The UON recordings archive is a collection of interviews and recordings documenting various aspects of the University of Newcastle from 1975 to 1995.
The oral history tapes have been digitised and made freely available to the wider global research community thanks to the generosity of the University of Newcastle Library's Special Collections.
We thank 2NURFM for giving many of these interviews to Special Collections so they can be made available to the wider community.
The original audio recordings are held in Special Collections at the Auchmuty Library, University of Newcastle (Australia).
You are welcome to use the sources for study and personal research purposes. Please acknowledge as "Courtesy of the UON Recordings Archive, University of Newcastle (Australia)" For commercial requests you must obtain permission by contacting Special Collections.
If you are the subject of the stories, or know the subject of the stories, and have cultural or other reservations about the stories available on this website and would like to discuss this with us please contact Special Collections.
If you have any further information on the audio files, please contact us.
Ted Flowers, Keith Barbour, Mr Harrison Bryan (guest speaker) and Vice-Chancellor, Professor Don George, at the 500,000th book presentation, Auchmuty Library, the University of Newcastle, Australia - 10 August 1984