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  1. Hannan, Joseph Francis (1875–1943) trade unionist and politician
  2. Hannam, James George Charles (1895–1979) waterside worker, trade unionist and cyclist
  3. Hanlon, Edward Michael (Ned) (1887–1952) railway worker, grocer and premier
  4. Hamilton, William (1858–1920) trade union leader and politician
  5. Hall, George Wilson (1836–1916) trade unionist, journalist and politician
  6. Guy, James Allan (1890–1979) politician, trade union official and butcher
  7. Guthrie, Robert Storrie (1857–1921) seaman, trade unionist and politician
  8. Gunn, John (1884–1959) premier
  9. Scott Griffiths, Jennie (1875–1951) journalist and political activist
  10. Griffith, Arthur Hill (1861–1946) teacher, politician and patent attorney
  11. Greville, Henrietta (1861–1964) labour organizer
  12. Green, Albert Ernest (1869–1940) politician
  13. Grayndler, Edward (1867–1943) trade unionist and politician
  14. Graves, James Joseph (1882–1964) fitter, trade union official and politician
  15. Grant, Donald McLennan (Don) (1888–1970) agitator and politician
  16. Golding, Annie Mackenzie (1855–1934) feminist teacher
  17. Gledson, David Alexander (1877–1949) trade union leader and politician
  18. Glassey, Thomas (1844–1936) politician
  19. Givens, Thomas (1864–1928) miner, sugar worker, newspaper editor and politician
  20. Gilmore, Dame Mary Jean (1865–1962) writer
  21. Gillies, William Neil (1868–1928) farmer, premier and industrial arbitrator
  22. Gibson, Dorothy (1899–1978) teacher, communist and peace activist
  23. Garrard, Jacob (1846–1931) trade unionist and politician
  24. Garland, Thomas (Tom) (1893–1952) trade union official
  25. Gardiner, Albert (Jupp) (1867–1952) politician
  26. Garden, John Smith (Jock) (1882–1968) clergyman, trade union leader and politician
  27. Galvin, Leslie William (Bill) (1903–1966) politician
  28. Gair, Vincent Clare (Vince) (1901–1980) railway clerk and premier
  29. Turner, Ian Alexander (1922–1978) political activist and historian
  30. Freeman, Paul (1884–1921) deportee and Comintern functionary
  31. Fraser, Allan Duncan (1902–1977) journalist and politician
  32. Francis, Susan (1877–1946) midwife and political activist
  33. Fowler, Jack Radnald (Mick) (1927–1979) seaman, jazz musician and green ban activist
  34. Fowler, Elizabeth Lilian (1886–1954) alderman and politician
  35. Foster, Alfred William (1886–1962) judge
  36. Foran, Martin Henry (Harry) (1850–1908) schoolteacher, journalist, Domain and Yarra Bank orator
  37. Foley, Thomas Andrew (Tom) (1886–1973) politician, general labourer and contractor
  38. Flowers, Fred (1864–1928) house-painter and politician
  39. Fleming, John William (1863–1950) anarchist and agitator
  40. Fletcher, James (1834–1891) coalminer and owner, newspaper proprietor and politician
  41. Fitzpatrick, Brian Charles (1905–1965) journalist, historian, socialist and defender of civil liberties
  42. Fitzgerald, John Daniel (Jack) (1862–1922) compositor, journalist, barrister and politician
  43. Finnan, Francis Joseph (1897–1966) politician and public servant
  44. Fihelly, John Arthur (1882–1945) public servant and politician
  45. Ferguson, William (Bill) (1882–1950) trade unionist and Aboriginal politician
  46. Ferguson, John Alexander (Jack) (1903–1969) trade unionist, politician and public servant
  47. Fegan, John Lionel (1862–1932) coalminer and politician
  48. Farrar, Ernest Henry (1879–1952) trade unionist and politician
  49. Falstein, Sydney Max (1914–1967) politician, lawyer and businessman
  50. Fallon, Clarence George (Clarrie) (1890–1950) trade unionist
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