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dc.contributor.authorBates, Daisy-
dc.description.abstractDMB reminisces about how much she enjoyed the company of some Perth women in 1899 and how she was made a member of the Karrakatta Club as soon as she arrived. She is unhappy that she cannot get “just the employment I’m most fitted for” – that is, to write a guide about the Aborigines for government policy makers and missionaries. She writes that she has no conversation, not even with the 4 married women of the settlement but she sends 5 shillings for each of their new babies.-
dc.format.extent3 p.-
dc.subject.otherLesley Kilmeny Symon (1885) - 1969), Daisy M. Bates (1859 - 1951), Wynbring (S.A.),-
dc.titleLetters from Daisy Bates 20/7/43en
dc.identifier.callnumMSS 0015-
Appears in Collections:Letters from Daisy Bates 1941-1946

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