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• Friday, May 25th, 2012

An exhibition of artworks, artefacts, manuscripts, books and photographs celebrating the 150th anniversary of Stuart crossing the continent is being held in the RGSSA library. Most of these items are not normally available for view.


They are on display in the beautiful Mortlock wing of the State Library complex, North Terrace, Adelaide. To get to the rooms of the Royal Geographical Society South Australian branch (RGSSA) you pass through the magnificent Mortlock library, heading to the southern end of the second floor – this precinct is heritage and culture at its peak!

Open from 1 May to 31 October 2012.

Opening hours: 10.00am to 1.00 pm Tuesday to Friday.

For more details visit

http://www.rgssa.org.au/Index.htm and http://www.rgssa.org.au/images/StuartPoster.jpg

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