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Join or renew your membership online

You may join the PMI Victorian History Library online by completing the application form below.  Please make sure you have read the Membership Terms and Conditions.

Membership Fees

  • Individual: $15
  • Individual (5 year membership): $50
  • Life Membership (over 60s only): $100

You can pay via PayPal (below) or in person at the library by cash or cheque.  The Library does not have EFTPOS or Credit Card facilities at this stage.

If you haven’t already, please check out the benefits of joining the PMI Victorian History Library.

Step 1 : Application

New members please enter your details below.

NOTE: If you are renewing your membership and your contact details have not changed,
you may skip step 1 and go straight to step 2.

If you are making payment on behalf of someone or making payment from an account with a different account holder to yourself, please tell us the name the payment will be made in so we can match your application with your payment.

Name (required)

Name associated with payment

Email (required)

Residential Address

Mailing Address

Phone (Home)

Phone (Work)

Phone (Mobile)

How would you like to pay for your membership?

Via PayPal (Step 2 below)In person at the library (cash or cheque only)

How did you hear about PMI Victorian History Library?

By clicking 'submit' you confirm that you agree to our Membership Terms & Conditions. If you are making payment via PayPal, please proceed to Step 2 once you have submitted your information to make payment and complete your application.


Step 2 : PayPal Payment

You do not need to have a PayPal account to pay online.


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If you would like to use PayPal to make a donation to the PMI, please see our Support page.

 

Renewing your membership:

If you are a current PMI member, you may also use Paypal above to renew your subscription, or post your renewal payment to the address above.

Institutional membership is available for historical societies, organisations, schools and businesses (note that borrowing rights are extended to individual subscription holders only).