Immortality at 300?
666 ABC Canberra and the Museum of Australian Democracy are joining forces to give you a unique opportunity to have your story immortalised.
Share your memories and experiences of Provisional Parliament House between 1927 and 1988 for your chance to become the 300th oral history recorded in the Museum of Australian Democracy collection.
The winner will receive four audio copies of the 300th oral history interview and a historian guided museum tour. The museum’s oral history collection currently features interviews with librarians, journalists, tradespeople, gardeners, parliamentary staffers, prime ministers, waitresses, stenographers and telephonists who reflect on their memories of Provisional Parliament House.
666 ABC Canberra Mornings presenter, Alex Sloan, and museum historian, Dr Barry York, will be sharing stories from the oral history collection during September.
Terms and conditions apply and entries close 5pm, Friday 28 September 2012.
Share your memories at abc.net.au/canberra