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Bryce, Joan Elvina (1904 - 1995)

Born
28 July 1904
Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
Died
1995
Occupation
Servicewoman

Summary

A member of the original Australian Women's Army Service Officer's School, Joan Bryce was appointed Assistant Commandant. She was discharged on 12 February 1946 with the rank of Lieutenant.

When established in 1981, Joan Bryce became the first patron of the AWAS Association of Queensland.

Sources used to compile this entry: Information supplied by AWAS Association of Queensland.

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Title
Group portrait of members of the first VAD (Voluntary Aid Detachment) contingent to travel overseas.
Type
Image
Date
November 1941
Control
P02480.001

Details

Anne Heywood

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