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'I am always interested in the lives of successful women: we tend to do success differently from men and Celia Rosser is no exception. Even her biographer, Carolyn Landon, was initially underwhelmed by Rosser, a ‘small woman with a round smiling face’, deciding that she might warrant a brief biography in a book aimed at tourists. Yet, Landon came to see potential in the life story of the acclaimed botanical artist and even converted from a botanical illiterate to a budding botanical illustrator, banksia grower and friend of the Australian Garden at Cranbourne. ...'

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    y Australian Historical Studies vol. 47 no. 1 2016 9735102 2016 periodical issue

    Special Issue: Oral History and Australian Generations

    pg. 171-173
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