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Albert Rowe

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Preceded by  Eric Bowden
Name  Albert Rowe
Succeeded by  Frederick Stewart
Occupation  politician and writer
Party  Australian Labor Party

Died  August 16, 1955
Nationality  Australian
Role  Australian Politician
Resigned  December 19, 1931
Albert Rowe

Political party  Australian Labor Party

Albert Edward Rowe (1872 – 16 August 1955) was an Australian politician. He won the seat of Parramatta for the Australian Labor Party in 1929, but was defeated by Frederick Stewart in 1931.

Prior to entering politics, Rowe worked in a printing-room, as a compositor, and at the time of his election as one of the readers on the staff of The Sun. He was also a member of the board of the Printing Industry Union and the secretary of the Sylvania Progress Association. His election in 1929 was unexpected: the local newspaper wrote at the time that Parramatta had "always been looked upon as a National stronghold".


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