As well as the news, this month has seen a variety of interesting new articles added to our web site.
Glebe Society President, Alan Hogan, has expressed the Society’s gratitude to Kelly Wallwork for her creation of Glebe’s new tram mural. It is not too late to contribute to the recording of reminiscences of tram use in Glebe. If you and/or someone you know have stories to tell about trams in Glebe, you can still contribute them by contacting Janice Challinor at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Heritage section features a new article about the spearheads on many of the cast iron fences around Glebe. There’s a collection of photos by Peter Crawshaw of various designs but if you spot a different one, send a photo to email@example.com.
William Jarrett is the subject of the latest “Who Lived in Your Street?” article. William Jarrett was the owner of Bellevue and several others in Glebe and elsewhere.
Ian Edwards has contributed a review of the new edition of the book Green Bans, Red Union: the Saving of a City, by Meredith Burgmann and Verity Burgmann. If you are interested in the history of environmental activism in Sydney, take a look.
In “Rearviews”, Robert Darroch explains how he came to be present at a “significant moment” in Australian history.