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The Anzac Memorial
When the Memorial was nearing completion in 1934 the Trustees of the time agreed to produce a book as "... an official volume, giving a physical description of the edifice and an explanation of... its spiritual and artistic significance..."
Today's Anzac Memorial Trustees are proud to present another "official volume" to mark the completion of the Anzac Memorial Centenary Project and describe and explain the Memorial's enduring significance to the people of NSW.
The Anzac Memorial $45
Compiled with contributions from Caroline Mackaness - Honorary Secretary for the Trustees; Richard Johnson - Principal Architect, Johnson Pilton Walker (JPW); Fiona Hall - Artist; Richard Taylor - Content Manager, Anzac Memorial Centenary Project; Matteo Salval - JPW; Matthew Devine - Architect and Heritage Consultant; Rosemary Broomham - Historian
Publication Coordinator - Rosie Patrielli; Editor - Robert Nichols; Designer - Trudi Fletcher
(c) Trustees of the Anzac Memorial, 2018
Rayner Hoff: The life of a sculptor
The untold story of Rayner Hoff, one of the most gifted - and controversial - public sculptors to ever work in Australia.
After moving to Sydney from London in the 1920s to teach at the National Art School, Rayner Hoff became best known for the sculptures at the Anzac Memorial.
This fascinating biography profiles Hoff's life and work, and how he inspired the renaissance of sculpture in Australia, leaving a mark that is still keenly felt.
Rayner Hoff: The life of a sculptor $49.99
by Deborah Beck
published by NewSouth Publishing, 2017.
NSW and the Great War
An authoritative history that uses the rich visual and written records held by the Anzac Memorial, the State Library of NSW, NSW State Records, the NSW Department of Education and the University of Sydney to reveal the impact of war on the ordinary citizens of NSW, in theatres of combat and at home in our cities, towns and rural communities.
NSW AND THE GREAT WAR $24.95
by Naomi Parry and Brad Manera with Will Davies and Stephen Garton,
published by Longueville Media, 2016.
Commissioned by the NSW Centenary of Anzac Advisory Council and delivered by the Anzac History Committee under the guidance of Air Vice-Marshal Bob Treloar AO with financial support from Veolia and Networks NSW