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Marjorie Pym (1907–1934)

Miss Marjorie Pym, who died in Sydney Hospital on Saturday, aged 27 years, was a Bachelor of Arts of the University of Sydney, and was a teacher in the Education Department. She was on the staff of the Newcastle High School for some time, and before being taken ill had been teaching at Willoughby High School. Miss Pym was both a brilliant student and a good sportswoman. Misses Louise, Eleanor, and Gertrude Mack are aunts. The funeral will take place to-day.

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  • funeral, Sydney Morning Herald, 2 October 1934, p 11

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