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7.42 Female, Married, 25-34 yrs, Psychopathic personality, Stammering, June 1947

Identifier: EUA IN1/ACU/S2/17/1/7

Scope and Contents

"A wrong character and a loose woman - Police Constable says she is the one fly in the ointment in the area. Had a bad reputation with Australians during the war. Sends anonymous letters to Police. Very houseproud and clean. 14 siblings. Husband, OK. Two children, normal, bright. Used to be a maid. Has a slight stammer, talks far too much. Dr. confirms - of low intelligence, emotionally unstable. Does not pay her bills. Wants to be very dressy, keeps her children nice. Nurse confirms: Now trying to get everybody else caught out - very unpopular, a trouble maker. [Male informant] confirms that she is neurotic, introspective and stutters."

Relatives in survey: Sister


  • Creation: June 1947

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