Bread and Cheese ClubThe Bread and Cheese Club was a Melbourne-based Australian art and literary society and publisher founded in June 1938 with the purpose of fostering 'Mateship, Art and Letters'.
It promoted Australian writers and published about 40 books, as well as a magazine. The person principally involved in founding and running the organisation was book collector J.K. Moir, the club's 'Knight Grand Cheese' from its foundation until 1952.
Following J.K. Moir's death in 1958 the club went into a decline and eventually closed in 1988.
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