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We are currently collecting posters, protest signs, flyers and mail-outs connected to the Aboriginal Lives Matter events in NSW.
A punchbowl made of silver is an unusual piece of tableware to commission for a three-year voyage in search of the elusive Great Southern Land.
As part of our vision to be 'A library where you don't need to fit in to belong', the State Library has published a new Accessibility Action Plan for 2020-23.
Here's what we're doing for the health and safety of our staff, readers and visitors.
The Library has recently acquired a unique oil painting by Australian artist Herbert Badham.
Three artists’ books — Signs & wonders by Stephen Dupont and Jacques Menasche, Farewell Angelina by Anna D’Addario and Duende by Peter Lyssiotis — were recently added to the Library’s collection.
We asked Kari James, Executive Officer of the Pacific Manuscripts Bureau, to answer some of your questions about the history, significance and future plans of this collection.
On 29 April 1970 protestors marched through Sydney's CBD before making their way to La Perouse.
The Library has recently acquired the extraordinary archive of Peter Slater, one of Australia’s best-known ornithologists.
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