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Macdonell House

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CollectionsAustralian Workers' Union
Title: Macdonell House
Author(s): Photographer: not known
Date published: 23-Dec-2014
Series/Report no.: Australian Workers' Union - Head Office - Photographs
Construction of the eight-storey building in 1910 was financed by the Australian Workers' Union, largely from funds raised by launching Labor Papers Limited. From the premises the AWU published a chain of daily newspapers called The World. Macdonell House was named after shearer, trade unionist and politician Donald Macdonell (1862-1911). Occupying Macdonell House as its headquarters, the AWU also let out space to other unions.
Other Identifiers: N117-1429


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