- New Zealand premier Richard Seddon as a hypnotist, casting a spell on a woman who represents New Zealand. Seddon is called "Seddongali", a reference to the leading character "Svengali" in George du Maurier's 1894 novel 'Trilby', in which Svengali hypnotises a young woman, turning her into a split personality who sings brilliantly when in an amnesiac trance, keeping him in a life of luxury. Extended Title - Seddongali - She shall not open her eyes. Quantity: 1 photocopy/ies. Physical Description: Photocopy 420mm x 240mm.
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- Various artists :Collection of newspaper clippings, photocopies and bromides of cartoons by Fox (A-313-2), T Ellis - ie Thomas Ellis Glover (A-313-3), J. C. Blomfield (A-313-4) and John McNamara (A-313-11). Also folders of cartoons by various artists published in New Zealand Free Lance (A-313-6), in The Guardian (A-313-7), in Xrays (A-313-8), in the New Zealand Observer (A-313-9), in The Standard (A-313-12) and in various publications (A-313-1). / Quiz, fl 1896 :3 cartoons published in Xrays in 1896.
- 1 photocopy/ies, Works of art, Photocopies, Cartoons (Commentary), Photocopy 420mm x 240mm.
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