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To mark the progress of the seasons, as the days become shorter and the temperature cools, we take a look at some trees in the Library's collection.
The Sydney Harbour Bridge — fondly nicknamed ‘the coathanger’ — will celebrate the 90th anniversary of its opening on 19 March 2022.
What could a twentieth-century artist’s book by surrealist Salvador Dali have in common with an early nineteenth-century French volume documenting the plants in a famous garden?
An incredibly rare map from 1628 has been added to the Library’s rich cartographic collections.
They are laundresses from Leitrim, housemaids from Manchester, Wigan and London, and women who worked in skilled trades.
Delve into the State Library’s rich World War 1 collection to discover the lived experience of those who served at Gallipoli.
Join us as we welcome Michelle Cahill to talk about her book Daisy and Woolf.
Join us at the Library as Suzanne Leal and Mark Lamprell celebrate Mark’s latest release The Secret Wife.
Family history can reveal surprising and sometimes moving lost stories that enhance an individual’s understanding of who they are.
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