Derham, Frances (1894-)

Also known as
Derham, Frances (1894-1987)
Field of activity
Art Teacher; Artist; Teachers, art; Artists
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http://nla.gov.au/anbd.aut-an35994503
NLA Persistent Identifier
https://nla.gov.au/nla.party-595774

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Frances Derham was born in Melbourne in 1894 and married Alfred Derham. As a trained artist and qualified art teacher, she taught and lectured for over sixty years and had a profound influence on early childhood art in Australia. After teaching at Preshil in Kew, Frances Derham tutored at the Kindergarten Training College. She was closely involved with Christine Heineg in the establishment of the Lady Gowrie Child Centres in 1939. A former President of the Art Teachers' Association of Victoria, Vice-President and founding member of the Australian Society for Education through the Arts, Derham died in 1987.

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Derham, Frances Alexandra Mabel Letitia. Born 15 Nov. 1894.

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Frances Alexandra Mabel Letitia (Frankie) Derham, artist and art educator, was born on the 15th November 1894 in Malvern, Melbourne to Irish parents, civil engineer J.T. Noble Anderson and Ellen Mary Anderson (nee White-Spunner). Frances was the eldest daughter in a large family, consisting of: Stewart Anderson (1893-1913), Alice Foley Anderson (1897-1926), Katrine Anderson (1899-1991), Claire Anderson (1904-?) and Joan Anderson (1907-1994). Frances early education consisted of a short time at Lauriston Girls School at age 5, and afterwards by several governesses. In July 1901, Frances and family moved to New Zealand where her father took the position of Chief Engineer for the Drainage Board of the City of Dunedin. During this time, Frances took drawing lessons at the Dunedin branch of South Kensington Art School. In November 1907, Frances and family returned to Australia, landing in Sydney. By early 1908, the family had settled on land in Narbethong, just outside Healesville, Victoria. The property which came to be called Springbank had been purchased by J.T. Noble Anderson prior to moving to New Zealand, probably around 1896. After moving to Springbank J.T. Noble Anderson became consulting engineer for the four shires of Toowong, Healesville, Alexandra and Howqua. In 1908, Frances completed her merit certificate at the local school at Healesville. After 1908, J.T. Noble Anderson took Frances education into his own hands, training her in drafting, bookkeeping as well as other more general subjects. Frances later acted as an assistant to her father, especially in the areas of drafting and bookkeeping. From 1911-1913, Frances attended classes at the National Gallery Art School in the morning and sculpture classes at Eastern Suburbs Technical College in the afternoons and evenings three days a week. During this time Frances shared a flat with her brother Stewart, attended general classes taught by Jessie Webb and produced prints and designs. In 1913, Frances brother Stewart drowned off South Head in Sydney in a tragic accident. The death of Stewart was significant because it put into focus already existing financial problems facing the Anderson family, and the expense of having five daughters living at home. This event meant the end of Frances short career as an artist, with her father instead encouraging her to go into teaching. However, Frances continued to produce art and develop as an artist throughout her life, attending lessons with artist George Bell (1931, 1939-1941, 1948-1951), Mary Cecil Allen (1923, 1936, 1950, and 1960) and Ludwig Hirschfield-Mack (1959). From 1914-1917, Frances pursued studies at Swinburne Technical School, completing the Primary and Secondary Art Teacher s Certificates. Frances career as a teacher began at Swinburne Girls Junior Technical School when she was appointed art mistress in 1916. In July 1917, Frances married Captain Alfred Plumley Derham, an ANZAC who served in France and Gallipoli. In 1918, Frances was appointed teacher for special class in design at Ruyton Girls School, Kew. In November 1919, Frances first son Thomas Plumley Derham was born, followed closely by David Plumley Derham in 1920, Stewart (Bill) Plumley Derham in 1924 and later Richard Hogdson Derham in 1931. In 1928, Frances was appointed Lecturer in Art and Child Art at Kindergarten Training College, a position that she held until 1964. Frances also worked at the progressive Preshil Kindergarten and Primary School from 1935-1937, and Mercer House (Associated Teachers Training Institute) as Lecturer in Art and Child Art from 1949-1961. Frances interest in progressive education can also be seen in her support of the experimental Koornong School which was located in Warrandyte, Victoria. During this time Frances students at Kindergarten Training College and Mercer House collected and appraised pieces of child art, which grew over time into the large Frances Derham Collection of Child Art. After 1937, Frances came under the influence of the ideas of new Kindergarten Training College director Christine Heinig and art education theorists such as Viktor Lowenfeld. Frances began to pursue research into the new area of child art and work actively to raise awareness of the value of art and creativity for the early childhood development. In 1938, Frances and Christine Heinig put on an exhibition at the Athenaeum Gallery in Melbourne entitled An Exhibition of Child Art from Many Countries . Frances also created a non-toxic edicol finger paint recipe in conjunction with husband Dr A.P. Derham and brother-in-law, scientist Dr A.S. Fitzpatrick. During this time Frances also began studying aboriginal child art, first at Hermannsburg mission (Northern Territory), and later Aurukun (Thursday Island, North Queensland). In the late 1940s, Frances also contributed illustrations for the First Australian s First Book , a reading primer written by Geraldine MacKenzie designed for use in the education of aboriginal children. In 1958, Frances wrote an article entitled Practical Child Art . In 1961, the first edition of Art for the Child under Seven published in Melbourne. In 1963, Frances was a visiting lecturer in art at Columbia University Teachers College. Throughout her life Frances was actively involved in many committees relating to art and education, including: Lyceum Club Advisory Committee for Art, Arts and Crafts Society (Vice President 1928-1932, selection committee 1928-1931), Nursery School Committee (member, 1931-1939), Lady Gowrie Child Centre (foundation member and Vice President 1943-1975), A.I.F. Women s Association Auxiliary for POW of Japan (Chairman), Kew Community Aid Auxiliary, Art Teachers Association of Victoria (foundation member and President 1959-1961), Australian Society for Education through Art (foundation member and Vice President, 1964-1967), Advisory Council for Children with Impaired Hearing (foundation member, 1977) In recognition of her far reaching achievements and service to the community, Frances Derham was appointed Member of the Civil Division of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire (MBE) in June 1950. In 1976, Frances donated around ten thousand pieces of child art from the Frances Derham Collection of Child Art to the National Gallery of Australia, Canberra. In 1986, a retrospective exhibition of Frances Derham s own work was shown at the Jim Alexander Gallery. Frances Derham died 5 November 1987.

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Frances Alexandra Mabel Letitia (Frankie) Derham, artist and art educator, was born on the 15th November 1894 in Malvern, Melbourne to Irish parents, civil engineer J.T. Noble Anderson and Ellen Mary Anderson (nee White-Spunner). Frances was the eldest daughter in a large family, consisting of: Stewart Anderson (1893-1913), Alice Foley Anderson (1897-1926), Katrine Anderson (1899-1991), Claire Anderson (1904-?) and Joan Anderson (1907-1994). Frances early education consisted of a short time at Lauriston Girls School at age 5, and afterwards by several governesses. In July 1901, Frances and family moved to New Zealand where her father took the position of Chief Engineer for the Drainage Board of the City of Dunedin. During this time, Frances took drawing lessons at the Dunedin branch of South Kensington Art School. In November 1907, Frances and family returned to Australia, landing in Sydney. By early 1908, the family had settled on land in Narbethong, just outside Healesville, Victoria. The property which came to be called Springbank had been purchased by J.T. Noble Anderson prior to moving to New Zealand, probably around 1896. After moving to Springbank J.T. Noble Anderson became consulting engineer for the four shires of Toowong, Healesville, Alexandra and Howqua. In 1908, Frances completed her merit certificate at the local school at Healesville. After 1908, J.T. Noble Anderson took Frances education into his own hands, training her in drafting, bookkeeping as well as other more general subjects. Frances later acted as an assistant to her father, especially in the areas of drafting and bookkeeping. From 1911-1913, Frances attended classes at the National Gallery Art School in the morning and sculpture classes at Eastern Suburbs Technical College in the afternoons and evenings three days a week. During this time Frances shared a flat with her brother Stewart, attended general classes taught by Jessie Webb and produced prints and designs. In 1913, Frances brother Stewart drowned off South Head in Sydney in a tragic accident. The death of Stewart was significant because it put into focus already existing financial problems facing the Anderson family, and the expense of having five daughters living at home. This event meant the end of Frances short career as an artist, with her father instead encouraging her to go into teaching. However, Frances continued to produce art and develop as an artist throughout her life, attending lessons with artist George Bell (1931, 1939-1941, 1948-1951), Mary Cecil Allen (1923, 1936, 1950, and 1960) and Ludwig Hirschfield-Mack (1959). From 1914-1917, Frances pursued studies at Swinburne Technical School, completing the Primary and Secondary Art Teacher s Certificates. Frances career as a teacher began at Swinburne Girls Junior Technical School when she was appointed art mistress in 1916. In July 1917, Frances married Captain Alfred Plumley Derham, an ANZAC who served in France and Gallipoli. In 1918, Frances was appointed teacher for special class in design at Ruyton Girls School, Kew. In November 1919, Frances first son Thomas Plumley Derham was born, followed closely by David Plumley Derham in 1920, Stewart (Bill) Plumley Derham in 1924 and later Richard Hogdson Derham in 1931. In 1928, Frances was appointed Lecturer in Art and Child Art at Kindergarten Training College, a position that she held until 1964. Frances also worked at the progressive Preshil Kindergarten and Primary School from 1935-1937, and Mercer House (Associated Teachers Training Institute) as Lecturer in Art and Child Art from 1949-1961. Frances interest in progressive education can also be seen in her support of the experimental Koornong School which was located in Warrandyte, Victoria. During this time Frances students at Kindergarten Training College and Mercer House collected and appraised pieces of child art, which grew over time into the large Frances Derham Collection of Child Art. After 1937, Frances came under the influence of the ideas of new Kindergarten Training College director Christine Heinig and art education theorists such as Viktor Lowenfeld. Frances began to pursue research into the new area of child art and work actively to raise awareness of the value of art and creativity for the early childhood development. In 1938, Frances and Christine Heinig put on an exhibition at the Athenaeum Gallery in Melbourne entitled An Exhibition of Child Art from Many Countries . Frances also created a non-toxic edicol finger paint recipe in conjunction with husband Dr A.P. Derham and brother-in-law, scientist Dr A.S. Fitzpatrick. During this time Frances also began studying aboriginal child art, first at Hermannsburg mission (Northern Territory), and later Aurukun (Thursday Island, North Queensland). In the late 1940s, Frances also contributed illustrations for the First Australian s First Book , a reading primer written by Geraldine MacKenzie designed for use in the education of aboriginal children. In 1958, Frances wrote an article entitled Practical Child Art . In 1961, the first edition of Art for the Child under Seven published in Melbourne. In 1963, Frances was a visiting lecturer in art at Columbia University Teachers College. Throughout her life Frances was actively involved in many committees relating to art and education, including: Lyceum Club Advisory Committee for Art, Arts and Crafts Society (Vice President 1928-1932, selection committee 1928-1931), Nursery School Committee (member, 1931-1939), Lady Gowrie Child Centre (foundation member and Vice President 1943-1975), A.I.F. Women s Association Auxiliary for POW of Japan (Chairman), Kew Community Aid Auxiliary, Art Teachers Association of Victoria (foundation member and President 1959-1961), Australian Society for Education through Art (foundation member and Vice President, 1964-1967), Advisory Council for Children with Impaired Hearing (foundation member, 1977) In recognition of her far reaching achievements and service to the community, Frances Derham was appointed Member of the Civil Division of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire (MBE) in June 1950. In 1976, Frances donated around ten thousand pieces of child art from the Frances Derham Collection of Child Art to the National Gallery of Australia, Canberra. In 1986, a retrospective exhibition of Frances Derham s own work was shown at the Jim Alexander Gallery. Frances Derham died 5 November 1987.

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Australian Women's Register

  1. Derham, Frances
    Published: National Foundation for Australian Women
    Series: IspartOf The Australian Women's Register
  2. Derham, Frances
    [87 units : c. 1890 - 1987]
    Series: The University of Melbourne Archives
    Records in the collection document the long career of artist and art educator Frances Derham. Professional papers document her career as a teacher at the following institutions: Swinburne Girls Junior Technical School, Kindergarten Training College, Mercer House, Preshil Kindergarten, and Columbia University Teachers College. Professional papers in the collection also include those relating to her involvement in societies for art educators, including: International Society for Education through Art, Australian Society for Education through Art conferences, Art Teachers Association of Victoria. Professional records in the collection include: correspondence, student assignments and exams, syllabi, teaching notes, conference papers, articles on art education, typescripts of 'Art for the Child under Seven', and published journals. Personal papers in the collection document her childhood, artistic process, and extensive communications with immediate and extended family members. Personal records in the collection include: art sketchbooks and designs, correspondence with family and friends, Christmas cards, postcards, notebooks, appointment diaries, address books, personal financial accounts and tax returns and family photographs. Collection also documents the personal and professional life of Frances husband, Dr A.P. Derham, and those of other members of the Anderson family, including: Alice Anderson, Joshua Thomas (J.T.) Noble Anderson and Ellen Mary Anderson. The collection does not contain any obvious, consistent and overarching system of arrangement. There is some evidence that Frances Derham may have tried to put her papers in order, but this arrangement was only applied to a small number of files. The order in which the collection was received has largely been maintained, as listed by Barbara Piscitelli in 1994. When present, original files have been retained. However, a large amount of material in the collection was not in files. In such cases, obvious divisions such as bundles or those indicated by dividers were respected, and in general minimal rearrangement was carried out. In cases where the records were loose in the box with no obvious arrangement, file groupings were created and titles assigned based on the content of the records, with the aim of creating coherent groupings. Original titles were used when present, and were elaborated if necessary to reflect the content of the file. Annotations on original folders were photocopied onto archival quality paper and placed in the file. In cases where the annotations on folders were too extensive or drawings were present, the original folder has been retained. Original files without titles were assigned titles based on the content of the records. Abbreviations and acronyms, especially of associations and institutions, were written out in full for the sake of consistency and to avoid confusion.
    1988.0061
  3. Derham, Frances
    [54 boxes : 1945 - 1975]
    Series: The University of Melbourne Archives
    Correspondence; plans; subject files; publications; child art sketches; ASEA bulletins and conference papers; IACD lectures; CAT education; household accounts 1945-1975; Derham family material.
    1989.0069

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  1. [Frances Derham : Art & Artist Files (Australia and New Zealand)]
    Derham, Frances
    [ Book : 1900 ]
    At Nat Gall Aus Res
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  2. Frances Derham MBE (born 1894) : a retrospective exhibition covering the period 1910 to 1985 and including works by her associates: Mary Cecil Allen, George Bell, Danila Vassilieff, Geoff Jones, Ethel Spowers, Ludwig Hirschfeld-Mack
    Derham, Frances
    [ Book : 1986 ]
    At 2 libraries
    Frances Derham MBE (born 1894) : a retrospective exhibition covering the period 1910 to 1985 and including works by her associates: Mary Cecil Allen, George Bell, Danila Vassilieff, Geoff Jones, Ethel Spowers, Ludwig Hirschfeld-Mack
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  3. Frances Derham interviewed by Barbara Blackman
    Derham, Frances
    [ Sound : 1984 ]
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    Frances Derham interviewed by Barbara Blackman
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  4. Frances Derham in retrospect
    Derham, Frances
    [ Book : 2003 ]
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    Frances Derham in retrospect
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  5. Art of the child 1930-1970 from the Australian National Gallery's Frances Derham collection
    Frances Derham Collection
    [ Book : 1979 ]
    At 3 libraries
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  6. Frankie Derham : a refuge within / Penelope F. B. Alexander
    Alexander, Penelope, 1945-
    [ Book : 2006 ]
    At 12 libraries
    Frankie Derham : a refuge within / Penelope F. B. Alexander
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  7. Illustrations
    Derham, Frances
    [ Unpublished : 1956 ]
    At National Library
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  8. [Letter to] Professor Rowley [about Geraldine MacKenzie], 15 April 1982
    Derham, Frances
    [ Unpublished : 1982 ]
    At AIATSIS Collections
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  9. Exhibition of child art from many countries
    Derham, Frances
    [ Book : 1938 ]
    At Art Gallery SA Lib
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  10. Frances Derham interviewed by Suzanne Lunney
    Derham, Frances
    [ Sound : 1975 ]
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    At National Library
    Frances Derham interviewed by Suzanne Lunney
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    Derham, Frances
    [ Photograph : 1950 ]
    Mary Cecil Allen and other artists outside Madge Freeman Davis' studio in William St, South Yarra
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    Derham, Frances
    [ Photograph : 1950 ]
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    [ Art work : 1931 ]
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    [ Art work : 1929 ]
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    [ Art work : 1942 ]
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  1. Derham, David P., (David Plumley) (1920-)
    Lawyer; vice-chancellor; Academics - Law; Vice-chancellors
    ... Melbourne, son of Dr. Alfred Plumley Derham and Frances Derham (née Anderson). He completed his secondary ... Sir David Plumley Derham (1920-1985), lawyer and vice-chancellor, was born on 13 May 1920 at ...
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  2. Derham, Frances Alexander Mabel Letitia (1894-1987)
    Artist; ; Printmaker; Painter; Writer; 9002; Art teacher; 8022
    ... Derham, Alfred Plumley ... Frances Alexander Mabel Letitia Derham (nee Anderson) was a painter, printmaker, art teacher ... November 1894. For a few years c.1903-6 her family lived in New Zealand then in Ireland where she attended ...
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  3. Derham, Frances Alexandra (1894-1987)
    Artist; Art Educator
    ... Frances Alexandra Mabel Letitia (Frankie) Derham (1894-1987), artist and art educator, was born on ... 15 November 1894, at Malvern, Melbourne, daughter of Irish-born parents Joshua Thomas Noble Anderson,... ...
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  1. Wedding DERHAM -- QUAIN.
    Lachlander and Condobolin and Western Districts Recorder (NSW : 1899 - 1952) Wednesday 18 June 1930 p 6 Article
    ... Wedding DERHAM — QUAIN. A pretty wedding was celebrated at St. Patrick's Church, Sydney, on ... Tuesday; 10th inst., when Margaret Frances, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Quain, of Sydney, was married ... 267 words
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  2. RECENT WEDDINGS DERHAM--QUAIN
    The Sun (Sydney, NSW : 1910 - 1954) Sunday 29 June 1930 p 3 Article Illustrated
    ... i RECENT WEDDINGS ! i ........ ......... .................... DERHAM— QUAD, '"THE marriage was ... celebrated at St. _ Patrick's Church. Church Hill, on May 10 of Miss Margaret Frances Quain. only daughter of ... 606 words
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  3. EMPIRE PAGEANT MISS DERHAM'S MORALITY PLAY.
    The Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954) Saturday 25 May 1912 p 13 Article
    ... EMPIRE PAGEANT MISS DERHAM'S MORALITY PLAY. The Empire play, written by Afiss Enid Durham, with ... Dodds, as France, hnd littlo to do, but she did.it well; while the magx nifi'cent dress of. white and ... 816 words
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  1. DERHAM, FRANCES
    Derham, Frances
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  2. DERHAM, FRANCES
    Derham, Frances
    [ Unpublished : 1945 ]
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    At Uni Melbourne Arch
    DERHAM, FRANCES
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  3. DERHAM, FRANCES
    Derham, Frances
    [ Unpublished ]
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    DERHAM, FRANCES
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  1. Manchester Estate Footscray / Cuningham & Pickett, surveyors
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    Manchester Estate Footscray / Cuningham & Pickett, surveyors
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  1. Index page
    Commonwealth of Australia Gazette (National : 1901 - 1973) Saturday 31 December 1927 [INDEX Jan 1927-Dec 1927] p 7

    Government Gazette Index And Contents

    ... ,, 16, 151. Deppe, Capt. J. P., 1452. Derham, Capt. E. N., 1143. Derham, Lieut.-Colonel F. P., 2375 ... 27087 words
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  2. Government Gazette Appointments and Employment
    New South Wales Government Gazette (Sydney, NSW : 1832 - 1900) Friday 10 March 1899 [Issue No.206 (SUPPLEMENT)] p 2117

    Government Gazette Appointments And Employment

    ... . Emily Hawthorne, West Leichhardt. Frances M. E. Kennedy, Macquarie-street South. Elsie I. Lane ... , Leichhardt. Fred. C. Derham, Kogarah. Augustus Fletcher, West Hurstville. Joseph Fortune, Darlington ... 283 words
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  3. RETIREMENTS.
    Government Gazette of the State of New South Wales (Sydney, NSW : 1901 - 2001) Friday 4 December 1942 [Issue No.160 (SUPPLEMENT)] p 3137

    Government Gazette Appointments And Employment

    ... ]. Mrs. Frances Mary Eyan, Assistant Mistress, Girls' High School, Fort-street, Sydney [section 66 (3) ... —26th December, 1942]. Mr. Frederick Charles Derham, Headmaster, Public School, Crow's Nest Central ... 354 words
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  1. Researching teachers knowledge in action
    [ Video : 1992 ]
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  1. Frances Derham at Aurukun / Baraba (sic) Piscitelli
    Piscitelli, Barbara
    [ Book : 1990 ]
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  2. The life of Frances Derham : process, product and reflections / thesis submitted by Barbara Ann Piscitelli
    Piscitelli, Barbara
    [ Thesis : 1994 ]
    At 4 libraries
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  3. Tribute to George Bell : a retrospective exhibition of Frances Derham's work
    Derham, Frances, b. 1894
    [ Book : 1982 ]
    At State Library of QLD
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  4. Aboriginal motifs in design: Frances Derham and the Arts and Crafts Society of Victoria
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    La Trobe Library Journal
    [ Article, Book : 1989 ]
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  1. Frances Derham: obituary
    Hoff, Jennifer
    Art and Australia
    [ Article : 1988 ]
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  2. Frances Derham and the expressive arts: her life and legacy
    Piscitelli, Barbara
    Australian Journal of Early Childhood
    [ Article : 1993 ]
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  3. Aboriginal motifs in design: Frances Derham and the Arts and Crafts Society of Victoria
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    La Trobe Library Journal
    [ Article, Book : 1989 ]
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  4. LIFE & LETTERS. SCATTERED LYRICS. (1 June 1907)
    The Lone hand.
    [ Article : 1907 ]
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    Gidney Family Victoria
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    The Lyceum Club Melbourne 2
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    Second list for the Lyceum Club Melbourne

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