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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. Brock, John William (Jack) (1892–1966) tramway employee and trade union leader
  2. Bromley, Edward Foord (1852–1934) drover, police constable, gaoled storekeeper
  3. Brown, Alfred John (1858–?) shearer, labourer and trade union leader
  4. Brown, George Anthony (1846–1907) Christian Socialist preacher
  5. Brown, John Harold (1886–1974) tram driver, union official, and politician
  6. Brown, Joseph Edward (Eddy) (1900–1971) wireworker and trade union leader
  7. Brown, Norman Laurence (1900–1929) mine winch driver shot by police
  8. Brown, Peter (1858–1927) locomotive engine driver and trade unionist
  9. Brown, Richard (Dick) (1881–1972) potter, trade union leader
  10. Brown, Ronald Henry (1916–1980) clerk, journalist and Communist
  11. Brown, Walter (1874–1939) mine worker and trade union leader
  12. Brown, William Peter (Billy) (1881–1953) clerk and trade union official
  13. Brown, William Walter (Bill) (1920–2001) cabinet-maker and politician
  14. Brownrigg, Annie Katherine (1904–1975) Communist and community activist
  15. Bryan, Basil James (Jim) (1882–1972) builders’ labourer and peace activist
  16. Bryan, Robert Watson (Bob) (1865–1935) compositor and trade union leader
  17. Bryant, Francis Henry (Frank) (1864–1946) compositor, trade union leader, parliamentarian
  18. Bryant, Oscar (1877–1969) engineer and trade union leader
  19. Buchanan, Robert Bruce (1830–1919) carpenter, builder and political activist
  20. Buckingham, George Nathaniel (1872–1919) storeman and trade union leader
  21. Buckland, George Henry (1889–1966) miner and trade union leader
  22. Buckley, Alfred Ruffield (Alf) (1892–1963) boilermaker and trade union leader
  23. Buckley, Arthur William (1891–1974) tram conductor and labor politician
  24. Buckley, Francis Patrick (Pat) (1894–1971) barber, union organiser and Labor politician
  25. Buckley, George Patrick (1881–1958) drayman, union leader, and politician
  26. Budd, Valerie Maud (1898–1970) community worker and political activist
  27. Bull, Tasnor Ivan (Tas) (1932–2003) trade union leader and Labor Party activist
  28. Buller, Samuel (1802–1871) convict, sawyer, and trade unionist
  29. Bulmer, Edward William (Ted) (1898–1994) carpenter and trade union leader
  30. Burcher, John Frederick (1884–1955) tramway ganger and trade unionist
  31. Burdett, Ann (Annie) (1867–1954) temperance and Labor Party activist
  32. Burge, Charles John (1873–1938) timberworker and trade union leader
  33. Burgess, James William (Jim) (1880–1945) trade union official
  34. Burke, Francis Joseph (Frank) (1884–1948) bookbinder and trade union leader
  35. Burke, Michael (Mick) (1864–1937) labourer, union official and politician
  36. Burke, Nathaniel Willie (Bill) (1889–1970) postal worker and trade union leader
  37. Burns, Albert (1875–1948) coalminer and produce merchant
  38. Burns, George Mason (1869–1932) union organiser and politician
  39. Burns, William Fardon (Bill) (1912–1989) journalist, wharf labourer and Communist
  40. Butler, James (1874–1945) coal lumper and bookmaker
  41. Cadden, John William (Jack) (1871–1940) wharf labourer and trade union leader
  42. Caffrey, Martha Ann (1884–1975) community worker and political activist
  43. Cahill, Gordon Charles (1900–1981) boilermaker and trade union leader
  44. Callanan, George (1883–1923) miner and trade union leader
  45. Callard, Maurice Andrew (Morrie) (1893–1951) dentist, socialist and trade union leader
  46. Callin, George Edwin (1886–1943) gas employee and trade union leader
  47. Calthorpe, Ivy Bright Philomena (Mena) (1905–1996) writer, editor and social justice activist
  48. Cameron, Annette Elizabeth (1920–2008) political activist
  49. Cameron, Roy Angus (1906–1997) clerk and trade union leader
  50. Campbell, Alexander William (Alec) (1899–2002) soldier, public servant, and trade union leader
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