Prime ministers

Chancellors (Prime ministers), Premiers (Prime ministers)
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Date: 1951 From: [Various cartoonists including Sir Gordon Minhinnick 1902-1992] :[Newspaper clippings of cartoons from New Zealand newspapers. 15 December 1948 to 5 September 1972.] By: Waite, Keith, 1927-2014; Otago daily times (Newspaper) Ref: E-549-q-05-008 Description: Walter Nash lies daydreaming under a tree, unaware that Prime Minister Sidney Holland has felled a tree labelled 'election', which is about to fall on Nash. ...
Date: [1930s] From: New Zealand Labour Party :Photographic material relating to the New Zealand Labour Party and its members Ref: PAColl-D-0898 Description: Quantity: 1 b&w original photographic print(s).
Date: 1960s From: New Zealand Labour Party :Photographic material relating to the New Zealand Labour Party and its members Ref: PAColl-D-0901 Description: Quantity: 1 b&w original photographic print(s).
Date: 1869 By: Auckland punch (Periodical) Ref: H-686-013 Description: New Zealand prime minister, Julius Vogel holds firm to his political honesty against the offers of a political pedlar. Published in 'Grant, Ian F. Public Li...
Date: [ca 1981] From: Bassett, Michael Edward Rainton (Dr), 1938- :Photographs Ref: 35mm-99124-F Description: Negative with two images of Fearn Abbey, Ross-shire, and surrounding area. Photographer unidentified. Image part of research for Michael Bassett's biography ...
Cartoonist unknown :The lone drum-major. New Zealand Graphic and Ladies Home Journal, 5 April 1902 (front page).
Date: 1902 From: Various artists :Collection of newspaper clippings, photocopies and bromides of cartoons by Hiscocks (A-315-1), T. Lloyd (A-315-2), various artists from the "Ladies' Journal", "The Freelance", "New Zealand Graphic" and "Melbourne Punch" (A-315-3), Nisbet (A-315-4-001/012) and Malcolm Evans (A-315-5). By: New Zealand Graphic and Ladies' Journal Ref: A-315-3-030 Description: Caricature of New Zealand premier Richard Seddon as a drum-major, heading in one direction while the 'Commonwealth' band heads in the opposite direction. Ex...
Date: 1987 From: Hodgson, Trace :Forty-three political cartoons published in the New Zealand listener in 1987. By: Hodgson, Trace, 1958-; Listener (Periodical) Ref: J-060-005 Description: New Zealand politician Bill Rowling in running top and shorts that replicate the American flag. Quantity: 1 photocopy/ies. Physical Description: A3 size co...
Date: 1989 From: Bromhead, Peter 1933- :[18 original cartoons published in the Auckland Star in July and August, 1989.] Ref: A-225-236 Description: Cartoon shows Roger Douglas and David Lange seated at at table with their hands nailed together to the tabletop. Between and behind them, a figure named Cauc...
Date: 1970 - 1985 By: Cerebral Vortex (Firm) Ref: Eph-D-POLITICS-1970s-02 Description: Shows a screenprint image, possibly from a photograph, of protesters with placards, surrounding a statue of Richard John Seddon in Parliament grounds Welling...
Date: 1959 From: Lodge, Nevile Sidney 1918-1989 :[Archive of original cartoons for the Evening Post and Sports Post, 1941 to 1988] Ref: B-137-439 Description: Cartoon shows Prime Minister Walter Nash standing huddled in a sleety wind holding his luggage with stickers for the USA and UK. White writing in the wind re...
Date: 1898 By: Blomfield, William, 1866-1938; New Zealand observer and free lance (Newspaper) Ref: J-065-018 Description: New Zealand premier Richard Seddon is throwing coins labelled 'tax payers' 'good' 'red' 'gold' from a 'treasury chest' to a crowd of old people. Possibly fr...
Hodgson, Trace, 1958- :We can be together for ever and ever! [Helen Clark and Michael Cullen. Metro, Godzone, April 2000, page 29]
Date: 2000 From: Hodgson, Trace, 1958- :[17 original political and social cartoons drawn for Metro magazine from January to November 2000] Ref: B-202-008 Description: Cartoon shows a head and shoulders caricature portrait of prime minister Helen Clark (with green skin, bloodshot eyes and a scar around her throat), with a ...
Paynter, Bill 1949- :New Zealand lays down a challenge to the whole world to throw off its protection and get in step with us. National Business Review, 8 November 1989.
Date: 1989 By: Paynter, William, 1949-; National Business Review Ltd Ref: H-725-014 Description: Shows Mike Moore in the nude speaking to the delegates to the APEC conference on trade policy. Extended Title - The Asia Pacific Economic conference.... Qu...
Scott, Thomas 1947- :I can't ... I can't... - Not when he looks at me like that... Evening Post, 16 November 1993.
Date: 1993 From: Scott, Thomas 1947- :Editorial cartoons. 4 October - 24 December 1993 Ref: H-113-032 Description: Shows Mike Moore as a sad dog. A group of Labour Party colleagues are urging one of their number to inject Moore. The man with the syringe is covering up ...
Date: 1990 By: Walker, Malcolm, 1950-; Sunday News (Newspaper) Ref: B-129-016/043 Description: Includes undated invitation to Curtis's space party. The rest are cartoons made for the "Sunday news", with dates written below. Subjects include: Winston Pe...
Mack, Edward Brodie, 1897-1965 :New Zealand's Ultimatum. Free Lance, 26 January 1917.
Date: 1917 From: Various artists :Collection of newspaper clippings, photocopies and bromides of cartoons by Minhinnick (A-311-1), Mack (A-311-2) and Bird (A-311-3). Ref: A-311-2-010 Description: New Zealand's premier William Massey addresses Lloyd George, the British Premier, laying claim to Western Samoa in the guise of a Samoan maiden. Extended Ti...
Brockie, Robert Ellison, 1932- :[Muldoon's policy on apartheid]. National Business Review, 16 March 1981.
Date: 1981 From: Various artists :[Collection of cartoon clippings, of works by Eric Heath, Nevile Lodge, Gordon Minhinnick, Neville Colvin, Les Gibbard. 1950-1980s]. By: Brockie, Robert Ellison (Dr), 1932-; National Business Review Ltd Ref: A-311-4-020 Description: New Zealand Prime Minister Robert Muldoon as a confused rugby referee tries to explain his government's policy on sporting contacts with South Africa. A numb...
Glover, Thomas Ellis, 1891?-1938 :'Keep off the grass!' New Zealand Truth, 16 April 1921.
Date: 1921 From: 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). By: Glover, Thomas Ellis, 1891?-1938; NZ Truth (Newspaper) Ref: A-313-3-033 Description: Prime Minister William Massey as a police constable holding back the European would-be immigrants behind a locked gate and letting Chinese and Indians go pas...
Brockie, Robert Ellison, 1932- :Parbleu Giscarde! Just buy some of his mutton and he might go home! National Business Review, [1975-1981].
Date: 1975 - 1981 From: Various artists :Collection of photocopies, newspaper clippings and bromides of cartoons by Bromhead (A-314-1), Brockie (A-314-2) and J. C. Hill (A-314-3). By: National Business Review Ltd Ref: A-314-2-070 Description: New Zealand Prime Minister Robert Muldoon is throwing a tantrum at the OECD conference table. One member of the conference whispers to the French President, ...
Wrathall, William George Picton, 1931-1995 :It's good to know he's behind me, even though his bark seems worse than his bite! New Zealand Truth, 25 May 1982.
Date: 1982 From: Various artists :Collection of newspaper clippings, photocopies and bromides of cartoons by Chris Slane (A-317-1), Bill Wrathall (A-317-2) and Trace Hodgson (A-317-3). By: Wrathall, William George Picton, 1931-1995; NZ Truth (Newspaper) Ref: A-317-2-002 Description: The Prime Minister of Great Britain, Margaret Thatcher, who is portrayed as Britannia, comments about the support of the Prime Minister of New Zealand, Rober...