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Greenman, Sabina (c. 1895 - 1960)

Born
c. 1895
Died
1 January 1960
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Occupation
Alderman and Campaign manager

Summary

Sabina Greenman was a successful alderman for the Leichhardt Municipal Council from 1956-59. She ran once for election to parliament in the unwinnable seat of Balmain in the 1959 New South Wales Legislative Assembly. She was an early member of the Liberal Party. Sabina was also campaign director for Elton Lewis in 1954 for the Federal seat of Martin and in 1958 for the seat of Dalley. Sabina Greenman was married to Charles Greenman, with whom she had a daughter, Kathleen. She was a great grandmother at the time of her campaign in 1959, when Elton Lewis was her campaign director.

Sources used to compile this entry: Sun Herald, 22 February 1959 Sydney Morning Herald 2 January 1960 SMITH, A. Viola, Women in Australian Parliaments and Local Governments Past and Present. 1975.

Annette Alafaci

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