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Lambrick, Amelia (1864–1956)

Miss Lambrick

Miss Lambrick

Broothorn

Born, Melbourne, Victoria.

Daughter of the late Erasmus Lambrick and Mrs. Lambrick, of Melbourne, and formerly of England, who arrived in Australia in the early thirties.

CHARITIES and INTERESTS. President of East Malvern Branch of Austin Hospital Auxiliary, and associated with Alfred Hospital Auxiliary; President of the Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom, and represented this body in Dublin in the year 1926; Member of Victorian Citizens’ Movement; Member of the Henry George Club (economics and progress). Has been lecturer for the Theosophical Society in Australia, and has lectured throughout the Commonwealth and has toured throughout France, Belgium, Italy, Switzerland and the British Isles. Lectured extensively on her travels. HOBBIES. Reading and Gardening.

ADDRESS. 2 Belson Street, East Malvern, Melbourne, Victoria.

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  • Who's Who of the World of Women (Reference Press Association), v 2, 1934 (view original)

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'Lambrick, Amelia (1864–1956)', People Australia, National Centre of Biography, Australian National University, https://peopleaustralia.anu.edu.au/biography/lambrick-amelia-13038/text30296, accessed 12 April 2021.

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