State Library of Queensland is responsible for the preservation and protection of reference and research collections including Queensland's documentary heritage. Collections include:
- antiquarian books
- art works
- photographic media
- manuscripts and records
- audio, motion picture, and digital media.
The goal of our preservation policy is to preserve the collection so that items can be accessed and used by future generations - by historians, researchers, members of the public, and the media.
What we do
Our preservation staff use specialised techniques to care for, preserve, and make accessible a range of items according to their use and significance. As well as preserving our own collection, we offer advice and services to Queensland's regional libraries, other organisations, and members of the public.
An online snapshot of our preservation activities.
Advice and information on preserving, storing, and repairing items.
Information about our Queensland newspapers microfilm holdings and available services; including provision of duplicate microform; also including access to Queensland Government Gazettes, Parliamentary papers, and manuscripts.
Includes details of our visual media production services and activities.
Provides information about the historical preservation activities.
State Library of Queensland develops strategies and procedures for preserving Queensland's research and reference collections (including cultural heritage material).
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