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Dr Lisa Murray explores the Library's Tooheys Limited collection, some 300 volumes of business records covering the period 1881–1979.
A recently acquired vintage photograph by an influential early-twentieth-century photographer shows one of the first depictions of bodysurfing.
A landmark 16th century book that transformed our understanding of the human body has just been acquired by the Library.
Decorated initials — artworks in themselves — have a long history.
The little-explored Therry papers, one of the Library’s largest nineteenth-century manuscript collections, are a window into the early penal colony of NSW.
Young readers are invited to join Maryam for a lively discussion about her second novel, No Words, the story of a 12-year-old refugee trying to establish a new life in Australia.
Curator Margot Riley takes a look back on the imagined world of Elizabeth Cook, wife of circumnavigator James Cook.
Scholar Rebecca Giblin and writer and activist Cory Doctorow discuss their new book Chokepoint Capitalism with Maddison Connaughton.
To celebrate the newly released stunning hardback edition of Bedtime Story, Chloe Hooper speaks with ABC 7.30’s Sarah Ferguson.
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