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State Records NSW holds many tens of thousands of photographic images from the late 19th Century to the present, capturing life in New South Wales in much of its richness and diversity. The original ...

State Records NSW holds many tens of thousands of photographic images from the late 19th Century to the present, capturing life in New South Wales in much of its richness and diversity. The original formats of these images vary widely, from glass plates and lantern slides to 35mm negatives, colour transparencies and prints.
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  • Photographing Sydney
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  • Non-digital images
    • Microfilm in both reading rooms
    • Original photographs held at the Western Sydney Records Centre (Kingswood)
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  • Sydney, Sydney, Sydney
    • Sydney celebrating
    • Sydney’s buildings
    • Not so beautiful Sydney
    • The harbour
    • The Bridge
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  • Sydney’s buildings
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  • Government House
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  • Town Hall
  • Sydney Railway Station
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  • Central Railway Station
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  • Not so beautiful Sydney
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  • The harbour
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  • The Bridge
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