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Appendix 5: Outward loans

New and renewed outward loans

Art Gallery of Ballarat: cartoon titled 'The Mongolian octopus — His grip on Australia' for display in the In Your Face: Cartoons about politics and society 1760–2010 exhibition.

Australian Centre for the Moving Image: Playschool 'Rocket clock' with Taj Mahal diorama for display in the Moving Worlds exhibition.

Australian Tennis Museum (extension): Evonne Goolagong Cawley's tennis jacket and racquet, 1974 Wimbledon Ladies' Doubles tennis trophy, Victor A Edwards Tennis School trophy, Federation Cup tennis trophy for display in the Heroes of Tennis exhibition at the Australian Tennis Centre.

Australian War Memorial (extension): mealie spoon, metal blade with barb, and spatulate metal blade for display in the South African War Gallery.

Bradman Museum (extension): Edgar Mayne's 1912 Australian Test cricket cap for display in The Baggy Green: The Pride, Passion and History of Australia's Sporting Icon exhibition.

Canberra Museum and Gallery: Richard Hollis & Sons percussion pistol used by Frank Gardiner for display in the Caught in the ACT exhibition.

Cootamundra Heritage Centre (extension): Walter Hardy dray harness and wire horse frame for display in the Cootamundra Heritage Centre exhibition.

Historic Houses Trust of New South Wales: cupboard, rake, spade, eggslice, shovel, billy can, food cover, cooking pot, pan, soap holder, pannikin and toy tractor for display in the Skint! Making Do in the Great Depression exhibition at the Museum of Sydney.

The Jam Factory: batik wall hanging, skirt, five scarves, tapestry wall hanging, woollen rug, photograph, pastel drawing, vase, fabric pieces and two acrylic paintings for display in the Nyukana Baker: A Retrospective exhibition.

Macleay Museum: spear-thrower, headband, ornamental shoulder band, emu plume ornament, two baskets and two clubs for display in the Makarr-garma: Aboriginal Collections from a Yolngu Perspective exhibition at the University of Sydney.

National Capital Authority (extension): Old Parliament House commemorative cup and saucer for display in the Regatta Point exhibition.

National Portrait Gallery: photograph of Lilian Faithfull and William Anderson, and Faithfull family photograph album for display in the Husbands and Wives: Photographic Portraits from the 19th Century exhibition.

Powerhouse Museum: Aboriginal breastplate inscribed 'Coomee/Last of Her Tribe/ EM 1909' for display in the Yinalung Yenu exhibition; 'No dam what it means' advertising poster, Bob Brown's beanie, 'Hiroshima never again' poster, Retreat from Kirribilli and Anybank sculptures, Kerry Packer and Malcolm Fraser sculptures, Azaria Chamberlain's black dress and red booties, two bottles of Franklin River and Lake Pedder water, and 'Vote for the Franklin' political poster for display in The 1980s Are Back exhibition.

Queensland Conservatorium Research Centre: painted scroll titled Harvest of Endurance: A History of the Chinese in Australia 1788–1988 for display in the Encounters III: Meetings between Australia and China exhibition.

Royal Historical Society of Victoria: presentation trowel and box, pocket watch and photograph for display in The Centenary of Flinders Street Railway Station exhibition.

South Australian Maritime Museum (extension): Lloyd-Creak dip circle, fluxgate magnetometer system and Helmholtz coil for display in the Quest for the South Magnetic Pole travelling exhibition at the Museum of Tropical Queensland, Australian National Maritime Museum, National Archives of Australia, and Warrnambool Art Gallery.

Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery (extension): fibre basket decorated with shells and made by Muriel Maynard for display in the Tayenebe: Tasmanian Aboriginal Women's Fibre Work exhibition.

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