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Memento : Issue 24
12 MEMENTO News from the National Archives at the Researcher Thelma Hogan was awarded the Centenary of Federation Medal for services in preserving local history. Thelma used our records to help reconstruct a memorial to World War I servicemen from the Wynnum-Manly area. She thanked Archives staff at a morning tea held for her in our Brisbane office. Garry Woodard, our 2002 Frederick Watson Fellow and a Senior Fellow in the Department of Politics at the University of Melbourne, gave a public lecture on his research on Australia's involvement in the Vietnam War. The transcript is on our website at www.naa.gov.au/about_us/ watson_woodard.doc. Detlev Lueth (National Museum of Australia) and Angeletta Leggio (National Gallery of Victoria), two of the organisers of the PHOTON workshop on conservation methods held at the National Archives in Canberra. faces Capacity audiences flocked to the Archives in Canberra to hear Emeritus Professor Donald Horne tell us how Australia has changed since he wrote The Lucky Country in 1964.