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RAHSRoseville Area High School (Roseville, Minnesota)
RAHSRoyal Australian Historical Society
RAHSRobbinsdale Armstrong High School (Plymouth, MN)
RAHSRaisbeck Aviation High School (Washington)
RAHSRochester Adams High School (Rochester Hills, MI)
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RAHSRamstein American High School (Ramstein, Germany)
RAHSRio Americano High School
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RAHS offices: Councillor 1962, 1964-66, 1968-71, 1973-77, 1985-87, Journal Editor 1964-1991, Vice-President 1978-81, President 1982-84.
Individual members of the affiliated body may procure copies of the Journal at the same price as is charged to members of the RAHS. Representatives of affiliated societies shall have the privilege of attending members' meetings and excursions of the RAHS.
Sir William McKell (1891-1985) was Premier of New South Wales 1941-1947 and Governor-General of Australia and Patron RAHS, 1947-1953.
Society of Australian Genealogists & RAHS, 1976-1977.
"We wanted to celebrate the fact that we live in a country in which free speech is protected and where it is lawful to call a pineapple by whatever name one chooses," the Daily Mail quoted a spokesman from RAHS, as saying.
Congratulations go to RAHS Executive Officer David Lewis and his wife Lorraine on the birth of their second child, Greta.
Ian Jack is President of the RAHS and has been a member of the Society for a quarter-century.
President of the RAHS, a member since 1981, former Head of the History Department and Dean of the Arts Faculty at the University of Sydney, Ian Jack has published and lectured extensively in Australian local and industrial history.
The night was a massive success, with around 40 new members being introduced to the RAHS's facilities.
The RAHS Library has a wonderful collection of cemetery registers and new publications are always welcomed.
With a growing range of research resources and specialist staff in museums, libraries, archives, local councils and government departments, the RAHS no longer had to be `omnicompetent', as it had been in the past, when it was the sole supporter of the historical cause.