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Don Dunstan's Photos: Help Us Fill in the Blanks!

Don Dunstan, a man of great political and social change, kindly donated his personal collection to the Flinders University Library. Sadly, many photos within the collection are missing full descriptions of the people or events depicted. In 2021, the Don Dunstan Foundation is assisting the Library to complete as many descriptions as possible. We need your help! Please come and view a display of some of these photos, be reminded of the significance of the Dunstan era, and let us know if you recognise a person, location or event within them!

Presented by Don Dunstan Foundation

When

Thu 13 May, 9.30am-4pm

Where

Lvl 1, Flinders University at Victoria Square, 182 Victoria Sq, Adelaide

Price

Free

Contact

Don Dunstan Foundation, 8313 3364, dunstan.foundation@adelaide.edu.au

Info

Family Friendly Wheelchair Access Full Toilet Facilities

Connect

https://www.dunstan.org.au/

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