by Chris Boylan with the input of Dolly Guise’s family
Dolly Guise, who graduated as Papua New Guinea’s (PNG) first female PhD in anthropology, lived an extraordinary life. Just as the Japanese arrived in PNG, she was born into an important Milne Bay family and lived her early life near Port Moresby; she was the fourth and last child of the marriage between Elsie Miller and Reginald E Guise.
Her paternal great grandfather was an English aristocrat, Reginald Edward Guise, who settled among the Hula in PNG in 1883, as . . .
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