Kath Williams: The Unions and the Fight for Equal Pay

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Acknowledgements

I wish to give a special thanks to the late Kath Williams’ son and granddaughter, Ray and Lynda Clarey, for their cooperation and use of interview tapes and transcripts.

Special thanks are also due to the following people for their help in giving interviews, supplying documents and answering miscellaneous questions: Pauline Armstrong, the late John Arrowsmith, the late Fred Benbow, the late Iris Benbow, the late Harry Bocquet, Marge Broadbent, Peg Cregan, the late Ruth Crow, Joan Crump, Kath Dimitrin, the late Agnes and Wattie Doig, Jenny Doran, George Edson, Bradon Ellem, Jane Farrell, Joe Godard, Kath Golding, Jack Hutson, Grace Jane, Emma Jolley, Geysler Kaplan, Marilyn Lake, Vic and Vida Little, Frances Eodelyn Loeber, Mrs E MacSween, Marion Miller, the late George Mitchell, Maggie O’Sullivan, Vera Perry, the late Eric Pipgrass, Bill Richardson, Flo Russell, Linda Rubenstein, Lyndall Ryan, Jocelynne Scutt, Sylvie Shaw, John Shields, Hilda Smith, Naomi Steer, Anne Summers, Bernie Taft, Lois Williams.

I also wish to express my appreciation of the assistance given by staff and/or officers of the Alexander Library, West Australia; Australian National Archives: Australian Security Intelligence Organisation; Australian Council of Trade Unions; Sarah Brown, Archivist, Victorian Trades Hall Council; Camden Haven Adult and Community Education; Federated Liquor and Allied Industries Employees Union, Victorian Branch; Geelong Historical Records Centre; Katherine Herrick, Education History Unit, Department of Education, Victoria; Jessie Street National Women’s Library; Labor Council of New South Wales; Laurieton Branch of Hastings Library, New South Wales; Mitchell Library,

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