Electoral roles list people who are registered and eligible to vote at federal, state, territory and local government elections and referenda. Prior to 1990 the rolls list voters in alphabetical order by surname and first names within each Sub-division of an electoral Division of each State or Territory.
The roll is useful and interesting for family historians and the study of demographics.
Electoral rolls help to locate the residential address of a person in a particular year or over a period of years. They can be used as a substitute for census records for family historians and the history of a particular place, in this case Mt Beauty.
Alex McCullough was a resident of Mt Beauty and Councillor in the Bright Shire.
40 pages of firm blue paper with black typed print on one side only in 'landscape' format. Held by three staples. Each page has columns - numbered 1 to 656; Surnames in alphabetical order; Given names; Occupation; Includes L = 'land'; Address followed by Lot number in the Parish of Wermatong
Inscriptions & markings
On the cover, top right hand corner "Cr McCullough"