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Stuff Me When I Die

Elinor Wrobel is a collector — of “broken, used, beautiful things”. Many of her treasures were found in the Sydney Hospital morgue. You might be surprised to find out what's in Wrobel’s collection – and how hard she's fought to protect it. Elinor Wrobel has been showing her collection to Ella Rubeli who has produced this extraordinary photo essay.


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The Lucy Osburn-Nightingale Museum at Sydney Hospital on MAcquarie Street, is open to the public on Tuesdays from 10am to 3pm.

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