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Charles Thomas (Charlie) Reeve (1877–1942)

Charles Thomas (Charlie) Reeve

Charles Thomas (Charlie) Reeve, also known as Charles Reeves (1887-1942) bricklayer, gaoled IWW member and Communist organiser Birth: 2 November 1877 London, England, son of John Reeve, plumber. Never married. Death: 30 May 1942 at Gymea Bay, New South Wales. Religion: Rationalist.  Migrated to Sydney in 1907, where he belonged to Chicago local of Industrial Workers of the World (IWW), working as an organiser and secretary. was in New Zealand in 1913. Secretary of Auckland local of IWW. Visited...

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