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See Casino through an historian's eyes and win a book

Three readers can win this book.
Three readers can win this book. Susanna Freymark

THREE lucky readers could win this historical book of photographs of Casino between 1845-1920.

Complied by Robyn Nesbitt, the book was launched at the recent historical photographic exhibition organised by the Casino Historical Society.

Ms Nesbitt knows the stories behind the old buildings in Casino and finds them endlessly fascinating and they accompany the photographs in the book.

FULL OF STORIES: Robyn Nesbitt wrote and complied the book on Casino history from 1845-1920. Pictured here at the exhibition at the Casino Community and Cultural Centre.
FULL OF STORIES: Robyn Nesbitt wrote and complied the book on Casino history from 1845-1920. Pictured here at the exhibition at the Casino Community and Cultural Centre. Susanna Freymark

The book, Times Gone By is available at the Casino Folk Museum in Walker St, (opposite the police station) for $20.

We have three to give away.

Here's what you need to do to win one.

Answer this question via email or in a note under the door of the Express Examiner office at 100 Barker St.

How long has the Casino Folk Museum been running at its current site in Walker St?

If you're unsure, head to the museum and ask them.

We will put all winning entries in a 'hat' and ask a member of the museum to draw the three book winners. We will video the draw that you can view on the Express Facebook Page or the Casino Folk Museum Page

You have until Friday, September 29 for a chance to win this delightful history of casino between the years 1845-1920

Topics:  book giveaway casino folk museum casino history northern rivers history richmond valley


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