Presented as part of National Family History Week 1 – 3 August
Perhaps one of your relatives wrote a musical, a play or book, designed a goldrush brooch, an Australian flag or patented an improvement relating to signal alarms for those brand new mechanical road vehicles! Many family historians know about or have used the National Archives of Australia’s (NAA) amazing range of Immigration and Defence records to further their research but there is another group of records that will show ancestors in a different light – intellectual property. NAA holds a wonderful selection of copyright, patent, trademark and design records, most of which are described on RecordSearch, the online database. Come along and find out more about these wonderful records. Presented by Marjorie Bly from the National Archives.
Date: Friday – August 3 2012 Time: 11:30 AM – 12:30 PM For details of all seminars and tours visit our website: www.slwa.wa.gov.au/whats_on/national_family_history_week