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Maud Martha Cameron (1886–1973)

Maud Cameron,

Maud Cameron,

Born, Melbourne, Victoria. Daughter of the late Ewen Cameron, M. L. A., Member for Glenelg.

Educated at Presbyterian Ladies College and Melbourne University. Was a Wyselaskie Scholar and obtained Diploma of Education, M. A. Degree (Melbourne).

CAREER. Formerly member of Staff at Lauriston and Presbyterian Ladies' College (History Mistress). Has been Head Mistress at Firbank Girls’ Grammar School since 1911.

ACTIVITIES. Member of Committee of University Convocation; Diocesan Board of Education; Victorian Committee of Australian Board of Missions; Vice-president of Head Mistresses’ Association. Has travelled in England, Europe and the Near East. Visited Palestine in 1926.

CHARITIES. Interested in Church of England Homes.

HOBBIES. Gardening, Walking.

CLUBS. Lyceum.

ADDRESS. "Firbank" Girls’ Grammar School, Brighton, Melbourne, Victoria.

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'Cameron, Maud Martha (1886–1973)', People Australia, National Centre of Biography, Australian National University,, accessed 26 June 2024.

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Maud Cameron,

Maud Cameron,

Life Summary [details]


Heywood, Victoria, Australia


1973 (aged ~ 87)
Caulfield, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

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