Margaret Paice


Born
in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
September 01, 1920

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Australian children's author Margaret Paice, born Margaret D. Cantle in 1920, in Brisbane, Queensland, was the daughter of engineer Sydney Cantle. Raised in central Queensland, Paice attended Moreton Bay High School in Wynnum, Brisbane, for at least one year. She moved to Brisbane full-time at the outbreak of WWII, working for the Women’s National Emergency League, and was married to Herbert Paice, Supervisor of the Telegraph Section of the Post Office, in 1942. The couple had two children.

Following the death of her husband in 1955, Paice moved her family to Sydney, where she pursued her longtime dream of becoming an artist, studying illustration at the East Sydney Technical College and the National Art School Sydney, and painting at the Ro
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Blue Ridge Summer

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Run To the Mountains

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The Secret of Greycliffs (K...

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Colour In the Creek

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The Lucky Fall (Kathy Brown...

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Shadow Of Wings

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Wheels And Wings: A History...

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Dolan's Roost

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Jackey Jackey

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They Drowned a Valley

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