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Issue Details: First known date: 1988... 1988 Looking Back (1988-1788) : The Bicentennial Book of the Rockhampton Writers' Club
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* Contents derived from the Rockhampton, Rockhampton - Yeppoon area, Maryborough - Rockhampton area, Queensland,:Rockhampton Writers' Club , 1988 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Salute to Our Heritagei"They came, convicts, officers, midshipmen,", Elsie MacDonald , single work poetry (p. iii)
History of the Rockhampton Writers' Club, Mercedes Birkbeck , single work essay
Birkbeck provides a brief history of the Rockhampton Writers' Club.
(p. x-xi)
The New Botanical Gardens, Violet Margaret Hoare (interviewer), single work essay
An interview with local Rockhampton identity Tom Wyatt about the Kershaw Gardens.
(p. 2) Section: Local Historical Records
The Garden Competition, Violet Margaret Hoare (interviewer), single work essay
Hoare interviews Maureen Hoffman about the annual Rockhampton Garden Competition.
(p. 2-3) Section: Local Historical Records
A Rockhampton Pioneeri"His name was Robert Pacey", Pat Little , single work poetry (p. 2-3) Section: Bicentennial Collections
Some Thoughts on Anzac Day, Jim Threadingham , single work essay (p. 2-3) Section: War Reminiscences
An Airman at Milne Bayi"Beneath the spreading palm trees", John Main , single work poetry (p. 3) Section: War Reminiscences
Corroboree Songi"Please heed us, pale strangers who came from the sea", Kevin Whouley , single work poetry (p. 3-4) Section: Bicentennial Collections
Milne Bay Sunseti"The sky was turned crimson, the clouds were thick and grey,", John Main , single work poetry (p. 3-4) Section: War Reminiscences
The Five Star Club, Violet Margaret Hoare (interviewer), single work essay
Hoare interviews Arthur Boswood about the Five Star Club's activities to raise money for Rockhampton orphans.
(p. 4) Section: Local Historical Records
A Forest, Less Onei"Today I saw a telephone pole,", Andrew Jackson , single work poetry (p. 4) Section: Bicentennial Collections
The Story of Harold William Bates, Violet Margaret Hoare , single work biography (p. 4-6) Section: Local Historical Records
Mrs Mac : Outback Storekeeperi"On the front veranda idly", Jeanette Bullen , single work poetry (p. 4-6) Section: Bicentennial Collections
New Year's Eve, John Wilson , single work short story
A violent New Year's Eve in Malaya leads to love between a young serviceman and his girlfriend.
(p. 4-8) Section: War Reminiscences
Memories of Pioneering, Violet Margaret Hoare (interviewer), single work essay
Hoare interviews local Rockhampton identity Rebecca Hanifin about her life on a Rockhampton dairy farm.
(p. 6-7) Section: Local Historical Records
Of Grandmothers and Daffodils, Stephanie Meder , single work short story
A young girl believes that her grandmother has been reborn as a daffodil.
(p. 6-7) Section: Bicentennial Collections
Nonagenarian Reminiscences, Violet Margaret Hoare (interviewer), single work essay
Hoare interviews four women in their nineties about their early memories of life in Rockhampton.
(p. 7-8) Section: Local Historical Records
Goulagaya, Violet Margaret Hoare , single work short story
A young Aboriginal woman cursed from birth is given the gift of a perfect child by her dingo companion.
(p. 7-8) Section: Bicentennial Collections
Army Leave 1967-1969, Nick Quigley , single work autobiography (p. 7-8) Section: Additions
Rockhampton and District Historical Society, Lorna L. McDonald , single work essay
McDonald recounts the history of the Rockhampton & District Historical Society.
(p. 8) Section: Local Historical Records

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