Written by Louth Park locals Paul Doherty and Mick Fairleigh, this book explores the development and many stories of the Maitland Police Citizens Boys Club since it opened its doors in 1952 to until today. Each book is signed personally by Mick and Paul.
Written by Louth Park locals Mick Fairleigh and Paul Doherty, this book explores the history and culture of the Louth Park Rugby League Football Club. Each book is signed personally by Mick and Paul.
Written by lifetime locals Mick Fairleigh and Paul Doherty, this book features 20 short stories about growing up around Maitland in the 1960s and 1970s.
‘St Mary’s Living Stones’ is a Commemoration of the Consecration of St Mary’s Church in Maitland. Originally built in 1878, St Mary’s of Maitland is over 140 years old. The book written by Marilyn Foster celebrates 125 years of continuous worship on the site between the years of 1878 and 2003. It also explores the details […]
Written by Louth Park locals Paul Doherty and Mick Fairleigh, this book explores the connection of three rugby clubs including South End, Maitland and the South Sydney “Rabbitohs.” Each book is signed personally by Mick and Paul.
Provided by the Maitland & District Historical Society, each photograph celebrates Maitland’s rich past’s history, heritage and culture. All photocards contain images from a moment of historical significance in Maitland.
This book draws upon local writer, Ken Stone’s interest in colonial history and knowledge of Georgian and Victorian society. Follow this story about living characters, as you follow Sir Edward Parry on his heroic search for a northwest passage; then to Australia’s recently mapped hinterland where he consolidates an Australian Agricultural Company settlement, which comes […]