Pam Devine with fellow members of the Kew Catholic Youth Organisation hosting youngsters from St. Anthony's Orphanage at an outing to Seaford Port Phillip Bay. Pam in white dress.
Media coverage of Pam Devine with fellow members of the Kew Catholic Youth Organisation hosting youngsters from St. Anthony's Orphanage at an outing to Seaford Port Phillip Bay....
Toddler Pam Stone with friend.
Pam Stone infant and her aunt Lorna Sandiford.
The Devine family Pam, Terry, Irene, Gerald and Shirley. Backyard of the Devine family home Donald Street Prahran.
Pamela Mary Devine in her early years at 5 years thereabouts 1934.
Pamela Mary Devine
Pam Stone at the investiture of Shane Stone.
Pam Devine debutant at age 15 there abouts.
Pam Stone announces her candidature for Wodonga City Council. Pictured in the lounge room of the family home at 225 Lawrence Street Wodonga. Portrait of Mayor Les Stone looking on.
Taken 1985 thereabouts at the family home 225 Lawrence Street Wodonga during her term as Mayor 1985. Date unknown.
Pictured in the backyard of the Stone family home at 225 Lawrence Street Wodonga Pam Stone following her election as Mayor of the Rural City of Wodonga City Council.
Pam Stone at the family home 225 Lawrence Street Wodonga following her election as a Wodonga City Councillor for the West Riding.
Councillor Pam Stone JP making her Acceptance Speech as Mayor of the Rural City of Wodonga.
Correspondence from Shane Stone to Councillor John Mahony Chairman Place Names Committee Wodonga City Council in relation to the proposed Pam Stone Park.
Correspondence from Councillor John Mahony Chairman Place Names Committee Wodonga City Council to Pam Stone offering to establish the Pam Stone Park.
Certificate of Membership Royal Victorian Association of Honorary Justices Pam Stone.
Border Morning Mail 'City has come far'. Media report on the 21st Anniversary of the Declaration of the Rural City of Wodonga. First Mayoress (and later Mayor in her own right) ...
Media report on the retirement of Pam Stone from the Wodonga City Council. Border Morning Mail 'Council not the same without Pam Stone'.
Border Morning Mail. 'At the forefront of Local Government'. Media report on the history of Local Government Wodonga.