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The first prisoners were transferred from the old Sydney Gaol in George St. We accept your challenge! Losing state archives has to share an Origin-related image from the winning State's collection! Queen Victoria signed the letters patent which enabled Queensland to become a self-governing colony with its own Governor, a nominated Legislative Council and elected Legislative Assembly. Been to vividsydney this year?
Last chance to see the travelling version of our exhibition Captured: Portraits of Crime in Wagga Wagga. One sub got trapped in anti-torpedo nets, one was sunk in Taylor Bay. Today we remember Ella Gormley on the 70th anniversary of her death, pioneer of swimming instruction for the women and girls of NSW. Today marks the 80th anniversary of the passing of Sarah Hynes, the first woman scientist to work in the NSW public service.
The sole woman in both roles, Hynes faced a barrage of criticism that questioned her abilities as a scientist. University of Sydney Archives. OnThisDay , 25 May , Gov. In doing so, he effectively abolished the political divide along the 42nd parallel that Gov.
Jones was a Welsh immigrant who moved to Australia in Great coverage of our 'Captured: Did you know 40 towns applied to become Australia's capital? The first public playground in the City of Sydney and later a kindergarten. Closing date 4 June. Edward Hargreaves discovered the gold at Summerhill Creek, near Bathurst. There's still time to catch the travelling version of our exhibition Captured: She had arrived in NSW on the Caroline in to serve a 7 year sentence for house robbery.
We also have a short Road Safety film in our collection that is introduced by Jim Bancks, creator of comic strip character Ginger Meggs. Our latest exhibition, 'Blaze: Working Women, Public Leaders' explores the stories of a selection of NSW women who were leaders and trailblazers in public sector work, alongside the perspectives of women … More working in key public sphere roles today.
You can download and listen to the interview here: We warmly invite you to attend a special National Volunteer Week event next Tuesday. Portraits of Crime, … More ', bringing to light some of the intriguing stories featured in this unique and compelling exhibition, then join us on a behind-the-scenes tour of the Archives. Tuesday 22nd May, 10am noon Where: We found an account in the 24 May Townsville Daily … More Bulletin of the inaugural flight of the special ambulance plane to Julia Creek.
The first Flying doctor, Dr. The article strikes a hopeful note: Royal Flying Doctor Service of Australia. Who was in the school band? NRS - School photograph collection. We also profile Alice Kang, Director of Marketing and Communications at Concord Hospital, whose year career has been deeply intertwined with nursing and the health of war veterans.
Canberra Girls Grammar School, We're thinking about Rosette Edmunds, professional planner, as we congratulate the winners of the National Awards for Planning Excellence http: Rosette Edmunds spent four years working … More for the NSW Cumberland County Council as their first professional woman planner, and played a key role in the post-war planning of Sydney.
Between about 80, convicts were transported to NSW. NSW State Archives holds important convict records incl. Following on from our previous post: One for the calendar: The travelling version of our exhibition Captured: Portraits of Crime is heading to Wagga Wagga next week.
It had been est. Content in the book was drawn from … More several sources including a significant amount from our own Collection. The book is an interesting, historical insight into some of Australia's most important railway transport links.
The Hawkesbury River Railway Bridge, on the outskirts of Sydney NSW, was the third largest bridge in the world when it was built in …The bridge was brought in sailing ships in tens of thousands of pieces from Glasgow and New York and assembled by American engineers and local workmen.
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