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Natmap's then senior staff in the 1960s and 1980s.
In 1979 & 81 the International Mapping Cup was eagerly sought after by both the
Canberra and Dandenong Offices on the Cricket field on the impartial turf of
Corowa. It being the nominal halfway point between the two cities and close
to some nice wine.
The results are 'lost' to history (in the spirit of brotherhood) but the
gatherings forged a closer bond between the staff of the two offices who at best only knew each other via telephone.
When looking at the faces it is sad to reflect that a number have already
passed on but their contribution to those days will be remembered.
Apologies if my "facial recognition" is incorrect and please let the Editor know so any errors can be corrected.