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Cabinets to the left contain the ceramics; to the right are the relevant books

Lorraine Rosenberg Reference Collection & Library

16-18 Ryrie Street
Geelong, Victoria, 3220

Australia

+3 5229 2970; querymoorabool.com

Type: Library

Web site: http://www.moorabool.com/LibraryPics.html

Events: http://www.moorabool.com/Calendar.html

Description: Moorabool Antique Galleries is pleased to announce the opening of the Lorraine Rosenberg Reference Collection & Library.
This event took place on the 5th July, in our newly renovated Library room in the center of our first floor. The day was well attended by members of the Ceramic & Glass Circle of Australia, of other associated Arts groups, our loyal customers, and interested locals. In all, over 200 people visited on the day, with more the following week.
The opening was performed by Mrs Patricia Begg, long standing president of the Ceramics & Glass Circle. She paid respect to the concept of sharing knowledge, and the immense help Lorraine Rosenberg was to those with an interest in Ceramics, before cutting a ribbon and revealing the Library room through the large window that opens it up to the first floor of the premises.

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