Gilmore, Mary, (Dame) (1865-1962)

Also known as
Cameron, Mary (1865-1962)
Cameron, Mary Jean (1865-1962)
Gilmore, Mary Cameron, (Dame) (1865-1962)
Gilmore, Mary Cameron (1865-1962)
Gilmore, Mary Jean, (Dame, DBE) (1865-1962)
Gilmore, Mary Jean, (Dame) (1865-1962)
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Teacher; Poet; Writer;
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Biographies

Dame Mary Jean Gilmore (1865-1962), writer, was born on 16 August 1865 at Mary Vale, Woodhouselee, near Goulburn, New South Wales, eldest child of Donald Cameron, a farmer, born in Inverness-shire,...

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For her services to literature, Mary Gilmore was appointed a Dame Commander of the Order of the British Empire on 1 February 1937. The major themes of her work covered nationalism, the spirit of pioneering, motherhood, women's rights, history, Aboriginal welfare, treatment of prisoners, health and pensions.

Dame Mary Gilmore is the female face of the Australian $10 note. When she died, aged 97, Dame Mary was given a State funeral by both the Federal and New South Wales state governments. Her funeral was attended by all members of the New South Wales Cabinet. Dame Mary donated the Archibald winning portrait painted by William Dobell in 1957 to the Art Gallery of New South Wales.

Due to the itinerant lifestyle of her parents, Donald and Mary Ann Cameron, Mary was educated at a number of country state schools. Aged 16 she became a pupil-teacher at the Superior Public School for Girls in Wagga Wagga, and was transferred to the Infants' Department in 1884. She taught at Beaconsfield Provisional School in 1886, followed by Illabo Public School, and in October 1887 was appointed temporary assistant at Silverton Public School near Broken Hill, New South Wales. In May 1889, Mary wrote to the Chief Inspector at the Department of Public Instruction requesting a move from Silverton back to Sydney on the grounds that her home was in Sydney and that the climate of the Barrier District was too severe for her constitution. She returned to Sydney in 1890 and taught at Neutral Bay, though her name and the dates of her residency are still proudly displayed on the Silverton Public School sign.

During the 1890s Mary became interested in social reform and supported the maritime and shearers' strikes. So as not to break the rules of the Department of Public Instruction, through which she was employed as a teacher, Mary wrote under the pen names Em Jaycey, Sister Jaycey and Rudione Calvert. At about this time she met and became a life-long friend of Henry Lawson.

Mary became the first woman member of the Australian Workers Union, which she claimed she joined under her brother's name. She later became a member of the executive. By 1895 Mary had given up teaching to join William Lane's New Australia Movement. She sailed to his Cosme settlement in Paraguay, arriving January 1896 and there married shearer William Gilmore (1866-1945). A year after their only son William (1898-1945) was born, the family left the settlement and returned to Australia after visiting Henry Lawson and family in London.

From 1902-1912 the Gilmores lived at William's parents' farm in Casterton in Western Victoria. Here Mary was able to re-establish her writing and political links. In 1903 she was featured on the 'Red Page' and she helped with campaigning for the Labor Party in the 1906 and 1910 federal elections for the seat of Wannon. In 1908 Mary commenced editing the woman's page of the , a position she held until 1931. In 1910 her first collections of poems was published.

In 1912 Mary and her son Billy went to live in Sydney while William joined his brother at Cloncurry in North Queensland. By 1918 her second book of poetry, was published, followed by books of prose: (1922) and (1925). Mary's writing was regularly in print, with her last collection of poetry, , published in 1954 when she was 89 years old.

Besides being a prolific writer, Mary was also a founder-member of the Lyceum Club (Sydney), founder and vice-president of the Fellowship of Australian Writers, member of the New South Wales Institute of Journalists and life member of the Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. Dame Mary Gilmore's ashes were buried in her husband's grave at Cloncurry cemetery.

  • Inducted into the Victorian Honour Roll of Women

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Selected resources (53)

Australian Women's Register

  1. Gilmore, Mary Jean
    Published: National Foundation for Australian Women
    Series: IspartOf The Australian Women's Register
  2. State Funeral for Dame Mary Gilmore
    [1962]
    Series: IspartOf The Sydney Morning Herald
  3. Gilmore, Mary (1865 - 1962)
    Elford, Ross G
    [2002]
    Published: University of Melbourne
    Series: IspartOf Australian Trade Union ArchivesUniversity of Melbourne
  4. Some Outstanding Women of Broken Hill and District
    Camilleri, Jenny
    [Broken Hill, NSW]
    Published: Jenny Camilleri (Broken Hill Historical Society/Broken Hill Council)
  5. Great poet was once a £13 a week teacher
    [1973]
    Series: IspartOf Australian Inlander
  6. The Complete Book of Great Australian Women: Thirty-six women who changed the course of Australia
    De Vries, Susanna
    [Sydney]
    Published: HarperCollins
  7. Mary Gilmore - A Memoir
    Foster, I. M
    [1972]
    Series: IspartOf Australian Literary Studies
  8. Monash Biographical Dictionary of 20th Century Australia
    Arnold, John and Morris, Deirdre
    [Port Melbourne (Vic.)]
    Published: Reed Reference Publishing
  9. Victorian Women's Roll of Honour: Women Shaping the Nation
    [2001]
    Published: Century of Federation Victoria
  10. The Changemakers : Ten Significant Australian Women
    Suzane Fabian and Morag Loh
    [Milton, Qld.]
    Published: Jacaranda Press
  11. Australian Feminism: A Companion
    Caine, Barbara, Gatens, Moira et al.
    [Melbourne]
    Published: Oxford University Press
  12. 1000 Famous Australians
    [1978]
    Published: Rigby
  13. List of Electoral Divisions Named After Women
    Australian Electoral Commission
  14. Gilmore, Mary Jean (1865-1962)
    Wilde, W. H.
    [2006]
    Published: National Centre of Biography, Australian National University
    Series: IspartOf Australian Dictionary of Biography
  15. Australian women writers : a bibliographic guide
    Adelaide, Debra
    [London ; Sydney]
    Published: Pandora Press
  16. Faith, Hope and Charity Australian Women and Imperial Honours: 1901-1989
    Australian Women's Archives Project
    [2003]
    Published: Australian Women's Archives Project
  17. Unbroken Spirit: Women in Broken Hill
    Australian Women's Archives Project
    [2009]
    Published: Australian Women's Archives Project
  18. 100 great Australians
    Macklin, Robert
    [South Yarra, Vic.]
    Published: Currey O'Neil Ross
  19. Papers of Jean L. Stevenson, 1932-1959 [manuscript]
    [0.01 m : 1932 - 1959]
    Series: National Library of Australia, Manuscript Collection
    Papers include letters from Dame Mary Gilmore to Jean Stevenson discussing personal matters as well as poetry and writing. Also includes letters to Dame Mary Gilmore in the mid-1930s from aspiring poets asking for advice and criticism of their work. Also a typescript review of Dame Mary Gilmore's "Looking backward over Australia's history: more recollections", and photocopies of inscriptions in books written by Mary Gilmore and owned by Jean Stevenson.
    MS 3840
  20. [Biographical cuttings on Mary Gilmore, containing one or more cuttings from newspapers or journals]
    Series: National Library of Australia
    Bib ID 373882
  21. Ruth Park letters received from Dame Mary Gilmore, 15 January 1946-28 April 1953, including two letters to D'Arcy Niland, 11 September and 28 September 19
    [1 folder : 1946 - 1953]
    Series: State Library of New South Wales
    MLMSS 5433
  22. Sub-series 7.1: Papers relating to Louisa Lawson and Henry Lawson, 1859-1934
    [0.16 m, 1 box : 1859 - 1934]
    Series: Mitchell and Dixson Libraries Manuscripts Collection, State Library of New South Wales
    Folder 1 Letters to Louisa Lawson, with clippings and documents, regarding women's suffrage, her periodical 'The dawn' and legal proceedings over her patent on a mailbag fastener, 1891-1917. Includes a letter to and reference for her daughter Gertrude. Correspondents include Henry Lawson, Sir William Windeyer and his family, Lady Lily Carrington, Bruce Smith and Rose Scott. Folder 2 Letters to and from Louisa Lawson and one letter to Gertrude, 1896-1912. Correspondents include Alfred Stephens, Lady Rachel Dudley and Charles Lawson Folder 3 Letter from the Medical Superintendent, Mental Hospital, Gladesville, regarding Louisa Lawson's condition, 1920; letters from Louisa Lawson to Gertie and Charlie, written from the Mental Hospital, 1920; clippings of Louisa Lawson's poem 'My Nettie', 1878, and Gertrude Lawson's story 'A tale of the Queensland bush', 1909 Folder 4 Envelope labelled 'Gilmore re Lawson', containing manuscript and two typescript copies of 'Personal history: Henry Lawson and I' by Mary Gilmore, and related correspondence between Mary Gilmore and George Robertson, 1923 Folder 5 Copy of NSW Act of Parliament No. 45, 1898, an Act to consolidate the Law respecting the Insane Folder 6 Henry Lawson's cottage, Abbotsford / J. Barclay Godson. 1 print : etching ; plate mark 13.1 x 20 cm. Inscription lower left 'No.7/50', [193-?] Folder 7 Original and copy of Certificate of Marriage of Peter Larsen and Louisa Albury, 7 July 1866; Birth Certificate of Henry Lawson, 17 June 1867; Law Report, Action for alleged negligence, [Louisa] Lawson v. Railway Commissioners, 28 June 1900; letters from Louisa Lawson to George Robertson, 1902-1914 Folder 8 Recollections by Charlie Lawson and Gertrude O'Connor of Henry Lawson's early poems; typescript copies of poetry and prose by 'Skid'; opening lines of Louisa Lawson's poem 'The lonely crossing'; copy of biographical notes on Henry Lawson by Rev. David Allan; correspondence between Louisa Lawson and George Robertson, 1914 Folder 9 Papers relating to Henry Kendall and the campaign to erect a memorial over his grave, including copies of letters from Henry Parkes to Louisa Lawson, clippings, 1859-1919 Folder 10 Two letters from Henry Lawson to his mother, one possibly written from Newcastle, [ca. 1883], and the other from the office of the Brisbane 'Boomerang', [ca. 1891]; reference for Henry Lawson from William Kerridge, carriage and buggy manufacturer, 1887; 'The little bark hut on the hill' pencil sketch and poem; notes on history of the Albury family written by Louisa Lawson Folder 11 Papers relating to the history of Hartley, including letters to W. D. O'Sullivan, a copy of 'Early history of Hartley' by W. D. O'Sullivan and a clipping of an article by Frank Walker, 1909-1913 Folder 12 Henry Lawson at about 21 / Channon & Co. Cabinet card photograph inscribed on reverse 'As Henry had this taken for me, and as it is the earliest photograph of him ever taken - or so he said - he was probably younger than 21. This was taken specially to give me; only half a dozen were ordered. Taken just after he had written . . . "Faces in the Street", 28.4.1933. With my good wish to Mr Cousins, M. Gilmore, 7.3.34' Folder 13 File copy of 'The auld shop & the new'. Printed on title page: 'Written specially for 'The Chief', George Robertson of Angus & Robertson, as some slight acknowledgment of and small return for his splendid generosity during years of trouble and addressed to Donald Angus by Henry Lawson, printed for private circulation, 1923' Folder 14 1. Henry [Lawson] in 1902. Black & white photograph 2-5. Henry Lawson funeral / Broughton & Ward. 4 black & white photographs, 1922 6-12. Henry Lawson funeral / Hall & Co. 7 black & white photographs, 1922 Folder 15 Papers relating to a Henry Lawson essay competition held at Eurunderee Public School, including typescript copies of three essays, a letter from Gertrude O'Connor and a letter from the school to Gertrude O'Connor quoting Henry Lawson's comments during his 1914 visit, 1920 R 2188 Item 1 Pencil contained in envelope labelled 'This pencil was the last one used by Henry Lawson - 1/9/22. [Signed] Gertrude O'Connor'. A further envelope is inscribed 'To Mr Cousins - Gertrude O'Connor (Henry's sister) gave Mr Shenstone Henry's pen, GR this pencil, R. Wiley a matchbox, which GR swapped with me. I think the box is in the Lawson drawer in safe. It's not much use to me keeping it, so I'll give it to put with rest of stuff, unless you would like to have it. R. Wiley' Item 2 Metal ring contained in envelope labelled 'Mrs Louisa Lawson's wedding ring. Mother of Henry Lawson the poet. [Signed] Gertrude O'Connor Item 3 Bronze medal and certificate presented to Mrs Louisa Lawson for printing, by the Woman's Work Exhibition, Sydney, 1892 Item 4 Printing block depicting Louisa Lawson, inscribed on reverse 'Mrs Lawson' Item 5 Printing block depicting woman and baby, inscribed on reverse 'Photograph etched, bevelled mounted by Gertrude Lawson'
    MLMSS 3269/Box 736; R 2188
  23. William Morrow - recordings of addresses given by Jessie Street, and interviews with Jessie Street, 1953-1960
    [12 reels : 1953 - 1960]
    Series: Mitchell and Dixson Libraries Manuscripts Collection, State Library of New South Wales
    Sound recordings - 7hrs 40mins. 1953; Recording of the 50th anniversary celebration of women's suffrage in Australia, including a welcome to delegates, speakers include Dame Mary Gilmore and Henrietta Greville, 16 December 1953. (Call No.: CY MLOH 52/1) n.d.; Recording of Jessie Street in conversation on nuclear disarmament (Call No.: CY MLOH 52/2) 1960; Recording of Dr Linus Pauling and Mrs Pauling speaking at St Pancras Town Hall, England, on why the world must disarm, 17 July 1960 (Call No.: CY MLOH 52/3) 1959; Recording of the Deserted Wives Conference, speakers include Jessie Street (Call No.: CY MLOH 52/4-5) n.d.; Recording of Jessie Street speaking on aspects of China; and a recording of a news item in which Jessie Street comments on allegations that the Conference on Disarmament was a communist initiative. (Call No.: CY MLOH 52/6) n.d.; 'A World without War', being a recording of the British Peace Party National Conference on Disarmament (Call No.: CY MLOH 52/7) n.d.; Interviews by Jessie Street with suffragettes including Lilian Lenton, Charlotte Marsh, Eileen Casey and Mary Leigh. They recall being in prison, confrontations with the police, and hunger strikes. (Call No.: CY MLOH 52/8) n.d.; 'Women of Britain. The Story of their Struggle', by Nancy Brush, read by Pat Burke; and interviews by Jessie Street with Charlotte Marsh, Eileen Casey and Mary Leigh (Call No.: CY MLOH 52/9) n.d.; Recording of Jessie Street speaking about China including illiteracy, living conditions and nomadic minority races (Call No.: CY MLOH 52/10-12)
    MLOH 52
  24. Papers of Dame Mary Gilmore, 1902-1962 [manuscript]
    [2.55 m : 1902 - 1962]
    Series: National Library of Australia, Manuscript Collection
    This collection of papers has been arranged into the following series: I. Correspondence, 1905-1961, business and personal. Major correspondents include Larry Chaplin, Joan Hendry, Enid Morton (Acting Secretary Mary Gilmore Awards), Hilda Brotherton (President Brisbane Writers Guild), Marjorie Hancock (Deputy Librarian Mitchell Library, Sydney), Dame Sybil Thorndike and Walter J. Hucker (Director Air Programs Australia). II. Dame Mary Gilmore's writings. This includes manuscripts and draft typescript of addresses, articles, letters to editors, poetry and other writings. III. Newspaper clippings, scrapbooks, printed material, publications and miscellaneous papers, 1902-1962. Included is a copy of a guide to the Mitchell Library's holding of Gilmore papers.
    MS 8766
  25. Papers of Mary Gilmore, 1883-1962 [manuscript]
    [2 m, 13 boxes : 1883 - 1962]
    Series: National Library of Australia, Manuscript Collection
    Manuscripts and typescripts of poems; sheet music; scrapbook; correspondence; miscellaneous printed items received by Mary Gilmore; photographs; press cuttings; diaries.
    MS 727
  26. Papers of Dame Mary Gilmore, 1837-1962 [manuscript]
    [0.28 m, 9 folders : 1837 - 1962]
    Series: National Library of Australia, Manuscript Collection
    Poems; original notes of "Arrows"; correspondence, including letters from John Hargrave, Mrs. Kathleen Murchie, Clem Christeson, Karol Boyar, and Helen Cameron Roberts; two postcards; several periodicals; corrected proofs of the Tilted Cart; and miscellaneous press clippings on a wide variety of subjects of interest to Mary Gilmore.
    MS 1695
  27. Papers of Mary Gilmore, 1865-1962 [manuscript]
    [0.03 m, 5 folders : 1865 - 1962]
    Series: National Library of Australia, Manuscript Collection
    The collection comprises: drafts of poetry; letters to W.A. Woods, Mrs Gollan Lewis, Mrs W.A. Woods; correspondence received by W.A. Woods from A.G. Stephens and Rose Webster concerning Mary Gilmore; press cuttings concerning Mary Gilmore.
    MS 1662
  28. Dame Mary Gilmore papers, 1911-1954
    [1 m : 1911 - 1954]
    Series: Mitchell and Dixson Libraries Manuscripts Collection, State Library of New South Wales
    Diaries, 1940-1949; letters received, including correspondence with Henry Lawson; papers re misc. literary societies and women's organisations; poems and articles; biographical material; writings by other authors; misc. postcards, photographs, invitations, programmes, newscuttings etc.
    A 3252- A 3293/8
  29. Papers of Dame Mary Gilmore 1948 [manuscript]
    [0.01 m, 1 folder : 1948]
    Series: National Library of Australia, Manuscript Collection
    Typescripts (corrected and later version) of The First (Phantom) Coat of Arms. The Coat-of-Arms was thought out by Mary Gilmore's father, and his kinsman Mr Ogilvie of Yugilbar in about the year 1870-71. It was made as the breast-plate of "Bobby, Chief of the Yugilbar Tribe". Breastplates were given as protection by squatters to the Aboriginal people working for them. Her father cut the model from which the copper breast plate was to be copied. Dame Mary Gilmore presented the breast plate to the National Library. Also includes a letter by Mary Gilmore to William Farmer Whyte regarding the breastplate.
    MS 9595
  30. Diaries of Dame Mary Gilmore, 1940-1949 [manuscript]
    [0.7 m : 1940 - 1949]
    Series: National Library of Australia, Manuscript Collection
    Unbound original typescript made by Dame Mary Gilmore from her manuscript diary.
    MS 614
  31. Papers of Dame Mary Gilmore, 1923-1962 [manuscript]
    [0.02 m : 1923 - 1962]
    Series: National Library of Australia, Manuscript Collection
    Letters, dated 1923-1962, most of which are from Mary Gilmore to Alec Chisholm. Also contains a few carbon copies of Alec Chisholm's letters to Mary Gilmore. Manuscript copies of 7 poems printed in various newspapers & journals. Newspapers cuttings concerning Mary Gilmore including letters written by her to newspapers, obituaries reviews of her work. Pamphlets, notes, photograph of most of Mary Gilmore by Raynor Holl.
    MS 1880
  32. Dowell O'Reilly - Papers, 1884-1923, with additional family papers, 1877-1944
    [1877 - 1944]
    Series: Mitchell and Dixson Libraries Manuscripts Collection, State Library of New South Wales
    Guide and index to correspondents compiled in the Mitchell Library [10ff] (Call No.: MLMSS 231/1) I. CORRESPONDENCE, 1884-1923 1905-1917; Correspondence with Maria O'Reilly, 1913-1917; and with her mother Louisa Miles, 1905-1916 (Call No.: MLMSS 231/2-5) 1891-1920; Correspondence with Maria O'Reilly and her mother Louisa Miles, 1905-1917; correspondence with Lady Helen McMillan, 1891-1920 (Call No.: CY 4202 [MLMSS 231/6]) 1891-1922; Correspondence with Lady Helen McMillan, 1891-1921; correspondence with John Le Gay Brereton, 1899-1922 (Call No.: CY 3763 [MLMSS 231/7]) 1899-1923; Correspondence with John Le Gay Brereton, 1899-1922; correspondence with Sir David Ferguson, 1905-1923; correspondence with William Morris Hughes, 1905-1922 (Call No.: CY 3120 [MLMSS 231/8]) 1884-1923; Miscellaneous correspondence. Correspondents include: Christopher John Brennan, 1915-1919; Dame Mary Gilmour, 1912-1923; Sir Hubert Murray, 1893-1923; Sir Henry Parkes, 1893-1894; Rose Scott, 1906-1922; A.G. Stephens, 1902-1922; and Ethel Turner, 1903-1917 (Call No.: CY 3121,CY 3122,CY 3123 [MLMSS 231/9-11]) II. LITERARY MANUSCRIPTS, ca.1884-ca.1922 ca.1884-ca.1922; Literary manuscripts include: stories, 19--1920; articles, 18--19-; poetry, ca.1884-ca.1922; play, date unknown (Call No.: MLMSS 231/12-13) III. MISCELLANEOUS PAPERS, ca.1899-1922 (Call No.: MLMSS 231/13) IV. PAPERS OF MARIE O'REILLY, 1913-1944 1913-1944; Papers being mainly correspondence relating to Dowell O'Reilly. Correspondents include: John Le Gay Brereton, 1923-1928; Dame Mary Gilmour, 1923-1924; Nettie Palmer, 1923-ca.1935 (Call No.: CY 4203 [MLMSS 231/14]) V. MISCELLANEOUS AND INCIDENTAL PAPERS, 1877-1924 (Call No.: CY 4203 [MLMSS 231/14])
    MLMSS 231
  33. Gilmore, Dame Mary
    Series: Outback Archives, Broken Hill City Library
    Folder containing articles and notes on her early teaching career.
    Filing system by name
  34. [Personal Papers of Prime Minister Curtin] Correspondence 'G' [Mrs F R Gale - Gordon Branch Australian Labor Party, includes poem sent to Mrs Elsie Curtin by Dame Mary Gilmore]
    [30 September 1941 - 30 April 1942]
    Series: National Archives of Australia, National Office, Canberra
    Series M1415; Control Symbol 46; Item Barcode 1516079
  35. Papers relating to National Council of Women of New South Wales, 1895-1897
    [1895 - 1897]
    Series: Mitchell and Dixson Libraries Manuscripts Collection, State Library of New South Wales
    Microfilm : CY 3703, frames 66-108 Item 1 Manuscript report, accounts of meetings of National Council of Women of New South Wales, 7 November 1895 Item 2 Manuscript report, accounts of meetings of National Council of Women of New South Wales, 26 June 1896 Item 3 Manuscript draft of constitution of National Council of Women of New South Wales Item 4 Bills and receipts (5) for printing pamphlets and cards for the National Council of Women from Samuel E. Lees, printers, stationers, 1895-1896 Item 5 Papers of Margaret Windeyer, 1895-1897 including holograph letters and incomplete manuscript notes of a speech made at the inaugural meeting of the Council
    An 30
  36. National Council of Women of NSW Inc. - further records, 1926-1927, 1937-1990
    [0.91 m, 7 boxes : 1926 - 1990]
    Series: Mitchell and Dixson Libraries Manuscripts Collection, State Library of New South Wales
    1926-1927, 1937-1990 Executive Committee Meeting Minutes, 17 April 1958 - 18 May 1971 (Call No.: ADD ON 2061/BOX 1) Executive Committee Meeting Minutes, 15 June 1971 - 21 June 1977 (Call No.: ADD ON 2061/BOX 2) Executive Committee Meeting Minutes, 19 July 1977 - 18 June 1985 (Call No.: ADD ON 2061/BOX 3) General Council Meeting Minutes, 28 July 1955 - 25 May 1978 (Call No.: ADD ON 2061/BOX 4) General Council Meeting Minutes, 29 June 1978 - 25 August 1988 (Call No.: ADD ON 2061/BOX 5) Financial records : Cash books, 1926 - 1927, 1948 - 1990 (Call No.: ADD ON 2061/BOX 6) Financial records : Auditor's Statements of Income and Expenditure, 1937 - 1965, 1982, 1984 - 1985; Register of receipt books, 1966 - 1974 (Call No.: ADD ON 2061/BOX 7)
    MLMSS 3739 ADD-ON 2061
  37. National Council of Women of New South Wales further papers, 1895-1981
    [3 boxes : 1895 - 1981]
    Series: Mitchell and Dixson Libraries Manuscripts Collection, State Library of New South Wales
    BOX 1 Typescripts of entries included in Endeavour, 1980-1981 Current file 11 April 1980 Material collected for Endeavour (typescript and manuscript), 1969-1980 Copies of questionnaire for updating information relating to women's organisations in N.S.W., 1969-1978 BOX 2 Alphabetical files on women's organisations, 1969-ca. 1976: A B+ C D, E, F + G H+I J,K, L + M BOX 3 Alphabetical files, 1969-1970: N, 0, F + Q R, S T, U, V W, Y, Z
    MLMSS 3739 ADD-ON 1690
  38. National Council of Women of NSW - program for the launch of the Centenary Stamp Issue and a complete set of the issue, 1996
    [0.01 m, 1 folder : 1996]
    Series: Mitchell and Dixson Libraries Manuscripts Collection, State Library of New South Wales
    1996; National Council of Women of NSW Centenary Stamp Issue : Program for the launch of the stamps, 8 August 1996; complete set of the issue comprising 1 first day cover, 2 maximum cards, 1 post office pack, and 2 gutter strips of 10 stamps of each of the two stamps
    SAFE/MLMSS 3739 ADD-ON 2088
  39. National Council of Women of New South Wales further records, 1895-1997
    [3.74 m : 1895 - 1997]
    Series: Mitchell and Dixson Libraries Manuscripts Collection, State Library of New South Wales
    BOX 1 History of the National Council of Women in South Australia 1902-1980 / Barbara J. Pitt, 1981; Capital Women: A history of the work of the National Council of Women (ACT) 1939-1979 / Freda Stephenson, 1992; Water, our nation's most precious resource: a series of three lectures presented at the N.C.W. Council Meetings in February, March and April 1997; Life and times of Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, Sydney, Australia / Muriel Knox Doherty, 1996; Off the record: the life and times of Muriel Knox Doherty, 1896-1988 / R. Lynette Russell (ed.), 1996 Folder 1 N.C.W. News, no. 198, February 2004; National Council of Women of New South Wales Inc. 108th Annual Report, 1896-2004, presented at the Annual General Meeting 29 September 2004; photograph printed from newspaper clipping of Ruby Board, President 1938-1948, and colour photograph of Maureen Giddings (OBE), President 1970-1974; photocopy of manuscript notes from Executive meetings, 1992-1996 BOX 2 Photographs and captions from the National Council of Women of New South Wales Centenary Exhibition, Fountain Forecourt, NSW Parliament House, 16 April-30 June 1996 BOX 3 Folder 1 Pageant of Endeavour poster, 1970; Endeavour: women's organisations in New South Wales, 1896-1978 / National Council of Women of New South Wales, 1980; papers, correspondence, etc. relating to Endeavour, and the Pageant of Endeavour exhibition, 1970-1987 Folder 2 Papers relating to the Centenary Year, including minutes, agendas, programs, and details of committee members, 1994-1996 Folder 3 Papers and correspondence relating to the Centenary Year, 1993-1996 Folder 4 Papers and correspondence relating to the launch of the Centenary Stamp Issue. Includes stamp, envelope, and postcard packs, 1988-1996 Folder 5 Papers relating to the compilation of the National Council of Women of NSW chronology, 1896-1996. Includes notes, drafts, photographs and copies of photographs, ca. 1985-1996 Folder 6 Papers, brochures, photographs, eulogy - Dr. Grace Cuthbert-Browne, cookbook, reports, etc., 1965-1997 Folder 7 Papers and correspondence relating to the National Economic Summit Conference, held in Canberra, 1983 Folder 8 Balance sheets, including some reports from auditors and accountants, as at 31 July 1976, 1978, 1986, 1990-1993 Folder 9 The Woman's Voice, vol. 3, no. 8, 23 November, 1895; Bulletin [monthly publication of the] International Council of Women, multiple volumes between 1927-1943 BOX 4 Folder 1 International Council of Women brochures, ca. 1947-1969 Folder 2 Papers and seminars, 1969-1988 Folder 3 Papers, correspondence, questionnaires, etc. relating to issues such as children, health, abortion, disabilities, 1963-1976 Folder 4 Papers, correspondence, and reports relating to a survey on smoking by young women between 15-25 years, and the Australian Council on smoking and health, ca. 1973-1989 Folder 5 Photographs and resumes of Joyce Marion McConnell, and Dorothy Edna Annie Edwards, ca. 1950-1991 Folder 6 Papers, photographs, brochures, correspondence, menus, newspaper clipping, N.C.W. celebrations, 1975-1990, and 'Women of Achievement' luncheon, 1979 Volume 1 Papers, minutes, newspaper clippings, and reports relating to the N.C.W. N.S.W. Standing Committee of Health, Child and Family; the Health Convenor; and on abortion laws, 1962-1981 BOX 5 Sound recordings 5 sound cassettes: Annual Luncheon speeches, 28 June 1983; Seminar 'Today's Child', 24 March 1984; International Year of Peace seminar, speakers D. W. Langshaw and E. Lomas, 16 March 1985; National Council of Women of N.S.W. 90th birthday celebrations (2 tapes), 26 June 1986; AIDS seminar, speaker Reverend Dorothy McMahon, 10 October 1987 1 sound reel: Tape of speech made by Mrs Hallenstein to ladies of Geelong regarding jury service, ca. 1967 Album 1 Collection of newspaper clippings on issues concerning women, including employment, social conditions, health, education, laws, etc.; also articles on the National Council of Women and its members, 1966-1996 Album 2 Collection of newspaper clippings on issues concerning women, including employment, social conditions, health, education, laws, etc.; also articles on the National Council of Women and its members, 1975-1976 N.C.W. Award (plaque mounted on wood) presented to Edith May Cox, 1994 BOX 6 Album of newspaper cuttings on issues concerning women, including employment, social conditions, health, education, laws, etc., 1964-1966 BOX 7-8 Banners used for the 1996 Centenary exhibition at Parliament House, Sydney. Originally from the 1970 Bi-centenary of Captain Cook celebrations FOLDER 9 6 mounted poster panels from the Centenary exhibition, including images of women and N.C.W. members, 1996 MOTION PICTURES The 16 mm film 'Pageant of Endeavour' produced by Cinesound Movietone Productions is housed separately from the records at MLMSS .... VHS video 'Family Awareness Project' produced by the National Council of Women of Launceston is housed separately from the records at MLMSS .... U-matic videos 'National Council of Women of N.S.W. Seminar', tapes 6-431 and 6-433, 29 May 1979. These are housed separately from the records at MLMSS 8222 For enquiries about this material please contact the Manuscripts Section
    MLMSS 8222; MLOH 650
  40. Records, 1895-1962 [manuscript]
    [4 folders : 1895 - 1962]
    Series: National Library of Australia, Manuscript Collection
    (I) Papers concerning Mary Gilmore comprising photocopies of letters from A. G. Stephens to Mr. Woods re the publication of her poetry, and some original MSS, and photocopies of poems. (II) letter by A. G. Stephens to George Black at Parliament House, referring to the printing of an article by Stephens. (III) Memorial volume; minute book and letter relating to its publication. (IV) Correspondence between Shaw Neilson and A. G. Stephens, and two letters from Hilda Malmgren and a publishing agreement.
    MS 2037
  41. Papers, [manuscript].
    [1945]
    Series: State Library of Victoria
    A collection of papers consisting of letters from the following (number of letters indicated): Baker, Eric (1); Baker, Kate (25); Croll, R.H. (1); Cronin, Bernard (1); Gilmore, Dame Mary (1); Mattingley, A.H.E. (5); Kennedy, Victor (13); Murdoch, Sir Keith (1); minutes of meetings, 1946-1947; Articles of Association.
    Accession no: M 5662
  42. Papers of Kate Baker, 1893-1946 [manuscript]
    [1.5 m, 10 boxes : 1893 - 1946]
    Series: National Library of Australia, Manuscript Collection
    The collection consists mainly of correspondence relating to Australian literary interests and figures, particularly to Joseph Furphy and his writings. The main sections are letters from Furphy to his mother, to Kate Baker and to William Cathels; from Kate Baker to Margaret Boyd and A.K. Wilson; and from A.G. Stephens to Furphy and Baker. Correspondents in the collection include: J.S. Neilson, Guy Innes, C. Winterbottom, Vance and Nettie Palmer, Miles Franklin, Charles Bryde, Gerald Bryne, J.K. Ewers, H.B. Grattan, F. Wilmot, the editor of the Bulletin, the Australian Literature Society and publishers and booksellers such as Angus and Robertson. Other items include photographs, presscuttings, typescript copies of articles, MS copies of poems by J. Furphy and Kate Baker's Silhouettes - articles about such Australian literary figures as Ada Cambridge, J.K. Ewers, J.S. Neilson, Alice Henry, R.H. Croll, D.O'Reilly, Canon Hughes, Vance & Nettie Palmer, Dame Mary Gilmore Hubert Church, B. O'Dowd, A.G. Stephens, C. Winterbottom, C. Bryde, M. Franklin, G. Byrne, Edith Coleman, E. Coulson Davidson, C. Lang, C. Strong and Victor Kennedy.
    MS 2022
  43. Letters, 1971-1972 to the University of Queensland.
    [1 folder : 1971 - 1972]
    Series: Fryer Library and Department of Special Collections, University of Queensland
    Some letters photocopies.
    F272
  44. Photographs, 19-- [manuscript]
    [1 folder ]
    Series: National Library of Australia, Manuscript Collection
    Photographic copies of 77 black and white photographs mainly of notable writers and literary figures including Dame Mary Gilmore, Sir Lionel Lindsay, Norman Lindsay, Ethel Turner, Zora Cross, Tom Inglis Moore and Ruth Park.
    MS 6191
  45. National Council of Women of New South Wales records, 1895-1976
    [4 boxes : - 1976]
    Series: Mitchell and Dixson Libraries Manuscripts Collection, State Library of New South Wales
    Include minutes of Executive and General meetings, and tape recordings, 1976
    MLMSS 3739 (MLK 3009-MLK 3012)
  46. Miles Franklin - Papers, 1841-1954
    [6.55 m : 1841 - 1954]
    Series: Mitchell and Dixson Libraries Manuscripts Collection, State Library of New South Wales
    1. Personal papers, 1880-1954. Includes diaries and notebooks, 1909-1954; correspondence, 1887-1954; miscellaneous personal papers, 1887-1954, including Reichs 1000 bank note and stamps removed from scrapbook at MLMSS 364/51A and transferred to SAFE/MLMSS 364/51A/p. 41 2. Literary papers, 1887-1954. Includes manuscripts of novels, short stories, essays, articles, plays, verse, literary criticism, biography and talks, 1887-1954; publishing papers, 1899-1954; correspondence concerning talks, 1935-1953; also includes literary papers of Mary Fullerton, 1930-1950 3. Papers concerning her service with the Scottish Women's Hospitals for Foreign Service, 1917-1919, 1941 4. Financial and legal papers, 1909-1954 5. Family papers, 1841-1950. Includes papers of various members of the Franklin and Lampe families 6. Incidental papers, 1903-1954. Includes papers received from the estates of Alice Henry, 1903-1946, and Mary Fullerton, 1923-1946 7. Papers collected, literary and miscellaneous, 1898-1953 8. Miscellanea, 1886-1950 9. Map filed at M Ser 4000/1 10. Pictorial material; description filed at Pic.Acc.1132
    MLMSS 364
  47. Papers of Eleanor Dark, 1910-1974 [manuscript]
    [0.32 m : 1910 - 1974]
    Series: National Library of Australia, Manuscript Collection
    The collection consists of newspaper clippings (1936-1954) mainly reviews of Eleanor Dark's novels, and letters (1923-1974) from a number of the prominent Australian literary figures of the period. The correspondents include Manning Clark, Kate Baker, Jean Devaney, Flora Eldershaw, Mary Gilmore, Vance and Nettie Palmer, Miles Franklin, Eric Lowe, Marjorie Barnard, Ethel Turner, Xavier Herbert, Frank Dalby Davison, Brian Fitzpatrick, Alec Chisholm, Kylie Tennant, Meta Mackan, Ruth Park, Ethel Curlewis, C.B. Christesen.
    MS 4998
  48. Talking history program on the National Library's Oral History section and the Hazel de Berg Collection compiled by Tim Bowden [sound recording]
    [1 : 16 December 1989]
    Series: National Library of Australia, Oral History and Folklore Collection
    1 tape reel (ca. 30 min.). Recorded for radio, original held by ABC. Devised for the Talking history program following the official opening of the National Library's new Oral History and Sound Preservation studios and reading room. The program also features the Hazel de Berg Oral History collection, held in the National Library. Those recorded include the Governor-General Bill Hayden, Mark Cranfield - chief Oral History Officer (N.L.A.), Diana Rich (De Berg's daughter), Harold White (former National Librarian), Hazel De Berg and Dame Mary Gilmore.
    ORAL TRC 2542
  49. Windeyer family papers, 1829-1943
    Series: State Library of New South Wales
    I. PAPERS OF CHARLES WINDEYER, 1829-1844 1829-1844; Papers include permit to select land and copies of documents concerning his work as a police magistrate [original documents transferred to the Archives Office of NSW] (Call No.: MLMSS 186/1) (Request Microfilm: CY 2425) II. PAPERS OF RICHARD WINDEYER, 1829-1849 A. Correspondence, 1834-1848. Correspondence concerning family, legal and business matters, including a letter to Mary Puddefoot from A.M. Thompson, 30 April 1830. (Call No.: MLMSS 186/1) (Request Microfilm: CY 2425) B. Legal and business papers, 1836-1848, including agreements and licences, 1836-1848 and a brief concerning Bank of Australasia v. Bank of Australia, 1843-1844 (Call No.: MLMSS 186/2) (Request Microfilm: CY 2425) C. Miscellaneous financial records, 1829-1849 Ledger, 1829, concerning work as a journalist in England, also reused 1834-1842 as an account book of personal expenses; Farm memorandum book, possibly kept at Tomago, 1834-1840. (Call No.: MLMSS 186/2) (Request Microfilm: CY 2425) Receipts and vouchers, 1836-1849, mainly concerning Tomago. (Call No.: MLMSS 186/3-6) (Request Microfilm: CY 2425) III. PAPERS OF MARIA WINDEYER, 1843-1876 1843-1876; Mainly correspondence, including a letter from H. Camfield to the Rev. J.J. Lamb, 6 Feb. 1847, and receipts (3) for Elizabeth Camfield, 1852-1866. (Call No.: MLMSS 186/7) (Request Microfilm: CY 2653) IV. PAPERS OF SIR WILLIAM CHARLES WINDEYER, 1848-1910 A. Correspondence, 1848-1897. Correspondents include family, members of Parliament, legal and judicial colleagues, staff of Sydney University and Sydney Grammar School, Governors of New South Wales, Florence Nightingale, 1873, Lucy Osburn, 1884, D.S. Mitchell, 10 Oct. 1857 and Henry Parkes, 1866-1893. A list of correspondence with Sir Henry Parkes, compiled by A.W. Martin, is located in Box 21. (Call No.: MLMSS 186/8 (Request Microfilm: CY CY 2466); MLMSS 186/9 (Request Microfilm: CY 2489); [MLMSS 186/10 (Request Microfilm: CY 2473; MLMSS 186/11 (Request Microfilm: CY 2476)) B. Miscellaneous papers, 1846-1910, including school exercise books, 1851, share certificates, 1872-1893, legal judgements, an account of the shipwreck of the 'City of Sydney', 6 Nov. 1862, in which he was involved, herd book, 1884-1910 and other papers concerning Tomago Estate. (Call No.: MLMSS 186/12) V. PAPERS OF LADY WINDEYER, 1854-1911 A. Correspondence, 1854-1911, including a letter to her sister, Anne Jane Bolton, 19 Nov. 1875. Correspondents include Mrs John Dunmore Lang, 1891, Lucy Osburn, 1884-1893, Rose Scott, 1891-1911, Henry Parkes, 1887, Annie Besant, 1894, and deal with women's suffrage, 1891, the Exhibition of Women's Industries and Centenary Fair, 1888, with letters written by competitors in French and Italian and the World's Columbian Exposition in Chicago, 1893. (Call No.: MLMSS 186/13 (Request Microfilm: CY 2643); MLMSS 186/14 (Request Microfilm: CY 2644); MLMSS 186/15 (Request Microfilm: CY 2645)) B. Miscellaneous papers, 1888-1918, including poems by Lady Windeyer, biographical notes by Margaret Windeyer, certificates (4) concerning the Exhibition of Women's Industries, 1888, and certificates (3) won at agricultural shows, 1907-1909. (Call No.: MLMSS 186/16) VI. PAPERS OF MARGARET WINDEYER, 1885-1939 A. Correspondence, 1885-1939, and miscellaneous papers, 1892-1903, including records of the Womanhood Suffrage League and an essay entitled 'Librarianship as a profession for women'. Correspondents include Lucy Osburn, 1886, A. Dewey, 1894-1913, Rose Scott, 1894-1897, B. Grimshaw, 1907-1911, Mary Gilmore, 1914, and Georgina King, 1914-1922. (Call No.: MLMSS 186/17 (Request Microfilm: CY 2646); MLMSS 186/18 (Request Microfilm: CY 2647)) B. Certificates, 1893-1938, including one from New York State Library School signed by Melvil Dewey, 1900. (Call No.: MLMSS 186/19X) VII. PAPERS OF JANE WINDEYER, 1872-1946 A. Letters received, 1872-1946, 'An Old House' written by Jane Windeyer, 1943, with a bookplate showing the interior of Tomago House and loose items from the scrapbook. (Call No.: MLMSS 186/20) B. 'Scrap book of Newspaper Notices, compiled by Jane Windeyer', using an account book kept by a great-uncle at Groombridge Place, Kent, England, 1857-1937, including family letters, 1897-1912. (Call No.: MLMSS 186/20) VIII. PAPERS OF RICHARD WINDEYER, 1899-1921 Includes a letter from his son, Richard Michael Windeyer, and receipts concerning Tomago Estate, 1899-1900. (Call No.: MLMSS 186/20) IX. PAPERS OF ANNE JANE BOLTON, 1872-1901 Includes verses, letters received, 1872-1901, and biographical notes by Jane Windeyer with related letter, 28 Dec. 1922. (Call No.: MLMSS 186/20) X. INCIDENTAL PAPERS, 1838-1943 (Call No.: MLMSS 186/21) Box 21 includes a contents list for incidental papers in Box 21, and a list, compiled by A.W. Martin, of correspondence between Sir Henry Parkes and Sir William Charles Windeyer in MLMSS 186/8-11.
    MLMSS 186
  50. Papers of Myrtle Rose White, 1940-1961 [manuscript]
    [0.32 m : 1940 - 1961]
    Series: National Library of Australia, Manuscript Collection
    Letters written by Mrytle Rose White to her daughter, Mrs Doris Chambers; most are undated but are in the 1950's and 1960 and 1961. A small collection of letters received by M.R. White from Mary Gilmore and others; photographs, typescript drafts of published works, Beyond the western rivers (1956), From that day to this (1961) and unpublished works, "Led by new stars" and "Narangeri boss". Also includes a cartoon by Albert Smith, no date. Signed by Mary Gilmore and Miles Franklin.
    MS 6454
  51. Records, 1928-1994 [manuscript]
    [1928 - 1994]
    Series: National Library of Australia, Manuscript Collection
    1. Combined visitors book and scrapbook (known as "The Book of Words") of the Pakies Club, containing photographs, pen and ink sketches, typescript poems and news clippings relating to Club activities and members. Names included in visitor book entries include Mary Gilmore, Walter Burley Griffin, Frank Dalby Davison, Katharine Susannah Prichard, Miles Franklin, Xavier Herbert, Nancy Keesing and Unk White. 2. Incomplete set of master copies of "Urge", loosely bound in large folder: v. 1, no. 2, 9 March 1933; v. 1, no. 3, 9 April 1933; v. 1, no. 4, 9 May 1933; v. 1, no. 6, 9 July 1933; v. 1, no. 7, 9 August 1933; v. 1, no. 8, 9 September 1933; v. 1, no. 9, 9 December 1933; 1, no. 10, 9 February? 1934; v. 1, no. 11, 9 April 1934; v. 1, no. 11, 9 April 1934; July-August 1934; November-December 1934; February 1935. 3. Papers relating to the Burley Griffins: letters, photographs of Marion Griffin; architectural drawings; newspaper cuttings; 1990s papers about a Griffin designed house in Castle Crag.
    MS 9071
  52. Correspondence and diaries, 1910-1962 [manuscript]
    [0.3 m : 1910 - 1962]
    Series: National Library of Australia, Manuscript Collection
    Correspondence (mostly letters from Dame Mary Gilmore), clippings and farm diaries.
    MS 4714
  53. Silverton Public School
    [2009]

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  1. [Souvenir of Mary Gilmore's birthday party, August 1942]
    Gilmore, Mary Dame, 1865-1962
    [ Book : 1942-1965 ]
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  2. Letters
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  3. Stikhi / Mėri Gilmor
    Gilmore, Mary Dame, 1865-1962
    [ Book : 1957 ]
    Languages: Russian
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  4. Letters : to Miss Irene Foster
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  6. Papers of Dame Mary Gilmore
    Gilmore, Mary, Dame, 1865-1962
    [ Unpublished : 1902-1962 ]
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  7. Letter to Hugh Frewen
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    [ Book : 1942 ]
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  8. The Quail, MS poem with M. Gilmore's corrections and signature
    Gilmore, Mary Dame, 1865-1962
    [ Unpublished : 1939 ]
    At National Library
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  9. Letter, Kings Cross, Sydney to Mr Little
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    [ Unpublished : 1950 ]
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  10. Letter : Kings Cross to Mr Dobell
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  1. [Souvenir of Mary Gilmore's birthday party, August 1942]
    Gilmore, Mary Dame, 1865-1962
    [ Book : 1942-1965 ]
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  3. Stikhi / Mėri Gilmor
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    [ Book : 1957 ]
    Languages: Russian
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  4. Letters : to Miss Irene Foster
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    [ Unpublished : 1931-1961 ]
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  6. Papers of Dame Mary Gilmore
    Gilmore, Mary, Dame, 1865-1962
    [ Unpublished : 1902-1962 ]
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  7. Letter to Hugh Frewen
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    [ Book : 1942 ]
    At UQ Library
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  8. The Quail, MS poem with M. Gilmore's corrections and signature
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    [ Unpublished : 1939 ]
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  1. Mary Gilmore Award (1956-)
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    ... . She was born Ethel Mary Burwell in Doncaster in England. Ethel Turner was educated at Paddington ... Parthenon, a journal for young people. As 'Dame Durden', she wrote children's columns for the Illustrated ...
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    The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957) Saturday 10 August 1946 p 15 Article Illustrated
    ... DAME MARY-GILMORE Australia's Literary Matriarch ... 5 words
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  2. DAME MARY GILMORE
    The Australian Women's Weekly (1933 - 1982) Wednesday 25 September 1957 p 3 Article Illustrated
    ... DAME MARY GILMORE by WILLIAM DOBELL . William Dobell, outstanding Australian artist, ¡minted this ... portrait of Dame Mary Gilmore, grand old lady of Australian letters, who recently celebrated her 92nd birth ... 1384 words
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    ... Dame Mary Gilmore AMONG the honours which were announced last week, none was more rightly earned or ... not because of the faith and energy of those like Dame Mary Gilmore, who worked so singleheartedly for ... 219 words
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    ... Into Burmese Silence (1962), The Lotus and the Spinning Wheel (1963). COUCHMAN CRESCENT Elizabeth May ... Ann Creal (1865-1921) Matron, Sydney Hospital from 1899; founding member and councillor of the Trained ... 12629 words
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    ... ). (83-4000) Ross Ian Caesar and Ursula Mary Caesar, for a dam and pump on an unnamed watercourse, part ... land by floodwaters (new license). (77-3372) Michael Deane Hehir, for a dam and pump on an unnamed ... 2370 words
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  3. List of Horse and Cattle Brands for Quarter ending 31st March, 1902.
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    ... , Brixworth, via Tenterfield Alfred Ernest Shepherd, Bonville Mrs. Mary Ross, Bonnie Doon, Walcha Alfred Woods ... McLean, Kangaroo Creek, Tooloom Marie Ann Dowling, Dalton Dennis Joseph Roche, South Grafton Margaret ... 4966 words
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  1. Portrait of Dame Mary Gilmore
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  3. PORTRAIT OF DAME MARY GILMORE
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  3. TURNBULL, Fred Bligh, c.1893- 1968, school teacher, AIF, J.P., local politician
    TURNBULL, Fred Bligh, c.1893- 1968, school teacher, AIF, J.P., local politician
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    [ Object : 1954 ]
    Australian Literature Society medal for book of poems, 1954 / manufactured by Dunkling's The Jewellers Pty Ltd
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    [ Photograph, Object : 1962 ]
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  1. Courage a grace : a biography of Dame Mary Gilmore
    Wilde, W.H
    [ Book : 1988 ]
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  2. Gilmore, Mary
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  3. Mary Gilmore
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  4. Mary Gilmore / selection and intro. by R. D. Fitzgerald
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  1. Dame Mary Gilmore
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  2. PM 93/1962 - Dame Mary Gilmore
    Menzies, Robert
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  3. Dame Mary Gilmore and Henry Lawson
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  4. Memorial to Dame Mary Gilmore [Book Review]
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  1. [Correspondence and extracts from reviews of Meanjin, from the Dame Mary Gilmore Collection]
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    At State Library of NSW
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  2. [Booksellers' prospectuses, publishers' notices from the Dame Mary Gilmore Collection]
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  3. 'Letters and cuttings etc. regarding Dame Mary Gilmore / Ethel Turner', 1948-1967
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