Margaret Lilian PITT-MORISON
Also known as: Margaret Pitt Morison
Born: 3 December 1900
Died: 12 December 1985Special Achievements:
The first woman to become an architect in Western Australia (October 1924), the first woman to be appointed Clerk of Works for a government building site, and the only non-service person working for the Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) as a field camouflage officer during World War II (1942).
Willis, Julie and Bronwyn Hanna. (2002). Women Architects in Australia 1900-1950. Australian Capital Territory: The Royal Australian Institute of Architects.
Matthews, Leonie. (date unknown). Tracing Connections – The architecture & furniture design of Margaret Pitt Morison and Heimann Jacobsohn in Western Australia, c. 1940 . In unknown book (pp. 243-247). city unknown: publisher unknown.
Elston, Kylie. A pioneer of WA’s building history. The West Australian. February 21, 1985:49.
Crommelin, Jill. Still designing at 80. The West Australian. December 4, 1980:p. unknown.