Carrie Tennant, later Caroline Kelly

(). Carrie Tennant, later Caroline Kelly. The University of Queensland, Fryer Library.

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Title Carrie Tennant, later Caroline Kelly
Publisher The University of Queensland, Fryer Library
Contributor The University of Queensland
Type image/tiff
Format photograph
Source Fryer Library Pictorial Collection UQFL477 PIC717
Language eng
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Subject 430101 History - Australian
Abstract/Summary Studio portrait of Carrie Tennant, later Caroline Kelly, Community Playhouse, Sydney, ca. 1920s-1930s. Caroline Kelly was a Sydney theatre identity and social anthropologist. In the 1930s she conducted anthropological fieldwork in Aboriginal communities at Fraser Island and Cherbourg in Queensland and at Burnt Bridge in New South Wales. During World War 2 she began a major survey of non-British settlement in Australia, a project that continued until the late 1940s. Towards the end of her working life she served as a consulting anthropologist to the State Planning Authority of New South Wales
Keyword Kelly, Caroline, 1907-1989
Theater -- New South Wales -- Sydney -- History
Aboriginal Australians -- Social life and customs
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