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Memento : Issue 31
28 NATIONAL ARCHIVES OF AUSTRALIA Former Prime Minister Gough Whitlam answers questions from the media at the launch of the 1975 Cabinet records. Mr Whitlam spoke about the dismissal of his government, his decision to appoint Bill Hayden as Treasurer, and the actions of his ministers Jim Cairns and Rex Connor over the loans affair. The 1975 Cabinet records can be viewed online at our website: www.naa.gov.au . David Wardle, Director of Territory Records, with National Archives’ Tikka Wilson and historian Lenore Coltheart, at the launch of the ACT component of the Documenting a Democracy website in late 2005. Documenting a Democracy presents the 110 key documents that tell the story of our nation and is the outcome of a partnership between the National Archives and the eight state and territory archives. Visit the Documenting a Democracy website at foundingdocs.gov.au . Senator the Hon. Rod Kemp, Minister for the Arts and Sport (right), officially launched our Vrroom website in Canberra (pictured here with Director-General Ross Gibbs). Vrroom is a new, fun way to use records from the National Archives collection. Visit vrroom.naa.gov.au She didn’t bring along her blonde headed stompie wompie real gone surfer boy, but Little Pattie entertained 150 guests at the official launch of our Summers Past exhibition in Canberra. The exhibition features beautiful colour photographs of those hot days in the sun in the 1950s and 1960s. See story on page 26. FACES AT THE ARCHIVES Photo:JennieEverartCourtesyTerritoryRecordsOffice&seventy8photographyPhoto:AlisonGoodwinPhoto:JennieEverart