We had a good response to asking you all to help with some words that were xxxxxx in a letter. We are wondering if you would like to transcribe these individual words or whole letters? We can then start posting them for you, as we have some great helpers in the office to keep them up to you. Because we are a busy production company it has been difficult to blog regularly… but now we have more people volunteering to help on the administration. When we have all the letters transcribed we are planning to publish them.
WelcomeGeorgiana Molloy was among the first settlers who arrived in the remote South West corner of Western Australia, in 1830. Her world changed suddenly and completely as she faced new life challenges as a settler, wife, mother and sometimes administrator. Initial disdain for the local flora changed to passion and she became a self-taught botanist whose seed collections were exceptional. Her warmth, wit and passion will finally be shared when we have transcribed all of her letters and diaries for the first time.
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