Friday 20 October 2017

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Les Shorrock: Prince of Photographers

Leslie James Shorrock, 15 April 1921-28 September 2011: Prince of photographers Roy Hay Les Shorrock was one of kind. I knew him through the game of football with which we were both involved but this was only a part of …

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Catherine Wells: An Extraordinary Ordinary Woman

Catherine Wells, with the assistance of Roy and Frances Hay, Catherine Wells: An Extraordinary Ordinary Woman The biography of Catherine Wells, born in 1914, who left school in Easter

Andrew Fisher: The Forgotten Man

Andrew Fisher was Prime Minister of Australia three times—1908–09, 1910–13 and 1914–15. His second government controlled both Houses of Parliament and it was, until the 1940s, Australia’s most

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The Origins of the Liberal Welfare Reforms, 1906-1914

J R Hay, The Origins of the Liberal Welfare Reforms, 1906-1914, Macmillan for the Economic History Society, London, 1975. Second Revised Edition, 1983, pp. 84. (Still

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Breaking the mould: Deakin University, the first twenty five years

Roy Hay, David Lowe and Don Gibb, with Bill Anderson, Breaking the mould: Deakin University, the first twenty five years, Deakin University, Geelong, 2002. Book and

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Poems and Adages Down the Ages

Catherine Wells, Poems and Adages Down the Ages, privately published, Dingwall, Scotland, 2005, 23 pages, available from Ross-shire Voluntary Action,Thorfin House, Bridgend Business Park, Dingwall, Ross-shire IV15 9SL Telephone:

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Work, Ethics, Values: Perceptions on Labouring Ideals in the Century Ahead

Shaun Cannon, ed., Work, Ethics, Values: Perceptions on Labouring Ideals in the Century Ahead, Melbourne Catholic Commission for Justice, Development and Peace, East Melbourne, 2006.ISBN 0 646 45942

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Football Fever: Moving the Goalposts

Matthew Nicholson, Bob Stewart and Rob Hess, eds, Football Fever: Moving the Goalposts, Maribyrnong Press, Melbourne, 2006. Contains Roy Hay, ‘Fan culture in Australian football

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The World Game Downunder

Bill Murray and Roy Hay (eds) The World Game Downunder, Australian Society for Sports History, ASSH Studies no. 19, Melbourne, 2006. Available from the Society at

James Dun Hay, 1881-1940: The Story of a Footballer

Roy Hay, James Dun Hay, 1881-1940: The Story of a Footballer This is the footballing life story of James ‘Dun’ Hay, 1881-1940, captain of Celtic, Scotland and Newcastle United,

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