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Series 05. Recordings of talks presented at the State Library of New South Wales

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Record title

Series 05. Recordings of talks presented at the State Library of New South Wales

Call numbers

T 101-150

Record identifier

9yM02Mp9

Series 05. Recordings of talks presented at the State Library of New South Wales

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Series 05. Recordings of talks presented at the State Library of New South Wales

Full title

Series 05. Recordings of talks presented at the State Library of New South Wales

Date

22 July 1998-27 June 2002

Call Numbers

T 101-150

Record Identifier

9yM02Mp9

Language

English

Physical Description

Contents

58 audiocassettes (154 hr., 20 min.) - 10 × 7 cm, 4 mm tape

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Series

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Copying Conditions

In copyright

Copyright restrictions may apply

Reproduction Restricted

Please acknowledge: : Mitchell Library, State Library of New South Wales and Courtesy copyright holder.

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Digitised

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SCOPE AND CONTENTS

Contents

Item 01: Harry Seidler. Personal History of 50 Years of Architecture (T101)
Item 02: Paul Brunton On Kings Cross (T 102)
Item 03: Professor Neil McCormick, Professor Jeremy Webber - New Unions for Old; Nationalism, Federation and Democracy (T 103) - NOT DIGITISED, Tape BLANK
Item 04: Elizabeth Ellis - Villas of Darlinghurst (T 104)
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Series 05. Recordings of talks presented at the State Library of New South Wales

NOTES

Description source

The description of this material has been supplied from the Oral History Digitisation Program, undertaken 2014 to 2017, of the Library's oral history collections.

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Call Numbers

T 101-150

Record Identifier

9yM02Mp9

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1000478

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