Promissory note for one pound issued by Garnam Blaxcell, 29 January 1814 Courtesy: Sir William Dixson Numismatic Collection, State Library of NSW (a6416001 / SAFE/DN/P 262)

Promissory note for one pound issued by Garnam Blaxcell, 29 January 1814 Courtesy: Sir William Dixson Numismatic Collection, State Library of NSW (a6416001 / SAFE/DN/P 262)

The Dictionary of Sydney has been publishing freely accessible, reliable and authoritative information about Sydney’s history since November 2009.

Every day we provide facts, information, images, multimedia, insights and stories about Sydney to thousands of students, teachers, history lovers and researchers all over the world.

As of December 2016, the Dictionary of Sydney has no ongoing operational funding.

The Dictionary’s content is being moved onto a new sustainable platform at the State Library of New South Wales where it will be supported and preserved for posterity, but to keep adding to the Dictionary and telling more of Sydney’s stories, the Dictionary of Sydney needs YOUR help.

How to donate

To make a donation online, you can go directly to our donation page at Give Now by clicking here.

If you’d rather send a cheque, please make it payable to the Dictionary of Sydney and send it to the address below. Include your contact details and we will post your receipt to you.

Dictionary of Sydney
Att: The Executive Officer
PO Box 23 Glebe NSW 2037

   Donate Now!  Make a donation to the Dictionary of Sydney before June 30 to claim a tax deduction this year. 

Thank you for your support

 

 

 

Share This