Episode 3: Six Million Rivets — now available
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Catch up with our Reader in Residence, Caroline Baum in her latest blog.
FAR Out! original collection materials visiting country schools
Researching family history is an immensely rewarding endeavour. At a certain point however, many researchers arrive at an important question: What next?
An interactive 3D and VR experience of the Mitchell Library, merging point cloud data with the Library’s collection.
The Library recently acquired a collection of 60 digital photographs documenting the growing trend of community-run gardens across Sydney.
The Library has acquired the architectural plan for one of Sydney's first Italian style coffee bars.
These recently digitised photographs by Roger Marchant from the 1970s and 80s are a time capsule of the early alternative lifestyle movement in Australia.
A spotlight on Australia’s early sovereigns.
New oral history collection about the historic Mungo Man repatriation process.
The Library has recently acquired a celestial pocket globe from c1791 by London globemakers John and William Cary.
The Library actively collects material relating to the publishing industry, including the history of printing, paper making, book binding, intaglio, lithography and other production techniques.
One hundred years after troops landed at Gallipoli, the Library commissioned five professional photographers to document what the people of New South Wales did on 25 April 2015.
Follwing the success of her debut novel Mullumbimby, award-winning Indigenous writer Melissa Lucashenko pulls no punches in A Bit of Lip, a fearless, gritty but darkly comic story of family, property and identity.
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