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With the passage of time, many of the original members are deceased, and there are no more regular meetings of the Gibbs Bright Club in Melbourne or Adelaide.
History of Gibbs Bright
I have recently been able to add further historical material about Gibbs Bright to this web-site. Only the large, 250 page, Company history remains to be included. I will also add my own experiences of the Australian Building Materials Division in the 70s, as seen from Adelaide.
My apologies to Peter Hogg, who lent me his two books on the History of Gibbs Bright, and who is still waiting patiently for me to finish scanning them into the computer. Not long to go now!
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