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Margaret Whitlam at her Darling Point home. Sunday Life Photo by Sahlan Hayes.
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Gough Whitlam addresses a crowd in Sydney after winning the 1972 Federal election on 2 December 1972.
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St James Church, Sydney. Memorial Service held for the wife of Former PM Gough Whitlam. past and present politicians attended....Paul Keating and Anita (former wife)  Photos: Quentin Jones.
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Gough and Margaret Whitlam read Shakespeare Act II Scene II (Romeo and Juliet balcony scene) on Thursday 23 January 2003 at the State Library  of New South Wales for a Heritage collection presented b
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The Governor-General Sir John Kerr
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The former Archbishop of Sydney,
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Ex-Governor General of Australia Sir
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An accusing Mr Whitlam yesterday
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Religion of the market no
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Rich and Rare. Politics. Picture
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Gough Whitlam Age file pic.
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Honoured: Gough Whitlam on the eve of his 90th birthday and with his wife Margaret.

Former Australian Prime Minister Gough Whitlam about to turn 90.  Whitlam 060707 SMH.News.
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Barry Jones focuses on the big picture beside Malcolm Fraser and Gough Whitlam
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Mr Whitlam, left, and Mr Brereton: Both favor release.

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pjm990212.001.003.jpg  ...news..  pic by Peter Mathew
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 Don Dunstan Memorial Service at the Festival Theatre in Adelaide .......
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The dismissal of the Whitlam Government in Canberra on November 11, 1975 was a turning point in Australia's constitutional history.
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Leader of the Opposition Gough Whitlam, John Menadue and his staff member, Kay Swinney, arrive at Parliament House in Canberra, 8 February 1967.
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Deputy leader of the Labor party Gough Whitlam after Labor party elections held in Canberra on 7 March 1960.
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Gough Whitlam voting for the 1972 federal election at Cabramatta East Primary School in his electorate of Werriwa in Sydneys south west on 2 December 1972.
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Gough and Margaret Whitlam celebrating after winning the Labor Party won the 1972 Federal election on 2 December 1972.
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Gough Whitlam talking to Lord Dunrossil at a reception held at Parliament house in Canberra on 8th March 1960.
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Sacked...Gough Whitlam on the steps of Parliament House. On his right is Paul Keating, who had been the minister for Northern Australia.

Neg No A6943  1975  Pic by Michael Rayner.
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The Prime Minister, Gough Whitlam, electioneering in Melbourne, 19 May 1974.
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Ex Prime Minister Gough Whitlam at a press conference in Darwin after Cyclone Tracy on 28 December 1974.
SMH NEWS Picture by VIC SUMNER.
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A demonstrator at a Labor Party rally in Hyde Park after Gough Whitlam was sacked on 13 November 1975.
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A demonstrator at a Labor Party rally in Hyde Park after the sacking of Prime Minister Gough Whitlam on 13 November 1975.
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Ex Prime Minister Gough Whitlam speaking to Labor Party supporters at Liverpool Town Hall after his dismissal on 13 November 1975.
SMH NEWS Picture by PETERSON.
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Ex Prime Minister Gough Whitlam speaking at a naturalisation ceremony at Liverpool Town Hall after his dismissal on 13 November 1975.
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Ex Prime Minister Gough Whitlam at a naturalisation ceremony at Liverpool Town Hall after his dismissal on 13 November 1975.
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Ex Prime Minister Gough Whitlam at Liverpool Town Hall speaking to Labor Party supporters after his dismissal on 13 November 1975.
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Prime Minister Gough Whitlam reads a statement to the nation from Kirribilli House in Sydney on 9 November 1975.
SMH NEWS Picture by ANTON CERMAK.
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Prime Minister Gough Whitlam reads a statement to the nation from Kirribilli House in Sydney on 9 November 1975.
SMH NEWS Picture by ANTON CERMAK.
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Prime Minister Gough Whitlam recording a statement to the nation at Kirribilli House in Sydney on 9 November 1975.
SMH NEWS Picture by ANTON CERMAK.
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A demonstration after Gough Whitlam's dismissal from the role of Prime Minister in November 1975.
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Gough Whitlam with Bob Hawke and other Labor politicians after Whitlam's dismissal in November 1975.
SMH NEWS Picture by STAFF.
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Prime Minister E.G.
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Prime Minister Gough Whitlam with Labor Party politicians Bob Hawke, Jim McClelland and Bill Hayden in the grounds of Yarralumla in Canberra on 12 November 1975.
SMH NEWS Picture by GEORGE LIPMAN.
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The Annandale Communists march in a demonstration through Sydney against the dismissal of Gough Whitlam on 11 November 1975.
SMH NEWS Picture by K.BERRY.
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Marchers demonstrating through Sydney streets after Gough Whitlam's dismissal on 11 November 1975.
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Gough Whitlam with Bob Hawke at a rally held outside Parliament House in Canberra on 12 November 1975.
SMH NEWS Picture by GEORGE LIPMAN.
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AGE FILE PIC  15-12-1975  Neg No F31284  Whitlam Former Prime Minister of Australia and Leader of the Labor Party waving from behind microphones
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Prime Minister Gough Whitlam reading his statement to the  nation from Kirribilli Hoouse in Sydney on 9 November 1975.
SMH NEWS Picture by ANTON CERMAK.
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Gough Whitlam at a rally outside Parliament House in Canberra on 12 November 1975.
SMH NEWS Picture by GEORGE LIPMAN.
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Gough Whitlam with Bob Hawke at a rally outside Parliament House in Canberra on 12 November 1975. 
SMH NEWS Picture by GEORGE LIPMAN.
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Labor supporters gather at Festival Hall to hear the speech of  former Prime Minister Gough Whitlam.
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Whitlam acknowledges cheers during his Festival Hall Speech. 
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Original filed 25 Nov 1975.
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SMH ONLINE 091119. Gough Whitlam. Portrait 1975.
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Time of change: the Labor government led by Gough Whitlam was elected in 1972 and moved quickly to remove race as a factor in immigration
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Margaret Whitlam at a press conference in the Carousel Restaurant in Canberra on 5 December 1972.
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Prime Minister Gough Whitlam meets Governor General Sir Paul Hasluck after winning the 1972 Federal election  at Government House in Canberra on 5 December 1972.
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