National Archives of Australia #general


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I just wanted to let you all know that the National Archives of
Australia is a valuable resource particularly if your relatives came
here as a post war immigrant. Their web address is
http://www.naa.gov.au
Go to "explore record search" 3/4 of the way down the page, click
search, then click "guest". I have been able to receive copies of
documents such as Application for Naturalization Forms, Incoming
Passenger Cards with photographs, Stat. Decs, passports, etc all with
lots of information and all filled out by the individuals themselves.
Once you find your relative, you fill out an online form asking for what
is available on the person. The National Archives will mail it to you.
They state that you may have to pay photocopying costs.

I must also say that there are relatives of mine who should be listed
here but are not so I would say the Archives are presently in the
process of making this information available.

Please direct any questions you may have to the Archives.

Mary Blumenstein
Melbourne, Australia

Researching: BAUM/Svidnik, Satoraljaujhely, Hungary. BERNER/KATZ/
Beregovo,Ukraine.BLUMENSTEIN/IvanoFrankovsk,Ukraine.GOLDFARB/MONCIASZ
Parczew,Poland.HELLINGER/Michalovce,Kosice,Slovakia.NEUMAN/NEUMANN/
Kvakovce,Michalovce, Slovakia, KALDIZAR/anywhere.

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