A.M. Fernando Notebooks
In the late 1920s, a lone Australian Aboriginal man stood outside Australia House in London protesting the treatment of Aboriginal people in Australia. His notebooks offer a glimpse into his life in London and reflect his views on the treatment of Aboriginal people in Australia.
Ann Curthoys' diaries
Ann Curthoys' diaries have become an essential piece of historical material that tells the story of the 1965 Freedom Ride.
NAIDOC Week posters
Each year NAIDOC Week has a theme that represents current issues important to Indigenous peoples. These themes are reflected throughout the years in the different NAIDOC posters.
The Aborigines Inland Mission
Our AIM and The Australian Evangel newsletters were published by the Aborigines’ Inland Mission (AIM); an evangelical Christian mission which began in 1905.
The Dawn collection is the only complete online archive of these magazines which were issued between 1915 to 1969 by the New South Wales Aborigines Welfare Board.
Identity was a key publication of the Aboriginal Publication Foundation between 1971 and 1982. Its focus was Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander views, opinions and experiences in Australian society at the time. AIATSIS has digitised the complete set of Identity issues.
Monthly magazine produced by the New South Wales Department of Youth, Ethnic and Community Services reflecting the times between 1970 to 1975.
Explore the complete online archive of Australia’s fortnightly national Indigenous newspaper dating back to 1991.
We hold the largest collection of Jimmy Pike’s original artworks which includes over 440 individual artworks, many adapted by Desert Designs in the 1980s and 1990s into internationally renowned fashion.