MARY REIBEY From Convict to First Lady of Trade,

By: Kathleen J Pullen

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MARY REIBEY From Convict to First Lady of Trade, by Kathleen J Pullen
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Ure Smith, publishers, Sydney - ISBN:072540227X first edition, 1975. hardcover, 5¾" x 8¾", with dust jacket. VERY GOOD book in VERY GOOD unclipped dust jacket. Mary arrived in Sydney, Australia as a fourteen-year-old convict girl in 1792, and died 63 years later as the nation's first female business tycoon, heading a vast trading empire dealing in shipping, farming & city buildings. This is a fictional account of her amazing life story, based closely on existing records. LOOSELY INSERTED: folded leaflet for Mary Reibey's Parlour (a Sydney function room) AND a colour photograph of Entally House, Tasmania, built by her husband.

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