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Thomas John (Tommy) Smith (1916–1998)

Tommy Smith, with his racehorse Tulloch, by Ern McQuillan, 1960

Tommy Smith, with his racehorse Tulloch, by Ern McQuillan, 1960

National Library of Australia, 26890820

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'Smith, Thomas John (Tommy) (1916–1998)', People Australia, National Centre of Biography, Australian National University, https://peopleaustralia.anu.edu.au/biography/smith-thomas-john-tommy-32722/text, accessed 4 October 2023.

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Tommy Smith, with his racehorse Tulloch, by Ern McQuillan, 1960

Tommy Smith, with his racehorse Tulloch, by Ern McQuillan, 1960

National Library of Australia, 26890820

Life Summary [details]

Birth

3 September, 1916
Jembaicumbene, New South Wales, Australia

Death

2 September, 1998 (aged 81)
Darlinghurst, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

Cause of Death

stroke

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