- Community worker
Agnes Hodgson was superintendent of the Australian Women's Land Army in Tasmania.
In 1940 she became the organising secretary when the Tasmanian government provided a grant to help establish the Agricultural Department's research farm at Cressy as a training farm for land girls.
Sources used to compile this entry: Hardisty, Sue (ed.) (ed.), Thanks girls and goodbye : the story of the Australian Women's Land Army 1942-45, Viking O'Neil, Ringwood, Vic, 1990, 231 pp.