Whilst we don't hold records of patients in private hospitals in the Archives Collection, there are records you can use to find out more about the hospitals themselves.
Stationery bindings—books intended to be written in—are often characterised by a tendency towards durability and function over beauty.
Government buildings have shaped where and how we live in NSW. This webinar will explore what the Government Architect's records can tell us about these buildings - how they were planned and designed and how they were built.
Until the early twentieth century a journey to NSW involved a sea voyage. Travellers boarding a ship often faced the perils of fire, disease and shipwreck, and the Australian coast is littered with the remnants of many ships that failed to safely reach their destination.