Papers of Sir Joseph Cook, 1880-1986 [manuscript]. 1880-1986.

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Cook, Joseph Sir, 1860-1947. Papers of Sir Joseph Cook, 1880-1986 [manuscript].

Papers of Sir Joseph Cook, 1880-1986 [manuscript]. 1880-1986.

This collection is a mixture of material created by Joseph Cook, and material gathered by Mrs Mary Wood, his granddaughter. It consists of a small number of notebooks, a commission as NSW Secretary for Mines and Agriculture, an illuminated address, the text of the Treaty of Versailles, a passport, photographs, newspaper cuttings, and miscellaneous printed and photocopied material relating to Cook.

56 cm. (4 boxes).

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Elected to N.S.W. Parliament as Labour member for Hartley in 1891. Left the Labour Party in 1894 but retained his seat until 1901. Minister for Mines 1898-1899. Represented Parramatta in the Federal Parliament, 1901-1921. Minister for Defence, 1909-1910, Prime Minister, Minister for Home Affairs 1913-1914, Minister for the Navy 1917-1920, Treasurer 1920-1921. From the description of Papers of Sir Joseph Cook, 1880-1986 [manuscript]. 1880-1986. (Libraries Australia). WorldCat record i...

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