Monograph Launch Function Fully Booked! Any Payments Received After COB 2/11/20 Will Be Refunded…

Thanks to everyone who has reserved a place for The Muriel Matters Society Inc.’s Monograph Launch this Saturday (7/11). We are very excited to see such strong interest! It is now fully booked out. For those who have secured a spot just a reminder that, on the day itself, we will not have electronic credit/debit… Continue reading Monograph Launch Function Fully Booked! Any Payments Received After COB 2/11/20 Will Be Refunded…

Reminder: ‘That Daring Australian Girl’ – Book Launch! (7/11)

A friendly reminder of the official launch of The Muriel Matters Society Inc.’s monograph on Saturday 7 November 2020. The event will be held at the Naval, Military & Air Force Club of SA, 111 Hutt St, Adelaide 3.30pm to 5.00pm. Tickets are booking out fast – secure your spot today! Cost is $20, please prepay to reserve… Continue reading Reminder: ‘That Daring Australian Girl’ – Book Launch! (7/11)

Event 7/11: ‘That Daring Australian Girl’ – MMS Monograph Launch!

The Muriel Matters Society Inc. invites you to attend the official launch of the monograph on Saturday 7 November 2020.  The event will be held at the Naval, Military & Air Force Club of SA, 111 Hutt St, Adelaide 3.30pm to 5.00pm.  Cost is $20, please prepay to reserve your place using the bank details included in… Continue reading Event 7/11: ‘That Daring Australian Girl’ – MMS Monograph Launch!

All dolled up with some way to go; but where in the world has Dora the Suffrage Doll been this last century, and why is she so important?

© V.Irene.Cockroft, London, 22 April 2020 Such a desirable doll as Dora, the veteran Votes for Women campaigner preserved in a custom-made glass case, was bound to attract attention when she turned up at an Adelaide auction in March 2020.  When, against stiff competition, Dora was acquired by The Muriel Matters Society Inc., one could… Continue reading All dolled up with some way to go; but where in the world has Dora the Suffrage Doll been this last century, and why is she so important?