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Embling, Amy Mildrid (1875–1969)

Miss Amy Embling

Miss Amy Embling

Dorothy Welding

Daughter of Dr. William Henry Embling, M.L.C., and grand-daughter of Dr. Thomas Embling, Member of Parliament, and Thomas Austin, Esq., of Barwon Park, Winchelsea, and Elizabeth Phillips Austin, who founded the Austin Hospital and built the Austin Homes at Geelong—all three Victoria’s earliest pioneers.

Born, Melbourne.

Educated at Fairleight and Girton College, Bendigo.

ACTIVITIES. Member of Board of Management, Austin Hospital, Executive of Girls’ Friendly Society and Berry Street G. F. S. Hostel for Girls; Hon. Treasurer of Foundling Hospital, Berry Street; Member of National Council of Women, Baby Health Centre, Travellers’ Aid Society, Y. W. C. A. Seaford Holiday Home, Diocesan Council Women’s Auxiliary Australian Board of Missions, Women’s Centenary Council. A worker at All Saints Church, East St. Kilda.

CLUBS. Victoria League, R. A. C. V., English Speaking Union.

ADDRESS. Windella, High Street., Malvern, Melbourne, Victoria.

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'Embling, Amy Mildrid (1875–1969)', People Australia, National Centre of Biography, Australian National University, https://peopleaustralia.anu.edu.au/biography/embling-amy-mildrid-18766/text30445, accessed 4 October 2022.

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