Dark green paperback Victorian Historical Magazine with the title printed in black lettering with further details including the Contents, Publisher details, price ONE SHILLING and Printer noted. Stapled on the left side. It has a few photos of Samuel Thomas Gill's pencil drawings throughout as well as an article about him. He was renowned as an artist of the goldfields. p.144
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Indecipherable grey pencil word written at the top of the right hand page opposite the front cover. begins with a 'P'.
The Victorian Historical magazine was first published in 1911 This is issue Vol III March 1914, No.3. The Contents lists: Extracts from the diary of The Rev. William Waterfield, first congregational minister at Port Phillip, 1838 - 1843, Recent publications, Index to periodical literature, Samuel Thomas Gill, the artist of the goldfields and notes and queries - Murray pioneers - Lillydale - Jacka Jacka.