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Browsing authors from Royal South Australian Deaf Society

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Royal South Australian Deaf Society 3
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  • The South Australian Adult Deaf and Dumb Mission was founded in 1891. In 1900 it changed its name to the South Australian Adult Deaf and Dumb Mission and Parafield Home for Aged and Infirm Deaf Mutes. In 1902 it changed to the South Australian Adult Deaf and Dumb Mission and Angas Home for Aged and Infirm Deaf Mutes. From 1950 it referred to itself also as the South Australian Deaf and Dumb Society. In 1962 It changed its official name to the South Australian Adult Deaf and Dumb Mission and Angas Home for Aged Deaf. In 1975 it changed to the South Australian Deaf Society, which changed in 1981 to Royal South Australian Deaf Society. From 2002 it began to use the logo DeafSA or Deaf SA on its publications as well as its formal name. Works by these bodies are entered under the name used at the time of publication
Royal South Australian Society of Arts 36
Notes:
  • The South Australian Society of Arts changed its name in 1936 to Royal South Australian Society of Arts. Works by these bodies are entered under the name used at the time of publication
Royal Southern Memorial Hospital (Caulfield, Vic.) 1
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  • In Nov. 1987 the Alfred Hospital (Melbourne, Vic.) merged with the Caulfield Hospital and the Royal Southern Memorial Hospital (Caulfield, Vic.) to become the Amalgamated Alfred, Caulfield and Royal Southern Memorial Hospital, renamed in 1990 the Alfred Group of Hospitals. Within the amalgamated hospital, the Caulfield and Royal Southern Memorial hospitals were further merged, to operate as the Caulfield General Medical Centre
Royal Spring Show (Adelaide, S.A.) 1
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  • The Royal Agricultural and Horticultural Society of South Australia has held an annual show since the mid 1800's. Initially called simply the Show, it was later called the Royal Spring Show, from 1936 the Royal Show, and from 1964 the Royal Adelaide Show (although still familiarly called the Royal Show). Works by these bodies are entered under the name used at the time of publication
Royal Statistical Society (Great Britain) 44
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  • In 1873 the Statistical Society of London changed its name to Statistical Society, which, in 1887 became the Royal Statistical Society. Works by these bodies are entered under the name used at the time of publication
Royal Statistical Society (Great Britain). Committee of Librarians and Statisticians 0
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