The University of Melbourne Archives collects, manages and provides access to the historical records of the University, Victorian business, trade unions and other labour organisations, community and cultural organisations, as well as the personal papers of many individuals prominent within them.
Records date from the first years of the colony of Victoria until the present day and cover a very wide field of endeavour. The Archives were established in 1960 and to date hold some 18 kilometres of records.
To order material please contact the reference service or see the services for researchers information. Reading room opening hours are also available there.
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: (03) 8344 6848 / 8344 0590
The reading room will be closed on Saturdays after November 29, 2014.
An exhibition featuring highlights from the Germaine Greer Archive will be on display in the ground floor of the Baillieu Library at the University's Parkville campus from Thursday 13 November to Wednesday 17 December.
The Red Cross Archives and Heritage Collection has been gifted to the University of Melbourne to mark the centenary celebrations of the Australian Red Cross. For more information about this wonderful collection, click here.
The latest issue of the UMA Bulletin is now available online (1MB).
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