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1136 PROV Digitisation Program statistics Public Records Office Victoria   2014-12-22T15:30:23.521591 2015-11-25T23:24:22.573059 The list, split by financial year, details record 'series' (or collections) have been digitised and published, and the quantity of records in each series. Quantity is measured in 'shelf-metres' (literally the amount of space taken up on a shelf), as a simple way of counting the range of very different material we hold.     Digitisation Program statistics CSV   2014-12-22T14:37:55.624824     Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International
1143 Records transferred to PROV custody Public Records Office Victoria   2014-12-22T15:31:07.647124 2015-11-25T23:24:50.217423 Public Record Office Victoria is the archives of the State Government of Victoria. The Collection includes memories of events and decisions great and small that have shaped the history of the Colony and State of Victoria, as well as records of immigration and shipping, criminal trials and prisons, premiers and governors, royal commissions, boards of inquiry, wills and probates and more. ‘Holdings’ refers to the totality of archival records (regardless of format) in the custody or under the control of the Archives. It does not include temporary records. 'Disposal’ relates to the quantity of archival records de-accessioned during the reporting period. This does not include destruction of time-expired temporary records or transfer of records to other Archives An ‘item’ is a single record keeping unit, which exists as a discrete entity. Among other things, an item might be: - A group of pages fastened together to form a file - A single volume, card, map, plan, photograph, film, sound recording, computer tape or other document. Figures on the number of items may be estimates only.     Records transferred to PROV custody CSV   2014-12-22T14:06:00.205918     Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International
1151 PROV Historic Plans Collection 1836-1984 Public Records Office Victoria   2014-12-22T15:31:36.114829 2015-11-25T23:25:31.568581 The 'Historic Plans Collection' was gathered together by the Lands Department as a collation of important early survey work done in Victoria. The plans are organised into 48 collections based on their purpose - road surveys, surveys of the coast and rivers, mining locations and so on. This dataset contains all the metadata that we have about the plans, including title, date, and frequently notes on scale, features and the surveyor responsible. The data includes names of parishes and townships each plan covers. This information can be geocoded using data maintained on by the Department of Primary Industries.     Historic Plans Collection 1836-1984 CSV   2014-12-22T13:55:46.244280     Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International
1174 PROV VPRS 515/P1 Central Register of Male Prisoners Public Records Office Victoria   2014-12-22T15:31:24.668706 2015-11-25T23:25:09.356571 The history of those sentenced to custody in Melbourne-area prisons, including Pentridge, the Collingwood Stockade and the prison hulks, was detailed in 'central' registers of male and female prisoners. The prison registers list crimes and sentences, frequently include photographs of the prisoner and record notes on their time in custody. Well-known figures such as Ned Kelly and Squizzy Taylor are recorded in these volumes. These registers have been digitised and indexes to the prisoners are being compiled by PROV volunteers. The data indexed from the male registers (VPRS 515) includes the prisoner name and number and a reference to the digital image available on PROV's website.     VPRS 515/P1 Central Register of Male Prisoners CSV   2014-12-22T13:59:26.428692     Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International
1175 PROV Index to Wills, Probate and Administration Records 1841-2009 Public Records Office Victoria   2014-12-22T15:31:47.407541 2015-11-25T23:25:20.843223 This data was largely compiled by volunteers working with the Genealogical Society of Utah as part of a project to digitise Victorian probate records for the nineteenth and first part of the twentieth century. Later data was compiled by staff of the Supreme Court of Victoria. This data can be used to identify particular records held by Public Record Office Victoria as well as the basis of statistical research.     Index to Wills, Probate and Administration Records 1841-2009 CSV   2014-12-22T13:50:24.796748     Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International