Studio portrait of Salaam Kaker ca 1914
Join us for the opening event and panel conversation to get a glimpse into what life was like for the men who opened up inland Australia and helped spark the biggest goldrush in the west.
A staff member walking down a row of compactus storage units in the STAX area
Calling all writers looking for creative inspiration in primary sources. Writers will receive an overview and guide to researching government archives and State Library collections.
Cundeelee school children on a bush walk 1955
Monthly on the last Wednesday at 2:00pm
The Storylines project connects Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to the State Library of WA's heritage, history and photographic collections.
Typus orbis terrarum Amsterdam Johannes Cloppenburg 1632
with Chet Van Duzer
In this lecture, map expert Chet Van Duzer will examine changing ideas about the Indian Ocean from classical antiquity to the eighteenth century, focusing on how those changes are reflected in maps.
Huts family Western Australia 1954
Getting started
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 and we’ll show you.
Ella and Faulkner Mackay looking at photograph album
Cherished Family Moments from the Collection
Join us for the Keepsake exhibition opening and a panel conversation that asks us to consider the meeting points of science, literature and art and how they shape our collective humanity.
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