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History at Willoughby Historical Publications
Willoughby City Library has a range of fascinating local historical publications available for sale. These include the stunning 'Pictorial History' of Willoughby which celebrates the 150th anniversary of Willoughby City Council.
Discover the history behind the people, places and events that have shaped Willoughby; the civic, suburban and Indigenous history of the area.
Publications and postcards are available for purchase from your local Willoughby City Library branch. Don't miss out, purchase your copy today!
Pictorial History Willoughbyby Bob McKillop
Bo-ra-ne Ya-goo-na Par-ry-boo-go. Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow: An Aboriginal History of Willoughbyby Jessica Currie
Willoughby's Fifty Yearsby Claude Leplastrier
Willoughby: A centenary history, 1865-1965by Eric Russell
Willoughby Centenary: the first hundred years DVDThe DVD includes a short history of Willoughby Municipality and the 1965 Centenary festivities – arrival of steam train at Chatswood Station, Speeches, Parade and Banquet.
The Good Old Days. Reminiscences of early Chatswood and Willoughbyby Valmai Phillips (ed)
Why Conservation? Guidelines for Residential Development. A simple guide to the characteristics of architectural styles.by Willoughby Municipal Council
Willoughby Bicentennial History Series
Artarmon: past, present and future / Grace Warner
The development of Castle Cove and Middle Cove / Esther Leslie
The suburb of Castlecrag: a community history / Esther Leslie
The heritage of East Chatswood / Vince Egan
The Naremburn story / Eric Wilsch SOLD OUT
The suburb of Northbridge: a community history / Esther Leslie
The West Ward /Nancy Booker; Ida Bennett
Willoughby: the suburb and its people /Esther Leslie & Jean Michaelides SOLD OUT
Postcards of Willoughby
Don't lose the art of writing and send a postcard! You can purchase postcards featuring five historical images of the local area which feature in our Picture Willoughby database.
Postcards cost only $1 each or buy the set of five for only $4.
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