Steele Hall

Australian politician

Raymond Steele Hall (born 30 November 1928) is an Australian politician. He was the 36th Premier of South Australia from 1968 to 1970. He also was a senator for South Australia from 1974 to 1977, and federal member for the Division of Boothby from 1981 to 1996.

Steele Hall
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36th Premier of South Australia
Elections: 1968, 1970
In office
17 April 1968 – 2 June 1970
Preceded byDon Dunstan
Succeeded byDon Dunstan
Member of the Australian Parliament
for Boothby
In office
21 February 1981 – 29 January 1996
Preceded byJohn McLeay
Succeeded byAndrew Southcott
Senator for South Australia
In office
18 May 1974 – 16 November 1977
Preceded byNancy Buttfield
Succeeded byJanine Haines
Treasurer of South Australia
In office
2 March 1970 – 2 June 1970
PremierSteele Hall
Preceded byGlen Pearson
Succeeded byDon Dunstan
27th Leader of the Opposition (SA)
In office
2 June 1970 – 15 March 1972
Preceded byDon Dunstan
Succeeded byBruce Eastick
In office
13 July 1966 – 17 April 1968
Preceded bySir Thomas Playford IV
Succeeded byDon Dunstan
Member of the South Australian Parliament
for Goyder
In office
10 March 1973 – 8 June 1974
Preceded byJames Ferguson
Succeeded byDavid Boundy
Member of the South Australian Parliament
for Gouger
In office
7 March 1959 – 10 March 1973
Preceded byRufus Goldney
Succeeded byKeith Russack
Personal details
Born (1928-11-30) 30 November 1928 (age 91)
Owen, South Australia, Australia
Political partyLiberal and Country League (1959–73)
Liberal Movement (1973–76)
Liberal Party of Australia (1976–96)
Spouse(s)Joan Hall

ReferencesEdit

  • Felicia: The Political Memoirs of Don Dunstan, D. Dunstan (1981), MacMillan, South Melbourne. ISBN 0-333-33815-4
  • The Flinders history of South Australia. Political history, ed. D. Jaensch, 1986, Wakefield Press, Netley, South Australia. ISBN 1-86254-003-9
  • Playford's South Australia : essays on the history of South Australia, 1933–1968, ed. B. O'Neil, J. Raftery & K. Round. 1996, Association of Professional Historians, Adelaide. ISBN 0-646-29092-4

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