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Search historical, contemporary images and more in our local history collection
Search historical, contemporary images and more in our local history collection

PROV Historic Plans Public Records Office Victoria - Historic Plans

Are you interested in land history? The Historic Plans Collection at PROV contains over 11,500 items dating from 1802-1984.
Are you interested in land history? The Historic Plans Collection at PROV contains over 11,500 items dating from 1802-1984. Over half (more than 5000 maps and plans) are now online and available for download.

Ancestry Library Edition Ancestry

Access the world's largest online family history resource via the Library Edition. Search billions of records in the library
Ancestry is the world's largest online family history resource. Start searching billions of records in one of the world's largest genealogy collections. Access free in the library

Flora of Victoria Flora of Victoria

What plant is that? Check out this new local online encyclopedia on 8700 different types of plants which grow in south-eastern Australia.
A new online guide removes the guesswork when it comes to identifying flora. The Royal Botanical Gardens Victorian this month unveiled the world's first online "horticultural flora" a compendium of information on the 8700 different types of plants being cultivated in…

BDM Victoria Search your family history BDM Victoria Search your family history

Search the Victorian historical indexes of births, baptisms, marriages, burials and deaths dating back to as early as 1836.
The Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages Victoria (BDM), have been keeping records of significant life moments since the mid 1800s. You can search the historical indexes of births, baptisms, marriages, burials and deaths dating back to as early as 1836.

Community Languages Community Languages

Take a look at the books, movies, music, magazines and E-Resources that YPRL has for community language speakers
Take a look at the books, movies, music, magazines and E-Resources that YPRL has for community language speakers

Petitions for the People Petitions for the People

The Bendigo City Council Inwards Correspondence 1856-1889 contains more than 2000 petitions from residents of Bendigo
Do you have a copy of your ancestor's signature? Perhaps your Goldfields ancestor signed one of the may petitions to Council. The Bendigo City Council Inwards Correspondence 1856-1889 contains more than 2000 petitions from the residents of the city of Bendigo (Sandhurst).

Victorian Female Prison Registers Victorian Female Prison Registers

Victorian Male and Female Prison Registers from 1855-1934 are now available to view online through Public Record Office Victoria.
Victorian Male and Female Prison Registers from 1855-1934 are now available to view online through PROV. The files comprise registers created by the Penal and Gaols Branch to record the registration number , name and personal details of prisoners in custody in Victorian gaols.

Starstruck Australian Movie Portraits Starstruck Australian Movie Portraits

View this collection of casting books of aspiring stars from the 1930's. Do you recognise any one?
Check out this new online exhibition from the National Film and Sound Archive. This collection of digitised casting books from the 1930s, includes photographs of young aspiring stars. Do you recognise any one? The NFSA would love to hear from you,

Historic England Viewfinder Historic England Viewfinder

Use ViewFinder to find historic photographs of England from the 1850's, representing the places your ancestors lived
Use ViewFinder to find historic photographs of England, held in the Historic England Archive. They date from the 1850's and are a resource for people interested in England's social, industrial, architectural & archaeological history. Look for photos of where your ancestors lived
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