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National Library of Australia
material relating to Australia and the Australian people." In 2012–13, the National Library collection comprised 6,496,772 items, and an additional 15

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National Library of AustraliaEstablished23 March 1961; 58 years ago (1961-03-23)Reference to legal mandateNational Library Act 1960LocationCanberra, ACTCoordinates35°17′47″S 149°07′46″E / 35.296379°S 149.129448°E / -35.296379; 149.129448Coordinates: 35°17′47″S 149°07′46″E / 35.296379°S 149.129448°E / -35.296379; 149.129448CollectionItems collectedBooks, magazines, pictures, photographs, maps, sheet music, manuscripts, websitesSize6.93 million itemsCriteria for collectionPublications made available to the Australian publicLegal depositDigital and hard-copy Australian published materialsOther informationBudgetA$57,800,000 (2015–16)DirectorMarie-Louise AyresStaff400 (2016)Websitewww.nla.gov.au Commonwealth Heritage ListOfficial nameNational Library of Australia and Surrounds, Parkes Pl, Parkes, ACT, AustraliaTypeListed placeCriteriaA., D., E., F., G., H.Designated22 June 2004Reference no.105470Designed byBunning and MaddenArchitectural styleLate Twentieth Century Stripped Classical References: [1][2][3][4][5] National Library of Australia as viewed from Lake Burley Griffin, Canberra The original National Library building on Kings Avenue, Canberra, was designed by Edward Henderson. Originally intended to be several wings, only one wing was completed and was demolished in 1968. Now the site of the Edmund Barton Building.

The National Library of Australia (NLA) is the largest reference library in Australia, responsible under the terms of the National Library Act for "maintaining and developing a national collection of library material, including a comprehensive collection of library material relating to Australia and the Australian people." In 2012–13, the National Library collection comprised 6,496,772 items, and an additional 15,506 metres (50,873 ft) of manuscript material.[3] It is located in Parkes, Canberra, ACT.[6]

Contents
  • 1 History
  • 2 Collections
    • 2.1 Australian & General Collection
    • 2.2 Asian Collections
    • 2.3 Pictures and manuscripts
  • 3 Reading rooms
  • 4 Services
    • 4.1 Trove
  • 5 Directors-General
  • 6 See also
  • 7 References
  • 8 External links
History

The National Library of Australia, while formally established by the passage of the National Library Act 1960 (Cth), had been functioning as a national library rather than strictly a Parliamentary Library, almost since its inception.

In 1901 a Commonwealth Parliamentary Library was established to serve the newly formed Federal Parliament of Australia. From its inception the Commonwealth Parliamentary Library was driven to development of a truly national collection. In 1907 the Joint Parliamentary Library Committee under the Chairmanship of the Speaker, Sir Frederick William Holder defined the objective of the Commonwealth Parliamentary Library in the following words:

The Library Committee is keeping before it the ideal of building up, for the time when Parliament shall be established in the Federal Capital, a great Public Library on the lines of the world-famed Library of Congress at Washington; such a library, indeed, as shall be worthy of the Australian Nation; the home of the literature, not of a State, or of a period, but of the world, and of all time.[7]

The present library building was opened on 15 August 1968 by Prime Minister John Gorton.[8][9] The building was designed by the architectural firm of Bunning and Madden in the Late Twentieth Century Stripped Classical style. The foyer is decorated in marble, with stained-glass windows by Leonard French and three tapestries by Mathieu Matégot.[10] The building was listed on the Australian Commonwealth Heritage List on 22 June 2004.[5]

Collections

In 2012–13 the Library collection comprised 6,496,772 items, with an estimated additional 2,325,900 items held in the manuscripts collection.[3] The Library's collections of Australiana have developed into the nation's single most important resource of materials recording the Australian cultural heritage. Australian writers, editors and illustrators are actively sought and well represented—whether published in Australia or overseas.

The Library's collection includes all formats of material, from books, journals, websites and manuscripts to pictures, photographs, maps, music, oral history recordings, manuscript papers and ephemera.[11]

Approximately 92.1% of the Library's collection has been catalogued[3] and is discoverable through the online catalogue.[12]

The Library has digitized over 174,000 items from its collection[13] (the 100,000th being "Feeding cotton seed to sheep, Bourke, New South Wales")[14] and, where possible, delivers these directly across the Internet. The Library is a world leader in digital preservation techniques,[15] and maintains an Internet-accessible archive of selected Australian websites called the Pandora Archive.

Australian & General Collection

The Library collects material produced by Australians, for Australians or about the Australian experience in all formats—not just printed works—books, serials, newspapers, maps, posters, music and printed ephemera—but also online publications and unpublished material such as manuscripts, pictures and oral histories. A core Australiana collection is that of John A. Ferguson.[16] The Library has particular collection strengths in the performing arts, including dance.

The Library's considerable collections of general overseas and rare book materials, as well as world-class Asian and Pacific collections which augment the Australiana collections. The print collections are further supported by extensive microform holdings.

The Library also maintains the National Reserve Braille Collection.

Asian Collections

The Library houses the largest and most actively developing research resource on Asia in Australia, and the largest Asian language collections in the Southern hemisphere, with over half a million volumes in the collection, as well as extensive online and electronic resources. The Library collects resources about all Asian countries in Western languages extensively, and resources in the following Asian languages: Burmese, Chinese, Persian, Indonesian, Japanese, Khmer, Korean, Lao, Manchu, Mongolian, Thai, Timorese, and Vietnamese.

The Library has acquired a number of important Western and Asian language scholarly collections from researchers and bibliophiles. These collections include:

  • Australian Buddhist Library Collection
  • Braga Collection (Portuguese in Asia)[17]
  • Claasz Collection (Sri Lanka)[18]
  • Coedes Collection (Indo-China)[19]
  • London Missionary Society Collection (China)
  • Luce Collection (Burma)
  • McLaren-Human Collection (Korea)[20]
  • Otley Beyer Collection (Philippines)
  • Sakakibara Collection (Japan)
  • Sang Ye Collection (China)
  • Simon Collection (East Asia)
  • Harold S. Williams Collection (Japan)

The Asian Collections are searchable via the National Library's catalogue.[21]

Pictures and manuscripts Play media Discussion of the acquisition and preservation process of Joan Blaeu's Archipelagus Orientalis (1663) by the National Library (2013)

The National Library holds an extensive collection of pictures and manuscripts. The manuscript collection contains about 26 million separate items, covering in excess of 10,492 meters of shelf space (ACA Australian Archival Statistics, 1998). The collection relates predominantly to Australia, but there are also important holdings relating to Papua New Guinea, New Zealand and the Pacific. The collection also holds a number of European and Asian manuscript collections or single items have been received as part of formed book collections.

The Australian manuscript collections date from the period of maritime exploration and settlement in the 18th century until the present, with the greatest area of strength dating from the 1890s onwards. The collection includes a large number of outstanding single items, such as the 14th century Chertsey Cartulary, the journal of James Cook on HM Bark Endeavour, inscribed on the Memory of the World[22] Register in 2001, the diaries of Robert O'Hara Burke and William John Wills from the Burke and Wills expedition, and Charles Kingsford Smith's and Charles Ulm's log of the Southern Cross.

A wide range of individuals and families are represented in the collection, with special strength in the fields of politics, public administration, diplomacy, theatre, art, literature, the pastoral industry and religion. Examples are the papers of Alfred Deakin, Sir John Latham, Sir Keith Murdoch, Sir Hans Heysen, Sir John Monash, Vance Palmer and Nettie Palmer, A.D. Hope, Manning Clark, David Williamson, W.M. Hughes, Sir Robert Menzies, Sir William McMahon, Lord Casey, Geoffrey Dutton, Peter Sculthorpe, Daisy Bates, Jessie Street, and Eddie Mabo and James Cook both of whose papers were inscribed on UNESCO's Memory of the World Programme Register in 2001.[23][24]

The Library has also acquired the records of many national non-governmental organisations. They include the records of the Federal Secretariats of the Liberal party, the A.L.P, the Democrats, the R.S.L., the Australian Inland Mission, the Australian Union of Students, The Australian Ballet, the Australian Elizabethan Theatre Trust, the Australian Institute of Urban Studies, Australian Industries Protection League, the Australian Conservation Foundation, and the Australian Council of National Trusts. Finally, the Library holds about 37,000 reels of microfilm of manuscripts and archival records, mostly acquired overseas and predominantly of Australian and Pacific interest.

The National Library's Pictures collection focuses on Australian people, places and events, from European exploration of the South Pacific to contemporary events. Art works and photographs are acquired primarily for their informational value, and for their importance as historical documents.[25]

Media represented in the collection include photographs, drawings, watercolours, oils, lithographs, engravings, etchings and sculpture/busts.[26]

Reading rooms

The large National Library building is home to various reading rooms and collections. On the ground floor is the Main Reading Room — this is where the bulk of the Library's Internet access terminals are located, and where wireless internet access is available. Services are also delivered on-site from the Newspaper & Family History zone on the ground floor, Special Collections Reading Room on the 1st floor, and Asian Collections on level 3.

Services

The National Library of Australia provides a national leadership role in developing and managing collaborative online services with the Australian library community, making it easier for users to find and access information resources at the national level.

  • Australian National Bibliographic Database[27] (ANBD) and offers free access through the Libraries Australia[28] subscription based service which is also operated by the NLA. It is used for reference, collection development, cataloguing and interlibrary lending.
  • Prepublication Data Service,[29] ISSNs and ISMNs for Australian publishers.
  • PANDORA, Australia's Web Archive. A collection of Australian online publications, established initially by the National Library of Australia in 1996, and now built in collaboration with nine other Australian libraries and cultural collecting organisations.
  • Trove, online library database aggregator

The National Library of Australia maintains a catalogue of the resources in its own collection which are available to the general public.

  • National Library of Australia Catalogue[30]
Trove The Trove logo Main article: Trove

Trove is an online library database aggregator, a centralised national service built with the collaboration of major libraries of Australia.[31] Trove's most well known feature is the digitised collection of Australian newspapers. By June 2013 over 10 million digitised pages, or 100 million articles were accessible through Trove.[32] Many of the NLA's resource discovery services have been fully integrated with Trove—meaning that several (such as "music Australia", "pictures Australia" and "Australian newspapers") are now accessible only through the site. Others (such as PANDORA and the ANBD) use Trove as their primary means of public access. The service is able to locate resources about Australia and Australians, which reaches many locations otherwise unavailable to external search engines.[33]

Directors-General The library seen from Lake Burley Griffin in autumn.

The following individuals have been appointed as Director-General or any precedent titles:

Directors-General of the National Library of Australia Ordinal Officeholder Title Term begin Term end Time in office Notes 1 Arthur Wadsworth Interim Commonwealth Parliamentary Librarian 1901 1927 25–26 years 2 Kenneth Binns CBE Commonwealth Parliamentary Librarian 1927 1947 19–20 years 3 Harold Leslie White CBE National Librarian 1947 1970 22–23 years 4 Allan Percy Fleming CBE 1970 1974 3–4 years 5 George Chandler Director-General 1974 1980 5–6 years 6 Harrison Bryan AO 1980 1985 4–5 years 7 Warren Horton AM 1985 1999 13–14 years 8 Jan Fullerton AO 1999 2010 10–11 years [34][35] 9 Anne-Marie Schwirtlich 2011 2017 5–6 years [36] 10 Dr Marie-Louise Ayres 2017 present 1–2 years [37] See also @media all and (max-width:720px){.mw-parser-output .mobile-float-reset{float:none!important;width:100%!important}}.mw-parser-output .stack-container{box-sizing:border-box}.mw-parser-output .stack-clear-left{float:left;clear:left}.mw-parser-output .stack-clear-right{float:right;clear:right}.mw-parser-output .stack-left{float:left}.mw-parser-output .stack-right{float:right}.mw-parser-output .stack-object{margin:1px;overflow:hidden}
  • Australia portal
  • Architecture portal
  • List of national and state libraries
  • Parliamentary Triangle, Canberra
  • Parliamentary Library of Australia
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Your satisfaction is our responsibility.Item Type: Mirror & Covers Special Features: easy to install Item Length: 5cm Model Name: Car Rearview Mirrors Model Year: 2018 Item Diameter: 5cm Item Width: 5cm External Testing Certification: CE Item Height: 0.2cm Material Type: plastic & glass Item Weight: 0.04kg What are you waiting for? Press the ""ORDER"" button now!Note: Products will be shipped within 25-30 days.Read the instructions carefully before using.Thank you!

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$11.99



Caopixx Home Decor 5D Diamond Painting Rhinestone Pasted DIY Embroidery Painting Cross Stitch (B)
Caopixx Home Decor 5D Diamond Painting Rhinestone Pasted DIY Embroidery Painting Cross Stitch (B)
🎀 🎀 🎀 🎀 🎀 🎀 🎀 🎀 🎀 🎀 🎀 🎀 🎀 🎀 🎀 🎀 🎀 🎀 🎀 🎀 🎀 🎀 🎀 🎀 🎀 🎀 🎀 🎀💙❤️Material: Rhinestone+Canvas💙❤️DIY Diamond painting production steps:💙❤️1. Open the package and check the diamond draw special tools.💙❤️2. View the resin diamond color,arranged in order of coding.💙❤️3. Uncover tape drawing above, you will see a lot of symbols corresponding to the color coding.💙❤️4. According to the corresponding color coded clamp the corresponding the resin inlaid diamonds.💙❤️5. Suggested that one type of the resin diamond one set completed faster.💙❤️6. In order to create a perfect diamond painting,drawings put together in one place every row symbols do not have to stay stuck diamonds.💙❤️7. To cut a good figure on the drawings hold sorted array mounted to the plane of the material above.💙❤️8. Splices need flat against the neat,do not have cracks.💙❤️9. After a good fight,the rest of the gap at the glue corresponding symbols of diamonds.💙❤️10. To complete a good diamond drawing,put it in your selection of a suitable framework (This product is not provide a framework).💙❤️Note:💙❤️1.This is diy diamond painting,not finished picture,need you finish it by yourself.All the size are measured by hand ,so please allow1-2cm differ.💙❤️2.Due to the light and screen difference, the item's color may be slightly different from the pictures. Please understand.💙❤️Package Content:1PC oil painting canvas+1Pc stone plate+1Pc pen tool+1 Set of diamond beads💙❤️Shipping: The item will be shipped from China. So it need 15-20 days to deliver. (💙❤️decorating rhinestone embroidery paintings printing diamond painting goddess decorative diamond painting adults drill inches 5d diamond painting kits for adults diamond painting 💙❤️)🎀 🎀 🎀 🎀 🎀 🎀 🎀 🎀 🎀 🎀 🎀 🎀 🎀 🎀 🎀 🎀 🎀 🎀 🎀 🎀 🎀 🎀 🎀 🎀 🎀 🎀 🎀 🎀

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$4.51



HATCHMATIC DIY Multifunctional Household DIY Painting Tool Paint Roller Brush Handle Tool Home Household Wall Painting Tool 5pcs Drop Ship: Australia
HATCHMATIC DIY Multifunctional Household DIY Painting Tool Paint Roller Brush Handle Tool Home Household Wall Painting Tool 5pcs Drop Ship: Australia
Application: paint tool sets, diy supplies: paint & decorating, number of pieces: 5pcs per set, model number: multifunctional diy painting tool, type: plastic cup, paint roller, combination, type: resting tray, corner pad, flocked edger, package: well package, unit type: set, package weight: ,package size:

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ONE SUIT Australia Flag Map Christmas Craft Bags Santa Present Drawstring Bag Santa Sack Holiday Large Gift Bags
ONE SUIT Australia Flag Map Christmas Craft Bags Santa Present Drawstring Bag Santa Sack Holiday Large Gift Bags
Material: Linen + Non-woven Can Fold And Save Space. Thick,strong,durable And Reusable, Machine Washerable Or Hand Wash. Personalized Customization Can Be Signed And Given To Others As Gifts. Size:12.5inchx23inch. Large Gift Bags Are Suitable For Christmas Decoration, Christmas Gift Wrapping, Christmas Trees, Holiday Gift, And Part Favors. Reusable And Eco-friendly:Cute Gift Bags Can Be Stored And Reused After Gifts Are Removed.Not Affect The Environment. Perfect Christmas Gift Bag For Kids, Itâ€s Roomy And Large Enough To Fit Most Gifts, A Great Sack To Store Present. Our Customer Service Is Always Ready To Help You In 24/7. High Quality Products And Service Is Our Priority.

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$12.00



iYBUIA Cotton Fashion Women Winter Autumn Floral Scarf Printed Tassel Shawl Scarf
iYBUIA Cotton Fashion Women Winter Autumn Floral Scarf Printed Tassel Shawl Scarf
Feature:A beautiful and versatile accessory for the whole yearIt will makes you more fashionable,sexyPerfect gift for your sweetheart, lover and yourselfSeason:Autumn,WinterGender:WomenDepartment Name: AdultMaterial:CottonSize :90*90cmPackage Included:1x Scarf

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$0.79



Parking for Australian ONLY Aluminum Sign Australia Flag National Pride Love | Indoor/Outdoor | 18" Tall
Parking for Australian ONLY Aluminum Sign Australia Flag National Pride Love | Indoor/Outdoor | 18" Tall
Get a fun novelty sign for your home and office and show off your sense of humor.Looking for a fun, hilarious sign to hang on your cubicle or in your “man cave”? If so, SignMission has all the cute, funny, hilarious, and even work-related novelty signs you’re looking for!Something for EveryoneWe’ve got a wide range of American-made signs just like this one that will tickle your funny bone, make others smile, or even show off your snarky attitude.Made To LastMade from a special aluminum desgined to hold up to a beating, This sign can bend with out breaking and will never chip or crack, the colorful lettering will last a lifetime indoors and up to 4 years in the sun for outdoor use.Product Details:Laser Cut Mounting HolesIndoor and Outdoor UseRust and Fade ResistantOne-SidedDimension: 12” x 18”Made in the USAOutdoor Durable aluminum and Premium-Grade InkClick ‘Add to Cart’ to get your Australian Country sign today and enjoy a good laugh each time you pass by!

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$24.99


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