'Baum, a curator, talks about her family history; growing up in Darwin and memories of Cyclone Tracy and evacuation to Brisbane. She then discusses schooling in Darwin during the 1970s in particular the teaching of Australian history. Baum then talks about her work as an environmental officer at Jabiru for Ranger uranium; Bachelor of Science in Canberra; family life; work at National Museum of Australia and exhibits and planned projects. She then considers future career moves such as community liaison. Baum then discusses the Museum and its activities and role in society and the return of material to the Aboriginal communities such as the Edinburgh collection's return in June 2000.' (Interview summary)
Recorded on June 22, 2000 in Turner, A.C.T.