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West Australian Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages: Online index to Western Australian birth, death and marriage records provided by the WA Department of the Attorney General. The birth index covers the period 1841-1932, the marriage index covers the period 1841-1936 and the death index covers the period 1841-1971.
Royal Australian Navy: A collection of historical publications from the Royal Australian Navy (RAN) dating back to the early twentieth century. Includes Navy Lists, Admiralty Fleet Orders, speeches made by the Chief of Navy and historical material relating to World War I and World War II.
Sydney Dead Persons Society: The Ryerson Index is an index to death notices appearing in current Australian newspapers and includes some funeral notices, probate notices and obituaries. The index covers mostly New South Wales newspapers, although some newspapers from other States are included.
SAI Global: The SAI Global Infostore allows for purchase of all Australian, ISO and IEC Standards, plus a range of publications from other national and international standards organisations. Superseded standards are also included. You can choose an instant PDF download, or order a hard copy for delivery by mail. Onsite users at the National Library of Australia may request paper copies of Australian standards for use onsite in our Main Reading Room via our catalogue using the record with the BIB ID 2743530. THE NATIONAL LIBRARY NO LONGER PROVIDES ACCESS TO THE ONLINE SERVICE SAI GLOBAL PUBLIC LIBRARY.
John Sands: A complete digital edition of the Sands Sydney, Suburban and Country Commercial Directory, made available by the City of Sydney. Available online for the years 1858-1933, it contains household and business information which is a fundamental source for research into Sydney history, especially family history.
Screen Australia: This resource provides access to comprehensive statistics on the production and release of Australian feature films, TV drama and documentaries. It also provides information on audiovisual markets, co-production partners and comparison indicators of feature film production for Australia and over 50 other countries.
State Records NSW: Provides colour digitised images of early convict indents held at the State Records NSW. These indents list the convicts transported to New South Wales - early indents provide name, date and place of trial and sentence while the later indents usually include physical description, native place, age and crime.
IP Australia: A database indexing published intellectual property literature, created by IP Australia's Office of the Chief Economist. SNIPER provides an ongoing knowledge base that supports policy, research and awareness of intellectual property matters. SNIPER consists mainly of journal articles gathered from IP Australia Library's collections as well as material of interest within the intellectual property subject area. This may include (but is not limited to): print and electronic journal articles, reports, working and research papers, electronic documents, book chapters, conference papers, audio-visual recordings.
State Library of South Australia: Between 1916 and 1919, the South Australian Red Cross Information Bureau performed the service of undertaking research into 8,033 enquiries from family and friends of missing Australian Imperial Force personnel fighting in World War 1. This website contains the documentation produced and received in the process of making these enquiries. Searches can by conducted by the name of the missing person, enquirer, eyewitness or location. Names of soldiers may also appear in the Australian War Memorial's resource, First World War Red Cross Wounded and Missing, which can be found on their website at https://www.awm.gov.au/
The Library, Asia-Pacific Cluster, Australian National University, in cooperation with the Library, Royal Institute of Linguistics and Anthropology (KITLV), The Netherlands.: The Southeast Asian Serials Index (SASI) provides access to information on Southeast Asia through the indexing of major academic and current affairs journals published in a range of countries including Indonesia, Malaysia, Japan, Australia, and The Netherlands.