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Margot Goyder Margot Goyder i(A25323 works by) (birth name: Margot Goyder)
Also writes as: 'Margot Neville' ; Lili Van Heems
Born: Established: 11 May 1896 St Kilda, Caulfield - St Kilda area, Melbourne - Inner South, Melbourne, Victoria, ; Died: Ceased: 5 Jan 1975 Paddington, Kings Cross area, Inner Sydney, Sydney, New South Wales,
Gender: Female
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    • Margot Goyder shared the pseudonym 'Margot Neville' with her sister, Ann Neville Goyder Joske (q.v.).
    • As 'Lili Van Heems' Goyder wrote The Beauty Book (Melb., 1932).
  • The November 1932 issue of The Home includes the following reference: 'Mrs Ann Neville, her sister, Mrs Margot Goyder, and Mr Gerald Kirby' are 'delighted at the acceptance by Mr Owen Nares and Miss Fay Compton of their play, "Once a Husband", to be produced at the Haymarket. Another play, "To Tell You the Truth", is in the hands of the agent , who has written that he expects soon to place it.' (appears in the Melbourne 'Personal and Social' column)
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