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University of Wollongong

TitleUniversity of Wollongong
DescriptionA permanent display of the Howard Worner Collection is in the foyer of the Sciences Building (Building 41) of the Wollongong Campus.
Items of specific noteProfessor Howard Worner donated his collection of approximately 1000 mineral and rock specimens, together with his medals and awards, his mineral-collecting gear and a copy of the first edition of his book “Minerals of Broken Hill” to the University of Wollongong in 2000.
Museum AddressSciences Building (Building 41)
Northfields Ave
Keiraville
New South Wales
Australia
Website address http://smah.uow.edu.au/sees/collections/index.html
Mindat Locality regionCamden Co., New South Wales, Australia
 
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