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Appendix 4 - Inward loans

Inward loans extended between 1 July 2005 and 30 June 2006


Anderson, Darryl
: pannikins, tin plates, metal forks, bone-handled knives, dessert spoons, serving spoon, sharpening steel, bridle billy with leather cover, quart pot with cup and leather cover, quart pot with leather cover, improvised pannikin and billy, beef billy, bedourie oven and carbide lamp for display in the Nation gallery.

Anthropology Museum, University of Queensland: surveyor's false horizon used by William Landsborough for display in the Nation gallery.

Archives Office of Tasmania: convict petition book and convict record form for Catherine Driscoll for display in the Horizons gallery.

Atkins, Robert: Guide to Camping in Turkey for display in the Nation gallery.

Australian Army Museum of Military Engineering: plane table, plane table map, prismatic compass, surveyor's plane table and box, Abney level, and bank of aneroid barometers for display in the Nation gallery.

Australian Hydrographic Office: parallel rule and set of station pointers for display in the Nation gallery.

Australian Sugar Industry Museum: two cane-cutting tools for display in the Paipa gallery.

Australian War Memorial: muskets, bayonet, sword, carbine, rifle, and revolvers for display in the First Australians gallery.

Barlow, Angus Alexander and Roberts, Belinda Gwyn: book, An Epic of the Outback, by AA Barlow, for display in the Nation gallery.

Baum, Tina: children's book, How to Do Aboriginal Art, by Marianne Porteners, for display in the Nation gallery.

Berry and District Historical Society: Thomas Greer's headstone for display in the Horizons gallery.

Brown, Gordon: Archimedes drill, box of drill bits, letter-cutting hammer, and three lettering chisels for display in the Nation gallery.

Castlemaine Art Gallery and Historical Society: Cobb & Co. lamp and revolver used by Mathew Howard for display in the Nation gallery.

Collingwood Football Club: cap belonging to Bob Rush and Len Thompson's football jumper for display in the Nation gallery.

Country Women's Association of Western Australia: CWA Cookery Book and Household Hints (1937 edition) for display in the Eternity gallery.

Donovan, Brenda: blazer and tie for display in the First Australians gallery.

Doru, Joyce: letter on 'Red Cross Message' letterhead for display in the Eternity gallery.

Dunlop, Adi: beanie for display in the Eternity gallery.

D'Urso, Roseanne: Mario Sardi's internment diary (1942) for display in the Horizons gallery.

Freeman, Julie: child's suitcase and Forget-me-nots artwork installation for display in the First Australians gallery.

Geoscience Australia: gypsum crystal specimen for display in the Old New Land gallery.

Hansen, Guy: one dollar note for display in the Nation gallery.

Hiddins, Major Les: .44 Smith & Wesson revolver and holster for display in the Nation gallery.

Horak, Olga: Exodus (1965), sculpture by Olga Horak, for display in the Eternity gallery.

Le, Tan: Young Australian of the Year Award 1998 for display in the Eternity gallery.

McEvoy, Lois: tea caddy, ceramic Buddha and plaque for display in the Horizons gallery.

Martin, Jesse: Cape Horn navigation chart used in Martin's 1990 global circumnavigation for display in the Eternity gallery.

Milne, Tessa: Federation flag incorporating portraits of the Earl of Hopetoun and Queen Victoria, two framed pieces of Federation bunting, two Federation medals and Federation silver teaspoon for display in the Nation gallery.

Murray, John: 1916 Anzac Day Program (Serapeum, Egypt) and two First World War silk handkerchiefs for display in the Nation gallery.

National Gallery of Australia: Ngaralla, Echidna, sculpture by Charlie Rurrkula for display in the Old New Land gallery.

Newcastle Regional Museum: football cap worn by Stan Carpenter in 1909 and football cap worn by Wally Prigg (1929–1939) for display in the Nation gallery.

Nicol, Helen: blanket for display in the First Australians gallery.

Northcliffe Pioneer Museum: saw and spoon for display in the Horizons gallery.

Perry, Matt: part of Stinson aeroplane wing for display in the Eternity gallery.

Powerhouse Museum: brick mound for display in the Horizons gallery.

Powerhouse Museum: four Vegemite jars and drinking glass for display in the Nation gallery.

Pryce, Graham: FX Holden hubcap, grille emblem and horn button for display in the Nation gallery.

Quayle, Simon: Bali tour T-shirt for display in the Eternity gallery.

Rees, Peter: 'Who killed Juanita?' badge and Now or Never newsletter (1975) for display in the Eternity gallery.

Royal Geographical Society of Queensland Inc.: camera lucida (drawing aid) and drawing box for display in the Nation gallery.

Ryan, Jenny: Methodist Church Far West Mission cookbook for display in the Nation gallery.

Sargent, Skye: Lets Go Europe 2000, '87th Anniversary Anzac Day' Fez Travel Network T-shirt, Anzac Day Gallipoli T-shirt, and 'Order of service', Anzac Day, Gallipoli, 2002, for display in the Nation gallery.

South Australian Maritime Museum: playing cards, ashtray, silver bowl, coffee pot, cup, lid, plate, and platter for display in the Nation gallery.

South Australian Museum: rabbit-tail apron for the Old New Land gallery.

Sydney Harbour Foreshore Authority: thimbles, pins, buttons, marbles, glass lens, slate pencils, glazed earthenware cup and saucer, lead game piece, coins, carved bone handle, wooden dominoes, 'Pearlware' teacup, base of ginger beer bottle, dice, 'Harvest Pattern' mug, transfer printed plate with 'Eton' scene, tobacco pipe bowl, tobacco pipe bowl and stem, and gold and enamel earring for display in the Horizons gallery.

Tart, Ian: inscribed plate for display in the Horizons gallery.

The Australian National University (Department of Archaeology and Natural History, Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies): three notebooks by Gurdup Singh, pollen samples and pollen trap for display in the Old New Land gallery.

Van Reyk, Paul: handwritten recipe book for display in the Nation gallery.

Van Rijn, Catherine: German Road Map of Europe (1987) for display in the Nation gallery.

Vision Australia: evening bag for display in the Eternity gallery.

Wehner, Kirsten: five issues of Salt magazine (1943–1945), pamphlet '20 Plans Brick Veneer', and book Australian Home Carpentry Illustrated, for display in the Nation gallery.

Western Australian Maritime Museum: four coins, sounding lead and astrolabe for display in the Horizons gallery.

Western Australian Museum: mummified thylacine head (Thylacinus cynocephalus) from Mur-el Elyen Cave, Nullarbor, for display in the Old New Land gallery.

Youl, John: set of medals and photograph for display in the Old New Land gallery.

New inward loans between 1 July 2005 and 30 June 2006

Adams, Phillip: ceramic sculpture, Norm, from Life. Be in it.™ for display in the Nation gallery.

Art Gallery of New South Wales: turtle shell mask for display in the Dhari a Krar exhibition.

Art Gallery of South Australia: Bridal Holden (1977) and FJ Holden Pretending to be an Australian Native Porcupine (1982), sculptures by Margaret Dodd, for display in the Nation gallery.

Australian Museum: turtle shell mask and headdress for display in the Dhari a Krar exhibition.

Australian National Maritime Museum: dhari/dhibal headdress by Charles Warusam for display in the Dhari a Krar exhibition.

Australian Racing Museum: Melbourne Cup (1952) won by Dalray for display in the Nation gallery.

Beachley, Layne: surfboard, bikini and World Championship Trophy for display in the Nation gallery.

Bennett, Stan: FX–FJ car owners' club sign,
LP records, GMH commemorative paperweight, plaque and Holden badges for display in the Nation gallery.

Cairns Regional Gallery: dance mask and raindancer dhibal by Edrick Tabuai and linocut print by Alick Tipoti for display in the Dhari a Krar exhibition.

Flying Fruit Fly Circus: trapeze for display in the Eternity gallery.

Fox, Rodney: great white shark jaw for display in the Eternity gallery.

Fraser, Neale: Australian Davis Cup blazer, miniature Davis Cup (1959) and Davis Cup trophy (1986) for display in the Nation gallery.

Garrett, Geoff: macadamia drying boxes and macadamia nuts for display in the Nation gallery.

Geoscience Australia: ten mineral specimens for display in the Nation gallery.

Goolarri Media Enterprises: twelve business, training and media awards for display in the First Australians gallery.

Gwynne, Shirley and Laurie: small sherry glass for display in the Eternity gallery.

Hahndorf Academy: wooden yoke, hymn book, nails, Deutsch biscuit, prayer booklets, fresh egg basket and Lutheran newspaper for display in the Horizons gallery.

Hay Gaol Museum: carved wooden box for display in the Horizons gallery.

Irwin, Ian: seven Ford car part accessories for display in the Nation gallery.

McConachie, Ian: macadamia harvester and historic macadamia tins for display in the Nation gallery.

McConnel, David: miniature portrait of Mary McConnel by Bessie Gibson in leather case for display in the Eternity gallery.

McGrath, Vic: turtle shell mask for display in the Dhari a Krar exhibition.

Macleay Museum, University of Sydney: turtle shell mask, two headdresses and seven ornaments for display in the 'Dhari a Krar' exhibition.

Melbourne Football Club: signed Melbourne Football Club Hall of Fame football and Melbourne v Carlton perpetual trophy for display in the Nation gallery.

Monash University Museum of Art: Holden Park 1 & 2, photographic work by Robert Rooney, for display in the Nation gallery.

Morris, Louise: Ashes letter opener for display in the Nation gallery.

Museum Victoria: parking meter for display in the Nation gallery.

National Archives of Australia: two handprints and two certificates for display in the Horizons gallery.

National Film and Sound Archive: FJ Holden badge and two posters for display in the Nation gallery.

National Gallery of Australia: dance mask by Ken Thaiday Snr and headdress by Gabriel Banu for display in the Dhari a Krar exhibition.

National Library of Australia: replica copper plate of the original Vlamingh plate left on Dirk Hartog Island by Willem De Vlamingh, William Dampier's mariner callipers, portrait of William Dampier by Edmund Dyer, and copperplate engravings from Banks' Florilegium for display in the Horizons gallery.

National Trust of Australia (New South Wales): Barbelle, painting by J Fowles (1870), mounted horse hoof 'Nellie' (1878), and 'The Sydney Gold Cup' (about 1870) for display in the Hall.

Performing Arts Museum: pair of Dame Edna Everage's spectacles for display in the Nation gallery.

Powerhouse Museum: Annette Kellerman swimming costumes for display in the Eternity gallery.

Pryce, Graham: Holden catalogue, sales brochures and 'Car of Choice Award 1998' for display in the Nation gallery.

Rayment, Charlie: surcingle, collar and hames, and straps for display in the Old New Land gallery.

Schneider, Paul: collection of AFL football cards for display in the Nation gallery.

Sear, Martha: framed certificate and silver medal from Exhibition of Women's Industries Sydney (1888), and the Bulletin (1888) for display in the Nation gallery.

Shephard, Denis: cream can and butter pats for display in the Nation gallery.

Stafford, Alan: model car, two magazines and one pamphlet for display in the Nation gallery.

State Library of New South Wales: dress sword and telescope belonging to Captain James Cook, cabin tea caddy, silver caddy spoon and shore-bearing plate for display in the Horizons gallery.

Taylor, Peter: 'Oppy' brand Malvern Star bicycle and BSA Cycling Catalogue for display in the Nation gallery.

Tuqiri, Lote: Dally Messenger medal, two rugby jerseys and football boots for display in the Nation gallery.


People of the Cedar

Australian Museum: three masks,box with woven lid, spoon, rattle, chief's frontlet,blanket cloak, adze and basket.

Global Arts Projects Pty Ltd: carved and painted cedar totem pole.

Museum Victoria: two masks and a container.

National Gallery of Australia: feast dish, spoon, bowls, A-B halibut hook, box sides, miniature totem pole, shamanistic group, plaques and rattle.


Cook's Pacific Encounters

Australian Museum: Resolution and Adventure medal (1772) and collecting bottle (vasculum) attributed to either Joseph Banks or Daniel Solander.

National Herbarium of New South Wales: Grevillea pteridifolia specimen collected by Joseph Banks and Daniel Solander from the Endeavour River in 1770.

National Library of Australia: John Hamilton Mortimer, oil on canvas, Captain James Cook, Sir Joseph Banks, Lord Sandwich, Dr Daniel Solander and Dr John Hawkesworth (1771); William Hodges, oil on canvas, View from Point Venus, Island of Otaheite (about 1774); four eighteenth-century publications relating to Cook's Pacific voyages.

National Portrait Gallery: John Webber, oil on canvas, Portrait of James Cook, 1782.

Private collection: marble bust of Captain James Cook, by Augustin Pajou, 1788.

State Library of New South Wales: invoice received by Joseph Banks, inclinometer or gunner's quadrant, ivory scale rule, sextant, parallel rules brass instrument and station pointer.


The Beaded Links

Debayo, Jumoke: a beaded dress from Queen Elizabeth II, and nine seventeenth-century paintings, The Stations of the Cross.


Miss Australia

Baker, Steve: embroidered apron and piano roll.

Bruce, Gabrielle: Miss Australia Awards enamelled metal badge and Young Australian of the Year Awards 2000 certificate.

Dahya, Kevin: Beryl Mills's Miss Australia trophy (1926).

Geppert, Judith: Miss Australia Quest invitations and program for the 40th Anniversary Miss Australia Awards 1994.

Hay, Kathryn: white skirt suit, doll and sash.

Jensen, Sophie: drinks tray and two pamphlets.

Lumley, Caroline: dress, door plate, postcard, card and stationery, Miss Australia 1988 sash, Miss Western Suburbs 1988 sash, Miss New South Wales 1988 sash and black gloves.

Moody, Vonnie: ostrich feather cape, Miss Tasmania sash, Miss Australia sash, Australian flag with 'Miss Australia' embroidery, diary and ceremonial keys to Atlantic City.

Primmer-Dell, Sheree: Miss Australia Award 2000.

Rodgers, Brad: Miss Australia National Fundraiser Award.

Scope Victoria Ltd: four metal hand splints, two metal leg callipers and two boots.

Spastic Centre of New South Wales: two sets of callipers and Miss Australia pen.

Walters, Geraldine: Miss Australia bumper sticker.


Hickory Dickory Dock

Australian Broadcasting Corporation: Play School's 'Little Ted'.