Blomfield, William, 1866-1938 :The session's batch. Prime Minister Massey "Not so bad for a start, eh?" 16 November, 1912
- Blomfield, William, 1866-1938; New Zealand observer (Newspaper)
- Prime Minister, William Massey, stands in front of Parliament at the end of the 1912 session. He holds four pakeha babies and leads a small child by the hand. One baby is called 'Civil Service reform' and sucks a bottle of 'credit', the second baby is called 'Railways Amendment Bill', the third baby is called 'Defence Act Bill', the fourth baby is Maori and is called 'Native Land Bill' and the small child is called 'Land Bill' and sucks on a bottle labelled 'Free holds'. Refers to the batch of Acts and Bills achieved in the 1912 session of parliament. Page from the Observer, November 16, 1912 Inscriptions: Recto - bottom right - Blo [pseudonym of William Blomfield] Quantity: 1 photocopy/ies. Physical Description: Photocopy, A4 size.
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- Various artists :Collection of newspaper clippings, photocopies and bromides of cartoons by various cartoonists / Blomfield, William, 1866-1938 :70 political cartoons published in the New Zealand Observer between 1910 and 1919.
- 1 photocopy/ies, Works of art, Photocopies, Cartoons (Commentary), Caricatures, Photocopy, A4 size.
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