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Records of the Canberra & District Historical Society, 1953 Dec.-1973 Nov. [manuscript]
Bib ID 1917330
Format ManuscriptManuscript
Author
Canberra & District Historical Society
 
Access Conditions Restricted. Not for loan. 
Description 1953-1973 
10 cm. 
Summary

Comprising the minutes of the Society (handwritten to June 1968, and thereafter typed) and a copy of the draft constitution presented to a Special General Meeting, 29/9/1970.

Biography/History

The Society was formed on 10 Dec. 1953 at a public meeting at the Canberra University College (later the Australian National Univeristy) chaired by Professor H. Burton. The first president was Mr. L.F. Fitzhardinge. Other prominent academics and public figures associated with the Society have been Professor Manning Clark, Professor O.H.K. Spate, A.T Shakespeare and Dr. J.H.L. Cumpston.

Notes

Manuscript reference no. : NLA MS 4962

Subjects Canberra & District Historical Society - Archives.  |  History - Societies, etc. - Australian Capital Territory - Archives.
Time Coverage 1953-1973 

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