Papers of Alfred Deakin, 1804-1973 (bulk 1880-1919) [microform]. 1804-1973.

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Deakin, Alfred, 1856-1919. Papers of Alfred Deakin, 1804-1973 (bulk 1880-1919) [microform].

Papers of Alfred Deakin, 1804-1973 (bulk 1880-1919) [microform]. 1804-1973.

Papers include correspondence, diaries, notebooks, legal briefs, press cuttings, pamphlets, books, official documents and publications, menus, programmes, literary manuscripts, bills, receipts, photographs and tourist publications. Deakin corresponded with international, national, state and local politicians, Sir Edmund Barton among them. The collection documents the moves towrds Federation and the early Commonwealth ministries. Correspondents also include Lord Tennyson, Lord Northcote, R.E. O'Connor, Richard Jebb, L.S. Amery, R.M. Collins, Sir Walter James, Sir William Lyne, Arthur Jose, David Syme, B.R. Wise, Sir Samuel Griffith, Sir Josiah Symon, Sir John Quick and Hubert Murray. Family papers include letters from his parents, sister (Catherine), wife, daughters and son-in-law Herbert Brookes.

49 microfilm reels ; 35 mm.

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Brookes, Herbert, 1867-1963

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Herbert Brookes' business interests included Austral Otis Engineering Co., Australian Papers Mills, National Mutual Life Association and pastoral properties in Central Queensland and Western Australia. From 1913 until 1917 he was President of the Victorian Chamber of Manufactures, and in 1917 was President of the Associated Chambers of Manufactures. Both Herbert and Ivy Brookes were associated with the formation of the Commonwealth Liberal Party in 1909 and the People's Liberal Part...

Barton, Edmund, 1849-1920

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Sir Edmund Barton (1849-1920) was the first Prime Minister of the Commonwealth of Australia, having previously been a leading advocate of Federation and one of the draftsmen of the Australian Constitution. He served as Prime Minister from 1 January 1901 until 23 September 1903, and then resigned to become the senior puisne judge of the newly-established High Court of Australia. From the description of Papers of Sir Edmund Barton [manuscript]. 1827-1940. (Libraries Australia). WorldCa...

Deakin, Alfred, 1856-1919

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Both Pearson and Deakin were members of various ministries in the late 19th century. e.g. the Gillies Ministry of 1886-1890. From the description of Letters. 1878-1900. (Libraries Australia). WorldCat record id: 225644637 Deakin was a regular contributor to the "Morning Post" after 1900. From the description of Newspaper clippings and essay. 1903-1911. (Libraries Australia). WorldCat record id: 225842684 Alfred Deakin was a member of the House of Represe...

Deakin, Catherine, 1850-1937

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Catherine (Kate) Deakin (1850-1937) was Alfred Deakin's sister and close companion. She was tutor to his two eldest children and taught music at various times during her life. From the description of Papers [manuscript]. 1844-1958. (Libraries Australia). WorldCat record id: 225826809 ...