Commemorating Anzac Day 1924

Commemorating Anzac Day 1924

by Elizabeth Lhuede Another in our series of posts on works published in 1924 (or authors who died in 1924). The following looks at the ways in which Anzac Day was remembered one hundred years ago. As April is when we remember the Anzacs, this month I’ve chosen to...
Alice C. Tomholt, and “The uses of adversity”

Kate Helen Weston, an “inky-wayfarer”

by Whispering Gums A post in our series featuring works published in 1924 (or by authors who died in 1924). This post’s subject is a short column published in Adelaide’s The Register on 17 August 1924, by the Victorian born novelist, musician and...
Elizabeth Macarthur

Elizabeth Macarthur

The obverse of the Lone Hand (and of his mate, the Brave Anzac) is that it was women who were left to manage not just the home, but the industry which maintains the home.