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Amalgamated Metal Workers and Shipwrights Union, Queensland Branch

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Amalgamated Metal Workers Union Queensland Branch (1972-1976). Became Amalgamated Metal Workers' and Shipwrights' Union (1976-1983).
Notes: The Sheetmetal Working, Agricultural Implement and Stovemaking Industrial Union of Australia, the Boilermakers and Blacksmiths' Society of Australia and the Amalgamated Engineering Union amalgamated in 1972 to produce this union.

Amnesty International, Queensland Section

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Amnesty International Queensland Section (1972? -).
Objectives - To work for the release of people imprisoned anywhere for their beliefs, colour, ethnic origin or religion, provided they have neither used nor advocated violence; to oppose torture and capital punishment and advocate fair and speedy trials for all political prisoners; to seek observance of the United Nations Declaration of Human Rights and of the United Nations Standard Minimum Rules for the Treatment of Prisoners.
Notes: No A.I. minutes exist before 1972 The organization may have been active at an earlier date. A.I. has consultative status with United Nations bodies and the Council of Europe.

Anarchy Group

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Anarchy Group Objectives - To publicize anarchist ideas.

Anglo-Saxon-Keltic Society

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Anglo-Saxon-Keltic Society (1980-).
Objectives: The Anglo-Saxon Society was formed in Hobart in June 1980 by Mr R. A. Watson and Mr T. D. Hume. The society aimed at highlighting the attributes, achievements and hieritage of those who claim Anglo Saxon descent. In December 1980, the name was changed to the Anglo-Saxon-Keltic Society.

Ann Street Presbyterian Church Hall

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  • 1936-2010?

The hall was located next to one of the oldest churches in Brisbane, the Ann Street Presbyterian Church, which was originally built in 1858 and reconstructed in 1872 following a fire. The hall was built in 1936 on the site of the former manse. It was designed by architect DFW Roberts in a style intended to blend with the 1872 church. The hall was demolished circa 2010 for construction of the 145 Ann Street commercial tower.

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