Further research is underway. Dr Leanne Day has done extensive research on the culture and curriculum of the Circle.
The Brisbane Literary Circle came out of the Brisbane Schools of Arts around 1887.
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Day, Leanne. The Brisbane Literary Circle: a strategy to elevate the communal mind, The Australian Library Journal, vol. 56 issue 3-4, 2007 pp. 392-404
FROM WOMAN'S CLUBLAND. Queensland Figaro, Thursday 28 April 1904, p 5. NLA Trove