Archives and Research Centre of the Lutheran Church of Australia
Lutheran Parish newspapers and registers; periodicals (eg Lutheran Herald) German & English 1860 -
Australian Broadcasting Corporation Document Archives (ABC)
Files and volumes of press cuttings relating to ABC concerts and music programs.
Australian War Memorial (Research Centre)
The Research Centre holds a variety of Australian and international newspapers and newsclippings. The Newspapers are searchable on the book catalogue (available throught he Memorial's web site, or at the Research Centre).Standard paper-based finding aids for biographical newsclippings are located in the Research Centre.
Charles Sturt University Regional Archives
The Daily Advertiser, Wagga Wagga
Edith Cowan University Archives
Newspapers from former Student Union, Student Guild papers, Teachers colleges and much more.
Good Samaritan Archives
Clippings from the Catholic Press, Freeman's Journal, lists of musical items performed at school, prize giving, music results.
History and Natural History Group
Donald Express 1882 - 1897; Donald Times 1882 - ; Donald Birchip Times; Buloke Times 1995 -. Card Index 1882 - 1899 and computer index 1900 - 1930 and continuing.
National Library of Australia
The Library holds full sets of most major Australian newspapers.
Royal Australian Historical Society
Press cuttings: "Old Sydney Music. An interesting volume". The Sun, 11th Feb, 1914; "Music & Drama", a souvenir of Tasmania - article on history of theatre and music in Tasmania; "Music & Drama", article on Royal Sydney Philharmonic Society concert; "Old Times. From Sydney Papers of fifty years ago", Evening News, 1903, - article on Sydney Philharmonic Society; article re tombstone at Sandy Bay Cemetery, Hobart, with inscription to the memory of John Woodcock Graves, the author of the words to the famous humting song, "D'ye Ken John Peel?"; "Isaac Nathan, Composer of Aboriginal Music", Sydney Morning Herald, 20th July, 1935, article on Isaac Nathan, composer, buried in Camperdown Cemetery in 1864; "Madame Emily Soldene", Star, 14th August, 1909, notes re Madame Soldene, operatic artist; "Mark Hambourg and Peter Dawson", advertisment re Mark Hambourg and Peter Dawson and the Sydney Male Choir; "Vincent Moore in Sydney", article on Vincent Wallace, visiting composer; "The new Philharmonic conductor", Sydney Morning Herald, 6th April 1908, article on harbour outing in honour of Mr Joseph Bradley, new conductor; "Voice of the People. Advance Australia Fair", Evening News 22nd September 1906, note about the singing of Advance Australia Fair at the Cricket Ground
State Library of Victoria
The Library collects all Melbourne suburban and city newspapers and all Victorian country papers. The Library also holds a selected range of interstate and overseas newspapers.
Sydney Conservatorium of Music Library.
Some early Australian music periodicals which are cataloguedand can be searched via Homepage.
The Cairns and North Queensland Historical Society
Library contains newspaper clippings of historical performances in the Hibernian Hall - now demolished - built in 1911 and first owned by the Hibernian Australasian Catholic Benefit Society.
Townsville Museum Inc.
Biographical notes and newspaper clippings on Charlotte Cameron; newspaper clippings on Palm Island Band; folder of newspaper clippings on musical activities in the area.