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Catherine Helen Spence: 1910

A guide to Catherine Helen Spence featuring writings about her and a chronological bibliography of her works.

1910

  Catherine Helen Spence. An autobiography. [Edited by J. F. Young] Reprinted from "The Register." Adelaide, W. K. Thomas & Co., 1910. pp. 101.[Reviewed 16 September 1911 in Sydney Morning Herald, p. 4d.]
January 1 The art of public speaking. A symposium. The woman speaker. Observer, p. 49a-b. [Article by Miss C. H. Spence—A Colonist of 1839. Autobiography.]
March 5 [In 'Current Politics'.] To the editor. Register, p. 15g. [Letter by C. H. Spence, President of the Effective Voting League.]
March 16 [In 'Current Politics'.] To the editor. Register, p. 9e. [Letter by Catherine Helen Spence, President Effective Voting League.]
March 26 Important notice. Miss Catherine Helen Spence. "The Grand Old Woman of Australasia." Register, 12c. [Notice, with photograph, of the forthcoming publication of Spence's auto-biography. This notice appeared on following days. Biographical material.]
March 31 [Under 'Public Notices'.] Effective voting—the people's cause. To the electors of South Australia. Register, p. 2c-d. [Letter to Fellow Citizens by Catherine Helen Spence.]
April 4 The late Miss Spence. Advertiser, p. 8c-d. [Second leader. Obituary.]
April 4 A notable lady politician dead. Advertiser, p. 8e. [Obituary. ]
April 4 Death of Miss C. H. Spence. A notable career. Advertiser, p. 8h-i. [Article. Obituary.]
April 4 [In 'Personal'.] "Miss Catherine Helen Spence." Argus, p. 7a. [Notice of death. Biographical fragment.]
April 4 Death of Miss Spence. "The Grand Old Woman of Australia." A remarkable career. Daily Herald, p. 5b. [Obituary.]
April 4 Death of Miss Spence. The "Grand Old Woman" of Australasia. A picturesque identity. Evening Journal, p. 2h-i. [Obituary with photograph.]
April 4 A notable lady politician dead. Express, p. 4i. [Obituary.]
April 4 The late Miss Spence. Register, p. 12d-e. [Second leader. Obituary.]
April 4 Death of Miss Spence. The "Grand Old Woman" of Australasia. A picturesque identity. Register, pp. 13h-14ab. [Obituary with photograph.]
April 4 The late Catherine Helen Spence. An autobiography. I.—Early life in Scotland. Register, p. 14c.
April 4 [In 'Personal'.] 'Miss Catherine Helen Spence.' Sydney Morning Herald, p. 6g. [Notice of death. Biographical fragment.]
April 4 Obituary. Miss Catherine Spence. The Times, p. 11c-d. [Obituary.] [title not available on Trove, May 2020]
April 5 Australia's grand old woman. The late Miss Spence. Daily Telegraph, p. 7d. [Obituary.]
April 5 [In 'Concerning People'] 'At the declaration of the poll for the Torrens district. Register, p. 6g. [Paragraph. Tribute.]
April 5 Declaration of polls. Torrens. Register, p. 8i. [Report includes reference to death of Miss Spence. Tribute.]
April 6 The late Catherine Helen Spence. An autobiography. I.—Early life in Scotland. Register, p. 7i-8a.
April 6 The late Miss Spence. Advertiser, p. 6c. [A tribute by Mr. T. Rhodes, President of the State Children's Council.]
April 6 The late Miss Katherine (sic) Helen Spence, veteran leader of the effective voting. Critic, p. 20b-c. [Photograph.]
April 6 Miss Catherine Helen Spence. Critic, p. 21b-c. [Tribute.]
April 6 The grand old woman of Australia. Sydney Morning Herald, p. 5b. [Obituary by Rose Scott.]
April 7 [In 'Personal Items'.] 'About a remarkable little bundle of energy. . .' Bulletin, p. 18b. [Obituary.] [title not available on Trove, May 2020]
April 8 The Senate. Miss Vida Goldstein. An enthusiastic meeting. Age, p. 9f. [Reference to death of Miss Spence. Biographical material.]
April 8 Miss Vida Goldstein. Town-hall meeting. Argus, p. 4g. [Reference to death of Miss Spence. Tribute.]
April 8 The late Miss Spence. A Melbourne appreciation. Daily Herald, p. 3b. [Obituary, reprinted from the Melbourne Herald.]
April 8 [In 'Concerning People'.] 'The destitute board. Register, p. 4h. [Tribute to Miss Spence.]
April 9 [In 'Adelaide Notes'.] 'To all interested. . .' Australasian, p. 934a-b. [Tribute to Miss Spence by 'Freda'.]
April 9 The late Miss C. H. Spence. The apostle of the effective voting movement. Chronicle, p. 31c. [Photograph.]
April 9 Obituary. Miss Catherine Helen Spence. Chronicle, p. 46c. [Obituary.]
April 9 A notable woman. Leader, p. 45e. [Obituary.]
April 9 Death of Miss Spence. The "Grand Old Woman" of Australasia. A picturesque identity. Observer, p. 47a-c. [Obituary.]
April 9 Portrait of the late Miss Catherine Helen Spence. Observer, p.VIII. (Picture pages.) [Photograph.]
April 9 The late Catherine Helen Spence. An autobiography. I.—Early life in Scotland. Observer, p. 47d-e.
April 11 The late Miss Spence. Advertiser, p. 8d. [Report of memorial service at the Unitarian Church, Wakefield Street. Biographical material.]
April 11 The late Catherine Helen Spence. An autobiography. III.—More family details and a voyage. Register, p. 7d-e.
April 11 The late Miss Spence. In memoriam service. Register, p. 9a. [Report of memorial service at the Unitarian Church, Wakefield Street. Biographical material.]
April 13 The late Miss Spence. Advertiser, p. 11a. [Report of meeting of State Children's Council. Tribute.]
April 13 The late Miss Spence. Loss to the Commonwealth. Register, p. 3h. [Report of meeting of State Children's Council. Tribute.]
April 13 [In 'Concerning People.'] 'Letters of condolence. . .' Register, p. 7c. [List of letters of condolence on the death of Miss Spence received from other States by the State Children's Council.]
April 13 The late Catherine Helen Spence. An autobiography. IV.—The first colonists. Register, p. 9a-b.
April 14 [In 'Notes and Queries'.] 'Catherine Helen Spence. . .' Register, p. 5d. [Poem by S. T. Biographical material.]
April 14 Vale, Catherine Helen Spence. Worker, p. 16c. [Obituary.]
April 15 [In 'Current Topics'.] The death of Miss Spence. Bunyip, p. 2b. [Obituary.]
April 15 Catherine Helen Spence—prophet of the effective vote. The Public, p. 341-4. [Obituary by Alice Henry. Collected pamphlets on Biography, vol. 1. State Library of South Australia.]
April 16 The late Catherine Helen Spence. An autobiography. II.—Early life in Scotland. Observer, p. 47a-c.
April 16 The late Catherine Helen Spence. An autobiography. V.—A beginning at seventeen. Register, p. 15e-f.
April 16 Catherine Helen Spence. The grand old woman of Australia. The Survey, p. 117-8. [Obituary by Alice Henry. Collected pamphlets on Biography, vol. 1. State Library of South Australia.]
April 18 [In 'Notes and Queries'.] 'The late Miss Spence. . .' Register, p. 3g. [Letter from Marie Hodgson proposing a Memorial Tea at the Destitute Asylum. Biographical material.]
April 19 [In 'Notes and Queries'.] 'The late Miss Spence. . .' Register, p. 9g. [Letter from F. S. Hawkins supporting the idea of a Memorial Tea. Biographical material.]
April 22 The late Catherine Helen Spence. An autobiography. VI.—Lovers and friends. Register, p. 6g-h.
April 23 The late Catherine Helen Spence. An autobiography. III.—More family details and a voyage. Observer, p. 47a-b.
April 26 The late Catherine Helen Spence. An autobiography. VII.—A political inspiration. Register, p. 8f-g.
April 30 The late Catherine Helen Spence. An autobiography. IV.—The first colonists. Observer, p. 48a-b.
May 2 The late Catherine Helen Spence. An autobiography. VIII.—Literary efforts. Register, p. 6d-e.
May 7 The late Catherine Helen Spence. An autobiography. V.—A beginning at seventeen. Observer, p. 49a-c.
May 7 [In 'Notes and Queries'.] 'The late Miss Spence. . .' Register, p. 15c. [Letter from "Co-worker" lamenting small attendance at Spence's funeral. Tribute.]
May 9 The late Catherine Helen Spence. An autobiography. IX.—Relations, friends, and a trip. Register, p. 14g-h.
May 14 The late Catherine Helen Spence. An autobiography. VI.—Lovers and friends. Observer, p. 49a-c.
May 17 The late Catherine Helen Spence. An autobiography. X.—Hare and an old aunt. Register, p. 8g-h.
May 21 The late Catherine Helen Spence. An autobiography. VII.—A political inspiration. Observer, p. 47a-c.
May 23 The late Catherine Helen Spence. An autobiography. XI.—Old friends. Register, p. 8i-9a.
May 24 The late Catherine Helen Spence. An autobiography. XII.—Edinburgh and London. Register, p. 6e.
May 26 The late Catherine Helen Spence. An autobiography. XIII.—Various subjects. Register, p. 9f-g.
May 28 The late Catherine Helen Spence. An autobiography. VIII.—Literary efforts. Observer, p. 47a-b.
June 1 The late Catherine Helen Spence. An autobiography. XIV.—Meeting with J. S. Mill and George Eliot. Register, p. 15a-c.
June 4 The late Catherine Helen Spence. An autobiography. IX.—Relations, friends and a trip. X.—Hare and an old aunt. Observer, p. 49a-d.
June 4 The late Catherine Helen Spence. An autobiography. XV.—Return from the old country. Register, p. 7a-b.
June 10 The late Catherine Helen Spence. An autobiography. XVI.—The State children system. Register, p. 3f-g.
June 11 The late Catherine Helen Spence. An autobiography. XI.—Old friends. Observer, p. 49a-b.
June 11 The late Catherine Helen Spence. An autobiography. XVII.—Philanthropy and journalism. Register, p. 7a-b.
June 18 The late Catherine Helen Spence. An autobiography. XII.—Edinburgh and London. XIII—Various subjects. Observer, p. 49a-d.
June 25 The late Catherine Helen Spence. An autobiography. XIV.—Meeting with J. S. Mill and George Eliot. XV.—Return from the old country. Observer, p. 49a-e.
June 25 The late Catherine Helen Spence. An autobiography. XVIII.—Preaching, friendships and writing. Register, p. 9a-d.
June 28 The late Catherine Helen Spence. An autobiography. XIX.—School board work. Register, p. 8c-d.
July 2 The late Catherine Helen Spence. An autobiography. XVI.—The State children system. XVII.—Philanthropy and journalism. Observer, p. 49a-e.
July 12 The late Catherine Helen Spence. An autobiography. XX.—Speculation, charity, and a book. Register, p. 8i-9a.
July 16 The late Catherine Helen Spence. An autobiography. XX.—Speculation, charity, and a book. Observer, p. 52a-d.
July 20 The late Catherine Helen Spence. An autobiography. XXI.—More literary work. Register, p. 6a-c.
July 23 The late Catherine Helen Spence. An autobiography. XXII.—Sorrow and change. Register, p. 14h-i.
July 30 The late Catherine Helen Spence. An autobiography. XXI.—More literary work. Observer, p. 47a-c.
July 30 The late Catherine Helen Spence. An autobiography. XXIII.—Impressions of America. Register, p. 14h-i.
August 6 The late Catherine Helen Spence. An autobiography. XXII.—Sorrow and change. Observer, p. 47a-c.
August 13 The late Catherine Helen Spence. An autobiography. XXIII.—Impressions of America. Observer, p. 47a-d.
August 13 The late Catherine Helen Spence. An autobiography. XXIV.—Notabilities and travel. Register, p. 15g-h.
August 20 The late Catherine Helen Spence. An Autobiography. XXIV.—Notabilities and travel. Observer, p. 47a-c.
September 8 The late Catherine Helen Spence. An autobiography. XXV.—English and continental friends. Register, p. 9a-b.
September 15 The late Catherine Helen Spence. An autobiography. XXVI.—Public work. Register, p. 14f-g.
September 17 The late Catherine Helen Spence. An autobiography. XXV.—English and continental friends. Observer, p. 49a-b.
September 24 The late Catherine Helen Spence. An autobiography. XXVII.—Advancing the cause. Register, p. 14f-g.
September 30 The late Catherine Helen Spence. An autobiography. XXVIII.—Prison reform. Register, p. 8c-d.
October 7 The late Catherine Helen Spence. An autobiography. XXIX.—Proportional representation. Register, p. 8e-f.
October 8 The late Catherine Helen Spence. An autobiography. XXVI.—Public work. Observer, p. 44a-b.
October 12 The late Catherine Helen Spence. An autobiography. XXX.—The Boer war. Register, p. 8e.
October 18 The late Catherine Helen Spence. An autobiography. XXXI.—A federal campaign. Register, p. 6c-d.
October 20 The late Catherine Helen Spence. An autobiography. XXXII.—A women's movement. Register, p. 4h.
October 22 The late Catherine Helen Spence. An autobiography. XXVII.—Advancing the cause. Observer, p. 53a-c.
October 22 The late Catherine Helen Spence. An autobiography. XXXIII.—Women and children. Register, p. 15c.
October 26 [In 'Concerning People.'] "Monday next. . ." Register, p. 6f. [Notice of Memorial Tea. Biographical material.]
October 27 The late Catherine Helen Spence. An autobiography. XXXII.—A women's movement. Register, p. 5a-b. [Reprinted from October 20 with additions.]
October 28 Effective voting and the late Miss Spence. Register, p. 8g. [Report of interview with Miss F. S. Hawkins. Biographical material.]
October 29 The late Catherine Helen Spence. An autobiography. XXVIII.—Prison reform. Observer, p. 54a-b.
October 29 The late Catherine Helen Spence. An autobiography. XXXV.—The eightieth milestone and the end. Register, p. 8g-h.
October 29 Miss Spence's autobiography. Register, p. 12d-e. [Second leader. Tribute.]
October 31 Destitute asylum. A tribute to the late Miss Spence. Advertiser, p. 11g. [Report of Spence Memorial Tea.]
October 31 The late Miss Spence. Commemoration gathering. Daily Herald, p. 3g-h. [Report of Spence Memorial Tea. Biographical material.]
October 31 Honouring a grand old woman. Register, p. 6f. [Report of speech by W. J. Sowden at the Spence Memorial Tea. Biographical material.]
October 31 Among the old folk. Tea at the destitute asylum. In memory of Miss Spence. Register, p. 9a-b. [Report with photograph of the Spence Memorial Tea. Biographical material.]
November 5 The late Catherine Helen Spence. An autobiography. XXIX.—Proportional representation. XXX.—The Boer war. Observer, p. 49a-c.
November 5 Among the old folks. Tea at the destitute asylum. Observer, p. 53c-d. [Report with photograph of the Spence Memorial Tea. Biographical material.]
November 12 The late Catherine Helen Spence. An autobiography. XXXI.—A federal campaign. Observer, p. 42a-b.
November 26 The late Catherine Helen Spence. An autobiography. XXXII.—A women's movement. Observer, p. 5c-e.
December 3 The late Catherine Helen Spence. An autobiography. XXXIII.—Women and children. Observer, p. 5c-d.
December 10 The late Catherine Helen Spence. An autobiography. XXXIV.—The eightieth milestone and the end. Observer, p. 49a-b.