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Coppel, Marjorie

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  • Service, Marjorie (maiden name)

Summary

Coppel (née Service) was an Arts student at the University of Melbourne and the Womens' Vice-President of the SRC. She graduated L.L.B in 1924 and in the following year married Elias Coppel (lecturer in law). Marjorie Coppel (author of modern history texts for secondary schools) was an active member of "The Catalysts", an association of intellectual, professional and artistic women who met regularly for dinners at the Lyceum Club.

(Source: Historical Note University Melbourne Archives)

Archival resources

The University of Melbourne Archives

  • Copple Marjorie, 1945 - 1970, 80/33; Coppel, Marjorie; The University of Melbourne Archives. Details

Anne Heywood

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