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Alexander Ewan Armstrong (1916 - 1985)

 

Biographical Note

Alexander Ewan Armstrong (1916-1985), pastoralist and parliamentarian, was born at Sydney, son of Dr. George Armstrong and his wife Florence Edith, nee Ewan. He was educated at Scots College, Sydney, and then worked on family properties at Albury and later at 'Winderadeen', Collector, NSW. He returned to Sydney in 1954. Alexander Armstrong was elected a member of the NSW Legislative Council in 1953 and held his seat until his expulsion from the parliament in 1969. [ref: Biographical register of the NSW parliament 1901-1970/Radi et al]

 

Papers

Title

 Armstrong family - further papers, 1888-1985
 

Creator

Armstrong, Alexander Ewan, 1916 - 1985
 

Call No.

MLMSS 7518

Title

 Armstrong family - papers, 1837-1968
 

Creator

Armstrong, Alexander Ewan, 1916 - 1985
 

Call No.

MLMSS 2017

Political Service

Party

Liberal Party of Australia
 

Party

Country Party
 

House

Member of Legislative Council 1952-1969
 
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