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[Boomerang decorated with paintings of an emu, kookaburra, sailing ship, koala and a kangaroo] [realia]
Bib ID 580161
Format ObjectObject [realia]
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Description 1951 
1 boomerang : wood ; length 64 cm. 
Notes

Title devised by cataloguer.

Made and painted by Lake Tyers Aborigines.

Accompanied by an envelope inscribed: The Prime Minister of Australia, for delivery by Commonwealth jubilee celebrations cyclist - courier to ... Federal Parliament House, Canberra, Australia.

Also available online http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-135729697

Subjects Boomerangs.  |  Aboriginal Australians -- Victoria -- Tyers, Lake, Region.  |  Australia -- Anniversaries, etc.
Form/genre Boomerangs.
Exhibited Exhibited: "Nation", National Museum of Australia, commencing 11 March 2001. 

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