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Prime Minister of Australia 1903–04, 1905–08, 1909–10.

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Alfred Deakin: State Library of New South Wales

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InstitutionState Library of New South Wales
Macquarie Street, Sydney
Description

The papers of Edmund Barton and Samuel Griffith include material relevant to Alfred Deakin.

Holdings include:

MLMSS 7515X
Barton, Sir Edmund, letters and papers, 1831–1905.

MLMSS 249
Barton, Sir Edmund, papers, 1868–1919. For guide and index to correspondents see MLMSS 249/1-5.

MLMSS 1901
Barton, Sir Edmund, letters received, 1894–1916 – with an annotated printed page of preamble to the Federal Convention of 1898. Also includes pictorial material.

MLMSS 363
Griffith, Sir Samuel Walker, papers, 1851–1922 – correspondents include Barton and William Morris Hughes.

FormatsPaper, Photos
Contact details

See the State Library of New South Wales website.


Australia

ACT

Australian War Memorial (NAT)
Campbell, Canberra

National Archives of Australia (NAT)
Parkes, Canberra

National Film and Sound Archive (NAT)
Acton, Canberra

National Library of Australia (NAT)
Parkes, Canberra

NSW

Powerhouse Museum (NAT)
Ultimo, Sydney

State Library of New South Wales (S/T)
Sydney

QLD

Fryer Library, University of Queensland (S/T)
St Lucia, Brisbane

John Oxley Library, State Library of Queensland (S/T)
South Bank, Brisbane

SA

Royal Geographical Society of South Australia (S/T)
Rundle Mall, Adelaide

VIC

Alfred Deakin Prime Ministerial Library (PM)
Geelong

Royal Historical Society of Victoria (S/T)
Melbourne

State Library of Victoria (S/T)
Melbourne

University of Melbourne Archives (S/T)
Parkville, Melbourne

WA

JS Battye Library of West Australian History (S/T)
Northbridge, Perth

United Kingdom

England

British Library (OS)
London

Churchill Archives Centre, Cambridge (OS)
Cambridge

Parliamentary Archives (OS)
London

Scotland

National Archives of Scotland (OS)
Edinburgh

North America

Canada

Library and Archives Canada (OS)
Ottawa, Ontario


Legend

NAT = National collection (Australia)
PM = Prime ministerial collection
S/T = State/Territory collection (Australia)
OS = Overseas collection