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  1. Davidson, Charles Mark Anthony (1869–1949) politician
  2. Dash, John (1882–1952) trade union official and politician
  3. Dark, Eric Payten (1889–1987) medical practitioner and activist
  4. Dalziel, Allan John (1908–1969) social reformer and political secretary
  5. Daly, John Joseph (1891–1942) lawyer and politician
  6. D'Alton, Thomas George (Tom) (1895–1968) boilermaker and politician
  7. Daley, Jane (Jean) (1881–1948) political organizer
  8. Dalgleish, Daniel Cameron (1827–1870) engineer and politician
  9. Daglish, Henry (1866–1920) public servant and politician
  10. Cusack, John Joseph (1868–1956) coachbuilder, garage proprietor and politician
  11. Curtin, John (1885–1945) prime minister and journalist
  12. Curley, James (1846–1913) coal-miner and trade union official
  13. Cunningham, Lucien Lawrence (Lou) (1889–1948) farmer and politician
  14. Cunningham, James (1879–1943) politician
  15. Crofts, Charles Alfred (1871–1950) trade unionist
  16. Cremean, Herbert Michael (Bert) (1900–1945) politician
  17. Cranwell, Joseph Archibald (1889–1965) trade unionist
  18. Crampton, Walter Russell (1877–1938) trade unionist and journalist
  19. Coyne, John Harry (1865–1926) bushworker, unionist and politician
  20. Coull, James (Jim) (1900–1972) trade unionist and orator
  21. Cotton, Francis (Frank) (1857–1942) journalist and politician
  22. Cosgrove, Sir Robert (1884–1969) grocer, trade unionist and premier
  23. Cooper, William (1861–1941) Aboriginal leader
  24. Cooper, Frank Arthur (1872–1949) clerk and premier
  25. Cook, Sir Joseph (1860–1947) prime minister
  26. Considine, Michael Patrick (1885–1959) union militant and politician
  27. Connor, Reginald Francis (Rex) (1907–1977) motor dealer and politician
  28. Coneybeer, Frederick William (1859–1950) trade unionist and politician
  29. Condon, Doris Catherine (1908–1979) mayor
  30. Conlon, Patricia Anne (1939–1979) feminist, labour movement activist and public servant
  31. Colbourne, William Regis (Bill) (1895–1979) political organizer
  32. Collings, Joseph Silver (1865–1955) party organizer and politician
  33. Collier, Philip (1873–1948) premier
  34. Coleman, Percy Edmund Creed (1892–1934) union organizer and politician
  35. Cole, George Ronald (1908–1969) headmaster and politician
  36. Coates, Joseph Farrar (1878–1943) trade unionist and politician
  37. Clark, Robert (1841–1883) trade union leader and politician
  38. Clarey, Percy James (1890–1960) trade union leader and politician
  39. Clancy, Patrick Martin (Pat) (1919–1987) trade unionist
  40. Clare, Mona Matilda (Monica) (1924–1973) Aboriginal political activist and author
  41. Childe, Vere Gordon (1892–1957) archaeologist and political theorist
  42. Chifley, Joseph Benedict (Ben) (1885–1951) prime minister and locomotive engine driver
  43. Charlton, Matthew (1866–1948) politician
  44. Charleston, David Morley (1848–1934) engineer, unionist and politician
  45. Champion, Henry Hyde (1859–1928) socialist propagandist and journalist
  46. Catts, James Howard (1877–1951) union secretary, politician and businessman
  47. Casey, Gilbert Stephen (1856–1946) labour organizer and agitator
  48. Case, James Thomas (1884–1921) cartoonist
  49. Carroll, Robert Joseph (1877–1940) trade union and Labor Party official
  50. Carmichael, Ambrose Campbell (1866–1953) politician, soldier and accountant
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