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Acknowledgements from King Plates: A History of Aboriginal Gorgets by Jakelin Troy (1993)

Many people, institutions and organisations helped in the writing and production of this book. Sincere thanks are offered to Peter Aitken (Australian War Memorial), Jacqueline G Beevers (British Library), Ysola Best (Kombumerri Aboriginal Corporation for Culture), Lesley Broomfield (Australian Museum), Phillip Clarke (South Australian Museum), Sylvia Carr (National Library of Australia), Corinne Collins (National Library of Australia), Helen Cooke (prehistorian), Michael O'Hanlon (Museum of Mankind, London), Kaye Dal Bon (former Director of the National Museum of Australia), Stephanie Haygarth (Aboriginal Studies Press), Kate Irvine (Mitchell Library), Amanda Johnson (National Parks and Wildlife Service, Mudgee), David Kaus (National Museum of Australia), Ron Lampert (Australian Museum), Michael McInerney (Polocara Station, Tilpa), Zoe MacKenzie Smith (Powerhouse Museum), Julie Marcus (National Museum of Australia), Betty Meehan (Australian Heritage Commission), Bill Murray (Erambie Cultural Centre), Helen Morgan (Museum of Victoria), Joan Nichols (Wellington Historical Society), Shirley Purchase (editor), Geoff Smith (Bathurst District Historical Society), Bill Southwell (State Library of New South Wales), Luke Taylor (National Museum of Australia), Shirley Troy (ethnographer).

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