Prince Edward spent a day in Kalgoorlie and Boulder in 1920. This is a brief account of his successful tour and earlier train-crash.
In the early days of Western Australia, there were a lot of colourful characters, but none were more colourful than William Carr-Boyd.
Historian and author, Norma King, fondly reminisces about her life in Wiluna, Western Australia during the 1940s. First published in 1980
This is the story of Domeyers unsuccessful expedition in the summer of 1930 to find the infamous Lasseter’s Reef of Gold.
The following article was written by Norma King based on interviews she had with Eva Bensley. This is the first time it has been publishe…
Interview with Bill Allen, about his life in Wiluna and Kalgoorlie from the 1920’s.
Norma King wrote the following article based on an interview she had with Jim Kelly in the 1970s. I was eleven and a half pounds when I w…
The following is an unpublished interview between N King, P Finch and W Folvig. Recorded 1978. Their family developed Yeelirrie station, WA
Phyllis McMillan, who was born in 1902, was President Hoover’s God-daughter. She is reminiscing with historian Norma King about her life.
By Norma King, first published June 1980 When an elderly man or woman loses a life partner it can be a traumatic experience and leave a g…