• Police Special bundles that are over 70 years are Open to Public Access (OPA) and can be viewed in the reading room. 
  • Police Speical bundles that are less than 70 years are Closed to Public Access (CPA) and you are advised to contact the Police Archivist for...

These special bundles are for the series of letters received.

These special bundles are for the series of letters received.

Special Bundles contain correspondence and papers on particular matters or subjects which because of their significance or the quantity of correspondence generated were usually extracted from an agency's main correspondence series and treated separately.

Creating Special Bundles was a way for an agency to highlight records of temporary or long-term interest so that the papers were readily to hand. The general title given to them by the agency often provides little indication of the diversity of the material they may contain.

Special Bundles contain correspondence and papers on particular matters or subjects which because of their significance or the quantity of correspondence generated were usually extracted from an agency's main correspondence series and treated separately. 

The Special bundles deal with a wide range of matters including: drafting and amending of legislation; special inquiries, Royal Commissions or investigations related to the administration of justice; staffing arrangements, statements of duties, and appointment of officers; administration and...

These files relate to such matters as the establishment of the Department and the appointment of the first Secretary; the establishment and administration of agricultural colleges, experiment farms and agricultural research stations; agricultural legislation; land settlement for ex-servicemen;...

This list is arranged by the last date on a particular file, eg a bundle with papers dating betweeen 1802 and 1825 will appear near other files concluding with papers dating 1825.

This Colonial Secretary's Special Bundle includes a variety of letters, papers and returns dating from 1794 to 1813. For example, it includes victualling and 'slop' clothing books, lists of persons on and off the stores and an annual return of settlers and convicts.

Special Bundles contain correspondence and papers on particular matters or subjects which because of their significance or the quantity of correspondence generated were usually extracted from an agency's main correspondence series and treated separately. These bundles cover 1826-1832.

Creating Special Bundles was a way for an agency to highlight records of temporary or long-term interest so that the papers were readily to hand. The general title given to them by the agency often provides little indication of the diversity of the material they may contain. These bundles cover...

Special Bundles contain correspondence and papers on particular matters or subjects which because of their significance or the quantity of correspondence generated were usually extracted from an agency's main correspondence series and treated separately. These bundles cover 1846-1856.

Creating Special Bundles was a way for an agency to highlight records of temporary or long-term interest so that the papers were readily to hand. The general title given to them by the agency often provides little indication of the diversity of the material they may contain. These bundles cover...

Special Bundles contain correspondence and papers on particular matters or subjects which because of their significance or the quantity of correspondence generated were usually extracted from an agency's main correspondence series and treated separately. These bundles cover 1874-1900.

Creating Special Bundles was a way for an agency to highlight records of temporary or long-term interest so that the papers were readily to hand. The general title given to them by the agency often provides little indication of the diversity of the material they may contain. These bundles cover...

These Special Bundles relate to the functions of the Marine Board (1872-1900), its successors the Navigation Department (1900-1936) and the Sydney Harbour Trust Commissioners (1901-1936), and their successor the Maritime Services Board (1936-1995).

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