|Member of the Victorian Legislative Assembly|
for Port Melbourne
15 March 1952 – 22 April 1955
|Preceded by||Tom Corrigan|
|Succeeded by||Archie Todd|
Stanislaus Terence Corrigan
17 October 1916
South Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
|Died||7 July 1964 (aged 47)|
Fitzroy, Victoria, Australia
|Political party||Labor Party|
|Relatives||Tom Corrigan (father)|
Stanislaus Terence "Stan" Corrigan (17 October 1916 – 7 June 1964) was an Australian politician.
Born in South Melbourne to Tom Corrigan and Emily Olive Angleton, he was educated at Christian Brothers' College (Albert Park) and completed his apprenticeship as an Electrical Contractor with his brother Thomas Corrigan Jnr. On 17 March 1945 he married Matilda Semmens, with whom he had two children. He worked for his brother's business before becoming treasurer of the Melbourne branch of the Amalgamated Engineering Union and secretary of the Port Melbourne branch of the Labor Party, as well as campaign secretary to Jack Holloway and Frank Crean. In 1952 he was elected to the Victorian Legislative Assembly in a by-election for the seat of Port Melbourne, replacing his father who had died in January. In 1955 he joined the breakaway Australian Labor Party (Anti-Communist) and was defeated at that year's state election. He then ran against his former boss, Holloway, in the federal election held later that year and lost. Corrigan died at Fitzroy in 1964.
- Ainsley Symons (2012), 'Democratic Labor Party members in the Victorian Parliament of 1955-1958,' in Recorder (Australian Society for the Study of Labour History, Melbourne Branch) No. 275, November, Pages 4-5.
- "Corrigan, Stanislaus Terence". Parliament of Victoria. 1985. Retrieved 1 October 2011. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
|Victorian Legislative Assembly|
| Member for Port Melbourne