Digitised Collections

Digitised collections

This section features collection items which have been digitised as part of our ongoing collection preservation work.

First cover of Our AIM, October, 1907

Aborigines' Inland Mission newsletters

The Aborigine's Inland Mission published the Our Aim newsletter between 1907 and 1961, and the Australian Evangel newsletter between 1930 and 1966.

Koori Mail collection online

The Koori Mail

The Koori Mail digitised collection is the only complete online archive for the Koori Mail – Australia's fortnightly national Indigenous newspaper. It was launched on 4 May 2011, which was also the date of publication for the Koori Mail's 500th edition.

The Lone Protestor

A.M. Fernando Notebooks

The A.M. Fernando Notebooks exhibition concentrates on a very specific time in Fernando’s life by presenting digital copies of the London notebooks of A M Fernando 1929–30, and introduces you to the life of this remarkable man.

Dawn and New Dawn 1952 to 1975 - a magazine for the Aboriginal people of New South Wales

Dawn and New Dawn

The Dawn and New Dawn digitised collection is the only complete online archive of these magazines which were issued between 1952-1975 by the New South Wales Aborigines Welfare Board.

Commemorating the Freedom Ride banner

Documenting the Freedom Ride

Ann Curthoys' diaries have become an essential piece of historical material that tells the story of the 1965 Freedom Ride. Members of the Student Action for Aborigines (SAFA) organisation also produced many useful items that provide insight into this watershed moment in Australian history.

Musical Connections: Alice Moyle

Musical Connections: Alice Moyle

This online exhibition pays tribute to the life and career of the Australian ethnomusicologist, Alice Marshall Moyle (1908-2005).

Last reviewed: 18 Apr 2016