Royal Australian Historical Society (Sydney, NSW)

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Acronym: 
RAHS

The Royal Australian Historical Society encourages the study of, research into and the writing of Australian history.The Society organises lectures, conferences, tours and seminars, all with an historical theme. The Society maintains a good reference library of Australian history, which concentrates on NSW and especially NSW local history. The Society is able to undertake a limited research service, for a small fee, for those who cannot come to History House. The Society is developing multi-media resources. A visit to the Society's website at www.rahs.org.au is recommended most library catalogues are online.

Contact
Contact name: 
Mari Metake
Manager
Phone 1: 
(02) 9247 8001
Fax: 
(02) 9247 7854
Address
Postal Address: 
History House
133 Macquarie Street
SYDNEY
2000
Access
Access facilities: 
Access to Library and function rooms can be arranged, accessible lift
Opening hours: 
9.00am to 5.00pm, Monday to Friday
Activities: 
Australian history, research, study, education, lectures, tours, excursions
Service details
Fees: 
Use of the library is free to members, non-members are charged a $5.50 fee. Annu
Area: 
Statewide, Office in Sydney Metropolitan Area
Publications: 
Quarterly newsletter 'History', twice yearly Journal
Resources: 
Information resources, Australian history research material, local history research material, library.

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