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  1. Burke, Anna Elizabeth (1966–?) Speaker of the House of Representatives
  2. Makin, Norman John (1889–1982) politician, Methodist lay preacher and diplomat
  3. Hawke, Robert James (Bob) (1929–2019) prime minister
  4. Edmonds, Frederick John Lloyd (1906–1994) teacher, public servant, and political activist
  5. Edwards, Dr Ronald Frederick (Ron) (1945–?) Deputy Speaker of the House of Representatives
  6. McLeay, Leo Boyce (Leo) (1945–?) Politician
  7. Whitby, Frederick William (Fred) (1924–1993) trade union leader and political party organiser
  8. Zakharov, Alice Olive (1925–1995) schoolteacher, counsellor, and politician
  9. Rountree, Phyllis Margaret (1911–1994) microbiologist and bacteriologist
  10. Berinson, Joseph Max (Joe) (1932–2018) Deputy Speaker House of Representatives, government minister
  11. Summers, David Robin (Dave) (1932–1995) trade union official
  12. Holmes, Cecil William (1921–1994) film-maker and writer
  13. Hartley, Robert Aloysius (Bob) (1897–1991) trade unionist and ALP official
  14. Ashby, Sylvia Rose (1908–1978) market researcher
  15. Leon, Lester (Charlie) (1900–1982) Aboriginal activist
  16. Nelson, Thomas (Tom) (1908–1995) union leader and political activist
  17. Souter, Harold James (1911–1994) trade unionist
  18. McManus, Francis Patrick (Frank) (1905–1983) schoolteacher, party official and politician
  19. Higgins, Henry Bournes (1851–1929) politician and judge
  20. Liversidge, Archibald (1846–1927) scientist
  21. Bacon, Eva (1909–1994) dress designer, political activist, and feminist
  22. Newman, John Paul (1946–1994) politician
  23. Einfeld, Sydney David (Syd) (1909–1995) Jewish community leader and politician
  24. Anderson, Hugh McDonald (1927–2017) school teacher and literary nationalist
  25. Hardy, Francis Joseph (Frank) (1917–1994) writer, communist, and political activist
  26. Peden, Harold (1920–1993) trade unionist
  27. Downing, Robert Reginald (Reg) (1904–1994) politician
  28. Kerr, Sir John Robert (1914–1991) lawyer, judge, and governor-general
  29. Greenwood, Irene Adelaide (1898–1992) feminist, peace activist and broadcaster
  30. Murray, Charles William (1866–1891) coal miner
  31. Bye, George (1855–1935) farm worker
  32. Audley, Thomas (Tom) (1892–1982) shop assistant
  33. Aubin, Edward (1872–1943) coalminer and trade union official
  34. Ashton, George Corbett (1860–1918) trade union official
  35. Ashmore, Edward Thomas (Ted) (1897–1976) trade union official
  36. Arter, John Joseph (Jack) (1904–1973) trade union official
  37. Arrowsmith, Edward (Ted) trade union official
  38. Arnot, Jean Fleming (1903–1995) librarian, trade unionist, and women’s rights activist
  39. Arnold, Charles Edward (Charlie) (1904–?) trade union official
  40. Armfield, Thomas Gummersal (Tom) (1851–1931) labor politician
  41. Hudson, Hugh Richard (1930–1993) politician
  42. Ardagh, Richard George (Dick) (1871–1931) labor politician
  43. Archer, George Stacher (1881–1956) labor politician
  44. Apthorp, John Victor (1904–1992) sailor, communist
  45. Apap, George (1939–?) trade union official
  46. Antony, Ernest Ross (1894–1960) radical working-class poet
  47. Anthes, Harold Neil (Tommy) (1922–1994) carpenter and trade union official
  48. Anlezark, Claude Hamilton (1886–1978) coalminer and trade union official
  49. Anear, Richard Arnold (Dick) (1920–2003) meatworker and trade union official
  50. Andrews, Leonard (1873–1962) shoemaker and trade union official
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