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The Spielvogel papers were originally talks given by Nathan Spielvogel on radio 3BA in the 1930s. Volume 1 was first published by the Ballarat Historical Society in the 1970s and volumes 1 (republished), 2 and 3 in the 1980s. In this 2004 publication, the three volumes have been indexed and include photographs from the BHS Collection.

Spielvogel Papers Volume 1

Title: The Spielvogel Papers, Volume 1
Author: Nathan Spielvogel
Indexed: Elizabeth Trudgeon, 2006
Number of Pages: 203
ISBN: 0-958902-3-6
Price:
$30.00 plus $10.00 postage & handling
Part 1: History of Nathan Spielvogel (the author)
Part 2: Early History of Ballarat from European settlement. Stories are told about the Eureka Affair, the discovery of gold, the floods of the Sixties and the beginnings of the Fire Brigade
Part 3: Business, Government and Lifestyle
The Mechanics' Institute, Dana Street School, church history, the Chinese community, amalgamation of East and West Councils, Buninyong, the Base Hospital, the Orphanage, Post Office, Prince Alfred's visit, statues and early transport
Part 4: Biographies: Martin Hosking, Charles Phillips JP, James Salisbury amd William Cross Yuille.
Index

 

Spielvogel Papers Volume 2

Title: The Spielvogel Papers, Volume 2
Author: Nathan Spielvogel
Indexed: Elizabeth Trudgeon, 2006
Number of Pages: 151
ISBN: 0-9599022-2-8
Price: $25.00 plus $7.00 postage & handling
Part 1: History of Nathan Spielvogel
Part 2: The Streets of Ballarat

 

 

Spielvogel Papers  Volume 3

Title: The Spielvogel Papers, Volume 3
Author: Nathan Spielvogel
Indexed: Elizabeth Trudgeon, 2006
Number of Pages: 112
ISBN: 0-959902-5-2
Price: $20.00 plus $7.00 postage & handling
This volume is in the form of questions and answers. The topics are varied and

cover a wide range of
subjects for those interested in the history of Ballarat and

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surrounding districts. From business affairs,
gold and
Eureka, water supplies, South Street Competitions, Lake Wendouree, the churches, roads
and many of Ballarat’s early citizens, this volume is immensely readable.

 

 

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