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Memento : Issue 39
A new beginning for Memento Memento, the National Archives' flagship publication, is undergoing important changes. From January 2011, Memento will be available to subscribers only as an online magazine. Some print copies will be available from state offices. The new online Memento will be easy to read and published more frequently. It will continue to deliver the high quality stories readers expect and provide new ways of engaging with the stories and the Archives' collection. This Constitution Day issue is available online so readers can get a preview. We'd like to know what you think. Go to our website, naa.gov.au, and click on the Memento link to take a look, leave your comments and subscribe to this free magazine. Everyone who subscribes between July and December will have the chance to win one of two prizes to the value of $100. You can continue to view past issues of Memento on our website, where they will remain as a valuable resource about the Archives and our collection. To our thousands of readers and many contributors, thank you for making Memento such a success over the years. Please join us as we begin this exciting journey. Ross Gibbs, Director-General of the National Archives Canberra Queen Victoria Terrace, Parkes ACT 2600 Tel: (02) 6212 3600 TTY: (02) 6212 3689 Brisbane 16 Corporate Drive Cannon Hill QLD 4170 Tel: (07) 3249 4226 Hobart 85 Macquarie Street Hobart TAS 7000 Tel: (03) 6230 6111 Sydney 120 Miller Road Chester Hill NSW 2162 Tel: (02) 9645 0110 Adelaide 78 Angas Street Adelaide SA 5000 Tel: (08) 8409 8400 Darwin Kelsey Crescent Millner NT 0810 Tel: (08) 8985 0300 Perth 384 Berwick Street East Victoria Park WA 6101 Tel: (08) 9470 7500 Melbourne Victorian Archives Centre 99 Shiel Street North Melbourne VIC 3051 Tel: (03) 9348 5600 The National Archives holds the nation's memory. With many of millions of items, it is more than a record of government decisions. It is an archive about people, from the ordinary to the famous, who together tell the story of our nation. It is my story. It is your story. It is our history.