Queries about many things can be made through people on the below list. So please check to make sure you are contacting the right person.
If you are researching family history, please go straight to the Broken Hill Family History Group details at the bottom of the page.
If you still really don’t know quite who to contact from the below, try our general email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Museum queries go directly to the Society’s Museum Coordinators.
Coordinator, Bobby Shamroze, 0400 184 260, email@example.com
Silverton School Educational Museum
Coordinator, Marlene Bettes, 0448 882 550, dixiebettes1@bhhsociety
Silverton Gaol Museum
Coordinator, Ross Wecker, 0400 184 260, firstname.lastname@example.org
Synagogue of the Outback Museum
Coordinator, Margaret Price, 0439 680 944, email@example.com
Jan Mahyuddin is currently Publicity/Web Content/Research Officer.
If you are with the media — whether locally, within Australia, or internationally, please contact Jan via firstname.lastname@example.org.
General or administrative queries
These queries might include anything from — how to attend a Society meeting, especially in Covid time, or how to become a Society member, or a volunteer with the Society, to how to donate an historical item or leave a bequest to one of the Society’s museums. Or, indeed, any other administrative matter.
These kinds of queries go to Helen Daly, current Secretary.
Snail mail to Helen Daly, Secretary, PO Box 212, Broken Hill, NSW, 2088 and/or email email@example.com
If you are looking for information while researching general local or regional history, you can contact Jan Mahyuddin via firstname.lastname@example.org, or Senior Historian Margaret Price at the Synagogue of the Outback Museum via email@example.com
For history of the Afghans, the cameleers and the Mosque, you can contact Bobby Shamroze via firstname.lastname@example.org
For Silverton history you can contact Marlene Bettes via dixiebettes1@bhhsociety
If you are researching family history particularly, please see below details on the separate Broken Hill Family History Group.
Family history queries
Broken Hill Historical Society gets an enormous number of family history queries.
So, it is important to note that the Historical Society is NOT the Broken Hill Family History Group, a quite separate organisation focusing wholly on family history collections, archives, data and research.
While many of the senior historians in our society, the Historical Society, have long memories on local residents, and can be connected with down the track, if you are researching family history, first contact the Broken Hill Family History Group.
Explore this web page outlining the Broken Hill Family History Group and what it does. The website link also provides you detailed information on how to visit their main offices if you are in, or come to, Broken Hill.