Deposit S13 - Victorian Viewpoint then Viewpoint, Journal of the Victorian branch

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S13

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Victorian Viewpoint then Viewpoint, Journal of the Victorian branch

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  • 1957 - 1989 (Creation)

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(1913 - 1989)

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The association was first registered in Victoria in 1913 under the name the Australian Commonwealth Public Service Clerical Association. The name was changed in 1919 to the Commonwealth Public Service Clerical Association and in 1956 to the Administrative & Clerical Officers' Association, Commonwealth Public Service. After a further change of name in 1982, this time to the Administrative & Clerical Officers' Association, Australian Government Employment, the union merged with the Australian Broadcasting Corporation Staff Union and the Australian Public Service Association so that, in 1989, it eventually became known as the Australian Public Sector & Broadcasting Union, Australian Government Employment.

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Missing years 1972 and 1974. First issue Sept 1957. Name changed from Victorian Viewpoint to Viewpoint in 1978. Issues from 1980 to 1989 with some gaps.

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