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A few of our favourite things: Treasures from the Collections of the State Library of South Australia

BY State Library of South Australia | 06-Sep-2016
Did you know that the State Library of South Australia has over 50 kilometres of storage? It’s filled with material from all over the world - from Antarctica to Ethiopia, from Glenelg to Hindley Street. Join us as we share with you some of our favourite treasures from our collections in this new free exhibition - A few of our favourite things. Discover the intriguing stories behind the corset, a mud brick from Ur, a piece of hide from Governor Hindmarsh's cow and many more of our favourite things. @SLSA
Venue: State Library of South Australia
Address: Corner North Terrace and Kintore Avenue, Adelaide, Australia
Date: On display until 5 February 2017
Time: Treasures Wall display open Library open hours and Institute Building display open 10am - 5pm daily (closed public holidays)
Ticket: Free entry
Web: http://www.slsa.sa.gov.au/favouritethings
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EMail: slsamarketing@sa.gov.au
Call: 8207 7250
Did you know that the State Library of South Australia has over 50 kilometres of storage? It’s filled with material from all over the world - from Antarctica to Ethiopia, from Glenelg to Hindley Street.

It is no surprise that State Library staff have an intimate knowledge of our collections, but that doesn’t stop each of us having one or two, or three or four, of our favourite things.

Join us as we share with you some of our favourite treasures from our collections in this new free exhibition - A few of our favourite things.

Discover the intriguing stories behind the corset, a mud brick from Ur, a piece of hide from Governor Hindmarsh's cow and many more of our favourite things.

On display in the Treasures Wall, Institute Building and Mortlock Wing.