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Constance Gittins Constance Gittins i(A34767 works by) (birth name: Constance Laura Doughty Smith) (a.k.a. Constance Laura Doughty Gittins; Mrs T. Gittins Jnr; Connie Gittins)
Also writes as: Constance L. D. Smith
Born: Established: 25 Jun 1875 Gympie, Gympie area, Gympie - Cooloola - Tin Can Bay area, South East Queensland, Queensland, ; Died: Ceased: 1963 Bowral, Mittagong - Bowral area, Southern Highlands - Southern Tablelands, Southeastern NSW, New South Wales,
Gender: Female
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Gittins was the daughter of Henry Halliday Smith who was an official in the Queensland Railway Service. She was educated privately at Sandgate. In 1921, Constance Gittins was a foundation member of the Queensland Authors' and Artists' Association. She lived in the Stanthorpe area for many years and was the sister of Gladys Jackson (q.v.).

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