Members of the New South Wales Legislative Council, 1934–1937

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This is a list of members of the New South Wales Legislative Council from 1934 to 1937. At this time the Council was not directly elected, but was chosen by a joint sitting of the New South Wales Parliament. This replaced a previous system where members had been appointed for life on the advice of the Premier.

Name Party Years in office
Alexander Alam ALP 1925–1958, 1963–1973
George Archer ALP 1925–1949
Thomas Armstrong 3 UAP 1935–1955
George Bassett Country 1932–1964
Alfred Binks UAP 1932–1952
Sir Henry Braddon UAP 1917–1940
Charles Bridges ALP 1925–1937, 1940–1943
Walter Cambridge Country 1932–1946
Joseph Coates FLP/ALP 1921–1943
Edward Collins 1,4 UAP 1932–1934, 1934–1936
Arthur Colvin UAP 1932–1955
James Concannon ALP 1925–1958
Lionel Courtenay 2 UAP 1932–1934
John Culbert ALP 1925–1943
Maxwell Dunlop Country 1932–1941
Ernest Farrar UAP 1912–1952
Joseph Gardiner Independent 1934–1937
Donald Grant ALP 1931–1940
James Graves ALP 1934–1961
Edward Grayndler 5 ALP 1921–1934, 1936–1943
Herbert Hawkins UAP 1932–1939
Alfred Hemsley UAP 1927–1934
John Higgins 5 FLP/ALP 1921–1936
Thomas Holden UAP 1934–1945
Henry Horne UAP 1917–1955
Archibald Howie UAP 1934–1943
Sir Norman Kater Country 1923–1955
Robert King ALP/ILP 1931–1960
Frederick Kneeshaw UAP 1934–1949
Hugh Latimer UAP 1934–1955
Edward Magrath ALP 1925–1943
Robert Mahony ALP 1921–1961
Marsden Manfred UAP 1934–1949
Henry Manning UAP 1932–1958
John Martin ALP 1931–1946
Patrick McGirr ALP 1921–1955
Henry Moulder Country 1932–1946
George Mullins ALP 1931–1948
Thomas Murray Independent 1921–1958
George Nesbitt Country 1927–1940
Harold Nicholas 3 UAP 1932–1935
Broughton O'Conor UAP 1908–1940
John O'Regan FLP/ALP 1921–1940
Sir John Peden UAP 1917–1946
Thomas Playfair UAP 1927–1966
Daniel Rees 1 ALP 1931–1934
William Robson UAP 1920–1951
Sir Charles Rosenthal 4 UAP 1936–1937
James Ryan UAP 1917–1940
Mick Ryan FLP/ALP 1925–1943
Samuel Smith ALP 1931–1940
Ernest Sommerlad Country 1932–1952
Frank Spicer FLP/Independent 1925–1973
Thomas Steele Country 1934–1961
Colin Tannock ALP 1931–1952
Sir Allen Taylor UAP 1912–1940
Sir Frederick Tout Country 1932–1946
Theodore Trautwein Independent 1934–1940
Sir Arthur Trethowan Country 1916–1937
Thomas Tyrrell ALP 1925–1942
Sir Graham Waddell Country 1934–1943
Sir Samuel Walder UAP 1932–1943
Frank Wall UAP 1917–1941
Horace Whiddon 2 UAP 1934–1955
Hugh Wragge Country 1932–1949
1 Labor MLC Daniel Rees died on 19 June 1934. UAP candidate Edward Collins was elected as his replacement on 9 August 1934.
2 UAP MLC Lionel Courtenay resigned on 8 August 1934. UAP candidate Horace Whiddon was elected as his replacement on 27 September 1934.
3 UAP MLC Harold Nicholas resigned on 4 January 1935. UAP candidate Thomas Armstrong was elected as his replacement on 26 February 1935.
4 UAP MLC Edward Collins died on 8 April 1936. UAP candidate Sir Charles Rosenthal was elected as his replacement on 3 June 1936.
5 Labor MLC John Higgins died on 28 July 1936. Labor candidate Edward Grayndler was elected as his replacement on 10 November 1936.