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Biographical Register of the Australian Labour Movement, 1788-1975

This project consists of brief biographical entries on activists who made a significant but hitherto unrecorded or under-recorded contribution to the labour movement's history. [Read More]

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  1. Birkinshaw, Alfred (1889–1971) trade union leader
  2. Bishop, Reginald (Reg) (1913–1999) politician
  3. Black, David (1887–1963) school teacher and trade union leader
  4. Black, David Joseph (1898–1979) public servant and trade union leader
  5. Black, Donald Edmond (1875–1945) trade union leader
  6. Blackburn, Jean Edna (1919–2001) educationist, Communist and feminist
  7. Blackmore, John Samuel (Jack) (1853–1931) printer, trade union leader
  8. Blackwell, Hugh Octavius (1847–1937) carpenter and trade union leader
  9. Bladon, Herbert (1855–1917) iron roller, trade union leader, poultry farmer
  10. Blake, Audrey Elsie (1916–2006) communist
  11. Blamire, John (Jack) (1851–1905) labourer and trade union leader
  12. Blamire, Richard (Dick) (1855–1914) brickmaker and trade union leader
  13. Blanch, Ernest Henry (1863–1935) coalminer and trade union leader
  14. Bloch, Betty (1905–2002) kindergarten director and Communist
  15. Bodkin, George Clifford (1867–1930) miner and trade union organiser
  16. Bodkin, William Francis (Bill) (1903–1971) trade union leader
  17. Bodsworth, William Gilbert (Gil) (1893–1974) wood machinist, trade union leader
  18. Bolitho, Thomas (1895–1928) miner
  19. Bollins, Francis Albert (Frank) (1918–2005) sheet metal worker and trade union leader
  20. Bookluck, Alexander (Alex) (1896–1967) railway worker and writer
  21. Booley, Henry (Harry) (1893–1985) trade union leader and Communist
  22. Booley, Robert (1804–1876) coachbuilder, and political candidate
  23. Booth, George (1891–1960) miner, trade unionist and politician
  24. Bourne, Ottoway (1833–1887) labourer
  25. Bourne, Walter George (Wally) (1911–1985) fitter, die setter, and Communist
  26. Bourne, Walter Howard (Wally) (1873–1952) printer and trade union leader
  27. Bousen, William Raymond (Ray) (1911–2002) railway employee, parliamentarian
  28. Bow, Richard Rowland (Dick) (1868–1941) shearer and trade union official
  29. Bowen, Fred William (1906–1980) upholsterer, trade union leader, politician
  30. Bower, John (1861–1940) coalminer and trade union official
  31. Bower, William (1852–1927) coalminer, mayor and trade union leader
  32. Bower, William Spowart (1858–1935) coalminer, alderman, trade union leader
  33. Bowes, David John (1867–1956) shearer and trade union leader
  34. Bowman, Edward James (Ted) (1874–1943) shearer and trade union leader
  35. Boxhorn, Joseph (Joe) (1888–1960) clerk, PMG linesman and political activist
  36. Boyd, Barbara Emily (1914–1993) journalist and Communist
  37. Boyd, Clarence Morris (Clarrie) (1903–1970) school teacher and Communist
  38. Boyle, Daniel (Dan) (1852–1944) shearer and trade unionist
  39. Bradburn, Richard (1791–1835) carpenter and joiner
  40. Bradshaw, James Henry (Harry) (1861–1935) plasterer and trade union leader
  41. Brady, Thomas Grieve (1858–1945) carpenter and trade union leader
  42. Brand, Henry (Harry) (1907–1979) clerk, trade union leader and city councillor
  43. Brandt, Paulus Johannus (1854–1934) pastrycook and trade union leader
  44. Brennan, William Edward (1865–1937) trade union leader and politician
  45. Brennan, William Sydney (Bill) (1907–1983) glazier, storekeeper and mayor
  46. Brickhill, George Russell (1879–1965) journalist and trade union leader
  47. Briemle, Ernest Paul (Ernie) (1894–1990) wharf labourer and gaoled trade unionist
  48. Brierley, Thomas (Tom) (1860–1915) tobacco worker and trade unionist
  49. Brightman, George Sydney (1916–2001) accountant and trade union official
  50. Brislan, William Patrick (Bill) (1906–1973) postal worker and Communist organiser
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