• Entry type: Person
  • Entry ID: AWE0846

Bond, Aileen Constance

(1898 – 1998)
  • Born 1 January, 1898, South Australia Australia
  • Died 13 September, 1998, South Australia Australia
  • Occupation Lawyer


Aileen Bond, born Aileen Ingelby in 1898, was educated at St Peter’s Girls’ School and studied law at Adelaide University and was one of Adelaide’s earliest practising female solictors. She joined the Lyceum Club when it formed in 1922. In 1924 she married John Leslie Bond, a minister, and they moved around South Australia. During World War II her husband enlisted and went to New Guinea and she and the four children lived at Brighton, in Adelaide. After the war they lived at Clare and Victor Harbour. Her husband was given an administrative job and became in turn an Archdeacon and then a Canon. Following his death, Levy moved to Toorak Gardens, an eastern suburb of Adelaide.

Published resources

Archival resources

  • State Library of South Australia
    • Interview with Aileen Bond [sound recording] Interviewer: Anne Geddes
    • Address by Aileen Bond and Constance McCarthy [sound recording]
    • Interview with Aileen Bond [sound recording] Interviewer: Yvonne Abbott
    • Interview with Aileen Bond: [sound recording] / Interviewer: Pamela Runge

Related entries

  • Membership
    • Lyceum Club Adelaide Incorporated (1922 - )