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Webb, Elizabeth

Born
Cunnamulla, Queensland, Australia
Occupation
Journalist and Radio Journalist

Summary

Elizabeth Webb was an Australian household name in the the 1940s. She began her career in journalism in Sydney in 1932 on radio station 2FC where she launched a series of talks entitled 'The Women of the Outback' and 'Sidelights on Amateur Jackarooing.

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Events

1932 - 1940
Career in journalism active

Nikki Henningham

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