Royal Historical Society of Victoria. Promoting and preserving the history of Victoria.
The mission of the Society is to promote among our members, member societies, and the wider public, an interest in and understanding of Australian history, with a focus on the Victorian experience, to act as the peak body on behalf of local and specialist historical societies throughout Victoria, and as the historical society for the City of Melbourne.
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- COLLECTIONSThe RHSV collection is a treasure trove including manuscripts, books, pamphlets, ephemera, photographs, artworks and maps.
- EXHIBITIONSThe RHSV's exhibitions engage a wide range of issues regarding Victoria's history, showcasing material from our collection.
- VICTORIAN COMMUNITY HISTORY AWARDSApplications for the 2014 Victorian Community History are closed.
Coming Up at the RHSV
Friday 29 August:, The Victorian Aboriginal Heritage Council & RHSV present a Melbourne Day talk "Mapping Melbourne" 1pm to 2.30pm. Bookings email@example.com
Tuesday 16 September:, Official web launch of Judge Walpole Willis' Port Phillip Casebooks. 5.45pm for 6.15pm. Members: Free, Non-Members: $30. RSVP 12 September. Bookings firstname.lastname@example.org
- Friday 29 August:, The Victorian Aboriginal Heritage Council & RHSV present a Melbourne Day talk "Mapping Melbourne" 1pm to 2.30pm. Bookings email@example.com
Phone: 03 9326 9288 | The RHSV acknowledges the support of the Victorian Government through Arts Victoria.