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Papers of Sir Gordon Jackson, 1943-1990, (bulk 1970-1990) [manuscript]
Bib ID 1179574
Format ManuscriptManuscript
Author
Jackson, R. G. (R. Gordon), 1924-199
 
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Access Conditions Available for research. Not for loan. 
Description [1943-1990] 
3.78 m. (27 boxes) + 1 fol. item. 
Summary

The collection has been organised into the following series: 1. Personal correspondence, 1943-64. 2. Family correspondence, 1916-19. 3. General correspondence, 1971-90. 4. Speeches, 1965-90. 5. Photographs and miscellaneous personal documents, 1913-90. 6. CSR, 1966-85. 7. United Technologies Corporation, 1984-87. 8. Rothman Holdings Limited, 1988. 9. Australian Industry Development Corporation, 1983-90. 10. The Foundation for Development Corporation, 1986-90. 11. Jackson Committee, 1974-75. 12. Australian Mission to People's Republic of China, 1973. 13. Committee to Review Australia's Overseas Aid Program, 1983-88. 14. Australia-Japan Relations, 1978-89. 15. Sydney Hospital Foundation For Research, 1988-89: annual reports. 16. Australian National University, 1986-90. 17. Order of Australia Association, 1980-90. 18. Awards and Honours, 1984-90. 19. Salvation Army, 1984-90. 20. Cuttings and Miscellaneous Files, 1978-90.

Biography/History

Company Director. Sir Gordon served as a director, member of the board of management and chairman of various companies, including CSR, Rothman, Australian Industry Development Corporation, United Technologies Corporation and Salvation Army. See Who's who in Australia 1991, pp. 631-2.

Notes

Manuscript reference no. : MS 8353.

Cited In

Guide to collections of manuscripts relating to Australia ; E742

Index/Finding Aid Note Finding aid available online. 
Subjects Jackson, R. G. (R. Gordon), 1924-1991 -- Archives.  |  CSR Limited.  |  United Technologies Corporation. Pacific Advisory Council.  |  Australian Industry Development Corporation.  |  Salvation Army.  |  Directors of corporations -- Australia -- Archives.  |  Businessmen -- Australia -- Archives.
Time Coverage 1943-1990 
Occupation Business professionals.  |  Company directors.

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