Phyllis Duncan-Brown Australia

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writing

Also known as

P. Duncan-Brown (pen name)

Biography

Duncan-Brown was married to photojournalist John Hill, the brother-in-law of George Warnecke, co-creator and founding editor of the The Australian Woman's Weekly in 1933. In the early years of the Weekly, Duncan-Brown wrote many poems that were illustrated on the front cover.

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The Australian Women's Weekly (Sydney Newspapers Ltd., 1933 series) v2#19 (13 October 1934)
Swimming Pool
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The Australian Women's Weekly (Sydney Newspapers Ltd., 1933 series) v2#20 (20 October 1934)
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The Australian Women's Weekly (Sydney Newspapers Ltd., 1933 series) v2#21 (27 October 1934)
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The Australian Women's Weekly (Sydney Newspapers Ltd., 1933 series) v2#22 (3 November 1934)
Melbourne Cup
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The Australian Women's Weekly (Sydney Newspapers Ltd., 1933 series) v2#23 (10 November 1934)
Untitled
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The Australian Women's Weekly (Sydney Newspapers Ltd., 1933 series) v2#24 (17 November 1934)
Sea Song
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The Australian Women's Weekly (Sydney Newspapers Ltd., 1933 series) v2#25 (24 November 1934)
Royal Tour
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The Australian Women's Weekly (Sydney Newspapers Ltd., 1933 series) v2#26 (1 December 1934)
Royal Bride
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The Australian Women's Weekly (Sydney Newspapers Ltd., 1933 series) v2#30 (29 December 1934)
New Year
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The Australian Women's Weekly (Sydney Newspapers Ltd., 1933 series) v2#27 (8 December 1934)
Motoring Girl
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The Australian Women's Weekly (Sydney Newspapers Ltd., 1933 series) v2#28 (15 December 1934)
Toyland
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The Australian Women's Weekly (Sydney Newspapers Ltd., 1933 series) v2#29 (22 December 1934)
Santa Claus
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Created

  • 6 Mar 2022

Last updated

  • 6 Mar 2022