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29 November 2017


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Thanks for the clarification Phil - all understood.

It's not actually being removed Peter, it's just being left to gather dust on the Museum's storage shelves with no one actively curating it.

What worries me the most is the fate of the iconic Pacific Gallery now that no one with the right expertise will be looking after it.

It was actually the PNG collection that was in the South Australian Museum in the late 1950's that first wet my appetite in relation to PNG. The fact that it is being removed and totally done away with if that is as Phil says, is just another nail in the coffin of the inept South Australian Government as far as I am concerned

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