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  1. Marquet, Claude Arthur (1869–1920) cartoonist
  2. Mann, Thomas (Tom) (1856–1941) trade unionist and socialist
  3. Maloney, William Robert (Nuttall) (1854–1940) humanitarian and politician
  4. Maloney, James Joseph (Jim) (1901–1982) trade unionist, politician and diplomat
  5. Mahon, Hugh (1857–1931) journalist and politician
  6. Magrath, Edward Crawford (1881–1961) printer, trade unionist and politician
  7. Macdonell, Donald (1862–1911) shearer, trade unionist and politician
  8. Lysaght, Andrew Augustus (1873–1933) politician and barrister
  9. Lyons, Joseph Aloysius (Joe) (1879–1939) schoolteacher, premier and prime minister
  10. Lynch, John stonemason and political agitator
  11. Lynch, Patrick Joseph (Paddy) (1867–1944) politician
  12. Lundie, Francis Walter (Frank) (1866–1933) union official
  13. Loveless, George (1797–1874) Dorchester labourer and Tolpuddle 'martyr'
  14. Longmore, Francis (1826–1898) politician and farmer
  15. Long, Richard Hooppell (1873–1948) poet and carpenter
  16. Locke, Lilian Sophia (1869–1950) feminist and socialist
  17. Lewis, Samuel Phineas (Sam) (1901–1976) schoolteacher
  18. Lemmon, John (1875–1955) union organizer and politician
  19. Lee, Mary (1821–1909) suffragist
  20. Lazzarini, Hubert Peter (Bert) (1884–1952) politician
  21. Lazzarini, Carlo Camillo (1880–1952) tailor and politician
  22. Guerin, Julia Margaret (Bella) (1858–1923) feminist, political activist and teacher
  23. Larcombe, James (1884–1957) butcher and politician
  24. Langwell, Hugh (1859–1933) politician and public servant
  25. Lang, John Thomas (Jack) (1876–1975) estate agent and politician
  26. Lane, William (1861–1917) journalist, trade unionist and Utopian
  27. Lane, Ernest Henry (1868–1954) journalist
  28. Lamond, Hector (1865–1947) journalist, publisher and politician
  29. Lambert, William Henry (1881–1928) politician and union leader
  30. Lamaro, Joseph (1895–1951) politician and judge
  31. Laidler, Thomas Percival (Percy) (1884–1958) socialist propagandist and bookshop manager
  32. Lacey, Andrew William (1887–1946) trade unionist and politician
  33. Kraegen, Edward Charles (1864–1943) union organizer and public servant
  34. Kneebone, Henry (1876–1933) printer, journalist and politician
  35. Kirwan, Michael Joseph (Mick) (1873–1941) politician and public servant
  36. Kirkpatrick, Andrew Alexander (1848–1928) printer and politician
  37. Kilburn, John George (1876–1976) bricklayer, trade unionist and politician
  38. Kiernan, Esmond Laurence (1881–1967) furniture dealer and politician
  39. Kidston, William (1849–1919) bookseller and premier
  40. Kennelly, Patrick John (Pat) (1900–1981) Australian Labor Party official and politician
  41. Kenneally, James Joseph (1879–1954) politician
  42. Keegan, Thomas Michael (1878–1937) trade unionist and politician
  43. Keegan, John Walter (1867–1941) trade-unionist and politician
  44. Keane, Richard Valentine (1881–1946) politician and trade union official
  45. Kavanagh, John Patrick (Jack) (1879–1964) political activist
  46. Kavanagh, Edward John (1871–1956) trade unionist, politician and public servant
  47. Julius, Max Nordau (1916–1963) barrister and communist
  48. Judd, Ernest Edward Job Pullin (Ernie) (1883–1959) bookseller and socialist
  49. Jones, John Percy (1872–1955) businessman and politician
  50. Jones, Arthur (1892–1976) trade unionist and politician
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