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Ainsworth family - papers, 1913-1952

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Record title

Ainsworth family - papers, 1913-1952

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MLMSS 5872/Box 1X

Record identifier

Yr86oKNn

Ainsworth family - papers, 1913-1952

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Ainsworth family - papers, 1913-1952

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Ainsworth family - papers, 1913-1952

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Date

1913-1952

Call Numbers

MLMSS 5872/Box 1X

Record Identifier

Yr86oKNn
Physical Description

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0.16 metres of textual material (1 outsize box) includes photographs

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SCOPE AND CONTENTS

Contents

Correspondence. Letters received by William Ainsworth and his sister Mrs. A. Stokes, 1925-1952. Correspondents include J. B. Chifley and Sir William McKell. Also included is a letter dated 8 August 1913 from T.W. Edgeworth David to Mr Hollis.
Invitation to opening of the Sydney Harbour Bridge, 1932
Ainsworth's commission as a Member of the L...

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Ainsworth family - papers, 1913-1952

NOTES

General note

This collection was listed in 2004 as part of the Sesquicentenary of Responsible Government in NSW 1856-2006 Project.

CONTEXTUAL INFORMATION

Source

Presented by Dr. John W. Muller in 1994

Administrative / Biographical history

William Ainsworth (1875-1945), railway worker and parliamentarian, was born at Lambton, son of John and Sarah Ainsworth. He became secretary of the Australian Federated Union of Locomotive Enginemen from 1911 to 1935. Ainsworth was elected a Labor member of the NSW Legislative Council, 1925-1934, and worked closely with J. B. Chifley.

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MLMSS 5872/Box 1X

Record Identifier

Yr86oKNn

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69846

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