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  1. Winsor, Reginald (1891–1963) railway commissioner
  2. Winter, Terence Cecil (1906–1980) trade union official and conciliation and arbitration commissioner
  3. Williams, Alfred (1863–1913) educationist
  4. Williams, Katherine Mary (Kath) (1895–1975) unionist
  5. Watson, Phebe Naomi (1876–1964) educationist and women's leader
  6. Wearne, Margaret (1893–1967) trade unionist
  7. Webster, William (1860–1936) quarryman and politician
  8. Walsh, Francis Henry (1897–1968) stonemason and premier
  9. Walker, Bertha May (1912–1975) labour activist
  10. Walker, Clifton Reginald (1905–1976) Communist Party official
  11. Vroland, Anton William Rutherford (1874–1957) educationist
  12. Tripp, Edward Clavell (Ted) (1900–1979) political organizer
  13. Thrower, Thomas Henry (1870–1917) upholsterer and politician
  14. Temple, David (1862–1921) trade unionist
  15. St Ledger, Anthony James Joseph (1859–1929) teacher, solicitor and politician
  16. Stout, James Victor (1885–1964) trade union leader
  17. Swanton, Mary Hynes (1861–1940) trade unionist
  18. Smith, William John (Bill) (1882–1972) industrialist
  19. Smith, William Henry Laird (1869–1942) electrician and politician
  20. Sheehan, James Michael (1885–1967) trade unionist and politician
  21. Seery, Eva Mary (1874–1937) political organizer
  22. Schreiber, Oscar Ferdinand Gordon (1887–1963) cabinet-maker and trade unionist
  23. Schnaars, Stephen Frederick (1907–1980) industrial commissioner
  24. Sharkey, Lawrence Louis (1898–1967) communist leader
  25. Schmella, John Mattao (Matthew) (1908–1960) Labor Party secretary
  26. Sampson, Noel Edgar (1901–1976) headmaster and union leader
  27. Rymer, George Walter (1889–1976) railwayman and trade-union leader
  28. Rogers, Mary Catherine (1872–1932) community and political worker
  29. Russell, Edward John (1878–1925) politician
  30. Riley, Frederick John (1886–1970) political activist and trade unionist
  31. Roach, Bertie Smith (1864–1944) teacher and writer
  32. Pratt, Sydney Ernest (1887–1973) journalist and trade union leader
  33. Pearson, Eric John (1918–1977) teacher and trade-union leader
  34. Pitt, Ernest Roland (1877–1957) librarian
  35. Powell, James Alexander (1836–1921) arts administrator
  36. Osborne, John (1842–1908) Wesleyan minister, journalist and secretary
  37. O'Keeffe, Kathleen Clare (1883–1949) public servant and campaigner for equal pay for women
  38. Oala-Rarua, Oala (1934–1980) teacher, trade-union leader, politician and diplomat
  39. O'Brien, Michael (1900–1967) trade unionist
  40. Nolan, Francis George (1894–1977) trade-union official and railway clerk
  41. Nowland, Evelyn Grace Ione (1887–1974) nurse and trade unionist
  42. Norton, John (1858–1916) newspaper-proprietor and politician
  43. Muntz, Jean Eileen (Jane) (1903–1969) nurse
  44. Morrice, Nellie Constance (1881–1963) nurse and administrator
  45. McPherson, John Abel (1860–1897) printer and politician
  46. Miethke, Adelaide Laetitia (1881–1962) educationist
  47. McGahey, Susan Bell (1862–1919) hospital matron and reformer
  48. McCready, Georgina (1888–1980) nurse, trade unionist and administrator
  49. McClintock, Albert Scott (1880–1968) librarian, estate agent and Labor stalwart
  50. Maxwell, May (Maisie) (1876–1977) actress and journalist
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