Access the University of Melbourne Archives
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The University of Melbourne Archives was established in July 1960, to collect and preserve records relating to the University and to business and business people for the purposes of historical research. Today it is one of the largest non-government archives in Australia, with a collection of nearly 20km of records.
From the beginning, the Archives' primary role was to provide a rich source for research in Victorian and Australian history and the Archives' continues to welcome researchers, both academic and the public.
The University of Melbourne Archives are advised by the Archives Advisory Board, a committee established by the University Librarian.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or (03) 9035 4337/ 8344 0590 for inquiries about our collections.
To be recognized as one of the world's finest university archives through supporting research, teaching and learning and engagement.