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Morgan, Eliza Elsie

Occupation
Women's rights activist

Summary

Elsie Morgan, wife of Theodore A. Morgan, a prominent member of the Australian Labor Party, was elected to the Sugar Board of Inquiry in 1930-1931 as the representative for Western Australia. At that time, she was the founder of the Housewives Association of W.A., President of the Consumers' Vigilance Committee, and a member of the Executive of the Women's Service Guild.

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National Foundation for Australian Women The University of Melbourne, eScholarship Research Centre

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