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Sir Robert Randolph Garran (10 February 1867 – 11 January 1957) was an Australian lawyer who became "Australia's first public servant" – the first federal government employee after the federation of the Australian colonies. He served as the departmental secretary of the Attorney-General's Department from 1901 to 1932, and after 1916 also held the position of Solicitor-General of Australia.

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by Garran, Robert, Sir, 1867-1957
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by Garran, Robert, Sir, 1867-1957
Canberra : National Library of Australia, [19--]
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by Garran, Robert, Sir, 1867-1957
[Sydney] : Australian Broadcasting Commission, 1951
by Garran, Robert, Sir, 1867-1957
[Australia] : Alexander Hamilton Institute, c1933
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