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Gordon Anderson (politician)

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Preceded by  New seat
Role  Australian Politician
Resigned  November 4, 1955
Name  Gordon Anderson
Succeeded by  Dan Curtin
Party  Australian Labor Party
Nationality  Australian
Died  May 23, 1958

Gordon Anderson (politician)
Born  29 December 1897 Barkly, Victoria (1897-12-29)
Occupation  Railway worker, unionist

Political party  Australian Labor Party

Gordon Anderson (29 December 1897 – 23 May 1958) was an Australian politician. Born in Barkly, Victoria, he was educated at state schools in Sydney before becoming an employee of New South Wales Railways. He was an official in the Railways Salaried Officers' Union and in the New South Wales Labor Party, and was elected to Waverley City Council. In 1949 he was elected to the Australian House of Representatives for the Labor Party, representing the new seat of Kingsford-Smith. He held the seat until his retirement in 1955; he died in 1958.


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