Family History

Battye Fellow Lecture
Who were the people who lived rough in the Smelter's Camp for the first half of the twentieth century? Miners, stockmen, itinerants, travellers, migrants and more.

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Public lecture - How did this young Englishman contribute to the 'City Beautiful' movement that helped mould pre-war Perth?

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This screening and panel discussion looks at Iwanoff's legacy and provides a glimpse at how architectural plans were harnessed to render this home in virtual reality.

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This screening of the mini documentary and panel discussion explores the legacy of Samson's film collection and the ways in which it was utilised by the filmmakers to merge old and new.

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Over three days, Family History WA presents an entertaining and informative introduction to tracing your family tree.
Monthly on the last Wednesday at 11:00am
Do you want to find out about your family history and don’t know where to start? Let us help you at one of our free and friendly talks at the State Library.
Monthly on the last Wednesday at 3:30pm
The Storylines Project connects Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to the State Library of WA's heritage, history and photographic collections.