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Papers of Clem Lloyd, 1959-1973 [manuscript]
Bib ID 1564044
Format ManuscriptManuscript
Author
Lloyd, C. J. (Clement John), 1939-2001
 
Access Conditions Permission required for research. Not for loan. 
Description [1959-1973] 
61.65 m. (10 boxes) + 26 cartons + 52 outsized cartons + 1 fol. item. 
Summary

The papers in MS 8013 relate to the Federal Secretariat of the Australian Labor Party, in particular Cyril Wyndham, its Federal Secretary during the 1960s, and Lloyd's work as Press Secretary for Lance Barnard, 1987-1973. The collection includes speeches, correspondence, minutes of ALP Federal Executive meetings, election material, newscuttings, Federal Executive reports, speaker's notes, circulars, caucus resolutions, papers on defence, policy statements and papers regarding Lance Barnard's overseas trips.

The Acc04/5 instalment comprises subject files including on housing and urban and regional development, Cabinet and Parliamentary papers, conference papers, correspondence, speeches, press releases, press cuttings and other papers.

The Acc05/214 instalment includes correspondence and subject files on repatriation, water, electoral and political matters, including the Hawke government's electoral reform, housing and infrastructure.

Biography/History

During the 1960s Clem Lloyd was a member of the Federal Parliamentary Press Gallery. From 1967-1973 he was Press Secretary for Lance Barnard, the Deputy Leader of the Opposition. In 1974 he became Press Secretary for Tom Uren. Lloyd wrote a number of books and achieved a doctoral degree in Political Science.

Notes

Manuscript reference no.: MS 8013, MS Acc04/5, MS Acc05/214.

Related Material Jack Ewens and Clem Lloyd interviewed by James Walter in James Walter collection; Located at; National Library of Australia Oral History collection ORAL TRC 3870/4. 
Cited In

Guide to collections of manuscripts relating to Australia ; E371.

Subjects Lloyd, C. J. (Clement John), 1939-2001 -- Archives.  |  Barnard, Lance Herbert, 1919-1997.  |  Wyndham, Cyril S.  |  Australian Labor Party. Federal Executive -- Records and correspondence.  |  Journalists -- Australia -- Archives.
Time Coverage 1959-1973 
Occupation Journalists.  |  Oral history interviewers.
Other authors/contributors Australian Labor Party. Federal Executive

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