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    The daughter of Mr & Mrs A. L. Andriesse of Lindfield. - 139 Middle Harbour Rd, East Lindfield NSW 2070. It seems they arrived in Australia in 1922 and lived all of that time in Lindfield.

    "Jimmy and Dietje Andriesse were Dutch - their parents owned plantations in Java (now Indonesia) - very intriguing." - http://rus.shorter.net/a_life_enjoyed.txt

    Alida (sic) Margaretha Andriesse passed away on 8 September 1963 aged 91 years. *Alida or Alidia??? Both are possible in Dutch. In the Dutch community in Sydney she was known as 'Moesje' or Mum because she was one of the oldest living members of the so called 'Dutch colony'. When she died in 1963 Her son was living in Mona Vale according to the Dutch press article below and her daughter Deetje was living in London.

    Deetje designed leatherwork hand bags, belts, buckles and other such accessories.

    Her interests Include music, dancing, reading, painting, and drawing, as well as her art work. In a article of 1938 they noted: "A sense of colour is necessary, and also an ability to design. She does her own dying for her leatherwork, and works out her own designs. One of her favourite occupations Is to design and make belts to go with special frocks. ..... Ideas brought back her include novelty metal buttons and buckles." Interestingly there is an advertisement that has an illustration of Deetje and some of her art buttons in the article below

    An article in 1938 tells something of her early days: She "was born in Java (her grandfather, Mr. Blokzeyl (should be Blokzeijl) was the first Governor of Bali, and her people come from the Dutch East Indies). In Java she spent her early years in a cosmopolitan atmosphere. Four languages, French, Dutch, English, and German, were taught in the schools, and literature in each home was read In these languages. Miss Andriesse was educated partly in France and partly in Australia, and after some years here visited Europe again to study art, returning about a year ago. ... She studied palntlng and art work In Holland, Poland, Finland, and France during her recent trip abroad, when she also visited Austria, Belgium, Germany, England, and Sweden.

    The SMH of April 4 1935 had a photo her and indicates that she left at the end of April 1935: "MISS DEETJE ANDRIESSE. Miss Andriesse is planning a trip to England, and will later go on to Holland to visit her grandparents. She will sail by the Salamaua at the end of this month.

    She actually left on April 20 with a friend Miss Pat Long Innes.

    "In 1937 a Womens' Weekly article mentions that the trip to Europe was for two years - so she must have left in 1935 sometime. Certainly in October 1936 the Womens' Weekly hints as to how it was done: "Travel De Luxe - BEING under the aegis of the Consular Departments, and, in many cases, guest of the Consuls to boot, in the various countries she has visited has meant that Dietje Andriesse has had a wonderfully good time in all of them!
    Add to this the lucky windfall of an unexpected legacy and you'll understand how much she has enjoyed an extended tour which has embraced Sweden, Finland, Germany, Poland, Switzerland and Holland. Dietje has an amazing flair for clothes, and Sydney will see something sartorially worth while when she returns early next year.

    The 'legacy' may well have come to her after the death of her father that year in August.

    She was back in Sydney in March 1937 and immediately went to work in the Victoria Arcade for her show.

    Worked with Loma Lautour: "Around 1937 Loma had a studio at 80 Hunter Street in the inner-city artistic quarter of Sydney. The studio was shared with Deetje Andriesse, a talented craftsperson who did fine leatherwork and metalwork. Loma had to seek out commercial work across the industrial arts in order to sustain herself, but in her words "did manage to snatch hours here and there for creative and imaginative work." Both Loma and Deetje provided workshop instruction at the studio for a small number of students." (Kevin Power 'Loma Lautour A spirited bohemian with extraordinary artistic skills' Antiques and Collectables for Pleasure & Profit'. Summer 2015/16 p36.)

    I'm a bit unsure about that address that he gives here. Is it '80 Hunter Street' - I think not. The site of the Victoria Arcade was about two blocks away from 80 Hunter Street. I think the confusion comes from the address of the Women's Industrial Arts New Society where Loma held a solo exhibition in July 1936. It was originally at the Education Department which roughly is at 80 Hunter St. But in 1936 the newly formed Women's Industrial Arts New Society had rooms in the Victoria Arcade beginning around May 1936. Loma had exhibited with other women on 08 May 1936. Loma had a studio in the Victoria arcade and so did Deetje Andriesse. But on different floors !!! Two studios: one on the third floor and another on the fourth ..... linked by a fire escape it seems as you read in the SMH article a couple of days before the event.

    The SMH of Thursday May 27 tells about the "Studio Party. The fire escape between the third and fourth floors of the Victoria Arcade will probably be the scene of much coming and going on Saturday, when Miss Loma Latour and Miss Deetje Andriesse are preparing to receive the guests at their studio party. The escape is a splendid short cut between the studios. The originality which usually distinguishes studio parties promises to make this one a success, and the invitations are decorated with a Jaunty girl's figure in an artist's smock. There is additional interest, too, in the recent Vice-Regal visit to the studio; Lady Wakehurst asked to see it last week, and had many complimentary things to say about the plaster cast of a bronze head, which Miss Latour intends to call "Daydreams," and which she plans to exhibit at the Royal Art Society's exhibition."

    Oh to find one of those invitations - a piece of ephemera I'd like to have indeed!!!

    "Opposite the Castlereagh Street end of Rowe St is the Victoria Arcade. This glass-domed arcade was built in 1887, with 24 small shops and 4 island kiosks and had also many offices and studios in its upper three storeys. Like Rowe St, it was a resort of Sydney's Bohemia, and a thronged shopping centre. A project for extending the Carlton Hotel may involve the demolition of the Victoria Arcade.
    And so it happened - by 1965 the Victoria Arcade was gone. Within another decade there was a raised public awareness of heritage which saw buildings like the Queen Victoria Building saved and finally refurbished. If only the Victoria Arcade had lasted those few extra years it might still be with us today. The Carlton Hotel & Arcade, which replaced the Victoria Arcade, has itself been replaced - the site is now occupied by the BNP Paribas Centre. It too has an arcade, a small one called Verandah, thus maintaining a tradition on this site started by Corbin & Nicolle." (http://sydneyarchitecture.com/GON/GON071.htm)

    In the SUN of December 1 1940 there is a pic of Deetje with a brief article telling of a new venture: DEETJE ANDRIESSE snapped at Prince's in a sheer linen dress and eye-taking Regency hat, said farewell to Sydney this week ... off to Wellington, N.Z. . . . her first visit there and until she chooses a flat she will stay with the Consul for the Netherlands, and Mrs. M. Vigivens formerly of Sydney . ... Deetje has been engaged by a manufacturing firm to design clothes.

    In the 1960's at the time of her mother's death in 1963 she was living in London.

    Caznaux photo. This is JUST BREATHTAKINGLY BEAUTIFUL !!! You must check it out .... see below.

    Thea Proctor portrait - where is it? In 1938 there was a exhibition of drawings and watercolours by Thea Proctor of notable women here in Sydney. "SAW THEIR OWN PORTRAITS. Women at a Woman's Art Show. WOMEN artists and -women whose portraits had been painted by Miss Thea Proctor, and were included in the exhibition, were prominent among those who attended the opening of Miss Proctor's exhibition of water-colours and drawings at the Macquarie Galleries, yesterday afternoon. Among the women whose portraits were on the walls was Mrs J V Hall-Best who wore a navy blue taffeta suit with a fine white pencil stripe and a navy blue hat with a navy veil spotted with red. With Mrs Hall-Best ing of Miss Thea Proctor's exhibition yesterday afternoon was her sister, Miss H. A. Sweetapple, who wore a strawberry pink frock, patterned with white scrolls. She added a navy blue coat. Miss Stephanie Edye was another whose portrait as a Spanish dancer was in the exhibition. She wore a penny tan and white flgured frock and wide-brimmed brown hat. Miss Deetje Andriesse, whose portrait was also among the collection exhibited, wore a plaid coat with a plain tweed skirt and added a brown velvet gob cap."

    There is also a photo of Thea Proctor holding this portrait admiring it in The Sydney Morning Herald - Nov 17, 1938.

    Strange this one .... one daughter Caroline.
    OBITUARY
    MR. ADRIAN LUBERTH ANDRIESSE: THE death occurred at the residence of his son, Mr. James Anthony Andriesse, of 'Crescent Farm,' Ebenezer, on Sunday morning, of Mr. Adrian Luberth Andriesse; aged 65 years . . He had been living' with his son, who is a farmer at Ebenezer, for the past six, months, having come from Lindfield. Born and married in Java, the deceased was manager of a sugar company there until he retired about 14 years ago and came to live in N.S. Wales. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Alidia Andriesse,- and one son (James Anthony) and one daughter (Caroline).,' The remains were cremated at the Northern Suburbs Crematorium on. Monday. Mr. Chandler was the undertaker.

    It seems that her brother James Andriesse was a well known professional photographer here in Sydney ...... "a “camera specialist” with an address 147a Elizabeth Street, Sydney but further details on his career have not emerged. A professional photography shop still operates near this Elizabeth Street address." (Camera Specialist Pty. Ltd., 151 Elizabeth Street, Sydney, NSW.) He had a famous modernist house built at 25 (Lot 7) Waterview Rd., Mona Vale, Newport by Arthur Baldwinson (1908-1969) (https://researchbank.rmit.edu.au/eserv/rmit:7890/b_Bogle.pdf)

    Andriesse House at 25 Waterview Road, Mona Vale, was designed in 1947 and built in 1950 for the photographer James Andriesse. It has historic and aesthetic significance as a good example of Late Twentieth-Century Sydney Regional architecture presenting the key modernist features of the style including free asymmetrical massing, low pitched roof, exposed structure, open plan layout, horizontal structural emphasis, retention and adaptation to the natural setting and use of natural materials.

    By January 1937 Mr. Hall Johnston's property, 'Crescent Farm,' Tizzana-road, 3 miles from Ebenezer and 10 miles from Windsor. He appears to have been an auctioneer at this address.

    In May of 1936 you can find the branding device of ADRIAN LUBERTH ANDRIESSE a few months before his death. The address is Crescent Farm. It looks like this property was sold to Hall Johnston soon after. Could it have had something to do with the bankruptcy of his son that year? http://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/article/224739734/14016561

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  1. ACCESSORIES IN LEATHER.
    The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Friday 10 September 1937 p 5 Article Illustrated
    Abstract: MISS DEETJE ANDRIESSE working at her liamp at Lindfield, on one of the leather accessories, which will jorm part of her exhibition at the Industrial ... 72 words
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    MISS DEETJE ANDRIESSE working at her home at Lindfield, on one of the leather accessories, which will jorm part of her exhibition at the Industrial Arts Society next Wednesday. Until a week ago, Miss Andriesse had a studio in town, but she decided to turn one of the living rooms and a closed-in verandah of her home into a studio as she would have more space and fewer interruptions.

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  2. YOUNG ARTIST'S LEATHER EXHIBITION.
    The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Thursday 16 September 1937 p 23 Article
    Abstract: MISS DEETJE ANDRIESSE'S exhibition of leather work attracted a large and admiring crowd to the Sydney Industrial Arts Society yesterday afternoon. Mi ... 140 words
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    YOUNG ARTIST'S LEATHER EXHIBITION. jj^rss DBETJE ANDRIESSE'S exhibition of leather work attracted a large and-admir- ing crowd to the Sydney Industrial Arts Society yesterday afternoon. Miss Andriesse wore a black frock with a tiny matching coat, and set a black skullcap on the back of her fair curls, and Mrs. P. J. Pao (wife of the Consul-General for China), who opened the exhibition, fastened a long spray of orchids to the shoulder of her black ensemble. Among those present were Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Vige veno, Mr. and Mrs. van Hoist Pellekaan, Dr. anil Mrs. V. Trikojus, Mesdames Moore Cos- grave, Ted Fowler, R. Asmis, Edmond Meyer, Jerry Lewis, Erie Sussman, Hubert Woodhouse, Misses Ebba de Dardell, Lesley Turner, Flora Danclger, Hera Roberts, Noëlle Lowe, Kris tina Houtman, Dr. Erik Fischer, Mr. Sidney Fix this textUre Smith, and Mr. Alan Colefax.

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  3. SPECIALISES IN MAKING ... "Things—Nice And Useful"
    The Courier-Mail (Brisbane, Qld. : 1933 - 1954) Tuesday 2 August 1938 p 2 Article
    Abstract: "IN Australia people haven't specialised in accessories as much as they have overseas," says Miss Deetje Andriesse, of 287 words
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    SPECIALISES IN MAKING.... 'Things- Nice And Useful' 'TN Australia people haven't specialised in accessories as much as they have overseas,' says Miss Deetie Andriesse, of bydney, who arrived in Bris bane by the Westralia yester day. She is a skilled craft worker, and specialises in making hand bags, belts, and other such acces sories — 'things that look nice and are useful' is her way of summing them up. A member of a well-known Dutch family. Miss Aiidriesse was born in Java, but she has made Sydney her home for the last 10 years or so. Three years she spent abroad, and during that time studied drawing and craft work in Paris. Her drawings are chiefly nudes and she specialises - in oils and pencil work. Her craftwork is carried out in her studio at her Lindfield home, North Shore Line. Leather, straw, and metal are her chief mediums.

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    The Courier-Mail (Brisbane, Qld. : 1933 - 1954) Tuesday 2 August 1938 p 3 Article Illustrated
    Abstract: MISS DEETJE ANDRIESSE, who arrived from Sydney by the Westralia yesterday to spend several weeks in Brisbane. (See article on Page 14.) 46 words
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    MISS DEETJE ANDRIESSE, who arrived from Sydney by the Westralia yesterday to spend sev eral weeks in Brisbane. (See article on Page 14.) MISS DEETJE ANDRIESSE, who arrived from Sydney by the Westralia yesterday to spend sev eral weeks in Brisbane. Fix this text(See article on Page 14.)

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  5. Clever Girl Designer
    The Sun (Sydney, NSW : 1910 - 1954) Sunday 6 November 1932 p 43 Article Illustrated
    Abstract: Miss DEETJE ANDRIESSE, a most attractive member of the Dutch community in Sydney, who is noted for her flair for dressing and designing ideas. While ... 88 words
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    buckles 1932 ;\: Miss DEETJE ANDRIESSE , a most attractive member of the Dutch community in Sydney, uiho is noted for her flair for dressing and designing ideas . IVhile she has designed novel buttons » which she has had carved, to go on some of her ou)n frocks, for the first time she has made designs of about thirty nickel and chromium oxidised buckles, on order for which has been placed already with one of the city stores.

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  6. Cosmopolitan Visitor With Artistic Tastes
    The Telegraph (Brisbane, Qld. : 1872 - 1947) Monday 1 August 1938 p 12 Article Illustrated
    Abstract: A CHARMING and thoroughly cosmopolitan visitor who arrived by the Westralia this morning is Miss Deelje Andriesse, who will spend 289 words
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    pic article : Cosmopolitan Visitor With Artistic Tastes
    CHARMING and thoroughly cosmopolitan visitor who arrived by the Westralia this morning is Miss Deetje Andriesse, who will spend three weeks here before returning home to Sydney.
    SHE spends her time making "exclusive accessories," which include handbags, belts, metal buttons, necklets, and gloves, and many countries
    of the world have been drawn upon for ideas. Miss Andrlesse was born in Java (her grandfather, Mr. Blokzeyl, was the first Governor of Bali, and her people come from the Dutch East Indies).
    In Java she spent her early years in a cosmopolitan atmosphere. Four languages, French, Dutch, English, and German, were taught in theschools, and literature in each homewas read In these languages. Miss Andriesse was educated partly in France and partly in Australia, and after some years here visited Europe again to study art, returning about a year ago.
    Her interests Include music, dancing, reading, painting, and drawing, as well as her art work. A sense of colour is necessary, and also an ability
    to design. She does her own dying for her leatherwork, and works out her own designs. One of her favourite occupations Is to design and make
    belts to go with special frocks. She studied printlng and art work in Holland, Poland, Finland, and France
    during her recent trip abroad, when she also visited Austria, Belgium, Germany, England, and Sweden. Ideas brought back with her include novelty metal buttons and buckles.
    Tall and slim and graceful, Miss Andriesse is a credit to her favourite exercise, German dancing. She first learned tinder Irene Vera Young in Sydney, and has studied under several German teachers of the art.

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  7. Intimate Jottings Did You Know—
    The Australian Women's Weekly (1933 - 1982) Saturday 29 May 1937 p 21 Article Illustrated
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    Did You Know That Diet je Andriesse is an adept at smart leather work trimmed with designs in metal? Bags of goodly proportions and belts to match in Fix this textexotic shades are her specialty.

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  8. EASTERN TOUCH MANY COLORS ON SHIP Dance For Settlement
    The Sun (Sydney, NSW : 1910 - 1954) Saturday 24 October 1931 p 7 Article Illustrated
    Abstract: Though there Were no picturesque kimono-clud figures aboard the Eastern and Australian passenger ship Nankin at the dance last night, Miss 524 words
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    MISS DEETJE ANDRIESSE, the loveliest member of Sydney's Dutch colony, whose exotic pyjamas and extraordinary likeness to Greta Garbo caused a sensation at the dance aboard MANY COLORS ON SHIP
    Dance For Settlement
    Though there were no picturesque kimono-clad figures aboard the Eastern and Australian passenger ship Nankin at the dance last night, Miss Deetje Andriesse, the tall Dutch daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Andriesse, of Lindfield, gave a touch of the exotic in her striking cinnamon silk pyjama suit.

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  9. WELL-KNOWN WOMEN SEEN AT THEIR CHRISTMAS SHOPPING.
    The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Thursday 16 December 1937 p 21 Article Illustrated
    Abstract: MRS. ELBERT G. MATHEWS, of Point Piper, wife of the Vice-Consul for the United States (Mr. Elbert G. Mathews), admires a travelling-case, while a sto ... 233 words
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    To sec the colour effect of a furnishing fabric and a lampshade. MISS DEETJE ANDRIESSE, of Lindfield, places them side by side As Miss Anrliiesse possesses an artistic eye, the Christmas presents Fix this textwhich she choo_.es should be particularly inlerestin!. and allractive.

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  10. PLAYERS AND SPECTATORS AT OPEN AIR THEATRE YESTERDAY SAW THEIR OWN PORTRAITS. Women at a Woman's Art Show.
    The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Thursday 24 November 1938 p 20 Article Illustrated
    Abstract: WOMEN artists and women whose portraits had been painted by Miss Thea Proctor, and were included in the exhibition, were prominent 539 words
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    Thea Proctor portrait: MISS DEETJE ANDRIESSE, photographed besidede her portrait at the open- ing of Miss Thea Proctor's exhibition yesterday afternoon. was her sister, Miss H. A. Sweetapple, who wore a strawberry pink frock, patterned with white scrolls. She added a navy blue coat. Miss Stephanie Edye was another whose por- trait as a Spanish dancer was in the exhibi- tion. She wore a penny tan and white flgured frock and wide-brimmed brown hat. Miss Deetje Andriesse, whose portrait was also among the collection exhibited, wore a plaid coat with a plain tweed skirt and added Fix this texta brown velvet gob cap.

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  11. EXHIBITIONS OPENED At Four Galleries
    The Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954) Tuesday 6 December 1938 p 3 Article
    Abstract: Admiration for the artistry of the Australian aborigines was expressed by Lady Huntingfield at the opening of an exhibition of Central Australian wat ... 476 words
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    The consul for the Netherlands, Mr. F. H. Wright, opened an exhibition of attractive bolts, bigs and accessories, the work of Miss Deetje Andriesse, at the Stair Gallery yesterday, and said that coming from an old little country like Holland, the artist could bring to Australia something of which we were In need, for there was no doubt that our knowledge of cultural arts could be increased. In this age of mechanisation and mass production, ho said, creative work that showed Initiative was re freshing, and would have a large appeal. Miss Andriesse was present. Mr. Wright was accompanied by Mrs. Wright and their daughters, Misses Rosemary Fix this textand Margaret Wright.

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  12. IN MARIPOSA. Many Passengers Arrive GIRL FROM TEXAS.
    The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Tuesday 23 March 1937 p 4 Article Illustrated
    Abstract: "I am sorry that I am not wearing a 'ten gallon' hat and that my nickname is not Two Gun Helen," said Miss Helen Labensen, who arrived by the 485 words
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    Miss Deetje Andriesse, who has spent two years studying leatherwork abroad, was also on board. With her she had a handbag of tooled leather, studded with metal which, she said, had something of Polish inspiration. Other pieces executed in Holland, Prance, Fix this textSweden, cr Belgium, are equally distinctive.

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  13. Gentle giant tinkered with vintage machines
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  14. Women's League of Health BREAK-UP PARTY Cocktail Craze Passing Women's Co-operation In National Emergency
    The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate (NSW : 1894 - 1954) Saturday 17 December 1938 p 7 Article
    Abstract: One night last week, in all the States the Women's League of Health, which is a worldwide movement, held its 1255 words
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    Deetje Andriesse has been in Mel- : bourne giving an exhibition of hand- I made articles, which the 'Southern- i ers' seem to have found very in- : tnguing. The . Consul for the Nether- | lands, Lieut.-Col. F. H, Wright open- ! ed the show in the Star Gallery. | Deetje, who is a versatile artist, a ! pianist, a dress designer and a iin- ; guist, was born in Java. She spent j two years in Europe studying leather- i work in France, Poland and Finland, | and learnt many interesting color sec- ! rets. Her color sense is outstanding, : and her work, which is or ginal, is ! Fix this textquite different from most of its kin

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  15. Web page: Thea Proctor Portrait
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  17. SOCIAL NOTES.
    The Evening News (Rockhampton, Qld. : 1924 - 1941) Monday 18 May 1925 p 4 Article
    Abstract: Messrs. W. Wilson and C. M. Turner, arrived from the west yesterday and are staying at the Commercial Hotel Messrs. A. L. Andriesse and J. Van 653 words
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    Father in press 1925

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  18. The JOTTINGS OF A LADY ABOUT TOWN
    Truth (Brisbane, Qld. : 1900 - 1954) Sunday 7 August 1938 p 35 Article Illustrated
    Abstract: ARLEY TAIT, one of the prettiest youngers, had a majority party last Monday. She invited several of her friends to drink her health, and looked very ... 2886 words
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    Deetje in Brisbane : DEETJE ANDRIESSE, that awfully clever designer from the South, Is having a show here, and Is to stay with Mr. Justice Henclunan and Mrs. Henchman over the Exhibition gaieties.

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  19. Family Notices
    The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Monday 3 August 1936 p 8 Family Notices
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    1936 : ANDRIESSE. — August 2, 1936, at Ebenezer, Adrian Luberth, dearly loved husband of Alidia Andriesse, of Lindfield, and father of James and Caroline, aged Fix this text65 years.

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  20. OBITUARY MR. ADRIAN LUBERTH ANDRIESSE
    Windsor and Richmond Gazette (NSW : 1888 - 1954) Friday 7 August 1936 p 3 Article
    Abstract: THE death occurred the residence of his son, Mr. James Anthony Andriesse, of "Crescent Farm," Ebenezer, on Sunday morning, of Mr. Adrian Luberth Andr ... 128 words
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    OBITUARY MR. ADRIAN LUBERTH ANDRIESSE TpHE death occurred at the residence of his son, Mr. James Anthony Andriesse, of 'Crescent Farm,' Ebenezer, oir Sunday; morning, of Mr. Adrian Luberth Andriesse; ' aged 65 years . . He had been living' with, his son, . who _ is a farmer at Ebenezer, for, the past six', months, having come from. Lindfield. Born and married in Java, the , ? deceased was manager of a sugar company there until he retired about 14 years ago and came to live in N.S. Wales. He is sur vived by his wife, Mrs. Alidia Andriesse,- and ? one son (James Anthony) and one daugh ter (Caroline).,' The remains were cremated at the Northern Suburbs Crematorium on Monday. Mr. Chandler was the undertaker .

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  21. Spotlight on Society
    The Sun (Sydney, NSW : 1910 - 1954) Monday 6 December 1937 p 9 Article Illustrated
    Abstract: SPEECHES were witty at Laidley-Halloran wedding reception His long social aeroplane ride Wedding date and arrangements announced Several parties plan ... 1546 words
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    AFTER several weeks' holiday at Inverell, where she was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Graham Body, Miss Deetje Andriesse returned to Sydney Fix this texton Saturday night.

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  22. Remembrance Ball BRING SOME SUGAR
    The Sun (Sydney, NSW : 1910 - 1954) Saturday 7 March 1931 p 8 Article Illustrated
    Abstract: TO reduce the Royal Prince Alfred Hospital's sugar bill, members of the younger set have decided that they will hold a card evening on 235 words
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    Deetje photo of 1931.

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  23. Weddings. ANDRIESSE-- RIDLEY
    Warialda Standard and Northern Districts' Advertiser (NSW : 1900 - 1954) Monday 3 November 1947 p 2 Article
    Abstract: At St. Stephen's Church, Macquarie Street, Sydney, on October 15th, Gwen, twin daughter of Mrs. and the late Mr. W. Ridley of 282 words
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    James marries in 1947 Nov 3. At St. Stephen's Church, Mac- quarie Street, Sydney, on October 15th, Gwen, twin daughter of Mrs. and the late Mr. W. Ridley of Bingara, was married to James Anthony Andriesse of Java, only son of the late Mr. Andriesse and Mrs. Andriesse of Roseville. The young couple are both widely known, the bride being a descendant of the Capel family of Piedmont, Barraba, one of the oldest families in the north-west, where they have been known for over a century, whilst the bridegroom is a grandson of the first Governor of Bali and Lombok.

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  24. MAGAZINES RECEIVED " THE HOME."
    Morning Bulletin (Rockhampton, Qld. : 1878 - 1954) Saturday 9 February 1935 p 5 Article
    Abstract: The February "Home" appears with a delightful cover design by Thea Proctor. It is a water colour, a festive arrangement of gaily-coloured flowers in 388 words
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    Caznaux portrait : Mar- garet Preston has written on Peiping and the Great Wall of China, and the article is liberally illustrated with in- tcresting photographs. Two full page studies, "Soap Bubbles" and " La Jeune Fille aux Mitaines," by Sougez of Paris, are excellent examples of modern photo- graphy. So also are Cazneaux's studies of Miss Deetje Andriesse, and Mrs. Fix this textWilliam Crossing and her children

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  25. WAR FUND WORKERS: MOTORING HOME: MENUHIN RECITAL
    The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Thursday 9 May 1940 p 15 Article Illustrated
    Abstract: THREE members of the cast of Richard Brinsley Sheridan's, "School for Scandal." INGEBORG STEEN, HAZEL JACKSON, and ANNE PECK, [?] on the clothes they ... 575 words
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    The Central Queensland Herald (Rockhampton, Qld. : 1930 - 1956) Thursday 14 February 1935 p 13 Article
    Abstract: "Goodbye to all Cats" is a charming story by that well-known writer, P. U. Wodehouse, who certainly can raise a laugh. It is illustrated by Gilbert 1472 words
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  27. FOR WOMEN ALFRESCO LUNCHEONS AT KYEEMAGH.
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    Abstract: MRS. J. D. McLEOD (left) was hostess at a picnic lunch for her guests, MISS HERMIONE LLEWELLYN, MRS. ALEXIS ALBERT, and MISS HELEN WILLIAMS before th ... 69 words
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  28. Personal
    Warialda Standard and Northern Districts' Advertiser (NSW : 1900 - 1954) Monday 20 October 1947 p 2 Article
    Abstract: Mr. & Mrs. L. McLachlan of Eastwood are spending a couple of weeks with the latter's mother, in Warialda, Mrs. B. Mansfield 304 words
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    Bingara folk entertained Miss Gwen Ridley at a pre-wedding tea prior to her marriage on the 15th inet to Mr. James Andriesse. Mr. G. Doherty (Shire President) made a presentation of a handsome jewel box, made of Australian Silver Ash, and containing notes, with tbe good wishes of those present. Miss Rid ley gracefully acknowledged the gift, and expressed the hope that if any of the guests happened to be visiting Java in the future they would be sure to visit her there in her new Fix this texthome

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  29. Voorwaarden vakantie wedstrijd 1ste Prijs een prachtige camera
    Dutch Australian Weekly (Sydney, NSW : 1951 - 1993) Friday 1 January 1965 p 5 Article Illustrated
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    De prachtige camera is voor- dit doel beschikbaar gesteld door James Andriesse, directeur van de bekende firma Camera Specialist Pty. Ltd., 151 Elizabeth Street, Sydney, NSW.

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  30. Advertising
    The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Wednesday 6 January 1954 p 15 Advertising
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    death of james anthony andriesse's wife: GWENDOLYN CAPEL ANDRIESSE in January 1954.

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  31. Advertising
    The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Thursday 27 February 1936 p 2 Advertising
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    James Anthony in money problem 1936: In the Matter of JAMES ANTHONY ANDRIESSE trading as JAMES ANTHONY and CO SEE-LANE SYDNEY - GROCETERIA PARRAMATTA - and DAINTY PRODUCTS BONDI -

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  32. "Groceteria"
    The World's News (Sydney, NSW : 1901 - 1955) Saturday 22 October 1927 p 7 Article
    Abstract: "Groceteria" is the word coined tor the newest thing in grocery distribution. For a long time "cafeteria" has been acknowledged as the best way 135 words
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    GROCETERIA - "Groceteria" is the word coined tor the newest thing in grocery distribution. For a long time "cafeteria" has befen acknowledged as the best way of serving meals in a popular cheap restaurant. Each customer takes a tray, chooses his meal at a counter arid the neces sary implements, finds a table, and falls to; no waitress and no tips. Now comes "Groceteria." When you go into the grocery store, you are provided with a paper-basket, and help yourself from the various counters, putting all yon select into your basket. Leaving by a turnstile, the contents of your basket are quickly counted, your bill made out, pay at the desk, and that's that. A tremendous saving in labor. No counter-weighing, all goods being done up ready in sealed packets. The system has miich to recommend it

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  33. WEEK TO WEEK
    Windsor and Richmond Gazette (NSW : 1888 - 1954) Friday 22 January 1937 p 4 Article
    Abstract: Colo Shire Council's estimates for 1937 are advertised in this issue. Call at Thompson's Post Office Garage, Windsor, for your petrol supplies.— 1778 words
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    Mr. Hall Johnston's property, 'Crescent Farm,' Tizzana-road, 3 miles from Ebenezer and 10 miles from Windsor.

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  34. Yvonne FINDS V.A.'s KEEN TO GO OVERSEAS
    The Sun (Sydney, NSW : 1910 - 1954) Sunday 14 April 1940 p 36 Article Illustrated
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  35. [Biographical cuttings on James Anthonie Andriesse, instrument maker, businessman, car enthusiast, containing one or more cuttings from newspapers or journals]
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  36. "Moesje" Andriesse overleden
    Dutch Australian Weekly (Sydney, NSW : 1951 - 1993) Friday 13 September 1963 p 2 Article
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    A Dutch death notice of Alida (sic) Margaretha Andriesse aka'Moesje' Andriesse overleden SYDNEY, NSW, 9 September — Een van de oudste, zo niet de oudste, Neder landers in Australie — mevrouw A. M. P. 'Moesje' Andriesse — is gisteren na een kortstondig ziekbed op 91-jarige leeftijd overleden. Mevrouw Andriesse kwam ruim 40 jaar geleden met haar reeds eerder overleden echtgenoot en twee kinderen uit Java naar Australie en nam destijds in de toen nog kleine Nederlandse kolonie van Sydney een voor aanstaande plaats in. 'Moesje' Andriesse, die vorig jaar Maart Australische werd, wordt overleefd door haar in Mona Vale wonende zoon James en haar in Londen woonachtige dochter Deetje, die enige maandern geleden een bezoek van enige maanden aan haar moeder bracht.

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  37. No title
    The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Friday 10 September 1937 p 5 Article Illustrated
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    1937: MISS ANDRIESSE punches a hole in one of the leather belts which she will exhibit. The last shipment of lambskins from America included many brilliant colours such as red, green, and rust.

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  38. From Sydney
    The Courier-Mail (Brisbane, Qld. : 1933 - 1954) Thursday 4 August 1938 p 2 Article Illustrated
    Abstract: who came from Sydney with Miss Deltje Andriesse to spend about a fortnight in Brisbane. Both visitors are at Lennon's 56 words
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    MISS BIDDY TAlT, who came from Sydney with Miss Deitje Andriesse to spend about a fortnight in Brisbane. Both visitors are at Lennon's. Photo: Dayne Studio, Sydney,

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  39. PERSONAL PREFERENCES.
    The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Thursday 29 July 1937 p 20 Article
    Abstract: AN effective imitation of the late Victorian fashion is achieved by Miss Deetje Andriesse, of Lindfield, with a swing jacket and muff of grey Russian 183 words
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  40. AT ART SHOW YESTERDAY
    The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Thursday 26 October 1939 p 16 Article Illustrated
    Abstract: TWISS DEETJE ANDRIESSE and the artist MR. PAUL HAEFLIGER examining one of his pictures, "The Mandolin Player," at the opening of his exhibition of pa ... 41 words
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    MISS DEETJE ANDRIESSE and the artist MR. PAUL HAEFLIGER examining one 0f his pictures, "The Mandolin Player," at the opening of his exhibition of paintings and drawings at the Macquarie Galleries yesterday afternoon.

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  41. REPRESENTATIVES OF THE NATIONS.
    The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Saturday 17 October 1931 p 16 Article Illustrated
    Abstract: Front row, from left: Misses W. Burness (Poland), A. Arestides (Greece), E. Gross (Switzerland), Back: G. Myles (Czechoslovakia), and B. Delprat and ... 40 words
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  42. PERSONAL. PREFERENCES.
    The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Thursday 17 February 1938 p 24 Article
    Abstract: AQUAINT little cap of gold kid is worn by Miss Deetje Andriesse, of Mosman, with a simple white frock, which is belted with gold kid to match 240 words
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    IIn 1938 was in Mosman. A QUAINT little cap of gold kid is worn by Miss Deetje Andriesse, of Mosman, with a simple white frock, which is belted with gold kid to match the cap.

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  43. Thereby Hangs a Tale —XXXV THE STORY ON A PLAQUE
    The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Tuesday 12 November 1940 p 12 Article
    Abstract: PLAQUES are a lovely form of wall decoration, and I envy the collection commemorating deeds of the House of Orange[?] which belongs to Madame Andries ... 235 words
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    Mum's collection od Dutch ceramics: Thereby Hangs a Tale -XXXV THE STORY ON A PLAQUE PLAQUES aie a lovely foi m of wall decoiation, and I envy the collection eommemotating deeds of the House of Change which belongs to Madame Andiiesse, of Lindfield One bearing the woids, "Den Buel, April 1 1572" and the pictuie of a foi ties, being stoimed bv a gtoup of lagged men is of particulai inteiest in these unhappv dayo of Dutch histoiy Imagine the scene at Biussels in the 16th centuiy Maddened bv îeligious peisecution and the indiscitminate muideung and toi tuting of innocent civilians bv the Spanish soldieiy of Philip II, a deputation waited upon Duchesse Ma.gaiet the Regent and imploied an end to the inquisition at least "Would vou be moved bv such beggais' U - contemptuously exclaimed a courtier. Finding then enlieaties unheeded, this desperate band called themselves "Beggars" in earnest, and, adopt- ing the Beggai's Pouch as their emblem, raised a foice of patnots piepared to risk all to win back then countiy's iieedom Theil iii st ventuie was the stoiming of The Bull on All Fools' Day, 1572 Taken by stupiise, the Spamaids capitulated, and the whole country-inspued by this gallant effoit-lose in revolt and eventually drove out the invadeis Madame Andiiesse, who was in the Metherlands in 1322 duung the 350th anniveisaiy celebiations of the captuie of The Billi, biought the plaque Fix this textback as a souvenir -E McN

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  44. BRIDAL GROUP AT ST. PHILIP'S CHURCH.
    The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Friday 19 January 1940 p 4 Article Illustrated
    Abstract: MR. and MRS. WILLIAM YAF.GER PYE, photographed after their wedding at St. ngiht, with MISS DEETJE ANDRIESSE, who was first bridesmaid, and the best m ... 37 words
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  45. THE LADY MAYORESS, MRS. NOCK, RECEIVES HER FIRST DEBUTANTES.
    The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Thursday 3 March 1938 p 20 Article Illustrated
    Abstract: MR. J. EALES and MISS DEETJE ANDRIESSE, dancing at the Australian Air League 150th Anniversary Celebrations Ball, at David Jones's last night.—MISS B ... 95 words
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    MR. J. EALES and MISS DEETJE ANDRIESSE, dancing at Hu Australian Air League 150lh Anniversary Celebrations Ball, at David Jones's last night.

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  46. EEN 90-JARIGE WERD AUSTRALISCH BURGER
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    pic of her Mum at the time of her becoming an Australian citizen: EEN 90-JARIGE WERD AUSTRALISCH BURGER ;Tijdrns een naturalisatie ceremon't in de Sydney roorstad Pymble werd ook de op 5 Met 90 jaar wordende mevrouw A. M. P. Andriesse uit de Middle Harbor Road te East Lindfield — bij haar talrijke vrienden bekend als 'moesje' Andriesse — Australisch staatsburger. Mevrouw Andriesse kwam 40 jaar geleden — in 1922 — met haar inmeddels overleden echtgenoot en twee kinderen uit Java in Australie en heeft welhaast deze gehele tijd in de Middle Harbor Road in East Lindfield gewoond. Haar zoon James — op de achtergrond van de foto — woont in Mona Vale, en haar dochter Deetje in Engeland. Mevrouw Andriesse's vader, Anthony Blokzeijl, was de eerste resident van Bali, welke functie hij 11 jaar lang bekledde.

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  47. Mooi verjaars cadeau voor 5e Mei
    Dutch Australian Weekly (Sydney, NSW : 1951 - 1993) Friday 29 April 1955 p 2 Article
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    Mum's 85th birthday SYDNEY, NSW —-. Op de 5e Mei, dei dag van Nederland's bevrijding, viert dit jaar mevrouw A. M. -P. Andriesse-BIokrijI ult de Sydney voorsrad Lindfield haar 83sre verjaardag. ? ' ; Mevrouw Andriesse, zeker een van de oudsre — zo niet de oudsre — dames uit Nederland in Australie, zond als verjaars cadeau £ 5.- voor de Stichting 1940-45! Zijn er nog meer mensen uit Nederland op 5 Mei . Fix this textjarig, die dit mooie voorbeeld willen volgen?

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  48. Unusual Exhibition of Leather-work
    The Australian Women's Weekly (1933 - 1982) Saturday 11 September 1937 p 46 Article
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    1937 Womens Weekly : Unusual Exhibition of Leather-work THE artistic mind finds expres- sion through many mediums. Strikingly handsome, Miss ? Deetje Andriesse,.a Dutch girl, well-known socially, finds her expression in leather-work. Design, craftsmanship, imag- ination and an eye for the un- usual and exotic will be shown in Miss Andriesse's exhibition of leather accessories to be opened on September 15. On Monday, September 13, at 11.45 a.m., list"ners will hear Miss Andriesse describing some of her designs to Dorothea Vautier during an interview for The Australian Women's Weekly Session. During her two years' trip abroad she gathered a great deal of useful knowledge for her work from famous museums and art galleries. She was also a student in Paris and spent some time delving into the medieval art of Fix this textRussia and Poland.

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  49. Travel De Luxe
    The Australian Women's Weekly (1933 - 1982) Saturday 31 October 1936 p 27 Article
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    ravel De Luxe BEING under the aegis of the Consular Departments, and, in many cases, guest of the Consuls to boot, in the various countries she has visited has meant that Dietje Andriesse has had a wonderfully good time in all of them! Add to this the lucky windfall of an unex- pected legacy and you'll understand how much she has enjoyed an extended tour which has em- braced Sweden, Finland, Germany, Poland, Switzerland and Holland. Dietje has an amazing flair for clothes, and Sydney will see something sartorially worth while when she returns early next year.

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  50. NATURALISED : 1. A 90-year-old 2. A councillor’s father
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    Abstract: AMONG migrants naturalised last month were these two, both of whom caught the eye of the Press 221 words
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    In Sydney a 90- year-old woman who arrived in Australia 40 years ago, was one of 32 migrants to receive naturalisation certicates at a ceremony. She was Mrs. A. M. P. Andriesse, of East Lindfield, who arrived in Australia from the Netherlands East Indies, where her father had been Governor of Bali at the turn of century. Mrs. Andriesse received her certificate from the Mayor of Ku-ring-gai, Aid. R. N. Walker.

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  51. Honored Birthday Of Queen
    The Sun (Sydney, NSW : 1910 - 1954) Sunday 1 September 1940 p 8 Article Illustrated
    Abstract: MEMBERS of Sydney's Dutch community yesterday celebrated the birthday of their sovereign, Queen 275 words
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  52. PREPARING FOR EXHIBITION NEXT WEEK.
    The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Thursday 17 November 1938 p 28 Article Illustrated
    Abstract: MISS THEA PROCTOR, who will hold an exhibition of her work at the Macquarie Galleries for a season 122 words
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  53. Lady Wakehurst Returns: Fetes: Soiree at Conservatorium
    The Sun (Sydney, NSW : 1910 - 1954) Sunday 24 September 1939 p 4 Article Illustrated
    Abstract: Mr. Carleton Kelly and Mrs. T. H. Kelly, before the soiree at the Conservatorium last night. At the Alliance Francaise Soiree. Miss Alice Danciger an ... 113 words
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  54. FOR WOMEN HOUSEHOLD NOTES. Arranging the Menu.
    The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Monday 2 November 1931 p 3 Article Illustrated
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    pic of Deetje MISS DESTJE ANDRIESSE, a member of the committee for the Dal- wood ball, which will take place on board the Nleuw Zeeland on November 6.

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  55. MISS PIM PASSES BY
    The Sun (Sydney, NSW : 1910 - 1954) Monday 29 May 1939 p 11 Article
    Abstract: Apropos of the Schnabel concert at the Town Hall on Saturday--those of the audience who sat on the dais 445 words
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    Mum and Dietje seen out ; I noticed Mrs. A. L. Andriesse and her daughter Dietje, in the audience. Dietje was wearing my favorite fur coat in Sydney— that chunky bear skin of hers— and Mrs. Andriesse had the loveliest piece of old lace over her head. It looked like an old "fascinator" and was the most delicate I have seen.

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    The Sun (Sydney, NSW : 1910 - 1954) Sunday 5 April 1931 p 21 Article Illustrated
    Abstract: KNOWN as the Community Club, the Women's Auxiliary of Christ Church, Lavender Bay, has completed plans for a social and 169 words
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  57. At the Queens Club Ball
    Sydney Mail (NSW : 1912 - 1938) Wednesday 9 February 1938 p 21 Article Illustrated
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  58. Advertising
    The Sun-Herald (Sydney, NSW : 1953 - 1954) Sunday 21 November 1954 p 70 Advertising
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  59. Advertising
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  60. "THE HOME." October Issue.
    The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Friday 1 October 1937 p 12 Article
    Abstract: The October number of "The Home," which is now on sale[?] has a striking cover design by Douglas Annand, which groups together some photographic view ... 311 words
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  61. Soci[?]JIDELI GHTS [?]
    The Sun (Sydney, NSW : 1910 - 1954) Sunday 3 February 1935 p 28 Article Illustrated
    Abstract: WELL on the wharf to meet his wife and family, who returned by the Monterey on Monday, 1568 words
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    February 1935 still in Sydney but ready to take off for Perth, Java Sourabaya and then on to Europe for a two years. :MISS DIETJE ANDRIESSE and her brother Jim are home, aitei a most enjoyable trip by cor to Mel bourne and bock. At least, the go ing was quite good, but the return not quite so hot. A slightly ambi guous remarK for me to make, really, inasmuch as the tempera ture registered more than warm, but ye old chariot of thirty horses did not behave as per according to schedule. Pour new tyres quietly collapsed upon them shortly after leaving the Victorian capital, and In Seymour they found themselves stranded, all through . the heat of the day, minus bathing costumes and a back axle! Coming events are said to cast their shadows be fore them, but we trust this will not be the case in their forthcoming journey to Perth, after which they intend embarking for Java and Sourabaya. Miss Andriesse will then continue her journey to Europe, making her home country, Holland, her headquarters. Did I ask the date of her departure and return? Well, I'm sorry, she does not yet even know It herself, so we can safely leave it for Dame Fortune to decide.

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  62. WITH A CAMERA ON THE SYDNEY SOCIAL ROUND YESTERDAY.
    The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Thursday 29 April 1937 p 17 Article Illustrated
    Abstract: MISS MARY BLACKWOOD, daughter of Captain and Mrs. Maurice Blackwood, of Huon Parle, Turramurra, who will sail for England by the Anchises on 482 words
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    PIC- Back in Australia in March 1937. By April she was in the Victoria Arcade : MISS DEETJE ANDRIESSE, who re- turned from abroad at the end of March, after having studied leather craft for two years, is now hard at work putting her knowledge into prac- tice. She has made some lovely articles in leather studded with metal, and for the past lew weeks has been busy settling into her studio in the Victoria, Arcade, where she was photographed yesterday.

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  63. Weaving to Success SEEKING AUSTRALIA'S GENIUS "WORKSHOP THEATRE"
    The Sun (Sydney, NSW : 1910 - 1954) Sunday 9 September 1928 p 5 Article Illustrated
    Abstract: WEAVING their way to success. This is one of the original ideas that are being followed by ."The Understudies"--taking the task of the 852 words
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    1928 : Miss Deetje . Andrie'sse, - of "Le Ajac," Llndfleld, is enjoying a holi- - day. at Kuvrajong, where she will be the guest of Mrs. Dunstan until next week, when she will return to ' her home to prepare for a trip to Fix this text; Trangie. , "

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  64. Intimate Gottings
    The Australian Women's Weekly (1933 - 1982) Saturday 1 November 1947 p 24 Article Illustrated
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  65. When You Talk About--
    The Sun (Sydney, NSW : 1910 - 1954) Sunday 30 May 1937 p 1 Article Illustrated
    Abstract: WOMEN POLO PLAYERS, we immediately think of Mrs. Ken Mackay, of Dungog. Was Miss Phyllis Skene, of Camden. POLO LINESWOMEN, we immediately 819 words
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  66. THE GIRLS IN THE CELEBRATIONS NEWS WHEN LOOKS COMBINE WITH BRAINS THEIR VARYING TASTES AND PREFERENCES
    The Sun (Sydney, NSW : 1910 - 1954) Thursday 27 January 1938 p 34 Article
    Abstract: DURING the gay days ahead many names of well-known girls will appear in the social doings with almost monotonous regularity. Thumb-nail sketches are ... 1225 words
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    MISS DEETJE ANDRIESSE . . . lovelv. Dlltch fiJlri tfl.lcnt.prt MqItpq fascinating leather goods. Designs Fix this textall her own clothes.

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  67. SOCIAL AND PERSONAL. Travelling by Mariposa To-morrow: Cocktail Parties: News of Australians Abroad: Holidays and Picnic Races. | Wedding Invitations.
    The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Thursday 27 May 1937 p 19 Article Illustrated
    Abstract: Invitations have been issued for the wedding of Miss Doreen Hawes to Mr. Tom Windeyer, which will take place at St. Mark's Church, Darling Point, on ... 2293 words
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    LOMA Studio Party. The fire escape between the third and fourth floors of the Victoria Arcade will probably be the scene of much coming and going on Saturday, when Miss Loma Latour and Miss Deetje Andriesse are preparing to receive the guests at their studio party. The escape is a splendid short cut between the studios. The originality which usually distinguishes studio parties promises to make this one a success, and the invitations are decorated with a Jaunty girl's figure in an artist's smock. There is additional interest, too, in the recent Vice-Regal visit to the studio; Lady Wakehurst asked to see it last week, and had many complimentary things to say about the plaster cast of a bronze head, which Miss Latour intends to call "Daydreams," and which she plans to exhibit at the Royal Art Society's exhibition.

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  68. Yvonne Sees War Fund Boom At Christmas
    The Sun (Sydney, NSW : 1910 - 1954) Sunday 1 December 1940 p 8 Article Illustrated
    Abstract: It looks as though the 1940 batch of Christmas parties will all be held as money-raisers . . . mostly for war funds, with charity causes worked in he ... 1900 words
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    DEETJE ANDRIESSE snapped at Prince's in a sheer linen dress and eye-taking Regency hat, said farewell to Sydney this week ... off to Wellington, N.Z. . . . her first visit there and until she chooses a flat she will stay with the Consul for the Netherlands, and Mrs. M. Vigivens formerly of Sydney . ... Deetje has been engaged by a manufacturing firm to design clothes.

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  69. SOCIAL AND PERSONAL. Three Well-known Girls to Marry.— Boat Filled with Flowers for Departing Travellers.— Country People Take Houses in Town. | Baby Daughter.
    The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Thursday 11 November 1937 p 21 Article Illustrated
    Abstract: Sir Alexander and Lady McCormick, are returning to Sydney in the Orcades, and they will stay with Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm McCormick, of Point Piper, who ... 1555 words
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    1937: When Miss Deetje Andri'esse, of Lindfield, was a guest at a cocktail; party yesterday, she wore with a black frock a grey suede coatee and cap, which she made herself and which were both trimmed with mother-o' pearl sequins, which were hand-sewn on to the suede. Miss Andrlesse and her bl other. Mr. J. Andrlesse, will leave ? on Sunday for Inverell, where they will spend 10 days as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Graham Body, at Fix this textUlupna.

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  70. SOCIAL Lid[?]lights [?]
    The Sun (Sydney, NSW : 1910 - 1954) Sunday 7 April 1935 p 29 Article Illustrated
    Abstract: THE FIRST TAMWORTH Picnic Races in twenty-two years appear to have been an unqualified success. Many 2255 words
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    Other news of inter est in the Dutch community is that Miss Dietje Andriesse, who is such a universal favorite, has booked her passage for April 20. She and Miss Pat Long Innes will be sailing to- crether on a new enreo boat, which will call In at all kinds of unusual ports, taking ten weeks to reach Tilbury Docks. In the meantime, these two talented young women are hectically rushing round to fare well parties In between collecting necessary garments, and will later doubtless appreciate the long rest which lies ahead of them on board.

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  71. SUSAN SAYS....
    The Sun (Sydney, NSW : 1910 - 1954) Sunday 12 October 1930 p 28 Article Illustrated
    Abstract: I SHALL be curious to see whether the sight seers' interest in Betty Wlllsallen's wedding on Wednesday reaches the height it did in 2825 words
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    pic 1930 glamour - MISS DEETJE ANDR1ESSE A charming member of ihe Dutch Com munity in Sydney and daughter of Mr. . and Mrs. A. L. Andriesse, of Lindftdd, who Will count last week's visit of her naval countryfolk as one of ihe most thrilling of her girl hood memories. She spent whole days at a time on the boats. and on Wednesday , started off with breakfast on the Java, which consist ed of a delicious Dutch dish made up of a mixture of cod fish, fried onions , mashed potatoes, chillies, chulncyt melted butler and cit ron sauce. Fix this text—Monte Luke,

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  72. WHO'S WHO IN SYDNEY. BRIGHT YOUNG THINGS
    The Sun (Sydney, NSW : 1910 - 1954) Thursday 17 June 1937 p 38 Article Illustrated
    Abstract: THERE seems to be no scarcity of girls who' lend charm and distinction to the social life of Sydney. 694 words
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    Miss Deetje Andriesse . . . who has great trouble telling people how to spell her Swedish name. Is tall and fair and has an enviable accent. Dabbles in most things artistic and has a studio In the Victoria Arcade where she works at the most unusual leather bags, belts and accessories. Has a flair for distinctive dressing and until recently, made most of her own clothes. However, she brought lots of frocks back from Europe with her a few months ago, so has not been doing much dressmaking. Has Fix this textbeautiful hands and a merry wit.

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  73. SUE SEES SYDNEY
    The Sun (Sydney, NSW : 1910 - 1954) Thursday 9 January 1941 p 25 Article
    Abstract: MISS JOY MACKINNON phoned me this morning to say that her brother-in-law and sister, Lord and Lady de Villiers, are the parents of a son, born at the ... 743 words
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    1941 in NZ : GREETINGS for the New Year from Deetje Andriesse, who left Sydney for New Zealand just before Christmas. Being extremely busy with her new job as designer for a dressmaking firm, she asked her mother to phone her good wishes, and to-day Mrs. Andriesse is having a long session at the telephone. , Deetje is in Wellington, where she is staying with Mr. M. Vigiveno, Acting Consul for the Netherlands, and Mrs. Vigiveno.

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