2018 Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Radiologists: 'Trainor Owen Archive' Significance Assessment Compactus with archive boxes housing manuscript records. The archive consists of 48 meters of manuscript documents; 30 meters of slides, photographs and equipment; and, a significant library collection of some 68 metres of books, largely related to radiology. These have been catalogued under the headings of “Personality Collections”, “Personality Series”, “Small Object Collection”, “HB Series” and a general “Series” listing. EducationHealthInstitutionalSydney - InnerHeritage AssessmentHistoryArchival RecordingLiving History Authors: Dr Sue Rosen, Christine Yeats & Liz Gorman Client: Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Radiologists. Sue Rosen Associates were commissioned by the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Radiologists to assess the cultural significance of the Trainor Owen Archive of historic documents, pertaining to the College and the history of Radiology in Australia and New Zealand. After extensive investigation, we determined that the Trainor Owen Archive has national significance. It has a very high level of historic significance and its ongoing research value is considerable. The collection documents the history of both radiology in Australia and New Zealand as well as that of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Radiologists during its 51 years of operation. It also documents the achievements of individual endeavours in the field of radiology over an extended period.