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Discover some of the oldest and most unique lighthouses across NSW – from Eden to Wollongong, Norah Head to Cape Byron.
Looking closely at the spine could unlock the mystery of a rare book, or it could raise more questions.
William Morris (1834–1896) — British artist, designer, craftsman, writer and socialist — established the Kelmscott Press at Hammersmith, London, in January 1891.
A selection of visual diaries of Australian artist George Gittoes, covering the period between 2001 and 2014, have been recently digitised by the Library.
These beautifully illustrated logbooks record a detailed account of the circumnavigation of the world by the deep-sea cruising yacht Kathleen Gillett.
Join the State Library for a FREE help day for HSC students in the lead up to exams.
This talk is presented as part of 'A Foreign Country: Travels through the Past', a series of fortnightly lectures hosted by the State Library of NSW on Tuesday evenings at 5.30 pm between 31 August and 9 November 2021
Celebrate Bernadette Brennan's latest release, Leaping into Waterfalls, which explores the rich, tumultuous life of Gillian Mears, one of Australia’s most significant writers of the last 40 years.
Each month Bri is in conversation with a contemporary author followed by a Q&A session. Author Sarah Dingle joins the book club to talk about her novel Brave New Humans.
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