Phyllis S.M. Polson

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Phyllis Sutherland Murray Polson studied [[Architecture]] at the [[Ballarat School of Mines]]. In 1915 she passed in [[Drawing]],<ref>Ballarat Courier, 05 March 1915.</ref>, Algebra>ref>Ballarat Courier, 16 January 1917, Lettering in 1917, and Geometry Drawing and Arcitectura Drawing in 1918.<ref>Ballarat Courier, 15 April 1918.</ref> She was one of the early women studying there. Her father, Angus Sutherland Murray Polson, was Principal of Ballarat College from 1913 to 1927.<ref>Research by descendant Melanie Hollands, May 2020.</ref>Ballarat Courier, 21 March 1917.</ref>
 
Phyllis Sutherland Murray Polson studied [[Architecture]] at the [[Ballarat School of Mines]]. In 1915 she passed in [[Drawing]],<ref>Ballarat Courier, 05 March 1915.</ref>, Algebra>ref>Ballarat Courier, 16 January 1917, Lettering in 1917, and Geometry Drawing and Arcitectura Drawing in 1918.<ref>Ballarat Courier, 15 April 1918.</ref> She was one of the early women studying there. Her father, Angus Sutherland Murray Polson, was Principal of Ballarat College from 1913 to 1927.<ref>Research by descendant Melanie Hollands, May 2020.</ref>Ballarat Courier, 21 March 1917.</ref>
  
She did not work as an architect as no-one was prepared to employ a woman. Phyllis Polsno taught Maths and Art at Korowa in Melbourne for many years.<ref>Research by descendant Melanie Hollands, May 2020.</ref>
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Phyllis Polson taught Maths and Art at Korowa in Melbourne for many years.<ref>Research by descendant Melanie Hollands, May 2020.</ref>
  
 
==Legacy==
 
==Legacy==

Latest revision as of 12:11, 20 May 2020

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History

Phyllis Sutherland Murray Polson studied Architecture at the Ballarat School of Mines. In 1915 she passed in Drawing,[1], Algebra>ref>Ballarat Courier, 16 January 1917, Lettering in 1917, and Geometry Drawing and Arcitectura Drawing in 1918.[2] She was one of the early women studying there. Her father, Angus Sutherland Murray Polson, was Principal of Ballarat College from 1913 to 1927.[3]Ballarat Courier, 21 March 1917.</ref>

Phyllis Polson taught Maths and Art at Korowa in Melbourne for many years.[4]

Legacy

Family

See also

Ballarat School of Mines

Notes


References

  1. Ballarat Courier, 05 March 1915.
  2. Ballarat Courier, 15 April 1918.
  3. Research by descendant Melanie Hollands, May 2020.
  4. Research by descendant Melanie Hollands, May 2020.


Further Reading

External links


--Clare K.Gervasoni 21:46, 20 May 2020 (AEST)

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