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Over 120 issues, incuding 8,538 pages, from 1935-1949 have been digitised and are now online!
Interesting registers of NSW people published in the NSW Government Gazette.
Staff from public libraries across NSW joined us online to transcribe Indigenous language lists from the Library's collections.
Of the hundreds of record series that make up the Fairfax Media Business archive perhaps the most important series are the records of the General Managers of John Fairfax Ltd.
From 1920 to 1922 Hughes taught in France at the Ecole Normale Superieure before moving to London where he was lecturer in French Language and Literature at King’s College.
The State Library has acquired a beautiful first edition of Isaac Newton's important scientific work on optics.
Interviews with gay men and women, conducted by Garry Wotherspoon in 1980-1988, are now available to listen to through Amplify, the Library's oral history site.
Among the latest library acquisitions is the Kaldor Public Art Projects website
The State Library of New South Wales has recently acquired what must certainly be the most significant and comprehensive media company archive in Australia.
Who would have thought that a tiny book - no bigger than a 50 cent piece – could tell us so much about its owner?
Explore our amazing building, discover wonderful books, make craft and enjoy the magic of shared stories.
Join Dr Clint Bracknell for Talking Deadly on the Wirlomin Noongar Language and Stories Project.
Join us for the announcement of the $25,000 National Biography Award, Australia’s richest prize for biographical writing and memoir.
Join Dr Karen Lamb for the annual National Biography Award Lecture which celebrates life writing with a thought-provoking and often humorous address.
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