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Memento : Issue 18
12 memento september 2001 The records we keep in our Brisbane office will be those most directly related to Queensland's history, those that have been used in the past by researchers in Brisbane, and those identified by archivists in Brisbane as most likely to be of future use to Queensland researchers. They include a host of fascinating records that will interest family historians, such as migration case files, migrant selection documents and original electoral records. We will also keep in our Brisbane office any records which are likely to be of value to researchers writing local Queensland histories.These include postal records, records about local defence establishments and local ABC news material. Brisbane In preparation for our move in 2002, our Brisbane office has been doing some long-overdue house cleaning. We 've been sorting out which records will stay and which ones will be relocated.Temporary records will be stored by controlling agencies in alternative accommodation, either in Brisbane or elsewhere. All records that have been identified as national archives will remain in our permanent collection. NAA: J2364, 25/159 Fir st female telephonists in Queensland, 5 June 1899.