John Mulvaney's suitcase

An open suitcase with metal clasps at the front, a worn handle and reinforced corners.
The suitcase owned by John Mulvaney, that was used to transport the remains of a human cremation from Lake Mungo to Canberra in 1969. National Museum of Australia. Photo: Jason McCarthy.

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