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RICHMOND & BURNLEY HISTORICAL SOCIETY
Lower Level, Richmond Library, Unit 3 - 415 Church Street Richmond 3121
Hours : Tuesday 2-4 pm & Sunday 2-4 pm Not open on Public Holiday weekends
Phone : 03 94271800 Reg No: A000719 6B ABN: 55 900 596 374
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Our History  
The Society was established in 1972.
The prime objective of the Society is to collect, preserve and promote information and material about the history of Richmond, Burnley and Cremorne.
Our holdings includes information, photographs, and publications about the people, buildings, homes, industries, schools, societies and groups who were all part of the development of Richmond.

Collection and Reference Materials:

Located on the lower level of the Richmond Library,
Our reference materials provide an amazing insight into Richmond's history.
Take time to explore our information which is organised into:

Subjects        People       Streets    
Industry    Council Reports     Maps    


Newspaper articles   Family Histories    Over 3000 photographs   


Books and  Newsletters       Postal Directories   Rate Records


The Richmond and Burnley Historical Society endeavours to provide accurate and up-to-date

information on its website and collections but takes no responsibility for the accuracy or completeness of that information.   




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