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To celebrate International Women's Day on Tuesday 8 March, Subiaco Museum is shining a spotlight on key women from Subiaco who have provided a contribution to the museum itself and the Subiaco Community. Read on to discover profiles on five women who helped shape Subiaco. Visit the museum between Wednesday and Saturday to see some of the pictured items in person and find out more about these amazing ladies and their impact on our suburb.
1. Mrs Thomas In Red Cross Summer Uniform 1941
The original black and white photograph shows Mrs E M Thomas in the Red Cross summer uniform. She is wearing a shirt and tie and is hatless. Mrs Thomas sits at a table holding an open book with her left hand, pen poised in the right hand.
Handwritten on the back are the words: "To wish you a lucky year as come too late for birthday wishes, love Ma Thomas".
2. Subiaco Voluntary Aid Detachment Division, Drill Hall, Nicholson Road
Mrs E.M. Thomas, the founder of the detachment, sits in the middle of the front row.