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Tucker, Dorothea Cecily (1883–1947)

Dorothea Cecily Tucker

Dorothea Cecily Tucker

Jack Cato

Born, Harrow, England.

Educated, Parkville Ladies’ College, Melbourne, Victoria.

Daughter of Thomas Ernest and Melicent Tucker, London, England. Pupil Teacher for four years at High School, Dunedin, N. Z.; Otago Training College, one year; “D” Teachers’ Certificate; Otago University, N. Z. Sec. Ladies’ Faculty. B. A. Degree. Diploma of Home Science.

CAREER. On Staff, St. Andrew’s College, Dunedin, N. Z., 1908-1916. Woodford House, Haverlock North, N. Z., 1917-1921. Acting Headmistress, Woodford, 1921. Senior Resident Mistress, Clyde Girls’ Grammar School, Woodend, Victoria, 1922. Acting Headmistress, Clyde, 1923-24. Headmistress, Clyde, 1925 and present time. Clyde founded, 1910, by Miss I. T. Henderson, at Alma Road, East St. Kilda; 1919, removed to Woodend; Clyde Girls’ Grammar School Company formed.

CLUBS. Lyceum, English Speaking Union.

ADDRESS. Clyde, Woodend, Victoria.

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