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CollectionsYour library (542), Hunter Area (193), Other Areas (239), B.W.H.S. (318), Cockle Creek News (165), Lake Mac City Council Matters (13), LMDHS Newsletter (100), Museum Guidelines (35), Museums, Heritage, etc. (275), Newsletters etc (190), N.H.D.H.S (60), R.A.H.S. (319), Electronic (36), DVD Collection (14), All collections (2,487)

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TagsHistory (110), People (71), Education (67), Local History (64), Transport (50), Organisation (46), Military (42), Tourism (41), Heritage (40), LMCC (37) — see all tags

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About meLake Macquarie & District Historical Society
P.O. Box 239
TORONTO
NSW 2283

lmdhs@hotmail.com

The Lake Macquarie and District Historical Society Inc. was formed on the 13th November 1962 to research the early pioneers of the district. The Society’s principle aim is to research and preserve the local history of Lake Macquarie and it’s surrounds.

The Society has an extensive archive and historical photograph collection, which can be viewed during opening hours or at other times as requested. Some of these date back to the 19th Century. The photographs show the development of the area from then to now.

Heritage Centre
Old Toronto Railway Station
VICTORY PARADE, TORONTO

Situated below Hotel Toronto
On the waterfront

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LocationAustralia

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Member sinceDec 16, 2009

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