- Registers kept by the Brisbane Hospital recording deaths and special removals between 1933 and 1963. The following details are recorded in these registers kept by the Brisbane Hospital: ordinal number of death, name, age, district, UR number, date of death, cause of death, certified, undertaker.
- Registers kept by the Brisbane Hospital recording deaths and special removals between 1899 and 1913. Details for deaths include the number, name, age, district, dates of admission and death, cause of death, certified by, undertaker, ward, case book and folio numbers. Details for removals include the name, dates of admission and removal, case book and folio numbers, removed to, and remarks (usually doctors' names). Totals for each year are recorded for both deaths and removals.
- Arrival records per ship of immigrants who landed at the Immigration Depot at Townsville, Cairns, Cooktown, Thursday Island, Mackay and Bowen, as well as immigrants who landed in Brisbane and some ports outside Queensland.
- Dunwich Benevolent Asylum was established 13 May 1865 and provided for poor people who because of age, accident, infirmity or otherwise were unable to care for themselves. These records of the Dunwich Benevolent Asylum 1859-1948 list inmates admissions and discharges, deaths and burials. Search the indexes
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The National Library of New Zealand signed an agreement with Internet Archive to donate 600,000 books that it was planning to cull from its overseas collection. Internet archive has agreed to make digital copies of the works freely available online.
About 50,000 books in the Overseas Published Collection have already been culled to free up space for New Zealand material in the library’s burgeoning storage facilities. Those books were given to libraries and other institutions, including a Lions Club, which sold many at a book fair. Excess books from the fair were passed on to booksellers.
While libraries have requested a further 10,000 books slated for de-listing, the rest would be physically shipped to America for long-term storage, via a digitization facility in the Philippines.
The archive has agreed to pay for packaging, transport and digitization costs, and the export had been signed off by the Ministry for Culture and Heritage under the Protected Objects Act.
The Internet Archive provides free access to collections of digitized material including websites, games, music, films and millions of books.
Internet Archive has, however, been embroiled in a court case where four major publishers, including three major United States publishers – HarperCollins, Penguin Random House and Hachette Book Group – allege the archive is engaged in “willful mass copyright infringement” regarding allegedly infringed works it’s published.
The Internet Archive agreed to remove any material from its library service at the request of any rights holders. The library would also attempt to contact publishers and authors using its “international networks” before shipping the books. Several book groups are lobbying to stop the cull.
To read more see:
Jan Meisels Allen
Chairperson, IAJGS Public Records Access Monitoring Committee
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