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E C O R D S T E R R I T O R YR 3March 2002 NEW ACCESSIONS - GARDENING IN THE TROPICS NTRS 1974, Darwin Garden Club, Album No 2, Item No 12, Darwin Garden Club 25th birthday, 12 August 1983, President Gayle Mc Quinn on left and 3 life members, from left - Nancy Eddy, Vera Graham, Margaret Widdup FROM SCANDINAVIA TO DARWIN In January the NTAS and other Archives around the country experienced a visit of a different kind when 27 archivists from Denmark, Sweden and Norway came to our shores. Staff found themselves not only advising about the NTAS, but also giving an introduction to Australia as the visitors arrived in steamy Darwin direct from the deep winter of Scandinavia. We were most impressed with the enthusiasm and resilience of the group considering it had just stepped off the plane into oppressive build-up weather at the time. We understand that the study tour, led by Birgitte Dedenroth-Schou and Jorgen Dieckmann Rasmussen, continued a very successful journey to Alice Springs, Sydney, Canberra and Melbourne where they experienced more of the joys of Australian archivy. NTRS 1974, Darwin Garden Club, Album No1, Item No 19, Darwin & Nightcliff Garden Clubs fl oral and garden display pamphlet, 1965 Greg Coleman, Director NTAS, with the archivists from Scandinavia in the NTAS search room
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