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05 May 2015

Interested in the history of radiology and radiation oncology?

The Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Radiologists houses one of the largest collection of historic material in Australia.

The Trainor/Owen Collection is a combined library, archive, and museum housing unique material relating to the history of radiology and radiation oncology.

The Collection includes an original print of Roentgen’s report of his discovery of X-rays, early human and veterinary X-rays, historic apparatus and equipment, mementoes and ephemera including medals and stamps, photographs, rare books and deposited personal papers.

So on your next trip to Sydney, contact the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Radiologists Archivist to organise a visit or contact them to pick their brains over all things radiology – archives@ranzcr.edu.au, 02 9268 9725.

Kirsty Waterford


Published: 05 May 2015