Swiss Club history book becomes part of Federal Archives

Our OSA representative Roland Isler informed members at the recent Swiss Club General Meeting that our very own history book 'The first 100 Years of the Swiss Club of Victoria' will be added to the OSA records in the Swiss Federal archives. This comes timely as the records of the Organisation¬†of the Swiss Abroad (OSA), … Continue reading Swiss Club history book becomes part of Federal Archives

A short history of the founding of the Swiss Club

The first Swiss Club was founded in May 1899 in Melbourne under the presidency of Mr M.L. Grasset. The committee consisted of the following members: President: Marc Louis Grasset (Geneva) Vice President: James Hebi Treasurer: Theodore Philip L Hardy (Neuchatel) Secretary: Charles Groener The first address of the Swiss Club was 138 Elizabeth Street in … Continue reading A short history of the founding of the Swiss Club