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Braithwaite, Jean Pollock (c. 1927 - 2005)

Born
c. 1927
Died
23 January 2005
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Occupation
Educator

Summary

A once-only candidate, Jean Pollock Braithwaite stood as an Australia Party candidate in the 1973 Fuller elections.

Details

At the time of the election (1973), Jean Braithwaite was reported as having worked in teachers' colleges and universities for the previous eleven years. Before that she taught in schools, both in NSW and abroad, and had taught literacy skills to all age groups in evening technical colleges. Jean is known to have obtained a MA and a Dip Ed. She was married, with two daughters.

Sources used to compile this entry: Sydney Morning Herald, 8 November 1973; North Shore Times 1 November 1973 p.27.

Annette Alafaci

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