Plomley 92: The Breastplate of Geeagong Caroline Webber 99: Wanted [Percy Leasons paintings of Victorian Aboriginal People] 99:9 Exhibitions [Les Sauvages de la Mer Pacific - Art Gallery of NSW, Sydney, & National Gallery of Australia, Canberra The World Turned Upside Down, Australia 1788-1830 - National Library of Australia, Canberra] 00: Julius Hogarth - Behind the Shop Front - Part 2 The Second and Third Bankruptcies John Hawkins 00: The Aboriginal Breastplate of Bobbey, c.1835 Peter R.Sinfield 97: Irrawang, Regentville and pioneer historical archaeology in Australia John Wade 05: Kevin Fahy AM (1932-2007) John Wade 07: Architecture Fitzroy Terrace.
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