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Taking its Place: a History of Oakleigh

A comprehensive book on Oakleigh's social, sporting, cultural and civic life. By local author and historian Helen Gobbi.$35.00

taking its place book

fallen leaves: commemorating Oakleigh district men who served and died during World War 1

By Andrew J Kilsby, Peter Beckett, and Helen Gobbi. $25.00

Is your soldier there? View the list of names from the book.

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Oakleigh's Golden Days: A pictorial history

Oakleigh's Golden Days contains around 100 images of Oakleigh's early people, places and events.$15.00.

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Windows into History catalogue

windows of the federation centre

Windows into History was a project to apply digital print film of local historical images to the window glazing at the Monash Federation Centre. The Windows into History catalogue reproduces each panel and gives its description. Catalogue. $5.00

Postcards from the Windows into History Catalogue.

1.Oakleigh Hotel Corner of Broadway and Atkinson Street. Est from 1854.
2.Mulgrave Shire Hall Atkinson Street
3.Oakleigh Post & Telegraph Office, Dandenong Road erected 1886
4. Oakleigh Court House, Dandenong Road operated 1934 to 1994
5.Tobacconist and Hair salon, Corner Eaton and Atherton Streets, 19th century
6.City of Oakleigh Proclamation Ceremony, 1927
7.Section of Dandenong Road known as Broadway, early 20th century
8.Metropolitan Fire Brigade, Oakleigh 1920s
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Postcards $2.00 each or the complete set of 8 for $10.00.
Available at Monash Federation Centre, 3 Atherton Road, Oakleigh
How to order

How To Order

Copies of publications are available from the Monash Federation Centre, 3 Atherton Road, Oakleigh during opening hours Tuesdays & Thursdays 10 am to 5 pm. Or by arrangement. Closed Public Holidays. Prices as listed above.

For posted orders, please contact History Monash Inc. for a quotation info@historymonash.org.au or phone (03) 9563 2823

History Monash Inc.
PO Box 82
Oakleigh 3166

Oakleigh Station: 300 metres 
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