Royal Historical Society of Victoria
The Royal Historical Society of Victoria is a community organisation promoting the history of the state of Victoria, Australia. It functions to promote and research the history of that state after settlement, and as an umbrella organisation for more than 300 affiliated societies.
It is operated by volunteers, and has a claimed membership of 1200.
The Society was founded in 1909 and celebrated its Centenary in 2009. It is responsible for the biannual Victorian Historical Journal and other publications. Exhibitions, community or government advisory functions and lectures are also its primary activities. It has research facilities for members and the community.
- History News, ISSN 1326-2696 Six issues per year. This can be downloaded from the RHSV website.
- Victorian Historical Journal, ISSN 1030-7710 Two issues per year.
Fellows of the Royal Historical Society of Victoria include
- Marnie Bassett
- Weston Bate
- Geoffrey Blainey
- John Lack
- Noel Fulford Learmonth
- Andrew Lemon
- John Kinmont Moir
- Joyce Nicholson
- Gary Presland
- Marjorie Tipping
- A. G. L. Shaw
A Fellow of the RHSV is entitled to use the post nominal letters FRHSV
- Victorian Historical Journal: Centenary Issue, Volume 80, Number 2. Royal Historical Society of Victoria. Melbourne: November 2009. This issue contains several articles on the history and role of the RHSV.
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