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Maie Casey Maie Casey i(A17051 works by) (birth name: Ethel Marian Sumner Ryan) (a.k.a. Lady Casey; Maie Ryan)
Born: Established: 13 Mar 1892 Melbourne, Victoria, ; Died: Ceased: 20 Jan 1983 Berwick, Narre Warren - Berwick area, Melbourne Outer South East, Melbourne, Victoria,
Gender: Female
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Maie Casey was joint editor with Joan Lindsay (q.v.) and others of Early Melbourne Architecture, 1840 to 1888 (1953). She wrote pamphlets and booklets, including Melba Re-Visited (1975), and the libretto of The Young Kabbarli: Chamber Opera in One Act (1972), with music by Margaret Sutherland (q.v.). She also illustrated the children's book, Wild Flower Hunter: The Story of Ellis Rowan by H. J. Samuel.

The niece of Ellis Rowan (q.v.), Casey was also the wife of Richard Casey (Baron Casey of Berwick), politician and Governor-General of Australia (1965-1969).

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