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Memento : Issue 21
3 september 2002 memento Whether you're a school student writing an essay, a journalist checking your facts or an academic researching a book, the Australia's Prime Ministers website should be the first port of call for information on our national leaders. Complementing the website is a series of research guides on Prime Ministers and their wives. The guides, which list and describe relevant material held in a number of archives, will be available both in print and online. Our First Six, as the name implies, features our first six Prime Ministers from Federation (Barton, Deakin, Watson, Reid, Fisher and Cook, 1901--15). Joseph Lyons focuses on the Prime Minister who led Australia through the Depression and his wife Enid Lyons, Australia's first female Cabinet Minister. Guides on Harold Holt (1966--67) and Stanley Melbourne Bruce (1923--29) are in production, and will be followed by others in the future. New prime ministerial team James and Sarah Scullin receive a rousing welcome at Canberra railway station, 1929. NAA: A3560, 6102 Archives creates Prime Ministers Website Continued from page 1 Check out the website later this year at primeministers.naa.gov.au