Fitzpatrick, Kathleen (1905-)

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Fitzpatrick, Kathleen (1905-1990)
Fitzpatrick, Kathleen Elizabeth, (AO, BA (Hons), MA, FACE, FAAH) (1905-1990)
Fitzpatrick, Kathleen Elizabeth (1905-)
Fitzpatrick, Kathleen Elizabeth (1905-1990)
Fitzpatrick, Kathleen Elizabeth Pitt (1905-)
Fitzpatrick, Kathleen Elizabeth Pitt (1905-1990)
Pitt, Kathleen (1905-)
Pitt, Kathleen (1905-1990)
Field of activity
Associate Professor; Historian; Author; Academics - History
Libraries Australia
http://nla.gov.au/anbd.aut-an35764284
NLA Persistent Identifier
https://nla.gov.au/nla.party-565492

Biographies

Kathleen Elizabeth Fitzpatrick (1905-1990), historian, was born on 7 Septem­ber 1905 at Omeo, Victoria, second of four children of Victorian-born parents Henry Arthur Pitt, civil servant, and his wife...

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Appointed an Officer of the Order of Australia (AO) for her service to education, particularly in the field of history, on 26 January 1989, Kathleen Fitzpatrick was the first woman council member of the National Library of Australia, and a foundation member of the Australian Humanities Research Council (later the Australian Academy of Humanities).

Fitzpatrick was educated at Loreto Convents (Albert Park and Portland), Presentation Convent (Windsor) and Lauriston Girls' School (Melbourne) before attending the University of Melbourne. Following completion of her honours degree, in 1926, Fitzpatrick went to Oxford to complete another undergraduate degree - a common practice at the time. Returning to Australia she found employment at the University of Sydney before becoming a tutor in the English department at the University of Melbourne in 1930. Upon marriage, in 1932, to journalist (later historian) Brian Fitzpatrick, she had to resign her position at the University.

Following the failure of her marriage, Fitzpatrick was advised by the University Appointments Board that 'the only demand for female workers was for good secretaries'. It was recommended that she become proficient in typewriting and shorthand if she wanted to find employment. She enrolled at the Melbourne Technical School (now the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology), completed the required subjects and became a teacher of Shorthand and Commercial English at the school. In 1938 Fitzpatrick was offered her old position at the University of Melbourne. Before retiring in 1962 she held positions of lecturer, senior lecturer and associate professor of history.

During World War II Fitzpatrick was president of the Council for Women in War. She negotiated with employers on behalf of University of Melbourne women students working at Shepparton under Manpower regulations. In her retirement Fitzpatrick concentrated on research and writing and was disappointed in not being able to find a publisher for her , a book on the novelist Henry James.

Former student, professional historian and close friend Manning Clark read the eulogy at the Requiem Mass for Kathleen Fitzpatrick held at St Thomas Aquinas, South Yarra on Friday 31 August 1990.

  • Graduated BA (Hons) from the University of Melbourne
  • Graduated BA from Oxford University
  • Temporary lecturer in the history department of the University of Sydney
  • Tutor in the English department of the University of Melbourne
  • Married Brian Fitzpatrick a journalist and later historian
  • Graduated MA from Oxford University
  • Separated from her husband
  • Became a student in the business section of the Melbourne Technical School (now the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology) learning typing and shorthand
  • Teacher of shorthand and commercial English at the Melbourne Technical School
  • Lecturer of History at the University of Melbourne
  • Senior lecturer of History at the University of Melbourne
  • Associate Professor of History at the University of Melbourne
  • Publication: published by Melbourne University Press
  • Foundation member of the Australian Humanities Research Council (later Australian Academy of the Humanities)
  • Publication: published by Oxford University Press
  • Publication: published by PLC (Melbourne)
  • Publication: published by Macmillan
  • Appointed an Officer of the Order of Australia for her service to education, particularly in the field of history

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Kathleen Fitzpatrick, nee Pitt, was born on 7 September 1905 in Omeo, Victoria. She attended Melbourne University, graduating with honours in Arts in 1926. She then went to Oxford where she completed another under- graduate degree. Returning to Australia she briefly found employment at Sydney University before becoming a tutor in the University of Melbourne's English department in 1930, a position she was forced to resign upon her marriage to then journalist, Brian Fitzpatrick, in 1932. Following the failure of the marriage a couple of years later, she taught shorthand and typing for several years before being appointed lecturer in the University's History Department in 1938. She remained there until her retirement in 1962, becoming Associate Professor in 1948. Renowned for her inspirational teaching, she exerted a powerful influence over several generations of historians. Her best known publications are 'Sir John Franklin in Tasmania' (1949), 'Australian Explorers' (1953) and the highly-acclaimed 'Solid Bluestone Foundations' in 1983. A foundation member of the Australian Humanities Research Council and Foundation Fellow of the Australian Academy of Humanities, Kathleen Fitzpatrick was awarded an Order of Australia in 1989. She died on 27 August, 1990.

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Kathleen Fitzpatrick, nee Pitt, was born on 7 September 1905 in Omeo, Victoria. She attended Melbourne University, graduating with honours in Arts in 1926. She then went to Oxford where she completed another under- graduate degree. Returning to Australia she briefly found employment at Sydney University before becoming a tutor in the University of Melbourne's English department in 1930, a position she was forced to resign upon her marriage to then journalist, Brian Fitzpatrick, in 1932. Following the failure of the marriage a couple of years later, she taught shorthand and typing for several years before being appointed lecturer in the University's History Department in 1938. She remained there until her retirement in 1962, becoming Associate Professor in 1948. Renowned for her inspirational teaching, she exerted a powerful influence over several generations of historians. Her best known publications are 'Sir John Franklin in Tasmania' (1949), 'Australian Explorers' (1953) and the highly-acclaimed 'Solid Bluestone Foundations' in 1983. A foundation member of the Australian Humanities Research Council and Foundation Fellow of the Australian Academy of Humanities, Kathleen Fitzpatrick was awarded an Order of Australia in 1989. She died on 27 August, 1990.

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Selected resources (31)

Australian Women's Register

  1. Fitzpatrick, Kathleen Elizabeth
    Published: National Foundation for Australian Women
    Series: IspartOf The Australian Women's Register
  2. The Encyclopedia of Women and Leadership in Twentieth-Century Australia
    Smart, Judith and Swain, Shurlee (eds.)
    [2014]
    Published: Australian Women's Archives Project
  3. Kathleen Fitzpatrick
    The University of Melbourne Archives
  4. Solid bluestone foundations and other memories of a Melbourne girlhood, 1908-1928
    Fitzpatrick, Kathleen, 1905-1990.
    [South Melbourne]
    Published: Macmillan
  5. Australian explorers : a selection from their writings with an introduction
    Fitzpatrick, Kathleen, 1905-1990
    [London ; New York]
    Published: Oxford University Press
  6. Martin Boyd
    Fitzpatrick, Kathleen, 1905-1990.
    [Melbourne]
    Published: Lansdowne Press
  7. PLC Melbourne: the first century, 1875-1975
    Fitzpatrick, Kathleen, 1905-1990.
    [Burwood, Vic.]
    Published: Presbyterian Ladies' College
  8. Sir John Franklin in Tasmania, 1837-1843
    Fitzpatrick, Kathleen, 1905-1990.
    [Melbourne]
  9. The Ballad revival in the XVIIIth century
    Pitt, Kathleen Elizabeth
    [1925]
  10. Webb, Jessie Stobo Watson (1880-1944)
    Fitzpatrick, Kathleen
    [2006]
    Published: National Centre of Biography, Australian National University
    Series: IspartOf Australian Dictionary of Biography
  11. History for the homeless : Kathleen Fitzpatrick's vocation and ours.
    [Parkville, Vic.]
    Published: Dept. of History, University of Melbourne
  12. Women historians and women's history : Kathleen Fitzpatrick (1905-1990), Margaret Kiddle (1914-1958) and the Melbourne History School
    Carey, Jane, 1972- and Grimshaw, Patricia, 1938-
    [Carlton, Vic.]
    Published: Dept. of History, University of Melbourne
  13. Melbourne University portraits : they called it "The Shop"
    Paper-Clip Collective.
    [Parkville, Vic.]
    Published: Dept. of History, University of Melbourne with the assistance of the History of the University Unit
  14. The letters of Lorna Maneschi to her family in Australia
    Maneschi, Lorna.
    [Mosman, N.S.W.]
    Published: J. Maneschi
  15. Shameful autobiographies : shame in contemporary Australian autobiographies and culture
    Dalziell, Rosamund.
    [Carlton, Vic.]
    Published: Melbourne University Press
  16. Who's Who of Australian Women
    Lofthouse, Andrea
    [North Ryde (NSW)]
    Published: Methuen Australia
  17. Dear Kathleen, dear Manning : the correspondence of Manning Clark and Kathleen Fitzpatrick 1949-1990
    Clark, Manning, 1915-1991.
    [Carlton South, Vic.,]
    Published: Melbourne University Press
  18. The Half-open door : sixteen modern Australian women look at professional life and achievement
    Grimshaw, Patricia and Strahan, Lynne
    [Sydney]
    Published: Hale & Iremonger
  19. 150 years, 150 stories: brief biographies of one hundred and fifty remarkable people associated with the University of Melbourne
    Flesch, Juliet and McPhee, Peter
    [Melbourne]
    Published: Department of History, University of Melbourne
  20. Who's Who in Australia 1950
    Alexander, Joseph A
    [Melbourne]
    Published: The Herald
  21. Australian lives: an Oxford anthology
    Hooton, Joy W. (Joy Wendy), 1935-
    [Melbourne]
    Published: Oxford University Press
  22. Fitzpatrick, Kathleen Elizabeth (1905-1990)
    [2 m, 11 boxes : c. 1904 - 1990]
    Series: The University of Melbourne Archives
    Personal and professional correspondence, 1926-1988; lectures and academic addresses, 1938-1982; research material, 1940-c1984; manuscripts of her publications; book reviews written by KF, 1961-1985; photographs; eulogies, 1990.
    1991.0009
  23. Correspondence of Kathleen Fitzpatrick
    [0.01 m, 1 file : January 1960 - March 1972]
    Series: The University of Melbourne Archives
    54 pages of correspondence from Kathleen Fitzpatrick to Mr and Mrs John Pitt. Correspondence including loose page letters and aerograms. Kathleen Fitzpatrick writing from Rome, Palermo, Rapallo and Madrid, Spain. Mainly personal correspondence but includes references to giving a lecture about Australia to the International Women's Society in Milan (1961) and another about Henry James to the British Institute in Milan (1961) while she was on leave from Melbourne University; discussion about planning further university leave; and arrangements relating to the lease of her property in Grattan Street, Carlton.
    2015.0075
  24. [Biographical cuttings on Kathleen Fitzpatrick, writer and historian, containing one or more cuttings from newspapers or journals]
    Series: National Library of Australia
    Bib ID 348342
  25. The Half Open Door
    [0.48 m, 4 boxes : 1978 - 1983]
    Series: The University of Melbourne Archives
    The collection relates to preparation and publication of "The Half Open Door", a book of sixteen autobiographical chapters by sixteen women of various professions, most of whom were associated with the University of Melbourne. Patricia Grimshaw and Lynne Strahan were joint editors. Patricia Grimshaw wrote the introduction, Lynne Strahan was a contributor along with Barbara Falk, Therese Radic, Nina Christesen, Mary Macqueen, Kathleen Fitzpatrick, Joyce Nicholson, Dame Kate Cambell, Helen Gifford, Alison Patrick, Beatrice Faust, Norma Grieve, Deidre FitzGerald, Mary Turner Shaw, Diana Dyason, Judith Lumley. The portrait illustrations were by Sandra Simon.
    2012.0293
  26. University of Melbourne. Department of History
    [5 m, 41 boxes : 1930 - 1971]
    Series: The University of Melbourne Archives
    Correspondence and related papers of Professor R.M. Crawford regarding staff appointments, administration and developments in teaching 1937-1969; scripts of school broadcasts 1939-1955; correspondence of Professor J.A. La Nauze 1956-1965; departmental correspondence 1944-1970; tutorial and essay guides 1940-1970; summaries of departmental seminars 1946-1951; student record sheets 1950-1955, results 1938-1955; summaries of departmental seminars 1946- 1951; student record sheets 1950-1955, results 1938-1955; survey of honours graduates conducted by Dr. A.G. Serle.
    1975.0033
  27. University of Melbourne Department of History
    [0.01 m : 1996]
    Series: The University of Melbourne Archives
    Melbourne University Portraits. They Called It 'The Shop'. The Paper Clip Collective. Published by the History Department, The University of Melbourne, with the assistance of the History of the University Unit. 122 pp. This publication is the product of a course taken by Associate Professor Don Garden, Writing History for Publication, in which each student chose an individual associated with the University on whom to write a research essay, and took part in the publishing process.
    96/104
  28. Pitt, Henry Arthur
    [0.08 m : c. 1899 - 1995]
    Series: The University of Melbourne Archives
    Correspondence, 1931-1954, incl. letters from R.G. Menzies, J.B. Chifley and A.W. Fadden; drafts of speeches and reminiscences, n.d.; papers relating to Pitt's deceased estate, 1955-1995; publications and newscuttings; photographs. Henry Arthur Pitt was born in Colac in 1872, the son of a rural school teacher. The financial repercussions of his father's early death forced Henry to abandon his plans to study law and instead he entered the Victorian Public Service. After working ten years a clerk of courts in Omeo, he was promoted to the State Treasury in 1909. He studied accountancy part time and made a rapid advancement up the Public Service ranks, serving as Manager of the Australian Wheat Board from 1916-1922 and then Under Treasurer of Victoria, later retitled Director of Finance. He was Agent-General for Victoria in London for a brief period in 1927 and in 1935 he was appointed to the Royal Commiss- ion into Australia's 'monetary and financial systems'. He retired from the Public Service in 1937 and became a partner in the stockbroking firm of Ian Potter & Co. He also served on the boards and committees of the Lawn Tennis Associations of Victoria and Australia, Georges Ltd., the Royal Children's Hospital and University College. In 1899 he married Gertrude Augusta Buxton, with whom he had four children; one was the historian, Kathleen Fitzpatrick. Henry Arthur Pitt, C.M.G., O.B.E. died on 3 August, 1955.
    1995.0132
  29. Papers of Manning Clark, 1907-1992 [manuscript]
    [30.3 m : 1907 - 1992]
    Series: National Library of Australia, Manuscript Collection
    MS 7550 comprises correspondence, diaries, notebooks, personal documents, newspaper cuttings, photographs, printed ephemera, research materials and manuscripts and typescripts of Clark's books, articles, reviews, lectures, addresses and speeches. There are some papers relating to Clark's teachings at the Australian National University, but the bulk of the collection comprises private papers, providing a detailed record of his ideas and thoughts, his friendships, his travels, his participation in public debates and discussions and the whole range of his writings. Series 16-18, occupying 102 boxes, relate to A history of Australia, including the original manuscripts and typescripts, research materials, reviews and correspondence with publishers, friends and readers. The correspondence mostly dates from 1950 to 1991 and is very extensive. The correspondents include Kathleen Fitzpatrick, Geoffrey Fairbairn, James McAuley, R.M. Crawford, John La Nauze, Sir Keith Hancock, Geoffrey Dutton, Russel Ward, John Ritchie, Don Baker, G.P. Shaw, Bruce Grant, Judah Waten, Patrick White, Ken Inglis, John Ritchie, Lyndall Ryan, Suzanne Welborn, Humphrey McQueen, Pat Dobrez and Helen Garner (196 boxes, 1 fol. Box). The Acc03.178 instalment comprises further papers of Manning Clark (2 boxes).
    MS 7550; MC Acc03.178
  30. The raid on the camelias
    Series: Kathleen Fitzpatrick Collection. The University of Melbourne Archives.
    Victory in the Pacific (VP) Day, at the University of Melbourne ( The Raid on the Camelias ). From L to R: Keith Macartney, Kathleen Fitzpatrick, Pat Gray, Dorothy Crozier, Joyce Dunn.
    1991.0009.00016
  31. V-E Day in the History Department, University of Melbourne, 1945
    Series: Kathleen Fitzpatrick Collection. The University of Melbourne Archives.
    Left to right: Kathleen Fitzpatrick, George Paul, Max Crawford, Joyce Dunn, Pat Gray and Dorothy Crozier.
    1975.0033.00003

Resources by Kathleen Fitzpatrick (8)

  1. Solid bluestone foundations : memories of an Australian girlhood / Kathleen Fitzpatrick
    Fitzpatrick, Kathleen, 1905-
    [ Book : 1986 ]
    At 37 libraries
    Solid bluestone foundations : memories of an Australian girlhood / Kathleen Fitzpatrick
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  2. Australian explorers: a selection from their writings, with an introd. / by K.Fitzpatrick. Lond., O.U.P., 1958. bibl., map 2 copies (The world's classics No.559)
    Fitzpatrick, Kathleen, 1905-
    [ Book ]
    Languages: Undetermined
    At ANU Library
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  3. Australian explorers / by Kathleen Fitzpatrick
    Fitzpatrick, Kathleen, 1905-
    [ Book : 1958-1965 ]
    At Bond Univ Library
    This resource is very relevant to your query (score: 43,244.898)

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  4. Sir John Franklin in Tasmania, 1837-1843 / by Kathleen Fitzpatrick
    Fitzpatrick, Kathleen, 1905-
    [ Book : 1947 ]
    Languages: English;Undetermined, [1 other]
    At 9 libraries
    This resource is very relevant to your query (score: 43,121.508)

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  5. Martin Boyd and the complex fate of the Australian novelist, and the poetry of Bernard O'Dowd, by F.M.Todd
    Fitzpatrick, Kathleen, 1905-
    [ Book : 1953 ]
    Languages: Undetermined
    At ANU Library
    This resource is very relevant to your query (score: 31,125.986)

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  6. Australian explorers : a selection from their writings with an introduction / by Kathleen Fitzpatrick
    Fitzpatrick, Kathleen, 1905-1990
    [ Book : 1958-1965 ]
    At 43 libraries
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  7. Martin Boyd and the complex fate of the Australian novelist / by Kathleen Fitzpatrick ; and, The poetry of Bernard O'Dowd / by F.M. Todd
    Fitzpatrick, Kathleen, 1905-
    [ Book : 1953 ]
    At 11 libraries
    This resource is very relevant to your query (score: 26,165.305)

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  8. Henry James and the influence of Italy / Kathleen Fitzpatrick
    Fitzpatrick, Kathleen, 1905-
    [ Book : 1968 ]
    At ANU Library
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Resources about Kathleen Fitzpatrick (8)

  1. Dear Kathleen, dear Manning
    Clark, Manning, 1915-1991
    [ Book : 1996 ]
    At St Mary's & Newman
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  2. Solid bluestone foundations : memories of an Australian girlhood / Kathleen Fitzpatrick
    Fitzpatrick, Kathleen, 1905-
    [ Book : 1986 ]
    At 37 libraries
    Solid bluestone foundations : memories of an Australian girlhood / Kathleen Fitzpatrick
    This resource is very relevant to your query (score: 63,108.559)

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  3. Solid bluestone foundations and other memories of a Melbourne girlhood 1908-1928 / Kathleen Fitzpatrick
    Fitzpatrick, Kathleen, 1905-1990
    [ Book, Audio book : 1983-2000 ]
    Languages: English;lis, [1 other]
    View online (access conditions)
    At 47 libraries
    Solid bluestone foundations and other memories of a Melbourne girlhood 1908-1928 / Kathleen Fitzpatrick
    This resource is very relevant to your query (score: 58,575.516)

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  4. Dear Kathleen, dear Manning : the correspondence of Manning Clark and Kathleen Fitzpatrick 1949-1990 / edited by Susan Davies
    Clark, Manning, 1915-1991
    [ Book : 1996 ]
    At 56 libraries
    Dear Kathleen, dear Manning : the correspondence of Manning Clark and Kathleen Fitzpatrick 1949-1990 / edited by Susan Davies
    This resource is very relevant to your query (score: 45,311.02)

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  5. Solid blue foundations by Kathleen Fitzpatrick / notewriter Brian McFarlane
    McFarlane, Brian, 1934-
    [ Book : 1993 ]
    At 2 libraries
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  6. Women historians and women's history : Kathleen Fitzpatrick (1905-1990), Margaret Kiddle (1914-1958) and the Melbourne History School
    Carey, Jane, 1972-
    [ Article : 2001 ]
    At 4 libraries
    Women historians and women's history : Kathleen Fitzpatrick (1905-1990), Margaret Kiddle (1914-1958) and the Melbourne History School
    This resource is very relevant to your query (score: 36,790.766)

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  7. A brimming cup : the life of Kathleen Fitzpatrick / Elizabeth Kleinhenz
    Kleinhenz, Elizabeth
    [ Book, Article : 2013-2014 ]
    View online
    At 6 libraries
    A brimming cup : the life of Kathleen Fitzpatrick / Elizabeth Kleinhenz
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  8. History for the homeless : Kathleen Fitzpatrick's vocation and ours
    University of Melbourne. Department of History
    [ Book : 1995 ]
    At 7 libraries
    History for the homeless : Kathleen Fitzpatrick's vocation and ours
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  1. No. 5. LIST OF LETTERS RETURNED FROM THE BRANCH AND SUBURBAN OFFICES, AND NOW LYING AT THE GENERAL POST OFFICE, UNCLAIMED.
    New South Wales Government Gazette (Sydney, NSW : 1832 - 1900) Wednesday 13 March 1889 [Issue No.152 (SUPPLEMENT)] p 1967

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    ... ., Waterloo 66 Fitzmaurice Michael, Newtown 67 Fitzosborne Mrs. Balmain (2) 69 Fitzpatrick Mrs., Ultimo 70 ... Fitzpatrick Mrs., Newtown 71 Fitzpatrick Michael, Waterloo 72 Flamakin Mrs., Pitt-st. 73 Flanagan Jas., Glebe ... 19885 words
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  2. No. 28. LIST OF UNCLAIMED LETTERS FOR THE MONTH OF SEPTEMBER.
    New South Wales Government Gazette (Sydney, NSW : 1832 - 1900) Friday 16 November 1888 [Issue No.718 (SUPPLEMENT)] p 8187

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    ... . E. 34 Fitzpatrick W. T., Mines Department 35 Flanagan D. N., draper's assistant 36 Fleming Alexander ... 9814 words
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  3. PRIVATE ADVERTISEMENTS. NOTICE UNDER REAL PROPERTY ACT. REGISTRATION OF DISCHARGE OF MORTGAGE WITHOUT PRODUCTION OF THE DUPLICATE OF THE MORTGAGE. In the matter of mortgage dated 1...
    Government Gazette of the State of New South Wales (Sydney, NSW : 1901 - 2001) Friday 30 May 1947 [Issue No.66] p 1307

    Government Gazette Private Notices

    ... . B856804, Rachel Laviuia Dixson Fitz-Patrick to Amia Cecelia Bolt, over the land comprised in Certificate ... ,164, Fol. 232. Registered proprietor: Kathleen Gretchen Trenchard. Land: lot 9, deposited plan ] 4,745, at ... 272 words
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  1. Miss Kathleen FitzPatrick
    The Riverine Herald (Echuca, Vic. : Moama, NSW : 1869 - 1954; 1998 - 2002) Tuesday 18 January 1927 p 2 Article
    ... > ' Miss Kathleen FitzPatrick ■ : .v 'Alias JKaihleon. FitzPatrick, who > waa ; tolled' in tragic ... 83 words
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  2. Mrs. Kathleen Fitzpatrick.
    The Catholic Press (Sydney, NSW : 1895 - 1942) Thursday 17 January 1935 p 7 Article
    ... Mrs. Kathleen Fitzoatrick. The death occurred on the 28th ult., of Mrs. Kathleen (Tottie ... ) Fitzpatrick, wife of Alderman M. A. Fitzpatrick, the retiring Mayor of Glebe (1934), at St. Vincent's Hospital ... 210 words
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  3. OBITUARY. MRS. KATHLEEN FITZPATRICK.
    Catholic Freeman's Journal (Sydney, NSW : 1932 - 1942) Thursday 24 January 1935 p 33 Article
    ... OBITUARY. MRS. KATHLEEN FITZPATRICK. The death occurred on December 28, I 1934, of -Mrs. Kathleen ... (Tottie) Fitzpatrick, wife of Alde'rman M, A. Fitzpatriclc, I the retiring 'Mayor of Glebe,' 1934, at St ... 216 words
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  1. Kathleen Fitzpatrick : discrimination or gender / Joyce Nicholson
    Nicholson, Joyce, 1919-2011
    [ Thesis : 1990 ]
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  2. La primadonna : the life of Kathleen Fitzpatrick / Elizabeth Mary Kleinhenz
    Kleinhenz, Elizabeth Mary
    [ Thesis : 2012 ]
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  3. Thinking with history : a resource for citizens / John Tosh
    Tosh, John
    [ Book : 2004 ]
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  4. Song recital by Harold Browning and three artist students, Viola Morris, Kathleen Fitzpatrick, Thos. Downie
    Downie, Thomas
    [ Book : 1924 ]
    At State Library of NSW
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  1. FITZPATRICK, KATHLEEN ELIZABETH (1905-1990)
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    FITZPATRICK, KATHLEEN ELIZABETH (1905-1990)
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  2. FITZPATRICK, KATHLEEN ELIZABETH (1905-1990)
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  3. Kathleen Fitzpatrick circa 1930
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    Kathleen Fitzpatrick circa 1930
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  3. Wilkins Family Records
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    James Wilkins ?-1890 m1872 in Qld to Margaret Mary Atkinson ?-1897 m1872* , 6 children:Charles Thomas 1874-1924 m1911;James William 1875-1875;Herbert 1877-1925 m1900;James Henry ...

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  1. Fitzpatrick, Kate (1947-)
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    ... Fitzpatrick, Dawn ... Fitzpatrick, Tal ... Kate Fitzpatrick graduated from the National Institute of Dramatic Art (NIDA) in 1967 and has since ...
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  2. Fitzpatrick, Morton
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  3. Kathleen Fitzpatrick Australian Laureate Fellowship (2010-)
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  1. Solid bluestone foundations : memories of an Australian girlhood / [Kathleen Fitzpatrick]
    Fitzpatrick, Kathleen, 1905-1990
    [ Sound : 1987 ]
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  2. Solid blue foundations / Kathleen Fitzpatrick
    Fitzpatrick, Kathleen
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  3. Survival of the dead / Magnet Releasing and Artfire Films and Romero-Grunwald Productions present a Devonsire production ; produced by Paula Devonshire ; written and directed by George A. Romero
    Magnet Releasing (Firm)
    [ Video : 2009-2010 ]
    At 2 libraries
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  4. OBE, Outcome-based education
    Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development
    [ Video : 1993 ]
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  1. Kathleen Fitzpatrick (1905-1990) [Obituary]
    Blainey, Geoffrey
    Proceedings (Australian Academy of the Humanities)
    [ Article : 1990 ]
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  2. Kathleen Elizabeth Fitzpatrick 1905/ 1990. -Obituary-
    Serle, Geoffrey
    Australian Historical Association Bulletin
    [ Article : 1991 ]
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  3. Kathleen Fitzpatrick: a tribute
    Inglis, Ken
    Melbourne Historical Journal
    [ Article : 1964 ]
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  4. Kathleen Fitzpatrick: sculptor with words
    Davies, Susan
    The Discovery of Australian History 1890/ 1939
    [ Article : 1995 ]
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