New in The Commons!

We’re welcoming three new institutions to The Commons today, from all corners of the globe*!

State Records Authority of New South Wales:

Sydney Harbour Bridge celebrations

Aircraft factory, Chullora   Central Railway Station, Sydney - exterior of milk bar   Tram Workshop   Bronte Beach, Sydney

State Records is the NSW Government’s archives and records management authority. We manage the NSW State archives collection and set the rules and provide guidance on the management of official records. State Records holds many tens of thousands of archival photos from the late 19th Century to the present, capturing life in New South Wales in much of its richness and diversity.

The Law Society of Upper Canada Archives:

Justices of Appeal. Supreme Court of Ontario Canada

Osgoode Hall   Law library, Osgoode Hall   Photograph of articling law students   Photograph of Howland family

The Law Society of Upper Canada Archives collects and preserves records and other material documenting the history of the legal profession in Ontario. The Archives serves as the repository for records of permanent value to the Law Society of Upper Canada, the regulatory body for lawyers and paralegals in the province of Ontario. The Archives also acquires papers, collections, and other material relating to members of the legal profession and legal organizations.

Nova Scotia Archives:

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The Nova Scotia Archives acquires, preserves, and makes available the province’s documentary heritage – recorded information of provincial significance created or accumulated by government and the private sector over the last 300 years.

* Not that a globe has corners, but, y’know.

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