Kirk, Norman Eric (Rt Hon), 1923-1974

Stationary-engine driver, politician, prime minister. Labour Member of Parliament for Lyttelton and Sydenham 1957-1974; Prime Minister 1972-1974. Personal papers held at Archives New Zealand, Wellington. Married Ruth (née Miller; 1922-2000). See DNZB (Vol 5, pp271-274)

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Date: 1974 From: Metge, Alice Joan (Dame), 1930- : Research papers Ref: fMS-Papers-11804-8 Description: A scrapbook of newspaper clippings containing stories on various Maori topics including politics, education, and land claims. Includes stories about a Royal ...
Ekers, Paul, 1961-:Mallard wants to bring back Moa. 1 July 2014
Date: 2014 From: Ekers, Paul, 1961-:[Digital cartoons published in the New Zealand Herald and other publications] Ref: DCDL-0028623 Description: Shows Labour MP Trevor Mallard holding a picture of a Moa. He thinks 'First the Moa, then either Michael Savage or Norman Kirk...'. Colour and black and whi...
Date: 1973, 1979 From: Lee family: Research papers Ref: MS-Papers-11757-2 Description: Folder contains press releases from NZ Medical Aid Committee for Vietnam, dated 1 March 1973, and NZ Medical Aid Committee for Indochina, dated April 1979. T...
Date: [circa 1973-1974] From: Roberts, Zelda Kathleen Mary, 1918-2015: Photograph albums relating to Zelda and Clifford Roberts Ref: PA1-q-1315 Description: Album of photographs (possibly taken by official Niuean photographers) relating to Clifford Robert's term as Resident Commissioner in Niue, and of official s...
Date: [ca 1973-1974] From: Roberts, Zelda Kathleen Mary, 1918-2015: Photograph albums relating to Zelda and Clifford Roberts Ref: MS-Papers-12430 Description: Two memoirs "Living on an island - Part one and two" where Zelda Roberts recalls her husband Clifford Robert's appointment to Niue Island as Resident Commis...
Date: 1863, 1974, 1976, 1993 From: Jones, Jenny Robin, 1947- : Research papers and transcripts Ref: MS-Papers-11793-29 Description: Contains miscellaneous publications, including the first issue of the New Zealand herald newspaper, dated 13 November 1863, and the front section of a 130th ...
Date: 2002-2007 From: Catley, Christine McKelvie Cole (Dame), 1922-2011 : Papers Ref: MS-Papers-11651-382 Description: First memoir covers Catley's experiences with various New Zealand Prime Ministers; the second concerns Martin Finlay. Also some related correspondence. Chri...
Date: 1976-1981, 1991-1993, [2006]-2010 From: Catley, Christine McKelvie Cole (Dame), 1922-2011 : Papers Ref: MS-Papers-11651-122 Description: Includes correspondence between Hayward, Catley and others (in the form of letters, cards and printed emails), book proposals, loose notes and clippings. Pa...
Date: 1974-1987, 1998-2001 From: Catley, Christine McKelvie Cole (Dame), 1922-2011 : Papers Ref: MS-Papers-11651-123 Description: Contains correspondence between Hayward and Catley, mostly from the 1975-1979 period regarding the publication of `Diary of the Kirk years'. Also some other ...
Date: 1981, [ca.2004] From: Catley, Christine McKelvie Cole (Dame), 1922-2011 : Papers Ref: MS-Papers-11651-126 Description: Contains copy of newspaper article concerning Margaret Hayward's `Diary of the Kirk years' (1981). Also 51 page typescript, possibly relating to Hayward's 20...
Date: 1945, 1970, 1975-2008 From: Catley, Christine McKelvie Cole (Dame), 1922-2011 : Papers Ref: MS-Papers-11651-141 Description: Contains newspaper and magazine clippings, and some correspondence. Also copy of `Poem ended by a death', attributed to Fleur Adcock. Quantity: 1 folder(s)....
Date: 1974 From: Various cartoonists :Cartoons from the New Zealand News, 1970s Ref: A-297-161 Description: Norman Kirk announcing on television that the French have exploded a further nuclear device in the South Pacific. His words become repeated as a recording. ...
Date: 28 May 1968 From: Skinner, Thomas Edward (Sir), 1909-1991: Cartoons collected by Sir Thomas Skinner Ref: C-179-067 Description: Skinner is using a bicycle pump labelled "Unions" to inflate a Norman Kirk balloon labelled "Labour membership". Jack Marshall is blowing into a tube to infl...
Date: 20 March 1967 From: Skinner, Thomas Edward (Sir), 1909-1991: Cartoons collected by Sir Thomas Skinner By: Otago daily times (Newspaper) Ref: C-179-075 Description: Skinner dressed as a woman and labelled "F.O.L" is standing infront of the mirror. Norman Kirk as a child is sitting in bed reading a book "Snow pink and the...
Date: 6 May 1966 From: Skinner, Thomas Edward (Sir), 1909-1991: Cartoons collected by Sir Thomas Skinner By: Otago daily times (Newspaper); Kirk, Norman Eric (Rt Hon), 1923-1974 Ref: C-179-083 Description: Tom Skinner as a ventriloquist and Norman Kirk as his dummy are on stage. They say "No troops for Vietnam" Quantity: 1 original cartoon(s). Physical Descri...
Date: 1972 From: Skinner, Thomas Edward (Sir), 1909-1991: Cartoons collected by Sir Thomas Skinner Ref: C-179-092 Description: Skinner has taken a "first list of changes to be made" out of a briefcase labelled "F.O.L." to hand to Norman Kirk. Quantity: 1 original cartoon(s). Physic...
Date: 3 July 1974 From: Skinner, Thomas Edward (Sir), 1909-1991: Cartoons collected by Sir Thomas Skinner Ref: C-179-111 Description: Hugh Watt is trying to steer a burning ship labelled "Waiheke Fireball". Skinner is depicted as a cat. Notes on the deck read "Sorry called away - Basil Arth...
Date: 2 July 1974 From: Skinner, Thomas Edward (Sir), 1909-1991: Cartoons collected by Sir Thomas Skinner By: New Zealand herald (Newspaper) Ref: C-179-112 Description: Bill Rowling is depicted as a woman reading a bed-time story to a child who is in a bed labelled "N.Z". The cover of the book or newspaper being read from sa...
Date: 18 October 1973 From: Skinner, Thomas Edward (Sir), 1909-1991: Cartoons collected by Sir Thomas Skinner By: New Zealand herald (Newspaper) Ref: C-179-125 Description: Skinner is depicted as a cat with a fish bone in his mouth, the fish is labelled "productivity wage rises" and the cat has pulled it out of a rubbish bag lab...
Date: 20 September 1973 From: Skinner, Thomas Edward (Sir), 1909-1991: Cartoons collected by Sir Thomas Skinner Ref: C-179-127 Description: An angry bull labelled "Farmers" has swords in its' back labelled "revaluation" and "meat reference threat". The bull is heading towards a red rag that reads...