Members of the South Australian Legislative Council, 1950–1953

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This is a list of members of the South Australian Legislative Council from 1950 to 1953.

Name District Party Term expiry Time in office
Ernest Anthoney Central No. 2 LCL 1953 1941–1959
Ken Bardolph Central No. 1 Labor 1953 1941–1964
Stan Bevan [1] Central No. 1 Labor 1953 1951–1970
Jack Bice Southern LCL 1953 1941–1959
Frank Condon Central No. 1 Labor 1956 1928–1961
John Lancelot Cowan Southern LCL 1953 1949–1959
Collier Cudmore Central No. 2 LCL 1953 1933–1959
Leslie Harold Densley Southern LCL 1956 1944–1967
Sir Walter Gordon Duncan Midland LCL 1956 1918–1962
Harry Edmonds Northern LCL 1956 1944–1962
Bert Hoare Central No. 1 Labor 1956 1944–1956
Norman Jude Southern LCL 1956 1944–1971
Lyell McEwin Northern LCL 1956 1934–1975
Alexander Melrose Midland LCL 1953 1941–1962
Oscar Oates [1] Central No. 1 Labor 1953 1933–1951
Frank Perry Central No. 2 LCL 1956 1947–1965
William Walsh Robinson Northern LCL 1953 1947–1953
Colin Rowe Midland LCL 1953 1948–1970
Reginald Rudall Midland LCL 1956 1944–1955
Sir James Wallace Sandford Central No. 2 LCL 1956 1938–1956
Robert Richard Wilson Northern LCL 1953 1949–1965
1 Labor MLC Oscar Oates died on 2 September 1951. Stan Bevan was elected unopposed to the vacancy on 24 October.

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