Molong Historical Society Inc. aims to
encourage the study of Australian history and the history of
Molong and adjoining districts in the Central West of New South
Wales, Australia. Continuing to collect and preserve historical
artifacts and records.
May 1965 was the first Annual General
Meeting. The foundation President was Mrs Murray-Wilcox. A room
behind the then Rural Bank was rented and opened as a museum in
June 1967, it was soon filled with exhibits. A more permanent
building was found at 20 Riddell Street, Molong and was opened
in November 1970. The Historical Collection has remained in this
Regular Society meetings are held on the second Saturday of every month. Applications for membership are welcome. Come and join our friendly group of volunteers and continue to preserve the heritage of Molong and District.
The Society's journal was discontinued after Volume Five. Each volume contains thirty issues covering many interesting articles on Local and Family History about Molong and it's Districts. When sufficient articles suitable for publication are available further issues may be published in the future.
20 Riddell Street (cnr
Riddell & Gidley), Molong, NSW 2866, Australia.
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