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    Vincent Clair Gair (25 February 1901 – 11 November 1980) [2] was an Australian politician. He served as Premier of Queensland from 1952 until 1957, when his stormy relations with the trade union movement saw him expelled from the Labor Party. He was elected to the Australian Senate and led the Democratic Labor Party from 1965 to 1973.

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      Although he was no longer Premier, Gair continued to lead...

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      Gair took up his post in Ireland. During his tenure, he got...

  2. Vincent Clare (Clair) Gair (1901-1980), railway clerk and premier, was born on 25 February 1901 at Rockhampton, Queensland, eighth child of John Alexander Gair, a prison warder from Scotland, and his wife Catherine Mary, née Maguire (d.1950), a nurse from Ireland.

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  4. Vincent Clare (Clair) Gair (1901-1980), railway clerk and premier, was born on 25 February 1901 at Rockhampton, Queensland, eighth child of John Alexander Gair, a prison warder from Scotland, and his wife Catherine Mary, née Maguire (d.1950), a nurse from Ireland.

  5. Gair served as Acting Premier for extended periods during the long, final illness of Premier Ned Hanlon. When Hanlon died on 15 January 1952, Gair succeeded him. Gair’s first three years as premier were prosperous, stable and peaceful, as Queensland continued to recover from the exigencies of war.

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  6. Mini Bio (1) Vince Gair was born on February 25, 1901 in Rockhampton, Queensland, Australia. He is known for This Day Tonight (1967). He was married to Ellen (Nell) Mary Sexton and Florence Glynn. He died on November 11, 1980 in South Brisbane, Brisbane, Queensland. Family (1) See also Other Works | Publicity Listings | Official Sites

  7. Talk:Vince Gair - Wikipedia Talk:Vince Gair Contents 1 Gair Park 2 Gair's middle name 3 His Excellency the Ambassador 4 Assessment comment Gair Park [ edit] This says Gair Park was opened in 1936. Gair didn't become Premier till 1952, so it's very unlikely it would have been named after him until after 1952, and so it must have had an earlier name.