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Angove, Dorothy (1886 - 1985)

Born
1886
Died
1985
Occupation
Teacher

Summary

Dorothy Angove spent her childhood in Semaphore, South Australia and Perth, Western Australia. She obtained a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Adelaide. Angove taught at St Peters College and Girton Girls' School (Kensington Park, S. A.). She also helped Jewish graduate refugees as well as teaching at the Adelaide Children's Hospital and Dr Barnado's Homes. In 1939 she became President of the Lyceum Club.

Sources used to compile this entry: http://www.catalog.slsa.sa.gov.au:1083/search/aangove%2C+dorothy/aangove+dorothy/1,2,2,B/frameset&FF=aangove+dorothy+1886+1985&1,1, accessed 2004-04-05.

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Archival resources

National Library of Australia Newspaper Microcopy Reading Room

  • [Biographical cuttings on Dorothy Angove, one of the earliest women graduates of the University of Adelaide]; National Library of Australia Newspaper Microcopy Reading Room. Details

State Library of South Australia, Mortlock Library of South Australiana

  • Interview with Dorothy Angove [sound recording] Interviewer: Eva McLaren, c. 1980, SRG 438/29/6; Angove, Dorothy (1886 - 1985); State Library of South Australia, Mortlock Library of South Australiana. Details

Anne Heywood and Robin Secomb

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