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Portrait of Andrew Inglis Clark [picture] / Vandyck
Bib ID 1852429
Format PicturePicture, OnlineOnline
Author
Vandyck (Photographers : Hobart, Tas.)
 
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Description [1909?] 
1 photograph : gelatin silver ; 77 x 62 cm. 
Biography/History

Andrew Inglis Clark was a barrister, politician and judge in his home state of Tasmania. In 1896 as Attorney-General under Edward Braddon he succeeded in amending the Electrol Act by extending the franchise and introducing in Hobart and Launceston proportional representation under what became known as the Hare-Clark system in his honour.

Notes

Title from accession record.

Inscriptions: Vandyck, Eliz St. Hobart., 1909. --bottom right corner.

Also available online http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-136410563

Subjects Clark, A. Inglis. (Andrew Inglis), 1848-1907 -- Portraits.  |  Politicians -- Tasmania -- Portraits.  |  Lawyers -- Tasmania -- Portraits.
Occupation Lawyers.  |  State and Territory politicians.

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PIC P2074 LOC Portraits drawer C Special Collections Reading Room

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