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Memento : Issue 27
at the Archives faces at the Archives faces at the At the opening of the new reading room in North Melbourne, acting Assistant Director- General of the Archives, Maggie Shapley (left), catches up with former Director of our Melbourne office, Dr Thea Exley (see story on page 3). Spring--Summer 2004 MEMENTO 13 Education Manager, Beatrice Barnett, talks to students from the School of the Air who recently visited our Canberra building. The students were surprised to see that we held documents about their school dating back to the 1950s. Celebrating the opening of the Telstra National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art Awards Exhibition are (left to right) Geraldine Tyson, our exhibition manager, Anna Malgorzewicz, exhibition curator and Director of the Museum and Gallery of the Northern Territory, Tony Henshaw, Managing Director of Government and State Sales at Telstra, Matilda House, representative of the Ngunnawal people, our Director-General Ross Gibbs, and Franchesca Cubillo, keynote speaker and Artistic and Cultural Director of the Tandanya National Aboriginal Cultural Institute. David Swift, our Brisbane director, speaking at the opening of the Family and Local History Fair held at Mount Gravatt, Queensland on 30 May. The fair is organised by the Queensland Association of Local and Family History Societies every second year.