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Digital collections

 

Honi Soit Digital Archive

A digital archive of Honi Soit from 1929 to 1990, a weekly newspaper published by the Students' Representative Council at the University of Sydney since 1929.

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Archaeological fish-bone

Diagnostic anatomical elements images from fish taxa commonly found on archaeological sites in the Sydney region.

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Australian Cooperative Digitisation Project

A collection devoted to literary emergence in the 1840s.

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Australian Digital Collections

The University of Sydney Library's collection of Australian Literary and Historical Texts. This collection has been growing since 1997.

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Australian Federation Full Text Database

A collection devoted to national debates and auxiliary writings of the 1890s, introduced by Helen Irving.

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Australian Poetry Library

The Australian Poetry Library (APL) provides access to poetic texts as well as to critical and contextual material.

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Australian Poets. Brennan, Harford, Slessor

A collection devoted to three major 20th-century poets, introduced by John Trantor.

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Book of watercolours

Evelyn and Charles Nicholson
Accompanying Evelyn’s diary is this impressive book of watercolours, painted by Evelyn and her new husband Charles during their trip to Australia in 1897.

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Classic Texts in Australian and International Taxation Law

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Cosme Colony collection

Selected items from the Cosme Colony Collection, which comprises documents, personal papers, photographs and realia relating to the New Australia Colony and Cosme Colony.

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Decretals of Gregory IX

Italian manuscript. First half of 13th century (c. 1220-1250).

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Diary of a trip to Australia

Evelyn Nicholson (1867?-1927)
Evelyn was the daughter in law of Sir Charles Nicholson, 1st Baronet, one of the founders of Sydney University. This is the diary that she kept during her honeymoon voyage to Australia.

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eBot Plant Sciences Collection

This rich research collection of plant sciences images was contributed by staff and students of the University of Sydney.

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eFlora

An interactive, dichotomous key to all species of vascular plants in the Sydney Region.

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First Fleet and Early Settlement

A collection devoted to manuscripts and published journals of the First Fleet.

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For the sake of a song: Wangga Songmen and their Repertories

Wangga is one of the most prominent Indigenous genres of public dance-songs.

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Frontiers of Science

Amazing archives of the Frontiers of Science in a fun and interactive environment.

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Hours of Anne la Routye

Paris, France,1460s and c.1514-1515

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John Anderson Archive

A comprehensive resource on the life and works of John Anderson, Challis Professor of Philosophy, 1927 until 1958.

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Joseph Henry Maiden Botanical Texts

A collection devoted to pioneering botanical texts and images.

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Journals of Inland Exploration

A collection devoted to major encounters with the new geography.

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Liturgical Manuscripts

Spanning the 13th to 18th centuries, The Library’s collection of Spanish liturgical music manuscripts includes the Lamentations of Jeremiah, several graduals, antiphonals, kyriales, tropers and two rare processionals.

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New Australia

The journal of the New Australia Movement (1892-1894)
New Australia was a socialist colony founded in Paraguay in 1893 and 1894 by a group of Australians led by William Lane.

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New South Wales Archaeology Online

A digital archive of information about the archaeology and heritage of important cultural places in New South Wales.

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Sydney College of the Arts Archive

A unique collection of contemporary visual art that showcases the scholarly research of SCA staff, students and alumni.

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