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JCPML: Open Day

For the very first time, the John Curtin Prime Ministerial Library (JCPML) will be open on Curtin Open Day, Sunday 2 August 2015. Visitors are invited to see treasures from the archives and the Library. John Curtin’s pocket watch, books from his personal library, letters, documents and objects from archival and special collections and rare […]

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The Legacy of John Curtin, Gallipoli and the Eureka Stockade by Mr Peter FitzSimons

The 2015 JCPML Anniversary Lecture was presented by Mr Peter FitzSimons on Monday 27 July. An introduction was given by JCPML Patron, The Honourable Julia Gillard. A link to the lecture is available from the JCPML website. The recording includes a welcome by Vice-Chancellor Deborah Terry, introduction by The Honourable Julia Gillard, Mr Peter FitzSimons’ […]

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New venue: Anniversary Lecture

Due to high demand the 2015 JCPML Anniversary Lecture venue has changed to the Elizabeth Jolley Lecture Theatre. Tickets are still available; make sure to register your attendance promptly to avoid disappointment. Mr Peter FitzSimons will present the 2015 JCPML Anniversary Lecture, with The Honourable Julia Gillard, Patron of the JCPML to give an introduction. Date: […]

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JCPML Newsletter: Anniversary Lecture

The June 2015 issue of the JCPML Information Update newsletter is now available. In this edition: Details regarding the Anniversary Lecture. A report on the Compassion and Conflict exhibition. Information on how to order images from the JCPML.  

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JCPML Anniversary Lecture

Register now through Eventbrite. Peter FitzSimons, author and columnist, will present the 2015 JCPML Anniversary Lecture on Monday 27th July at 5pm. The JCPML Patron, the Hon Julia Gillard will be attending the lecture and providing an introduction to the speaker.  

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Commemorating World War 1 Exhibition

The John Curtin Prime Ministerial Library holds documents, publications, postcards, letters, objects and photographs which record the experience of Australians during the Great War. For four weeks only during the National Trust Heritage Festival you will be able to view a selection of these unique items in the rooms of the John Curtin Prime Ministerial […]

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JCPML Patron

The John Curtin Prime Ministerial Library is honoured to announce that the Hon Julia Gillard has accepted the position as JCPML Patron. For further details please see the February issue of the JCPML Newsletter. The February 2015 edition of the JCPML Information Update newsletter is now available. In this edition: the JCPML Patron, Curtin MacArthur Alliance, […]

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Ordering images from the collection

We have changed the procedure for ordering images from the JCPML collections, and in most cases will not charge for supplying images. For more information on reproducing and ordering images see http://john.curtin.edu.au/collection/faqs.html.

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CY O’Connor Lecture 2015

The lecture will be presented Prof Deborah Terry, Vice-Chancellor of Curtin University. The Vice-Chancellor will explore Australia’scompetitiveness in the 21st Century: The critical role of research, innovation and new technologies. Prof Deborah Terry will be presenting her lecture in Perth and Kalgoorlie: Perth Date: Tuesday 3rd March Venue: Bankwest Theatre (enter via the John Curtin […]

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Curtin MacArthur Alliance

Frank and Robin Busalacchi visited the JCPML on the 30th January. Mr Busalacchi is a former Secretary of the Wisconsin Department of Transportation who has worked in the transport industry for over 30 years. The Busalacchis were visiting Perth on their way to South Africa on holiday. Their visit to the JCPML was arranged by […]

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