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Geoff Gallop Collection

Curtin University
Curtin University of Technology Library (Managed by)
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Most items in the collection are unrestricted. Selected items are available via The Geoff Gallop Collection online archive.

Contact Information

John Curtin Prime Ministerial Library, Building 200A, Level 1, Curtin University, Kent Street, Bentley WA 6102

Brief description

Dr Geoff Gallop lodged his personal papers with Curtin University Library in 2006, following his resignation as Premier of Western Australia. The Geoff Gallop Collection, comprising some 18 linear metres of material, focuses on Dr Gallop's years in the WA Parliament and includes electoral office papers, speeches and speech notes, memorabilia, correspondence, electorate scrapbooks, political cartoons, government achievement reports, direct mail, and papers on a wide variety of themes including WA electoral reform, the Australian republic, the Australian Labor Party and WA history, and the Burke, Dowding and Lawrence Governments.

Data time period: 1890

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