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Where can I find information on the Australian Joint Copying Project (AJCP)?

The Australian Joint Copying Project was established in 1945 by an agreement between the National Library of Australia and the State Library of New South Wales to jointly microfilm material in the Public Record Office, London and elsewhere relating to Australia and the Pacific. The Library's catalogue record for the item provides further information on the project. There is some more background information available on the National Library website from the What We Collect pages.

Some useful books include The Australian Joint Copying Project and The Australian joint copying project for family historians

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The National Library can provide copies of certain materials and interlibrary loans for registered users. For more information go to our Copies Direct service.

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Last update: 2012-07-24 15:32
Author: General Reference Enquiry