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Category: Museullaneous

Alfred Russel Wallace letters

An enquiry from a researcher at the Natural History Museum in London has meant new scans of some fascinating 1892 correspondence between Australian Museum conchologist Charles Hedley and Alfred Russel Wallace.

By: Vanessa Finney, Category: Museullaneous, Date: 09 Dec 2010

Willy Kwong has finished the Harry Burrell project

Archives' intern Willy Kwong shares his final thoughts on his work on the Harry Burrell glass plate negative collection.

By: Willy Kwong, Category: Museullaneous, Date: 01 Dec 2010

The Harry Burrell collection digitisation project

Intern Willy Kwong describes some highlights of his project to rehouse, scan and register the wonderfully varied Harry Burrell Collection.

By: Willy Kwong, Category: Museullaneous, Date: 26 Nov 2010

Another post from our intern

Intern Willy Kwong talks about why the Australian Museum needs and values the work of the Archives and Records section.

By: Willy Kwong, Category: Museullaneous, Date: 18 Nov 2010

Meet our intern

Museum Studies intern Willy Kwong is working on the Archives' Harry Burrell photograph collection.

By: Willy Kwong, Category: Museullaneous, Date: 10 Nov 2010

Researching 19th-century collection and trade in Thylacines

Kathryn Medlock researching the 19th century records at the Australian Museum Archives

By: Patricia Egan, Category: Museullaneous, Date: 08 Nov 2010

Winifred West drawings

Beautiful shell drawings by Winifred West now on the Archives website.

By: Vanessa Finney, Category: Museullaneous, Date: 03 Nov 2010

Welcome to the Australian Museum Archives blog

The Australian Museum Archives holds more than 150 years of records of the Museum, its people, buildings, science, exhibitions and events. In this blog we want to share some of the things we enjoy about our collections, tell some Museum stories and give you an insight into the work we do every day.

By: Vanessa Finney, Category: Museullaneous, Date: 26 Oct 2010

My reflections from the Co-curation and the Public History of Science Workshop

What did I conclude from the Co-curation and the Public History of Science Workshop at the Science Museum, London? Well, organisational change is hard, so I'll share some of my learning that relates to the new ways of working given the online world. It's relevant to co-curation as the way the web is now demands new ways of engagement from and with our audiences.

By: Dr Lynda Kelly, Category: Museullaneous, Date: 24 Oct 2010

Co-curation and the Public History of Science Workshop Part 2

Quick notes from Day 2 of the workshop at the Science Museum, London.

By: Dr Lynda Kelly, Category: Museullaneous, Date: 24 Oct 2010