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Archives and Libraries
- Archives of Australia Gateway A collaboration between the National Archives of Australia, the State and Territory archives, and a number of other Australian archive organisations
- Australian Broadcasting Corporation - Archives and Library Services Brief information on its radio, television and document archives.
- Australian Labour Party Records at the National Archives of Australia. Finding aid.
- Australian Libraries Gateway.
- Australian Society of Archivists Home Page Membership information, and a directory of archives in Australia.
- Australian Trade Union Archives Australian Trade Union Archives [ATUA] is an online gateway for researchers and scholars of labour history, designed to link together historical detail, archival resources, published material and current information about Australian industrial organisations, mainly including trade unions and also employer bodies. Published by the University of Melbourne.
- Directory of Archives in Australia at the University of Melbourne.
- Fryer Library at the University of Queensland. Regional labour collections.
- Labour Council of New South Wales Labor Council Information Centre Online Library Catalog.
- Libraries Australia Libraries Australia is a modern Internet-based service for Australian libraries and their users. It provides access to the national database of material held in Australian libraries, known as the Australian National Bibliographic Database. You can search for any item and locate which library in Australia holds it. Gateways to other major library databases are also provided.
- Melbourne University Archives Holdings include archives of trade unions and professional associations, community, political and other organisations. Finding aids, online catalogue.
- Noel Butlin Archives Centre at Australian National University. The NBAC holds archives of industrial organisations, businesses, professional associations, industry bodies and the labour movement. List of the holdings.
- Register of Australian Archives & Manuscripts a guide to collections of personal papers and non-governmental organisational records held by Australian libraries and archives.
- University of Newcastle Archives and Special Collections - Labour History Overview of the holdings.
- University of Wollongong - Archives and Manuscripts Collections Overview of the substantial labour and business history holdings.
Associations and Societies
- Australian Centre For Fraternal Studies The Centre for Fraternal Studies (CFS) is a research, conservation and display facility furthering the study of fraternalism and the neglected world of fraternal associations, ie, in the main, trade unions, friendly societies and Freemasons.
- Australian Mining History Bibliography Compiled on behalf of the AMHA by Mel Davies, University of Western Australia, 1997
- Awaba An electronic database and guide to the history, culture and language of the Aboriginal peoples of the Newcastle and Lake Macquarie region of New South Wales, Australia. The site gives access to a articles, a bibliography, documents and materials. At the University of Newcastle, Australia.
- Communism: An exhibition of highlights from the Monash University ibrary Rare Books Collection Over 150 items covering all aspects of Communism from the USSR, Britain, America, China, Indonesia, and Australia. This is an online version of an exhibition at the Sir Louis Matheson Library, Clayton campus, Monash University, Clayton, VIC, Australia, 16 March - 27 May 2005.
- Eight Hour Day 2006 marks the 150th anniversary of the Eight Hour Day in Victoria. Action taken by stonemasons on 21 April 1856 led to the establishment and maintenance of the Eight Hour Day, recognised internationally as a world first. The website contains news and announcements of a series of events to mark the anniversary, a history of the eight hours day, fact sheets and other resources.
- History of Refractories in Australia A history of Newbold General Refractories in Sydney, by Michelle Watson (1996).
- LaborNet Links to Australian labour organizations, campaign groups and other political organizations.
- Radical Tradition - Australia maintained by Takver in Brunswick, Victoria. Articles on Australia's labour history and its anarchist currents.
- Vere Gordon Childe, How Labour Governs: A Study of Workers' Representation in Australia (1923) PDF file, 126 pp., from the University of Sydney Library.
- Working Lives Australians website devoted to the role of the individual in labour and social history. Online articles, a report on the progress of the Biographical Register of the Australian Labour Movement, short biographies of activists who feature in the Register.
- Labour History Published by the Australian Society for the Study of Labour History, Sydney, ISSN 0023-6942.
Last updated 28 January 2014