Sir Reginald Sholl
Reginald Richard Sholl
8 October 1902
East Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
|Died||7 August 1988 (aged 85)|
Southport, Queensland, Australia
|Alma mater||University of Melbourne (BA, MA)|
|Occupation||Lawyer, diplomat, commentator|
Hazel Ethel Bradshaw
(m. 1927; died 1962)
Anna McLean nee Carpenter
Having attended Melbourne Grammar School and the University of Melbourne, Sholl was selected as Victorian Rhodes scholar for 1924. Whilst studying at Oxford University he lived at New College, and learnt to play rugby.
In 1970, Sholl joined the committee of the Overseas Services Bureau. The Bureau was responsible for the Australian Volunteers Abroad scheme.
- Maher, Laurence W. (2012), "Sholl, Sir Reginald Richard (1902–1988)", Australian Dictionary of Biography, Australian National University, archived from the original on 7 March 2016, retrieved 5 February 2017
- "Sir Reginald Sholl" (PDF), The Australian Bar Gazette: 15–16, 1966, archived (PDF) from the original on 5 February 2017, retrieved 5 February 2017
- "Victorian Rhodes Scholar: Mr. R. R. Sholl Chosen". The Argus. Melbourne, Victoria. 16 November 1923. p. 11.
- "The Rhodes scholar who is defending Cosgrove". The Sun. NSW. 15 February 1948. p. 27.
- "Judge urges whippings for violence". The Argus. 22 November 1952. p. 5.
- "New York post for Justice". The Canberra Times. 9 December 1965. p. 18.
- "New post". The Canberra Times. 13 March 1970. p. 3.
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