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Vol 44 no 2, May 2022
Saving Currajong
By Jillian Dwyer   |   May 2022   |   Vol 44 no 2

Many buildings in Australia have been recognised for their architectural or historical significance, or their association with important individuals. Some have been preserved, and some have not. Jillian Dwyer relates the story of Currajong in Melbourne’s east, the Italianate villa built by the prominent colon...

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Vol 41 no 2, May 2019
William Lamborn, gold rush jeweller in colonial Melbourne and his associations with Henry Leopold Wagner and Samuel Peck Woollett
By Jillian Dwyer   |   May 2019   |   Vol 41 no 2

Jillian Dwyer unravels the facts surrounding the place of William Lamborn in the triumvirate of Woollett, Wagner and Lamborn as Victorian gold rush jewellers, refines the dates of their operations, maps the emergence of Lamborn & Wagner as “one of the earliest firms of manufacturing jewellers in Australia,”...

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Vol 30 No 4, November 2008
Vol 27 No 4, November 2005
The Pledge of her affection
By Ruth Dwyer   |   November 2005   |   Vol 27 No 4

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Vol 25 No 1, February 2003
Did the pawnbroker get off?
By Ruth Dwyer   |   February 2003   |   Vol 25 No 1

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Vol 24 No 2, May 2002
Welcoming the Stranger
By Ruth Dwyer   |   May 2002   |   Vol 24 No 2

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Vol 23 No 4, November 2001
Brisbane's Mayorial Regalia
By Ruth Dwyer   |   November 2001   |   Vol 23 No 4

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