Reference to the index of Andrew Inglis Clark

Clark, Andrew Inglis 1907 , Reference to the index of Andrew Inglis Clark , University of Tasmania Library Special and Rare Materials Collection, Australia.

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Papers of Judge Andrew Inglis Clark (1848-1907), known for the "Hare Clark
electoral system" and his work on the Australian constitution for federation, and
his son Justice Andrew Inglis Clark (1882-'1953).
Andrew Inglis Clark sr. was the son of Ann (Inglis) and Alexander Russell Clark,
(1809-1894), an engineer, who settled in Tasmania in 1833 and undertook
contracts such as the Port Arthur water and tread corn mill, works at the coal
mines and Launceston water works. A.I. Clark served as an engineering apprentice
with his father, but turned to Law later. With the papers is a letter book of the
father, A. R. Clark, 1842 - 1846 relating to some of his contracts.
Papers of A.I. Clark sr. include letters received from friends and colleagues,
including american lawyers, a few papers relating to his legal practice, letters of
appointment to political offices, papers relating to Australian federation and the
Australian constitution and drafts of essays, speeches or articles on law, politics,
philosophy and religion. Private deposit C4

Item Type: Other
Authors/Creators:Clark, Andrew Inglis
Keywords: Tasmania, social history, Australia, Van Diemen's Land, Andrew Inglis Clark, Hobart, Federation, Australian Federation, Cabinet, Supreme Court Judge, income tax
Publisher: University of Tasmania Library Special and Rare Materials Collection
Collections: Andrew Inglis Clark Collection
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