Portrait of Ben Chifley, circa 1930sPrime Minister John Curtin and his ministry, Government House, Canberra, Australia, 1941Members of the Commonwealth War Cabinet meeting in the War Cabinet Room, 1st Floor A Block New Wing, Victoria Barracks, Melbourne, Australia, 10 Nov 1943; L to R: Curtin, Sheddon, Chifley, Makin, Drakeford, and DedmanBen Chifley, Herbert Evatt, and Clement Attlee at the Dominion and British Leaders Conference, London, England, United Kingdom, 1946
Portrait of Ben Chifley, circa 1930sPrime Minister John Curtin and his ministry, Government House, Canberra, Australia, 1941Members of the Commonwealth War Cabinet meeting in the War Cabinet Room, 1st Floor A Block New Wing, Victoria Barracks, Melbourne, Australia, 10 Nov 1943; L to R: Curtin, Sheddon, Chifley, Makin, Drakeford, and DedmanBen Chifley, Herbert Evatt, and Clement Attlee at the Dominion and British Leaders Conference, London, England, United Kingdom, 1946
Charles Norrie, Ben Chifley, and Thomas Playford IV, 1946Ben Chifley, date unknownPrime Minister Ben Chifley at the launching of the first mass-produced Australian car at the General Motors-Holden factory, FishermanPrime Minister Ben Chifley outside the Provisional Parliament House in Canberra, Australia, 1948
Charles Norrie, Ben Chifley, and Thomas Playford IV, 1946Ben Chifley, date unknownPrime Minister Ben Chifley at the launching of the first mass-produced Australian car at the General Motors-Holden factory, Fisherman's Bend, Melbourne, Australia, 1948Prime Minister Ben Chifley outside the Provisional Parliament House in Canberra, Australia, 1948
Prime Minister Ben Chifley, Governor-General William McKell, and Minister for Works and Housing Nelson Lemmon at the official launch of the Snowy Mountains Hydro project at Adaminaby, Australia, 17 Oct 1949Former Prime Minister Ben Chifley
Prime Minister Ben Chifley, Governor-General William McKell, and Minister for Works and Housing Nelson Lemmon at the official launch of the Snowy Mountains Hydro project at Adaminaby, Australia, 17 Oct 1949Former Prime Minister Ben Chifley's casket laying in state under military guard, Kings Hall, Provisional Parliament House, Canberra, Australia, 15 Jun 1951
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