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Memento : Issue 25
January 2004 MEMENTO 13 Archives Celebrating the launch of our guides with Frank Moorhouse were (left to right): Michael Body (great-grandson of PM George Reid), Lara Bredikhina and Jessie Deakin Clarke (granddaughter of PM Alfred Deakin). Visitors were keen to examine original records on display on Open Day at our Chester Hill repository in Sydney last September. Keen genealogists flocked to our stand at the inaugural South Australian Family History Fair last October, where they were ably assisted by Jan Hall from our Adelaide office. Seated from centre to right: Jan Fullerton, Director-General, National Library of Australia, Senator the Hon. Rod Kemp, Minister for the Arts and Sport, Nelly Siegmund, Territory Director, ACT & Regions, Department of Immigration and Multicultural and Indigenous Affairs, Maggie Shapley, Acting Assistant Director-General, Public and Reader Services, National Archives of Australia, with recipients of the 2003 Community Heritage Grants. At the launch of our guides on Prime Ministers archives at Parliament House were (left to right): former President of the Senate the Hon. Margaret Reid, our Director-General Ross Gibbs, Minister for the Arts and Sport Senator the Hon. Rod Kemp, author Frank Moorhouse who launched the guides, and Senator the Hon. John Faulkner, a member of our Advisory Council.