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The University of Melbourne Archives online catalogue contains information about all of the deposits of collection material from Malcolm Fraser and his parents (Una and John Neville Fraser). This information includes collection-level information as well as detailed finding aids that index the collections at file level.
To see the complete collection of Malcolm Fraser digitised photographs on the University of Melbourne Archives Image Catalogue (UMAIC), select 'Malcolm Fraser collection' from the ‘Collection Name’ drop-down menu in the detailed search screen. You can also design your own search.
Malcolm Fraser: Guide to Archives of Australia's Prime Ministers - a joint publication by the National Archives of Australia and the University of Melbourne Archives. It gives an overview of papers relating to Malcolm Fraser held at archival repositories throughout Australia. The guide also includes a biography written by Margaret Simons, a bibliography, timeline, who's who and details of the Fraser ministries as well as details of papers relating to Mrs Tamie Fraser.
Malcolm Fraser Collection: Conservation and environment - includes details of material relating to the Australian Conservation Foundation, the Great Barrier Reef, Fraser Island, whaling and uranium.
Malcolm Fraser Collection: Multiculturalism - gives details of correspondence, legislation, speeches and other documents relating to Fraser's work and views on multiculturalism.
University of Melbourne Archives
John Ellis Photographs
Papers of Tamie Fraser
The papers of Mrs Tamie Fraser are mostly held at the National Archives of Australia. Information about this collection, as well as relevant papers held in the Malcolm Fraser collection at the University of Melbourne, can be found in the Guide to Collections, jointly published by The National Archives of Australia and the University of Melbourne Archives.
The Australian Prime Ministers Centre
The Australian Prime Ministers Centre (APMC) is a cross-disciplinary national centre for research and engagement around Australia’s prime ministers.