“Historical Records of the Central Coast of New South Wales: Agnes Fagan’s Diary 1885” by the Gosford District Local History Study Group. Published 1991 by Gosford District Local History Study Group, Narara. Agnes Fagan is described as a well-educated, intelligent and mature woman who upon a three-week stay in Gosford in 1885 recorded her impressions and recollections. She later visited the area again a year later and once again wrote down her recollections.
“Official Opening of Pioneer Park: A joint project of Gosford Shire Council and the Apex and Rotary Clubs of Gosford” 26th February 1977. This is a copy of the original program from the Pioneer Park opening ceremony. It includes a president’s message from Cr. M.H. Brooks, a brief history of the park area and the Gosford Apex and Rotary Club, maps, and a list of persons interred in the Point Frederick cemetery.
Rev Alfred Glennie Journals 1860 on: Historical records of the Central Coast of New South Wales
“Historical Records of the Central Coast of New South Wales: Rev Alfred Glennie Journals 1860 on.” by the Gosford District Local History Study Group. Published 1988 by Gosford District Local History Study Group, Narara. Alfred Glennie was the Rector of Gosford in the years 1850-1865 and this book is a collection of his transcribed diaries, which helps to shed light on what the area was like and who was residing in Gosford at this particular point in history.
The Glorious Gosford District (1920)
Tourist Guide - The Glorious Gosford District. In the front rank of the world's best tourist resorts. Published by R. Clifton, Gosford's self-appointed "tourism officer". Original in the Collection of Gosford City Library.
Settling on the Central Coast: A book of advise to visitors and purchasers of land, houses, farms and businesses on the Central Coast of New South Wales (circa. Original booklet in the Collection of Gosford City Library.
Beautiful Gosford District 1954: Summer tourist guide