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Digitisation Decisions – State Records Needs You!
Here at State Records NSW we are looking at developing a digitisation strategy to cover the next 10 years and we'd love your feedback.
NSW Anzac Centenary - Records of NSW and WWI
We are pleased to announce the launch of a new website and exhibition showcasing stories from the archives to commemorate the Centenary of World War I.
New survey for public customers
We'd  love to know how you feel about using our services.
This month in history - September
Browse through the NSW state archives day by day and month by month. Highlights for September include: 1922 the poet and writer Henry Lawson died (2nd); 1955 the NSW Government launched a competition for an international design for an Opera House at Bennelong Point in Sydney (13th); 1797 coal was officially discovered in the Newcastle region by Lieutenant John Shortland (18th); 1882 the Garden Palace fire occurred (22nd); 1857 a mass funeral was held for those who died in the shipwreck of the Dunbar on 20 August (24th); 1882 the Royal Prince Alfred Hospital was officially opened (25th); 1855 the first railway line in NSW was opened (26th); 1973 the first public performance in the newly completed Sydney Opera House took place (28th); 1813 the 'holey dollar' and 'dump' coins became legal tender in NSW (30th).
Digital archives tools and advice now available
Digital archives tools and advice now available
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