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Eliza Scott’s diary, Reverend James Tait Scott Torres Strait Islands Papers 1870s-1890s
The Queensland Memory Awards are given annually by the Library Board of Queensland to recognise the achievement of excellence in research and the contribution of new knowledge to Queensland’s history. Supported by the Queensland Library Foundation.
Poster for the fundraising campaign for nurses from the Centaur House Records collection.
The black&write! Writing and Editing Project consists of an annual Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Writing Fellowship competition and Editing Internships.
The Young Writers Award or YWA is an annual $2,000 short story competition open to Queenslanders aged 18 to 25.
The Queensland Literary Awards celebrate and promote outstanding Australian writers.
The Digital Collections Catalyst in Residence aims to attract developers and creatives to support innovative and creative uses of our digital collections and collections data. We are interested in highly creative and experimental ideas that bring together technology with cultural heritage to inspire Queenslanders through State Library collections.