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Appendix 5 - Outward Loans 2004-2005

New and renewed outward loans

Art Gallery of New South Wales: 10 bark paintings, two by Jimmy Midjawmidjaw, one by Dick Nguleingulei Murrumurru, two by Lofty Bardayal Nadjamerrek, three by Paddy Compass Namatbara, one by Bod Wanurr Namundja and one unknown for display in the exhibition Crossing Country.

Australian National Maritime Museum (extension): postcards, photographs and menu for display in temporary exhibition.

Australian Stockman's Hall of Fame (extension): Dhava Singh's hawker's wagon and seven blacksmithing tools for exhibition at the Australian Stockman's Hall of Fame, Longreach, Queensland.

Buku-Larrngay Mulka Centre (extension): bark painting by Birigidji for display.

Historic Houses Trust of New South Wales (extension): opium kit, smoking pipe and tobacco tins for display in the travelling exhibition, Drugs.

Menmuny Museum (extension): message stick, shield, stone knife and boomerang for exhibition at the Menmuny Museum, Queensland.

National Capital Authority (extension): OPH commemorative cup and saucer.

National Gallery of Australia (extension): Bark painting Tree Spirit and fish sculpture for display in the travelling exhibition No Ordinary Place: The Art of David Malangi, at the Queensland Art Gallery, Flinders University Art Museum, Museums and Art Galleries of the Northern Territory.

National Trust of Queensland (extension): Endeavour anchor for exhibition at the James Cook Historical Museum, Queensland.

Queensland Museum: replica of Joe Byrne armour, display case for armour for display in a temporary exhibition.

West, Emma: violin from the AE Smith Collection for routine practice and performance.

Western Australian Maritime Museum (extension): stream anchor from Mathew Flinders' ship Investigator for display at the Western Australian Maritime Museum.

Ongoing outward loans

Australian National Maritime Museum: Endeavour cannon and trolley.

Australian National University, School of Archaeology and Anthropology: skeletal material on loan for research purposes.

Australian Prospectors and Miners Hall of Fame: 64 mineral samples.

Australian War Memorial: three objects for exhibition in the South African War Gallery at the Australian War Memorial, Canberra.

Great Cobar Heritage Centre: two clubs and a shield for display at the Great Cobar Heritage Centre, New South Wales.

Queensland Museum, Cobb & Co Branch: Cobb & Co Coach no. 112 for display at the Cobb & Co Museum, Queensland.