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Images of the Senatorial hustings taking place at St Saviour's Parish Hall with images of candidates giving speeches including Senator John de Carteret, Senator Bill Morvan, Senator Jane Sandeman, Senator John Averty, Senator Reg Jeune, Senator Cyril Le Marquand, Deputy Clarrie Dupré, with audience members asking questions including Deputy Terry Le Main [image P] and Deputy John Rothwell [image V] and presided over by St Saviour Constable Leonard James Norman.

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Reference L/A/75/A3/3/8659A
Date 24 October 1978
Names de Carteret, John, Senator
Morvan, Bill, Senator
Sandeman, Jane, Senator
Averty, John, Senator
Jeune, Reg, Senator
Le Marquand, Cyril, Senator
Dupré, Clarrie, Deputy
Le Main, Terry, Deputy
Rothwell, John, Deputy
Norman, Leonard James, Constable of St Saviour
Keywords senators | Politicians | hustings | Parishes | parish halls | Elections | Elections for senators
Category L/A-Businesses
Places St Saviour's Parish Hall
Dimensions 35 35mm negative
Language English
Level of description File
Access restrictions Closed for preservation. Please view digital image.
Closed until 2100
JEP Photographic Job Number 1978/8659A

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Images of the Senatorial hustings taking place at St Saviour's Parish Hall with images of candidates giving speeches including Senator John de Carteret, Senator Bill Morvan, Senator Jane Sandeman, Senator John Averty, Senator Reg Jeune, Senator Cyril Le Marquand, Deputy Clarrie Dupré, with audience members asking questions including Deputy Terry Le Main (image P) and Deputy John Rothwell (image V) and presided over by St Saviour Constable Leonard James Norman.
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