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After graduating Bella worked as a teacher, firstly at Loreto College, Ballarat where she was criticised by colleagues for being too proud of her degree. Later she taught at the Ballarat School of Mines as Principal of Matriculation. In 1975 a hall at the University of Ballarat was named after her. When she married in 1891, to poet Henry Halloran, she left teaching. However, shortly after the birth of her son, her husband died, and she  returned to teaching from  financial necessity.

After graduating Bella worked as a teacher, firstly at Loreto College, Ballarat where she was criticised by colleagues for being too proud of her degree. Later she taught at the Ballarat School of Mines as Principal of Matriculation. In 1975 a hall at the University of Ballarat was named after her. When she married in 1891, to poet Henry Halloran, she left teaching. However, shortly after the birth of her son, her husband died, and she returned to teaching from financial necessity.

Year 6 Unit: Talk About Rights  Traditional owner Vincent Lingiari, holding title deeds to land in one hand and in the other upturned hand accepting soil poured by the Prime Minister Gough Whitlam

Mervyn Bishop (Australia ) Language group Northern Riverine region Title Prime Minister Gough Whitlam pours soil into the hands of traditional land owner Vincent Lingiari, Northern Territory Year 1975 printed 1999 Media Photograph Medium type photograph

Charles Perkins with a group of boys at Moree swimming pool - National Museum of Australia - Units of Work

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Kylie Tennant

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Anni Albers in her weaving studio at Black Mountain College, ca. 1938–42 Photograph by Claude Stoller

Portrait of textile artist and print maker Anni Albers in her weaving studio at Black Mountain College, near Asheville, North Carolina, United States, photograph by Claude Stoller.

Perched upon the shoreline, its face turned modestly to the water this modern reinterpretation of a previous 19th century Norwegian boathouse no longer provides a home for a boat but instead is now a summer place. Honest, simple, referential, almost reverential and very clever. As the weather warms the boathouse lifts its walls to the sun. Beauty in building, beauty in place, beauty in purpose. The boathouse by TYIN tegnestue Architects.

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Isabel Letham and friend, Bilgola Beach, c.1917. Notice how basic the surfboard is.

Isabel Letham and friend, Bilgola Beach, Notice how basic the surfboard is.

Maude Bonney, aviator. | 22 Australian Women Who Will Inspire The Hell Out Of You

22 Australian Women Who Will Inspire The Hell Out Of You

Lores Bonney and her aircraft, My Little Ship, at Archerfield Aerodrome in 1932 before her round-Australia flight

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