John Caldon achieved much between a childhood in Yorkshire and becoming co-founder of Macquarie Bank.
- by Adam Geha
City Lights Books published Jack Kerouac, Allen Ginsberg, William S. Burroughs and many others. The most famous release was Ginsberg’s anthemic poem, Howl.
- by Hillel Italie and Janie Har
Having escaped from Hungary to Vienna, Lenart was sent a copy of The Sydney Morning Herald and he applied for an engineering position.
Harry Nicolson was responsible for kick-starting and overseeing much of the transformation of technical and further education in NSW.
- by Pat Sheil
The famous land-owner was a relative of Dame Nellie Melba and his property, Wave Hill, is now famous for the walk-off land strike by the Gurindji people in the 1970s.
- by Mark McGinness
According to Shelley Berger, who booked out Motown acts, “it was understood the Supremes’ audience was white”.