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Try visiting the website Our Nation's Album: The Library's First 100 years. You could also visit the NLA homepage for information on the Library. For history, try Who we are which will lead you to a link on the library's history.
The National Library of Australia News magazine devotes much of the August 2008 issue to the 40th anniversary of the National Library building.
For more detailed information about the history of the National Library of Australia, you could try the book Remarkable Occurrences: The National Library of Australia's first 100 years, 1901-2001 which may be available in your local library, or available on interlibrary loan.
The National Library can provide copies of certain materials and interlibrary loans for registered users. For more information go to our Copies Direct service. Trove can help you find and get items at libraries near you. See the FAQ What is Trove and how can I use it?
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