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Memento : Issue 24
September 2003 MEMENTO 13 Archives At the Sydney launch of an ABC radio play and Archives website on Wolf Klaphake (left to right): Van Klaphake, Zita Klaphake, Dr Klaus Neumann, Director-General Ross Gibbs and Dr Roland Goll, Director Goethe-Institut. (See pp. 14--15 for the story on Wolf Klaphake.) Noted archaeologist and author Professor John Mulvaney of the Australian National University debated whether Australia is 'Still the Lucky Country?'. Read the transcript of his talk on our website at www.naa.gov.au/exhibitions/events/mulvaney. Pictured at the opening of the exhibition From the Steps of Bonegilla are (left to right): Tamara Makeev, Larissa Trizna, Tamara Trizna, Maria Stetkeuych, Irene Forostenko and Aleksandra Krywoshiya. Alek Lyras tells Ilse Kasprick about his days in the Bonegilla basketball team. Jazz guitarist George Golla came to Australia from war-torn Poland in 1950. George spoke at the Archives in Canberra about his memories of Bonegilla Migrant Hostel, his experiences as a migrant, and his 50-year career as a jazz guitarist, including collaborations with Don Burrows.