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Albert McNolty (1893–1969)

from Canberra Times

Mr Albert McNolty, "the grand old man of the Victorian Labor and trade union movement", died last night. He was 75.

Mr McNolty had a long and colourful career. He was a former president and treasurer of the Victorian ALP, a delegate to ALP Federal conferences and president of the Trades Hall Council.

He was a member of the Trades Hall Council executive for 21 years, president of the Victorian Metal Trades Federation of Unions and State and Federal secretary of the Sheet Metal Workers Union.

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Additional Resources

  • photo, Brisbane Telegraph, 4 June 1948, p 2
  • photo, Tribune (Sydney), 2 October 1957, p 1
  • photo, Tribune (Sydney), 18 October 1961, p 9

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