The University of Sydney Archives

The University of Sydney Archives was established in 1954. It is responsible for the care and preservation of University records with permanent value. This includes the records of the Senate, Academic Board and the University's many administrative offices. The Archives also holds the records of those amalgmated instituitions, which includes: Conservatorium of Music; Sydney College of the Arts, Cumberland College of Health Sciences, and Sydney College of Advanced Education (and some of its predecessors such as Sydney Teachers College).

We also house a collection of University photographs and publications, as well as a significant collection of personal archives closely associated with the University. These include the records of anthropologists AR Radcliffe Brown, AP Elkin, HIP Hogbin and Camilla Wedgwood – which are listed on the UNESCO Australian Memory of the World register as the Department of Anthropology field research and teaching notes, 1926-1956.

The University of Sydney Archives was established in 1954. It is responsible for the care and preservation of University records with permanent value. This includes the records of the Senate, Academic Board and the University's many administrative offices. The Archives also holds the records of those amalgmated instituitions, which includes: Conservatorium of Music; Sydney College of the Arts, Cumberland College of Health Sciences, and Sydney College of Advanced Education (and some of its predecessors such as Sydney Teachers College).

We also house a collection of University photographs and publications, as well as a significant collection of personal archives closely associated with the University. These include the records of anthropologists AR Radcliffe Brown, AP Elkin, HIP Hogbin and Camilla Wedgwood – which are listed on the UNESCO Australian Memory of the World register as the Department of Anthropology field research and teaching notes, 1926-1956.

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