Hughes, William Morris, 1864-1952

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Politician. Federal MP 1901-1951, Prime Minister of Australia 1915-1923. See entry in "Australian dictionary of Biography", Vol. 9, p. 393-401.

From the description of "The splendid adventure": autographed book by W.M. Hughes [manuscript]. 1929-1932. (Libraries Australia). WorldCat record id: 225851140

Epithet: Prime Minister of Australia

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Politician. Member of Federal Parliament, 1901-1952. Minister for External Affairs, 1904. Prime Minister, 1915-1917 and 1918-1923. Minister for Trade and Customs, 1916. Minister for External Affairs, 1921-1923.

From the description of Papers [manuscript]. 1914-1921. (Libraries Australia). WorldCat record id: 225851327

Australian parliamentarian and Prime Minister 1915-1923.

From the description of Papers of William Morris Hughes [manuscript]. 1875-ca. 1979. (Libraries Australia). WorldCat record id: 225632771

Epithet: Subject of Mss Eur D686

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William Morris Hughs was born on September 25th 1862 in Pimlico London. His employment included work as a teacher between 1874-84, rouseabout and barrister. He served as Australian Prime Minister from October 27th 1915 to February 9th 1923. He died on October 28th 1952 in Lindfield, Sydney and is buried in the Northern Suburbs Cemetery, Sydney.

From the description of Biography [microform]. n. d. (Libraries Australia). WorldCat record id: 224508635

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creatorOf Moffatt, John Henry. Papers [manuscript]. Libraries Australia
referencedIn Kingsford-Smith, Charles Sir, 1897-1935. Papers of Charles Kingsford-Smith, 1921-1929 [manuscript]. Libraries Australia
creatorOf Vol. xxv. (ff. 252). [1899?]-1922, n.d.includes:f. 1 Guenther Gottlieb Carl Eugen von Jagow, German Foreign Minister: Letter to H. W. Steed of Guenther Gottlieb Carl Eugen von Jagow: 1899?: Fr. and Germ. f. 3 Professor Friedrich Paulsen, German philo..., 1899-1922 British Library
creatorOf Trueblood, Thomas C. (Thomas Clarkson), 1856-1951. Correspondence, 1916-1928. University of Michigan
creatorOf Hughes, William Morris, 1862-1952. Biography [microform]. Libraries Australia
referencedIn Australian authors correspondence collection [manuscript]. Libraries Australia
creatorOf Hughes, W. M. (William Morris), 1862-1952. Papers re formation of CSIRO [manuscript]. Libraries Australia
creatorOf Hughes, W. M. (William Morris), 1862-1952. Letter [manuscript] : Lindfield, N.S.W. to Mr. Arthur J. Gibson. Libraries Australia
creatorOf Hughes, W. M. (William Morris), 1862-1952. Papers of William Morris Hughes [manuscript]. Libraries Australia
creatorOf Hughes, W. M. (William Morris), 1862-1952. Letter [manuscript] : Canberra, to Gordon Jones. Libraries Australia
referencedIn Haynes, T. W. (Thomas Watson), 1878-1963. Cutting book [manuscript]. Libraries Australia
referencedIn Piddington, Albert Bathurst, 1862-1945. Papers [manuscript]. Libraries Australia
referencedIn Whyte, W. Farmer (William Farmer), 1879-. Correspondence [manuscript]. Libraries Australia
referencedIn Vol. cv. (ff. 50). Photographs and portraits of contemporaries of H. W. Steed; 1891-1940, n.d.includes:f. 14 Art. Photographs: Stefano Türr, Hungarian supporter of the Italian Risorgimento: Portrait photograph of S. Türr: 1904: Signed.f. 15 Georg..., 1891-1940 British Library
referencedIn White, T. W. (Thomas Walter), Sir, 1888-1957. Miscellaneous items [manuscript]. Libraries Australia
creatorOf IDDESLEIGH PAPERS. Vol. XXI (ff. 141). Correspondence of Lord Northcote, 1869-1909, and of his wife, 1887-1921. Viz.: 1. ff. 1-11b. Letters of Queen Victoria to Lord and Lady Northcote; 1899, 1900. 2. ff. 12-14b. Letter of Edward VII to Lord Northcot..., 1869-1921 British Library
creatorOf Hughes, W. M. (William Morris), 1862-1952. "The splendid adventure": autographed book by W.M. Hughes [manuscript]. Libraries Australia
referencedIn Fitzhardinge, L. F. (Laurence Frederic), 1908-1993. Papers of Laurence Fitzhardinge [manuscript]. Libraries Australia
creatorOf Hughes, W. M. (William Morris), 1862-1952. Papers [manuscript]. Libraries Australia
referencedIn Rentoul, Alexander C. Papuan adventure [manuscript]. Libraries Australia
referencedIn Catts, J. H. (James Howard), 1878-1951. James and Dorothy Catts papers [manuscript]. Libraries Australia
creatorOf Hughes, W. M. (William Morris), 1862-1952. Letter [manuscript]. Libraries Australia
referencedIn Piddington, Albert Bathurst, 1862-1945. Papers [manuscript]. Libraries Australia
creatorOf Hughes, W. M. (William Morris), 1862-1952. Letter : Sydney, to W. M. Tomkinson, Hawthorn [manuscript]. Libraries Australia
creatorOf Hughes, W. M. (William Morris), 1862-1952. Papers [manuscript]. Libraries Australia
referencedIn Robertson, George, 1860-1933. Correspondence. Libraries Australia
referencedIn Vol. XIX (ff. 371). 1906, 1907.includes:f. 1 Lord Edmond George Petty-Fitzmaurice, Baron Fitzmaurice: Letter to J. Burns: 1906.f. 2 Count Alexander Benckendorff,; Russian diplomatist: Letter to Lord E. Fitzmaurice: 1906.f. 2 Lord Edmond George ..., 1906-1907 British Library
referencedIn Birks family. Papers. Libraries Australia
referencedIn Young, Norman McLaren. Photographs, correspondence, diaries, 1917-[not after 2003] [manuscript]. Libraries Australia
referencedIn Parkhill, Archdale Sir, 1879-1947. Newspaper cuttings and correspondence [manuscript]. Libraries Australia
creatorOf Hughes, W. M. (William Morris), 1862-1952. Illuminated addresses [manuscript]. Libraries Australia
referencedIn [Hughes, W. M. (collection) : photography related ephemera material collected by the National Library of Australia]. Libraries Australia
referencedIn Papers of Field-Marshal Lord Birdwood, Indian Army; C-in-C, India 1925-30, 1883-1949 British Library
referencedIn Streeton, Arthur, Sir, 1867-1943. Letters [manuscript]. Libraries Australia
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associatedWith Fitzhardinge, L. F. (Laurence Frederic), 1908-1993. person
associatedWith Foll, H. S. person
associatedWith Friends and Supporters of West Sydney. corporateBody
associatedWith Gallipoli Legion of Anzacs. corporateBody
associatedWith Gibson, Arthur J. person
correspondedWith Haynes, T. W. (Thomas Watson), 1878-1963. person
associatedWith Jones, Gordon person
correspondedWith Kingsford-Smith, Charles Sir, 1897-1935. person
correspondedWith Menzies, Robert Sir, 1894-1978 person
associatedWith Moffatt, John Henry. person
associatedWith New Guinea Mining Association. corporateBody
associatedWith Norton, Ezra person
correspondedWith Parkhill, Archdale Sir, 1879-1947. person
correspondedWith Piddington, Albert Bathurst, 1862-1945. person
correspondedWith Rentoul, Alexander C. person
associatedWith Returned Men of A.I.E.F. and B.E.F. corporateBody
associatedWith Returned Sailors, Soldiers and Nurses Association of W.A. corporateBody
associatedWith Roach, C. E. person
correspondedWith Robertson, George, 1860-1933. person
associatedWith Rockwell, Norman, 1894-1978. person
associatedWith Sons of England Patriotic and Benevolent Society. corporateBody
correspondedWith Streeton, Arthur, Sir, 1867-1943. person
associatedWith Thompson, John. person
correspondedWith Tomkinson, W. M. person
associatedWith Trueblood, Thomas C. (Thomas Clarkson), 1856-1951. person
associatedWith Tubercular Sailors and Soldiers Association of Victoria. corporateBody
associatedWith Victoria Working Men's Club. corporateBody
correspondedWith Whyte, W. Farmer (William Farmer), 1879- person
associatedWith Wingate, F. R. (Francis Reginald), Sir, 1861-1953. person
associatedWith Young, Norman McLaren. person
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Iran, Asia
Australia
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Great Britain
Afghanistan, Asia
Egypt
Yugoslavia, Europe
Australia
Yugoslavia, Europe
Tibet, Asia
Australia
Egypt, Africa
Australia
Dardanelles, Turkey
Saar Basin, Europe
Lille, France
Australia
Russia, Europe, Asia
India, Asia
Birdwood, South Australia
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World War, 1939-1945--Evacuation of civilians
Budget
Prime ministers--Correspondence
Prime ministers--Archives
Politicians--Correspondence
Civil rights in art
Politicians--Archives
World War, 1939-1945--Children
Prime Ministers--Early 20th century--Biography
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Birth 1862-09-25

Death 1952-10-28

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