ShopPurchase one of our local history publications
The Society is very grateful to two authors who have donated copies of their books for resale by us. They are Robert Green, who wrote the history of the pioneering Box Hill to Doncaster tramway, and Life Member Marjorie Morgan, co-author of Prelude to Heidelberg the history of the Box Hill Artists Camp. The Society itself has published many of its photographs in a 3-volume series; each volume is 84 pages, with an introduction and comments by Eleanor Finlay and Marjorie Morgan.
The following local history publications are available for online purchase. The cost includes postage within Australia. They are also available for collection, minus postage charges, at our Heritage Centre which is is open on Tuesdays between 11.00 a.m. and 4.00 p.m.
The Society has published many of its photographs in a 3-volume series; each volume is 84 pages, with an introduction and comments by Eleanor Finlay and Marjorie Morgan.
The First Electric Road.
A history of the Box Hill and Doncaster Tramway
A limited number only of this book have been kindly donated by the author.
Prelude To Heidelberg
The Artists’ Camp at Box Hill.
The Days Before Yesterday
A picture book of early Box Hill
Those Were The Days
Box Hill in pictures 1930-1960
The Days Trilogy
Includes: The days before yesterday, Those were the days & The days we remember
A definitive history of the Box Hill region (Andrew Lemon; 1978) – 270 pages in hardback.
The Whitehorse landscape as seen by the first settlers (Gary Presland; 2011) a reconstruction of the natural history of the area at the time of European settlement.
Box Hill Sketchbook
Box Hill sketchbook (Julie Morant & O.S. Green; 1978) – Charming sketches and stories of some Box Hill landmarks and lesser-known places
A History of the City of Whitehorse (hardback edition).
A History of the City of Whitehorse (softback edition).