McIntosh, Gordon Douglas (1925-2019)

Senator for Western Australia, 1974-87 (Australian Labor Party)

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Abstract

Gordon Douglas McIntosh was born in Glasgow, Scotland on 29 May 1925, the son of Gordon McIntosh, ship's stoker and swimming pool attendant, and his wife Dorothy Robson, née Douglas. Attending Drumoyne Primary School and Govan High School, he was apprenticed in 1940 as a fitter and turner, starting work in the Glasgow shipyards before serving as a mechanic with the Royal Air Force from 1946 to 1948. McIntosh worked in Glasgow for a lamp-making firm (1948–49) and then with a foundry, as a fitter and turner and maintenance engineer.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationThe Biographical Dictionary of the Australian Senate
Subtitle of host publication1983-2002
EditorsGeoffrey Browne, Kay Walsh, Joel Bateman, Hari Gupta
Place of PublicationCanberra, Australia
PublisherDepartment of the Senate
Pages496-499
Number of pages4
Volume4
ISBN (Print)9781760105020
Publication statusPublished - Jan 2017
Externally publishedYes

Publication series

NameBiographical Dictionary of the Australian Senate
PublisherMelbourne University Press
Volume4

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Labour Party
Western Australia
Glasgow
Douglas Gordon
J.M.W. Turner
Scotland
Lamp
Ship
Wives
High School
Shipyard
Primary School
Engineers

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HAWKINS, J. (2017). McIntosh, Gordon Douglas (1925-2019): Senator for Western Australia, 1974-87 (Australian Labor Party). In G. Browne, K. Walsh, J. Bateman, & H. Gupta (Eds.), The Biographical Dictionary of the Australian Senate: 1983-2002 (Vol. 4, pp. 496-499). (Biographical Dictionary of the Australian Senate; Vol. 4). Canberra, Australia: Department of the Senate.
HAWKINS, John. / McIntosh, Gordon Douglas (1925-2019) : Senator for Western Australia, 1974-87 (Australian Labor Party). The Biographical Dictionary of the Australian Senate: 1983-2002. editor / Geoffrey Browne ; Kay Walsh ; Joel Bateman ; Hari Gupta. Vol. 4 Canberra, Australia : Department of the Senate, 2017. pp. 496-499 (Biographical Dictionary of the Australian Senate).
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HAWKINS, J 2017, McIntosh, Gordon Douglas (1925-2019): Senator for Western Australia, 1974-87 (Australian Labor Party). in G Browne, K Walsh, J Bateman & H Gupta (eds), The Biographical Dictionary of the Australian Senate: 1983-2002. vol. 4, Biographical Dictionary of the Australian Senate, vol. 4, Department of the Senate, Canberra, Australia, pp. 496-499.

McIntosh, Gordon Douglas (1925-2019) : Senator for Western Australia, 1974-87 (Australian Labor Party). / HAWKINS, John.

The Biographical Dictionary of the Australian Senate: 1983-2002. ed. / Geoffrey Browne; Kay Walsh; Joel Bateman; Hari Gupta. Vol. 4 Canberra, Australia : Department of the Senate, 2017. p. 496-499 (Biographical Dictionary of the Australian Senate; Vol. 4).

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HAWKINS J. McIntosh, Gordon Douglas (1925-2019): Senator for Western Australia, 1974-87 (Australian Labor Party). In Browne G, Walsh K, Bateman J, Gupta H, editors, The Biographical Dictionary of the Australian Senate: 1983-2002. Vol. 4. Canberra, Australia: Department of the Senate. 2017. p. 496-499. (Biographical Dictionary of the Australian Senate).