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General Organizations - Museums [GM]


BENNETT, Tony 069.6/BEN GM/AUST

The reluctant museum visitor; a study of non-goers to history museums and art galleries. Sydney, Australia Council, 1994. ISBN 1-86257-132-5.

1.Museums – Visitors – Study, 1994. 2.Art Galleries – Visitors – Study, 1994. #1995.36.1


COUNCIL OF AUSTRALIAN MUSEUM ASSOCIATIONS. GM/AUST

2nd National Conference, Bendigo, October, 1985.

Papers. Melbourne, CAMA, 1986. Special edition of Museums Australia. ISSN 0812-7883

1.Museums – Australia – Conferences. I. Museums Australia (Periodical). [Reference: CAMA] #1995.38 (186)


INTERNATIONAL COUNCIL OF MUSEUMS. GM/AUST

Australian National Committee.

Australian Museums Directory. Canberra, Govt. Pr., 1972.

1.Museums – Australia – Directories. #1973.36.1


PEARCE, Susan Mary, ed. 069.016/MUS/P GM/BIBL

Museum studies bibliography. 10th ed. Leicester, University of Leicester, 1991. ISBN 0-9515005-1-1.

1.Museums – Bibliographies. #1996.26.1


CORDATO, Anthony, et.al. GM/CLAS(a)-(b)

Where is Grandma’s teapot: record keeping for historical museums. Rev. ed. Sydney, University of Sydney Museum Studies, 1982. ISBN 0-86758-107-7. (2 copies)

1.Museums – Management – Guides. I. Hodge, John. II. Webber, Kimberley. #1995.28.1 a & b


SUMMERFIELD, Patricia 025.43/MAA/S GM/CLAS

Historical collections classification scheme for small museums. Perth, M.A.A., 1988.

1. Museums – Classification. 2. Libraries – Classification. I. Museums Association of Australia. #2003.253.1


COUNCIL OF AUSTRALIAN MUSEUM ASS. GM/CONS/C

Something for everyone: using museum resources; 1st National Conference of the Council of Australian Museum Associations, Adelaide, 15-18 October 1984. Adelaide, CAMA, 1985.

1.Museums – Collections – Conservation. [Reference: Conservation – Museums] 2.Artefacts – Preservation. I. Museum Australia. Special ed. #n.n. (1456)


PRICE, Helen 025.84/PRI/2 GM/CONS/P

Stopping the rot: a handbook of preventive conservation for local studies collections. 2nd ed. Sydney, ALIA, 1989. ISBN 0-86804-240-4.

1.Local history – Conservation – Handbooks. 2.Museums – Collections – Conservation. #1995.29.1


RUSSELL, R. 350/RUS GM/CONS/R

Significance: a guide to assessing the significance of cultural heritage, objects and collections, by R. Russell and K. Winkworth. Canberra, Heritage Collections Council, 2001.

1.Culture and Heritage. I. Winkworth, K., jt. author. #2001.215.1


TOWNLEY, Pat 069.53/TOWN GM/CONS/T

Caring for heritage objects: guidelines on establishing significance, object care and management. Sydney, Powerhouse Museum, 1994. ISBN 1-86317-045-6

1. Museums – Conservation. 2. Museums – Management. I. Powerhouse Museum. #1995.5.1


AUSTRALIAN NATIONAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE GM/EDUC

FOR UNESCO

The role of museums in education: Unesco seminar. Sydney, Australian Museum, 1966.

1.Museology.2.Museums – Role in Education. #2002.546 (1208)


ROYAL AUSTRALIAN HISTORICAL SOCIETY. GM/NORT

North Coast Zone.

Directory of Societies and Museums. Sydney, the Society, 1997.

1.Historical Societies – Northern N.S.W. - Directories. 2.Museums – Northern N.S.W. - Directories. #1997.114 (1298)


HOLLISTER, Virginia 069.09943/NSW/H GM/NSW

Future directions for regional and community museums in New South Wales. Sydney, Ministry for the Arts, 1994. ISBN 0-7310-3688-3.

1.Museums – N.S.W. – Planning. I. Museum Advisory Council. #1995.37 (165)


MANAGEMENT of small museums. 069/MUS/1 & 2 GM/NSW

Sydney, Ministry of Cultural Activities, 1974. 2v.

1.Museums – Management – Guides. #2002.548-9 (1209)


ROYAL AUSTRALIAN HISTORICAL SOCIETY GM/RAHS

Affiliated Societies. North Coast Zone.

Directory of societies and museums. Stokers Siding, Bashford, 1995.

1.Museums – Northern N.S.W. – Directories. 2.Historical Societies – Northern N.S.W. – Directories. I. Bashford, Peter J., comp. #1995.57 (168)


REGIONAL ARTS AUSTRALIA GM/REGI (v.1-5)

Creative volunteering – no limits [a course initiated by the R.A.A.]. Adelaide, the author, 2003. 5v.

v.1. Develop funds and resources [ISBN 0-9570007-6-4]; v.2. Work with collections [0-9750007-0-5]; v.3. Undertake marketing [0-9750007-1-3]; v.4. Plan and program events [0-9750007-5-6]; v.5. Carry out business planning [0-646-41953-6]

1. Museums – Planning. 2. Heritage Assessment. #2003.517-#2003.521 (2337)


BLAXELL, Jessica 069.5/RRHS/B GM/RRHS

Conservation Survey of the Richmond River Historical Society in Lismore, N.S.W. Sydney, Museums & Galleries Foundation of N.S.W., 2001.

1. Richmond River Historical Society – Collections – Conservation. 2. Museums – Australia – Policies. #2002.71 (1992)


TOWNS, Sharon 069.5/RRHS/T GM/RRHS

Richmond River Historical Society: preservation needs assessment research collection, by S. Towns and Debra Spoehr. Bemboka, N.S.W., Conservatrix, 2004.

1. Richmond River Historical Society – Collections – Conservation. I. Spoehr, Debra, jt. author. #2004.152 (1993)


WINKWORTH, Kylie GM/TWEE/W

Tweed River Regional Museum Strategic Plan: a plan for the sustainable development of the three Historical Societies at Tweed Heads, Murwillumbah, and Uki. Murwillumbah, Tweed Shire Council, 2004.

1. Tweed River Regional Museum. 2. Museums – Planning. 3. Museums – Tweed Shire. #2007.36.1 (2348)


AUSTRALIAN NATIONAL COMMITTEE FOR UNESCO GM/UNES

Training for the Museum professional: papers of the seminar, University of Melbourne, 20-22 August 1973. Canberra, AGPS, 1975.

1.Museology. 2.Museums – Training. #2002.552 (1210)

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General – Periodicals, Serials [GP]

The ILLUSTRATED Sydney news: 052.0994/ILL GP/GIBB/1887

New South Wales weather almanac for 1887. Sydney, Gibbs Shallard & Co, 1887.

1.Weather – N.S.W. 2.Almanacs – N.S.W. 3.Encyclopaedias – N.S.W. #1953.158b (6)


HOLLOWAY, Thomas 052/HOL GP/HOLL/1893

Holloway’s almanac and family friend, 1893. London, Thomas Holloway, 1893.

1.Almanacs. 2.Encyclopaedias. #1953.158 (5)


MOORE’S AUSTRALIAN ALMANAC, 1929:

929.3/MOO/1929 GP/MOOR/1929

[incomplete photocopy of local areas]. No publishing details.

1.Richmond River District – Directories. #2010.101.1


WEATHER almanac New South Wales, 1890.

052.0994/WEA GP/NSW/1890

Publishing details?

1.Weather – N.S.W. 2.Almanacs – N.S.W. 3.Encyclopaedias – N.S.W. #1955.787k (7)


WHITAKER, Joseph GP/WHIT/1940

Whitaker’s almanac, 1940: an almanac for the year of our Lord 1940. 72nd ed. London, Whitaker, 1941.

1.Almanacs. I. Title: An almanac… #2002.613 (1785)

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History [H]

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History (Australia) [HA]


COMMONWEALTH of Australia Jubilee, 1901-1951. HA/ANNI/1951

Canberra, A.G.P.S., 1951.

1.Australia – History – School texts. 2.Australian Constitution. 3.Celebrations. #n.n. (775)


FORSYTH, W.D., comp. HA/COOK/F

Captain Cook’s Australian landfalls: eyewitness accounts by members of the ships company of H.M.S. Endeavour, 1770.

Roebuck Society, 1974. (Roebuck Society Publication no.2, 1974)

1.Australia – Discovery and Exploration. 2.Cook, James, Capt. – Voyages of Exploration – Australia. 2.H.M.S. Endeavour – Voyages, 1770. #2001.93.3


MCWHINNEY, Matthew, 1884-1969, comp. HA/COOK/M

Captain James Cook: his voyage along the east coast of Australia [portions of the Log of Captain Cook taken from Dr. Hawkesworth’s account of Cooks’s discoveries, and from Sir Joseph Bank’s botanical works], compiled by M. McWhinney. Typewritten.

1.Cook, James, Captain – Log Book. 2.Banks, Joseph, Sir – Botanical Works. 3.Australia – Discovery and Exploration. I. Hawkesworth, Dr. #1955.175.1


CRAMP, K.R. 994/CRA HA/CRAM

A Story of the Australian people. Sydney, George B. Philip & Son, 1935.

1.Australia – History. #1965.4.4


EMERY, James HA/EMER

The Discovery of Australia, including the mandated Territory of New Guinea: a chronological summary of voyages of discovery up till the foundation of Australia, 1526-1788. Sydney, Hamlyn, c.1970. ISBN 0-600-07235-5

1. Australia – discovery & Exploration. 2. Australia – History. 3. New Guinea – Discovery & Exploration. #2005.50.1


FAVENC, Ernest HA/FAVE

The History of Australian exploration from 1788 to 1888. Sydney, Turner & Henderson, 1888.

1.Australia - Discovery and Exploration, 1788-1888. #1953.116.1


NEW SOUTH WALES. Colonial Secretary HA/FEDE

United Australia: public opinion in England as expressed in the leading journals of the United Kingdom. Sydney, the author, 1890.

1.Australia – History – Federation. 2.Federation – Australia. #1969.9.17


DEAKIN, Alfred HA/FEDE/D

The Federal story: the inner history of the Federal cause, edited by Herbert Brookes. Melbourne, Robertson & Mullens, 1944.

1.Australia – History. 2.Federation – Australia. I. Brookes, Herbert, ed. #1998.31.2


LANG, John Dunmore, Rev. Dr. X994.03/LAN HA/FEDE/L

The Coming event: or, freedom and independence for the seven united provinces of Australia. Sydney, John L. Sherriff, 1870.

Note: Held in Stack Area.

1.Federation – Australia – Proposals, 1870. 2.Australia – History. I. Title: Freedom and independence for the seven united provinces of Australia. #705 (1435)


NEW SOUTH WALES CENTENARY OF FEDERATION COMM. HA/FEDE/N(a)-(b)

2001: our centenary of Federation. Sydney, the Committee/Playwright Publishing, 2001. (2 copies)

1.Australia – History – Centenary of Federation. 2.Federation – Australia – Centenary. 3.Celebrations. #2002.64.1 #2002.165.3 (1866)


HARRIS, Alexander HA/HARR

Settlers and convicts: or, recollections of sixteen years labour in Australian backwoods, by an emigrant mechanic [i.e. Alexander Harris]. Melbourne, M.U.P., 1964. ISBN 0-522-83944-4.

First published 1847.

1.Australia – History. 2.Convicts in Australia. I. An Emigrant Mechanic, pseud. II. Title: Recollections of sixteen years labour in Australian backwoods. #1987.26.1


INGLETON, G.C., comp. HA/INGL

True patriots all: or, news from early Australia as told in a series of broadsides. Sydney, Angus & Robertson, 1952.

1.Australia – History, 1788-1900. I. News from early Australia as told in a series of broadsides. #2002.59.2


LANG, John Dunmore, Rev. Dr. X.994.02/LAN/1 HA/LANG

Narrative of proceedings in England, Scotland and Ireland, during the years 1847-1849 with a view to originate an extensive and continuous immigration of a superior character from the United Kingdom into this territory. Sydney, the author, 1850.

Note: Held in Stack Area.

1.Australian Colonization Company. 2.Immigration – Australia. #1014a (1433)


LANG, John Dunmore, Rev. Dr. X994.02/LAN/2 HA/LANG

Three lectures on the impolicy and injustice of religious establishments: or, the granting of money for the support of religion from the public treasury in the Australian colonies [originally delivered in the School of Arts, Sydney, in April 1842]. Sydney, the author, 1856.

Note: Held in Stack Area.

1.Religious Funding – Australia. 2.State Aid to Religious Institutions. #1014b (1434)


AUSTRALIAN HISTORICAL SOCIETY HA/PEEP/1

Peeps at the past: Series 1. early Australian history. Sydney, the Society, 1914.

1.Australia – History. I. Title: Early Australian history. #1953.396.1


AUSTRALIAN HISTORICAL SOCIETY HA/PEEP/2

Peeps at the past: Series 2.old times in Australia. Sydney, the Society, 1915.

1.Australia – History. I. Title: Old times in Australia. #1953.396.2


RICHARDSON, Alan HA/RICH

Australia in the making: an investigation of 19th century Australia, by Alan Richardson and Ted Trudgeon. Melbourne, Nelson, 1987.

1.Australia – History, 1788-1900. I. Trudgeon, Edward M., jt. author. #1987.29.1


ROBERTS, Stephen H. 994/ROB HA/ROBE

History of Australian land settlement, 1788-1920. Melbourne, Macmillan, 1968.

1.History – Australia. 2.Land Settlement – Australia, 1788-1920. #1997.86.1


SHAW, Alan George Lewers, 1916- HA/SHAW

Convicts and the colonies: a study of penal transportation from Great Britain and Ireland to Australia and other parts of the British Empire. Melbourne, M.U.P., 1977.

First published London, Faber, 1966.

1.Convicts – Australia – History. 2.Australia – History. 3.Penal Colonies, British [Reference: British Penal Colonies]. #1995.54.1


CLARK, Manning, ed. 994.06/SOU/C HA/SOUR/C

Sources of Australian history. Melbourne, O.U.P., 1957.

1.Australia – History – Sources. #2001.165.4


SOUTER, G. HA/SOUT

Lion and kangaroo: Australia, 1901-1919, the rise of a nation. Sydney, Fontana/Collins, 1976.

1.Australia – History, 1901-1919. #2001.24.1


TRUDGEON, Edward M. HA/TRUD

For King and Country, 1914-1918, by E.M. Trudgeon and G.A. Johnston. Melbourne, Longman/Cheshire, 1980.

(New ways in history)

1.Australia – History, 1914-1918. 2.World War, 1914-1918 – Australian Contingent. I. Johnston, Gary A., jt. author. #1985.28.1


TRUDGEON, Edward M. HA/TRUD

Peace and prosperity, 1919-1929, by E.M. Trudgeon and G.A. Johnston. Melbourne, Longman/Cheshire, 1980.

(New ways in history)

1.Australia – History, 1919-1929. I. Johnston, Gary A., jt. author. #1985.29.1


UNIVERSITY OF NEW ENGLAND. Dept of History HA/UNE

The Push from the bush: a bulletin of social history devoted to the year of grace 1838. Armidale, the University, 1983. ISSN 0155-8633 [Periodical no.16, October 1983]

Contents:

- The Wiradjuri War 1838-1840, by Bill Gammage;

- Colonel Dumaresq, Captain Thunderbolt and Mary Ann Brigg, by Jillian Oppenheimer;

- Wellington Valley in 1838: a home divided against itself, by Jo Woolmington;

- A Missionary’s moral burden…women in Fremantle in the early 1840s, by Hilary Rumley;

- Enquiry into literacy in early 19th century N.S.W, by B.M. Penglase;

- Marriage and distance in the convict colonies, 1838, by Alan Atkinson;

- The Tale of an errant wife (document).

1.Australia – History, 1838. 2.Australia – Social Life and Customs. #n.n. (769)


WARD, Russel 994/WAR HA/WARD

Concise history of Australia. Rev. ed. Brisbane, University of Queensland Press, 1992. ISBN 0-7022-2386-7.

1.Australia – History. #1999.31.1


The PEACEFUL army: a memorial to the pioneer 994/WOM/P HA/WOME

Women of Australia, 1788-1938: [150th anniversary celebrations]. Sydney, Womens Executive Committee/Advisory Council of Australia, 1938.

1.Pioneers, Women – History, 1788-1938 [Reference: Women Pioneers]. 2.Australia – History, 1788-1938. 3.Celebrations – Australia. I. Womens Advisory Council of Australia. #1965.55.1


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