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Memento : Issue 28
Summer--Autumn 2005 MEMENTO 15 Gardening expert, ABC radio personality and natural showman, Mark Carmody, spoke about 'veggie gardening' to a full house at the Archives in September. Mark had been so popular in 2003, we immediately booked him for Speaker's Corner in 2004. Attending the launch of our most recent co-publication, John Curtin: Guide to Archives of Australia's Prime Ministers, at the John Curtin Prime Ministerial Library in Perth (left to right) Professor Geoffrey Bolton, JCMPL Collections Librarian Lesley Wallace (co-author), National Archives Director-General Ross Gibbs, JCMPL Historical Consultant David Black (co-author), JCPML Director Imogen Galner, Vice-Chancellor of Curtin University of Technology Professor Lance Twomey. Photographer: Hans Versluis. Celebrating the launch of the Archives' Our history website launch were Assistant Director-General Anne Lyons and Jen Ford, Assistant Director, Access and Communication, from our Perth office. Don Watson, former prime ministerial speechwriter, talked about the decay of public language to an interested Speaker's Corner audience at the Archives in Canberra last October. at the Archives faces at the Archives faces at the Curator Philip Jones and Chair of Visions Australia Bill Bleathman spoke at the Archives' exhibition opening of The Policeman's Eye: Frontier Photography of Paul Foelsche in November. The exhibition is open in Canberra until 6 February.