Acknowledgements

 

Barbed wire and sandbags
Getting around
Keeping in touch
A House in the suburbs
Keeping healthy
School days
Working hard
Having fun
"Make do and mend"
"Populate or perish"
War and Peace Home

Online activities


Lesley Wallace

Manager, JCPML and Library Archives
BSc Dip Ed (University of New England), Grad Dip Library and Information Studies (Curtin University of Technology)

Contact Details
Phone: +618 9266 7549
Fax: +618 9266 4185
E-mail: L.Wallace@curtin.edu.au

Lesley Wallace


As the Manager of the JCPML, Lesley oversees collection development, researcher services and the JCPML Public Programs.


David Wylie

Archives Technician
AssDip Library Media

Contact Details
Phone: +618 9266 4187
Fax: +618 9266 4185
E-mail: D.Wylie@curtin.edu.au

David Wylie

As the Archives Technician with the John Curtin Prime Ministerial Library, David works closely with the Manager to assist with collection maintenance, facility management and reference and access services. He was appointed to this position in June 1997.

Prior to joining the JCPML, David worked in the Public Records Office of Western Australia as Archives Officer: Public Records Access and Team Co-Ordinator: Repository Services Team.

He was also seconded as Information Officer to the Commission on Government.

In particular, David's professional focus is in the areas of storage, preservation and disaster recovery.


Rosslyn Marshall

Education Officer
BA(DipEd)

Contact Details
Phone: +618 9266 4391
Fax: +618 9266 4185
E-mail: R.Marshall@curtin.edu.au

Ros Marshall

Rosslyn was appointed Education Officer at the JCPML in February 1999. She is responsible for the design and delivery of the Schools' Program and the conduct of Seniors' Tours, all of which form part of the JCPML Outreach Program.

Rosslyn has worked in the Western Australian Government school system since 1975. Her expertise is in the areas of History and Political and Legal Studies with a special interest in the provision of programs for talented and gifted students.


Sue Grey-Smith

Web Designer
B.A. (University of WA),
Certificate of Typographic Design (London College of Printing),
Grad. Dip. Librarianship (University of Melbourne)

Sue Grey-Smith

After completing a degree in history and English at the University of Western Australia in 1968, Sue studied graphic design at the London School of Printing. On returning to Western Australia, she lectured in typographic design at Perth Technical College and became the first designer at the new Fremantle Arts Centre Press. A period of freelance work and involvement in a small screen printing business in Pemberton and Healesville in Victoria followed. Sue then worked as a designer for a public library service for three years while completing a graduate diploma in librarianship at the University of Melbourne. Sue then worked for several years as a reference librarian at Swinburne University and then as a Senior Librarian at Curtin University Library from 1997 to 2007. Sue is now a freelance designer with a special interest in website design.

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