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Rotating exhibitions at the LibraryMuseum and Lavington Library showcase various aspects of the collection and the many stories it tells. Explore our selection of past exhibitions that present the region’s diverse history.

Capturing Charlie

This exhibition tells the story of this cultural icon through the collection of Chaplin enthusiast Paddy MacDonald. Featuring posters, postcards, stamps, cigarette cards, magazines, books, dolls, and original artwork.

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Many Roads

Exploring the various career pathways of AlburyCity staff

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From Paris to Albury

Using a collection of spectacular couture gowns donated to the collection by Vie Hawkins, this interactive exhibition examines regional Australia and high fashion from the 1960s.

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Family Business

This exhibition showcases four families who have all impacted the city in their own way: the Farrah, Lee Tet, Knight and Dallinger families.

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Cheers! The hidden history of Albury’s Vineyards

This exhibition explored Albury’s unique wine history, the impact this had on the region and its part in Australia’s wine development.

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Consequences explores the aftermath of the First World War on Albury and surrounding communities.

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Turning the Sod: Building the Hume Dam

Constructed over a 17-year period between 1919 and 1936, the Hume Dam is an icon of the Albury-Wodonga region.

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Open Up and Say Aaaagh

This exhibition celebrated the 150th Anniversary of the Albury Base Hospital in 2011.

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Come together at the library

Borrow from our collections of books, DVDs, e-books and magazines; browse the internet on our computers, access free wifi, attend exciting exhibitions and programs, and meet up with friends for a coffee at Retro Lane Café.

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