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Memento : Issue 23
11 may 2003 memento The worn leather briefcase, mono- grammed with Holt's initials, contains items which are both ordinary and intriguing -- tortoiseshell hairbrushes, cigars still in their cases, a set of eyeshades, his school certificate and a copy of the Charter of Algiers to name a few. You can find more information and links to this and other collections on our Australia's Prime Ministers website at primeministers.naa.gov.au. The briefcase will also feature on an online gallery celebrating the 25th anniversary of the Cultural Gifts Program later this year. More information about the program and its anniversary is available at www.dcita.gov.au/cgp. We will soon be publishing a research guide, written by Pennie Pemberton, on records about Harold Holt held in various archives, libraries and other institutions. Costing $19.95, it can be purchased online through our website, by phoning (02) 6212 3609, emailing email@example.com, or visiting one of our offices. It will also be available online on our website at www.naa.gov.au. Minister Prime Minister Holt with President Lyndon Johnson and Lady Bird Johnson during their visit to Australia. NAA: A1200, L59270 The briefcase that Prime Minister Harold Holt took to Portsea on the day he disappeared.