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Alexandra Hasluck

Historian, writer, wife of Governor-General Sir Paul Hasluck (1905-1993). Mother of Rollo (1941-1973), and Nicholas (1942-).


Hasluck, Alexandra 1955, Portrait with Background: Georgiana Molloy, OUP, repr. FACP, 1990.

Hasluck, Alexandra 1959, Unwilling Emigrants: A Study of the Convict Period in Western Australia, OUP, Melbourne.

Hasluck, Alexandra 1963, Evelyn Hill: A Memoir.

Hasluck, Alexandra 1965, Thomas Peel of Swan River, OUP, Melbourne.

Hasluck, Alexandra 1965, C. Y. O'Connor, Melbourne.

Hasluck, Alexandra 1970, Of Ladies Dead: Stories not in the Modern Manner (fiction).

Hasluck, Alexandra 1973, Royal Engineer: A Life of Sir Edmund DuCane, Angus & Robertson, Sydney.

Hasluck, Alexandra & Mollie Lukis 1977, Victorian and Edwardian Perth from Old Photographs, John Ferguson, Sydney.

Hasluck, Alexandra ed. 1978, Audrey Tennyson's Vice-Regal Days.

Hasluck, Alexandra 1981, Portrait in a Mirror: An Autobiography, OUP.

Hasluck, Alexandra 1984, Western Australia's Colonial Years.


Hasluck, Alexandra 1961, 'Yagan the Patriot, and some notable Aborigines of the first decade of settlement'Early Days, vol. 5 part 7: 33-48.

References and Links

Bolton, Geoffrey 2014, Paul Hasluck: A Life, UWAP.

Hunter Ann P. 2017, bio in ADB.

Wikipedia page.

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