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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. Campbell, Francis Henry (Frank) (1905–1998) clerk and trade union leader
  2. Campbell, Norman Joseph (Norm) (1922–?) public servant and trade union leader
  3. Campbell, William (1851–1913) engineer and trade union leader
  4. Candish, Thomas Pilditch (1859–1931) carpenter and trade union leader
  5. Canty, Thomas William (1895–1987) public servant and trade union leader
  6. Carey, Frank (1913–1977) railway worker and trade union leader
  7. Carey, William (Bill) (1887–1928) trade union organiser, and Labor politician
  8. Carmagnola, Francesco Guiseppi (Frank) (1900–1986) canecutter and anti-fascist organiser
  9. Carr, John (1870–1929) waterside worker and politician
  10. Carroll, Arthur Vincent (1886–1967) tailor and trade union leader
  11. Carter, George (1863–1932) trade unionist, and politican
  12. Carter, Herbert (Bert) (1878–1958) tailor and trade union leader
  13. Carter, Joseph (Joe) (1907–?) wharf labourer and Communist activist
  14. Carver, Adella Jane (Addie) (1886–1937) nurse and Labor activist
  15. Casey, Henry (1863–?) shearer, gaoled trade unionist
  16. Casey, William (Bill) (1889–1949) seaman, and trade union leader
  17. Chalker, Dorothy (Dot) (1908–1995) trade union leader
  18. Chapman, Ernest Arthur (1892–1935) railway engineer and trade union leader
  19. Chapman, Robert (Bob) (1906–1983) coalminer, Communist and shire president
  20. Chapple, Sidney (1874–1942) fellmonger and trade union leader
  21. Chinchen, Robert (1864–1913) stonemason and trade union leader
  22. Chiplin, Rex (1915–1990) journalist and Communist 
  23. Chung, Leonard Austin (1917–1984) textile worker and trade union leader
  24. Churchward, Lloyd Gordon (1919–1998) political scientist and Labor historian 
  25. Clarey, Reynold Arthur (1897–1972) clerk, accountant, and Labor politician
  26. Clarke, William Job (1899–1988) seaman, trade union leader, journalist
  27. Cleary, Sheila Agnes (1906–1991) teacher and trade unionist
  28. Clementson, William Alfred (1884–1982) tram driver and politician 
  29. Close, John Hoskin (Jack) (1877–1958) miner and trade union leader 
  30. Cockerill, Francis Henry (Harry) (1899–1987) miner and politician
  31. Cocking, Josiah (Joe) (1867–1960) copper ore picker, coal miner, and poet
  32. Coe, Thomas (Tom) (1908–1977) textile worker and trade union leader
  33. Coen, James (Jim) (1855–1911) bricklayer and trade union leader
  34. Colborne, William Parry (Bill) (1859–1945) compositor, printer and Labor politician
  35. Colbourne, Margaret (1868–1948) school cleaner and trade unionist
  36. Coleman, Mary Theresa (Tessie) (1890–1957) trade union official
  37. Collins, Charles (Charlie) (1867–1936) trade union official and politician
  38. Collins, Louis (Lou) (1889–1956) trade union leader and community activist
  39. Collins, William Charles (Charlie) (1890–1984) railway employee and trade union leader
  40. Coloretti, Augusto Enrico (Gus) (1908–1982) hospital employee and mayor 
  41. Comerford, James (Jim) (1913–2006) mine worker and trade union leader
  42. Concannon, James Matthew (Jim) (1890–1973) clerk and politician
  43. Condon, Francis Joseph (Frank) (1884–1961) trade union leader and politician
  44. Condon, James Patrick (Jim) (1901–1973) bootmaker and trade union leader
  45. Conlon, Francis John (Frank) (1885–1954) carter and trade union leader
  46. Connington, Michael Joseph (Mick) (1873–1930) trade union leader and politician
  47. Connolly, Peter (1890–1959) coalminer and politician
  48. Connors, Cecil George (1911–2000) shearer, Communist activist
  49. Connors, Francis Patrick (Frank) (1888–1963) engineer and politician
  50. Conway, John (Johnny) (1896–1960) miner and Socialist activist
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