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I'm wishing to put the true and full history LESLIE CAHILL onto wikipedia but the current information is limited.
I knew Les between 1970's till 1990's till his death, but missed his funeral in Camberwell. I found Les to be a very interesting guy as we spent hours discussing politics. Some of the information on the internet appears inconsistent with my opinion of the guy, however whatever his true nature imo Les Cahill does deserve recognition for his part in the development of your ALP and Union history.

Les was General Secretary of the Printers & Kindred Union, and The Herald Sun did write up an Obituary of Leslie after his death,but I have mislayed the cutting.

I do recall Les going into the city over several days to provided a verbal/video history for the ALP/Union achives but this has been denied when i requested a copy.

Accordingly, I am seeking any documented or other information to piece his history together about his life and times in the political landscape.