In this seminar, guest speaker Wendy Gallagher (NSW State Archives) talks about the Captured: Portraits of Crime exhibition and how to research your own family history when a criminal is involved.
The State Archives and Records NSW has an extensive Archives Collection. In their collection is a volume which may shock present Sydneysiders as it records the presence of Bubonic Plague or the Black Death in Sydney of the early 20th century. It is a volume filled with disease and death.
State Archives and Records NSW recently opened a new exhibition, Electric Domestic: Modern Lives, Suburban Dreams.
New State Archives and Records NSW exhibition explores the stories of men, women and children who were incarcerated in NSW gaols from 1870 to 1930.
State Archives NSW are hosting a History Week Open Day. Learn about your family history, see behind the scenes and discover the treasures of the archives.