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    E. H. Barnden Collection: The Tin Man

    In the Depression of the early 1930’s, people came up with ways of amusing themselves and lifting their spirits. Ernest Henry Barnden used the kitchen table in the family’s slab…

  • A Dark Red Rose: Cecil Stoker

    This collection proves that it’s quite okay for a museum to steal important things for the benefit of itself and to the public, a principle espoused for centuries by such…

  • It’s Just Not Cricket

    This is a classic example of why curators should not consume copious quantities of red wine when planning an exhibition. Then again, perhaps they should. “Bizarre! That is the funniest…

  • Trickett’s Triumph

    Australia’s first World Sports Champion. On display in McCrossin’s Mill Museum is a superb marble obelisk, which was installed on the grave of Edward Trickett, an elderly gentleman who had…

  • New Gold Mountain

    The Chinese At Rocky River The Chinese artefacts from the Tingha Joss House were purchased by the Society in 1983. The original exhibition, called New Gold Mountain – Chinese at…

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    Tribute to the Anaiwan

    Indigenous Collection This rich collection of local indigenous artefacts is supplemented by a night scene diorama presenting the pre-contact existence of the Traditional Anaiwan People.

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    Thunderbolt Life and Legend

    McCrossin’s Mill Museum houses the definitive collection of artefacts connected with the legendary Gentleman Bushranger, Fred Ward aka Captain Thunderbolt. Thunderbolt … Life and Legend exhibition was designed by Peter…

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