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  1. McGahey, Susan Bell (1862–1919) hospital matron and reformer
  2. McCready, Georgina (1888–1980) nurse, trade unionist and administrator
  3. McClintock, Albert Scott (1880–1968) librarian, estate agent and Labor stalwart
  4. Maxwell, May (Maisie) (1876–1977) actress and journalist
  5. McAlpine, Abner Strephon (1891–1958) industrial and political organizer
  6. Matthews, William (1833–1890) schoolteacher
  7. Macghey, Mary Veta (1897–1970) headmistress
  8. Macdonald, Alexander (Alex) (1910–1969) ironworker and trade union official
  9. Lovegrove, Denis (1904–1979) trade unionist, party official and politician
  10. Lonergan, John Thomas (Jack) (1902–1979) trade union official
  11. Liddell, Mary Wherry (1877–1967) journalist
  12. Lawson, George (1880–1966) trade union official and politician
  13. King, Robert Arthur (1886–1960) saddler, labour official and politician
  14. Keeffe, James Bernard (Jim) (1919–1988) trade union official and politician
  15. Kenny, James Denis (1906–1967) glassworker and trade union official
  16. Keon, Standish Michael (Stan) (1913–1987) trade union official and politician
  17. Kane, John Thomas (Jack) (1908–1988) politician
  18. Hunkin, Leslie Claude (1884–1984) politician and public servant
  19. Godfrey, George Fuller (1904–1989) journalist and union official
  20. Glasheen, John Patrick (Jack) (1901–1954) schoolteacher, public servant and football administrator
  21. Field, Albert Patrick (Pat) (1910–1990) French polisher, trade union official and politician
  22. Edwards, William Burton (1856–1925) public service inspector
  23. Elliott, Eliot Valens (Vic) (1902–1984) trade unionist
  24. Facey, Albert Barnett (Bert) (1894–1982) soldier, farmer, tram driver and autobiographer
  25. Dunningham, Sir John Montgomery (1884–1938) bookmaker and politician
  26. Duncan, Walter Leslie (1883–1947) politician
  27. Diamond, Richard Frank (Dick) (1906–1989) trade union official, dramatist and journalist
  28. Denning, Arthur (1901–1975) educationist
  29. Deamer, Sydney Harold (1891–1962) newspaper editor
  30. Davies, Natalia (Nat) (1907–1951) schoolteacher and defence worker
  31. Curthoys, Roy Lancaster (1892–1971) journalist
  32. Currey, Charles Herbert (1890–1970) educationist and legal historian
  33. Crosby, Joseph Alexander (Marshall) (1882–1954) actor
  34. Crosby, George Wallace Donald (Don) (1924–1985) actor and actor's union president
  35. Cremor, William Edward (1897–1962) army officer and schoolteacher
  36. Crawford, Thomas William (1865–1948) sugar-grower and politician
  37. Cook, Bertie Stuart (1877–1968) journalist
  38. Cranley, Alison Hilma (1910–1987) schoolteacher and unionist
  39. Corby, John McKenzie (1857–1927) marine engineer
  40. Cohen, Laurence (1874–1916) trade unionist
  41. Cluff, Florence Amy (Flo) (1902–1990) trade unionist, communist and pensioner activist
  42. Chamberlain, Francis Edward (Joe) (1900–1984) Labor Party secretary
  43. Cashman, Ellen Imelda (Mel) (1891–1983) union organiser and arbitration inspector
  44. Carroll, Dorothy (1897–1966) hospital matron
  45. Cameron, Angus (1847–1896) trade unionist and politician
  46. Callaghan, James Joseph (1850–1908) schoolteacher
  47. Burley, Johnston (1873–1955) soldier, carpenter and engine driver
  48. Burke, Thomas Michael (1870–1949) businessman and philanthropist
  49. Brown, John Joseph (Jack) (1912–1989) trade unionist
  50. Browne, Reginald Spencer (1856–1943) journalist and soldier
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