Menus, Maps and Manuscripts: story telling via content creation

The wedding party of Ben Owen and Jessie Cumming is photographed on the steps of the caretaker's cottage, Toorourrong Reservoir. 1893 City of Whitttleesea (Preserving the Past Collection - Yarra Plenty Regional Library

The wedding party of Ben Owen and Jessie Cumming is photographed on the steps of the caretaker’s cottage, Toorourrong Reservoir. 1893 (City of Whitttleesea Preserving the Past Collection – Yarra Plenty Regional Library)

I was delighted to be invited to speak at the upcoming annual Association of Eastern Historical Societies Conference on Saturday 27 June 2015 at the Karralyka Centre Ringwood. My presentation: Menus, Maps and Manuscripts: story telling via content creation discusses the following websites:

Life and Loves of a Victorian Clerk

Cookbook of Unknown Ladies

Cholera and Thames

West End at War

What’s on the menu?

Lincoln Collection

Picture Norfolk

Historypin

Flickr State Library of Victoria

Guildhall Library Great Plague 1665

Alistair Knox

John F Kennedy Presidential Library – Hemingway’s scrapbooks

Australia’s community heritage

Wikinorthia

Community Heritage

Anzac Live

Lives of the First World War

Trove

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About infolass

Local and Family History Librarian, Yarra Plenty Regional Library, Melbourne, Australia
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3 Responses to Menus, Maps and Manuscripts: story telling via content creation

  1. Kathy Smalley says:

    Looking forward to your presentation this coming Saturday.

  2. Jenny Coates says:

    Wow! That’s a lot to cover Liz. The lucky attendees are in for a treat.

  3. melanie says:

    HI I am interested in the Jessie Cummings and Ben Owen photograth, wondering where you got the info on the photograph?
    Thanks
    Melanie

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