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Taxation Return Form - AG Maclaurin, 30 Jun 1934 Reg. No: HT 8332
- Form B. Personal Return for Federal and State Income Tax for Victoria, completed by AG Maclaurin. It was for return of income of the 12 months ending 30 June 1934.
Archibald Gordon Maclaurin was born in 1904 in Westham London. He trained as a printer and sought work in Australia as there were few opportunities in England; he migrated on the 'Jervis Bay' in 1928. Before migrating he commenced negotiations with the general manager of the Commonwealth Bank Note Printing Branch Fitzroy, who assisted Maclaurin in securing employment at McLaren & Co Pty Ltd Colour Printers in Fitzroy. He then moved to Spicers & Depmont Printers and Stationers before an opening came up for a machinist at the Note Printing Branch, where he worked for 32 years.
He married Constance Duffell in 1934, who had migrated from England on the 'Narkunda' with her parents and brother in 1927. Her father and brother worked for the Note Printing Branch which facilitated their meeting. They had two children, Roger and Jocelyn and lived all their lives in Essendon.
- Double folded, blue coloured, 4 page foolscap size form, completed by Archibald Maclaurin for year ending 1933.
- Acquisition Information:
- Donation from Mrs Jocelyn Maclaurin, 2004
|Dimensions:||24.00 cm (Width), 39.60 cm (Length)|
|Tagged with:||immigration, employment, printing industry, british immigration, taxation, taxes, note printing|
|Themes this item is part of:||Domestic & Community Life Collection, Migration Collection, Transport Collection, Working Life & Trades Collection, Archibald Gordon Maclaurin, English Migrant, 1928|
|Secondary Classification:||Settlement - Employment|
|Tertiary Classification:||financial records|
|Inscriptions:||Printed: Form B / PERSONAL RETURN|
|Other Association (See Comments):||Archibald Maclaurin, Essendon, Victoria, Australia, 1934
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|Issued By:||State Government of Victoria, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 1934|
|Issued By:||Commonwealth of Australia, Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, Australia, 1934|