Steele Hall

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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 90)
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

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.

References[change | change source]

  • 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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