10 datasets found

Tags: historicaldata australianhistory

  • Australian Gas Light Company maps

    Gas mains laid in areas including City of Sydney to Walsh Bay, Darling Harbour to Pyrmont, Ultimo, Redfern, Woolloomooloo, Darlinghurst and Chippendale, 1870.
  • First Fleet maps

    Maps of early Sydney and the Pacific produced by members of the First Fleet.
  • Rare printed books

    Selections from rare printed books and broadsides in the State Library of New South Wales. Topics covered include flora, fauna and exploration.
  • Sydney bond store maps 1894

    26 maps of bond stores and warehouses around Port Jackson and Darling Harbour. The goods entering into harbours remained in the bond stores until importers paid the duty on...
  • Sydney maps 1917

    Produced by the NSW Dept. of Lands in 1917, maps of municipalities of Annandale, Ashfield, Balmain, Botany, Canterbury, Darlington, The Glebe, Hurstville, Kogarah, Lane Cove,...
  • NSW newspapers catalogue data

    New South Wales newspapers held in the collections of the State Library of New South Wales. Catalogue data includes titles, publication details, dates, geographical locations...
  • First Fleet Collection

    Around 3 000 images from the State Library of NSW-C/s First Fleet collection of diaries, correspondence and drawings, ca 1786-1802. Comprising nine of the eleven known First...
  • Maps of the Southern Hemisphere 16th-18th centuries

    selection of over 60 rare maps from the 16th to the 18th centuries which chart islands and continents of the Southern Hemisphere, originally exhibited in the State Library of...
  • Photographs of Sydney before 1885

    Over one thousand photographs of Sydney streets, public buildings, views in the Harbour, suburbs etc., chiefly pre 1885.
  • Results from other Australian data portals

  • From data.sa.gov.au World War One photographs by Frank Hurley

    This series of photographs, taken August 1917- August 1918, was exhibited at The Kodak Salon, George Street, Sydney, in early 1919. The listing below is from the catalogue:...
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