Projects

Queensland History

by Neville Buch | January 18, 2015 |

Queensland History There are a number of projects that I have been involved which explores an area of Queensland history. Currently, I am a Q ANZAC 100 Fellow at State Library, and Project Manager of the Philosophy & History in Queensland Website. I am also contracted for a project in Queensland Catholic history. As I am […]

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Local History Projects

by Neville Buch | January 18, 2015 |

There are two projects in an embryonic stage. One project around Coopers Plains, and other project around Sunnybank Hills. These are outer southern suburbs of Brisbane, Australia.   My wife spent some of her childhood in Sunnybank Hills on a farm facing Pinelands Road. In the last year our family has made a home in the suburb, […]

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Institutional History Projects

by Neville Buch | January 18, 2015 |

Institutional History ProjectsSince the end of 2011 I have been heading up a working group to produce a history publication for the Junction Park State School, which  celebrated its 125th anniversary in 2013. I have researched and written the history of Junction Park, as a place at the heart of the surrounding community, and as one of the oldest […]

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Genealogical Projects

by Neville Buch | January 18, 2015 |

Genealogical Projects A large project which is being developed is the construction of a genealogy from the intersection of the Buch, Reid, Lohmann, and Stocker families. This work is not being carried out at this website, but with the My Heritage software, and published at the My Heritage.Com Site. The ownership is called the ‘Lohmann‘ […]

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Oral History Projects

by Neville Buch | January 18, 2015 |

Oral History Projects I prefer not to conduct oral history projects. There are two project which have been completed :   The Betty Lohmann Interviews The Dorothy Buch Interviews I have completed four oral history interview sessions with Betty Lohmann, the two main interview sessions are of 50 minutes each. The temporary difficulty I am having […]

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