John McCallum

[Australian politician] John Archibald McCallum (31 July 1892 – 30 December 1973) was an Australian politician. Born in Mittagong, New South Wales, he was educated at Sydney High School, Sydney Teachers College and the University of Sydney before becoming a teacher. He served in the military 1916-1918 and returned to become a history lect
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John McCallum

[author] Artists who have released records with Portland, Oregon-based label Hush Records. ...
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John McCallum

[strength training writer] Copied from the Norwalk Land Records, Vol 1. ...
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John McCallum

[disambiguation] John McCallum is a Canadian politician. John McCallum may also refer to: ...
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John McCallum

[actor] John Neil McCallum, AO, CBE (14 March 1918{spaced ndash}3 February 2010) was an Australian theatre and film actor, highly successful in Britain. He was also a television producer. ==Early life== McCallum`s father, John Neil McCallum Sr., was a theatre owner and entrepreneur, who built and for many years ran the 2,000 seat Cremorne T
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John McCallum

[sports writer] John Dennis McCallum (June 27, 1924 - December 17, 1988) was a prolific American sportswriter and author. ==Personal life== John D. McCallum was born on 27 June 1924 in Tacoma, Washington to George A. and Mildred (Tiedeman) McCallum. He enrolled at Washington State University (then Washington State College, Pullman, Wash.) i
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John McCallum

John McCallum, PC, MP (born April 9, 1950) is a Liberal Canadian politician, economist and university professor. Following the 2006 Federal Election, he became the Liberal Finance Critic in the Official Opposition Shadow Cabinet. Before the election, he was the 37th Minister of National Revenue and was also the Minister responsible for Canada Post
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