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OCLC: ArchiveGrid includes over three million records describing archival materials, bringing together information about historical documents, personal papers, family histories, and more. Over 1,000 different archival institutions are represented, providing access to primary source materials held in archives, libraries, museums and historical societies.
Royal Society Publishing: The Royal Society is the world's oldest scientific publisher and its archive is the most comprehensive in science. Its journal archive, comprising more than 69,000 articles and dating back to 1665 is available online and all articles more than 70 years old are permanently free to access. Titles covered include the following: Biographical Memoirs, Biology Letters, Interface, Interface Focus, Notes and Records, Open Biology, Proceedings, Proceedings A, Proceedings B, Philosophical Transactions, Philosophical Transactions A, Philosophical Transactions B.
RMIT Publishing: Covers the management and administration of archives and records in Australia and New Zealand. The subject coverage includes record keeping systems, electronic record keeping, disposal, collection management and access.
European Commission: The Archives Portal Europe provides access to information on archival material from different European countries as well as information on archival institutions throughout the continent.
Macbeth Genealogical Services: This index contains over 80,000 references to birth notices and marriages announcements and anniversaries extracted from the Argus. As well as the classified advertisements, articles have been checked. Many of the marriage entries refer to anniversaries of marriages as well as marriage announcements. There are several references to marriages and births interstate and overseas. The publication date of the newspaper in which notice appears is given. The Argus newspaper (1848-1957) is available on microfilm at mfm NX 124 in the Newspapers and Microforms Reading Room.
Society of Australian Genealogists: Lists 5523 names of persons who arrived in New South Wales between 1788 and 1825 on ships, whalers and trading vessels, and 2819 persons who departed, these include convicts being moved from one colony to another. Also includes crew members, military and passengers on convict transports although details of the convict transportees have not been included.
eScholarship Research Centre, University of Melbourne: Digital copies of maps relating to Australia found in John Arrowsmith's London Atlas, which through successive editions, had a life of 24 years, from 1834 until 1858. Also includes references to the appearance of these maps in publications other than the atlas and as part of Arrowsmith's map stock available for individual purchase.
An extensive collection of both imagery and scholarship, this gateway covers art history from the prehistoric to the 20th century. It also has links to research resources, art departments, museums and galleries.
H.W. Wilson: Art Index is a bibliographic database that indexes articles from art periodicals published throughout the world. In addition to articles, this database indexes reproductions of works of art that appear in indexed periodicals. Subjects covered include: Advertising Art; Antiques; Archaeology; Architecture and Architectural History; Art History; Computers in Art; Crafts; Decorative Arts; Fashion Design; Folk Art; Graphic Arts; Industrial Design; Interior Design; Landscape Architecture; Motion Pictures; Museology; Non-Western Art; Painting; Photography; Pottery; Sculpture; Television; Textiles; and Video. Also available from 1929-2002 in print at Sq 700.16 ART
RMIT Publishing: Arts and Entertainment Management Database (AEM), is a bibliographic database that indexes articles from published and unpublished material on arts and entertainment management from 1982 onwards. Source documents include journals, books, reports and surveys. Subject coverage includes the arts and entertainment environment, cultural planning, finance, funding, law, marketing, project/venue management, research, and technology related to the arts and entertainment industry.