Join Frank Bongiorno, Associate Professor, School of History, Australian National University to delve into the lives of the Denmans and explore a fascinating period of Australian history.
This public event is related to the Gallery's current exhibition Peace, Love and World War: The Denmans, 1910-1917, Empire and Australia.
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Peace, Love and World War: The Denmans, 1910-1917, Empire and Australia is at Canberra Museum and Gallery from 29 July to 13 November 2016
Andrew Fisher at the naming of Canberra ceremony, 1913. The governor-general, Lord Denman, is standing to the left of Fisher, while King O'Malley, Minister for Home Affairs, is at the far left of the photo (conversing with Lady Denman who was given the honour of pronouncing the new capital's name for the first time).