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This exhibition was researched and written by Dr. Barbara Lemon with substantial assistance from Georgia Moodie at the University of Melbourne. Funding was provided by the New South Wales Government Office for Women, the Australian Research Council, Monash University and the National Foundation for Australian Women. Special thanks to historian Christine Adams and to Marvis Sofield and Brian Tonkin at the Outback Archives. Many thanks also to Darriea Turley for the concept, to the Broken Hill City Council for providing accommodation and in-kind support, and to all those women who agreed to be interviewed for the project: Christine Adams, Fiona Bates, Beryl Carmichael, Barbara De Franceschi, Julie Horsburgh, Christine Landorf, Pam Lord, Mary Maguire, Katie Maxwell, Heather Powell, Muriel Riley, Bronwen Standley-Woodroffe, Darriea Turley and Margot White. Web design by Ailie Smith at the eScholarship Research Centre, University of Melbourne.

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The banner features a detail from 'Sculpture in the Sunset (Broken Hill)' and the home page features a detail from 'Enjoying a Day Off'.

Sculpture in the Sunset (Broken Hill) Enjoying a Day Off