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Letter to Mummy

by Dianne Gallagher (guest author) on 19 September, 2011

As a young girl growing up in the Church of England Girls Home, Carlingford, NSW, Dianne Gallagher knew that the staff didn’t forward her letters to her mother. So, Dianne used to give her letters to her school friend to post.

Below is a letter that Dianne wrote to her mother, in 1964.

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3 thoughts on “Letter to Mummy”

  1. I was in care with Dalmar during the years of – I think- 1972 – 1973. There was me and my two brothers Grant and Todd Jackson – I was seperated from them as they were in the boys quarters and I was in the girls.

    I just really nead to know anything about this time


  2. Hi Tammy,
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    If anyone would like to contact Tammy, please feel free to contact me at the National Museum:
    and I will let Tammy know.

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