Portrait, Olive Harvison; c1900; 000/456


Moruya and District Historical Society Museum


Portrait, Olive Harvison

About this object

A portrait of Olive Harvison, one of Robert and Henrietta Harvison's daughters

Mr Harvison bought the Moruya Examiner in 1878 from William Clements and became editor from then until retirement in 1913 when Olive took the reins.

Olive's straightforward style of writing was quite different to her father's florid, Victorian prose.

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Harvison family

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Moruya Examiner

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Constable family

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framed portrait - female

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