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26
Nov
2018

Hear Professor Simon Ville's lecture Tales of the unexpected: why archival research remains important today. »

You can now listen to the 2018 Archives Lecture, Tales of the unexpected: why archival research remains important today by Professor Simon Ville at...
04
Sep
2018

2018 annual lecture by Professor Simon Ville »

The 2018 Archives annual lecture will be held in the McDonald Room in the Menzies Building at ANU on Tuesday 9 October from 5.30 to 7.00pm. See the...
06
Aug
2018

HB Selby records all described just in time for Science Week »

The final collection of Selbys records in the Noel Butlin Archives Centre has been listed on our database Selbys specialised in the manufacture,...
ANU Archives from above
08
Jun
2018

June 9 is International Archives Day. »

To celebrate we’re taking you behind the scenes at one of Canberra’s best kept secrets. The ANU Archives Acton Underhill repository houses more than...
17
May
2018

2018 Eric Fry Research Grant winner announced »

Congratulations to Jack Crawford from the University of Adelaide, who has been awarded the Eric Fry Research Grant for 2018. Jack is researching the...
08
May
2018

Brewers, barmaids and boozers »

Tooth & Co. Ltd began in 1835, and continued as a major New South Wales industry leader for more than 150 years. From its early beginnings at the...
Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia
21
Feb
2018

Vietnamese graphic collection digitised »

The Australian National University Archives has just completed digitising Professor David Marr’s unique collection of posters and other graphic...
15
Feb
2018

Oral history interviews with ACT union officials available online »

Interviews conducted by the Canberra Region Branch of the Australian Society for the Study of Labour History are now online. Ted Forbes, Peter O’Dea...
University site plan
15
Jan
2018

Documents on University site plan digitised by ANU Archives »

The ANU Archives has digitised an early National Capital Planning and Development Committee file about the University’s site in Acton. The file...
20
Nov
2017

Digitisation of an ANU invention »

Professor Mervyn Paterson started the design and construction of the first High Pressure, High Temperature (HPT) rock deformation apparatus in 1960...

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