New Zealand Labour Party: [Ephemera, including election pamphlets and propaganda. 1960-1969]

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Date
1960 - 1969
By
New Zealand Labour Party
Ref
Eph-B-NZ-LABOUR-1960s
Description

Includes political campaign material for the New Zealand Labour Party. Includes pamphlets or fliers for Jim Edwards (Napier, 1960), Ray Dillon (Tauranga 1963), Walter Nash (1966), Bill Fox (Miramar 1966), Glen Herbert (Otaki 1966), Norman Kirk (Lyttelton 1966, 1969), Paraone (Brown) Reweti (Eastern Maori by-election 1967), Olive Smuts-Kennedy (Wellington 1969), Whetu Tirikatene-Sullivan (Southern Maori 1969)

Also includes a report by MP M A Connelly on effective government control of major industries (to avoid take-overs and foreign control), press release by Norman Kirk on the employment situation of university students; monthly newsletter November 1961 from A J Faulkner; a 1963 report titled "Northern Maori and Otahuhu by-elections"; and a letter advertising the "New Zealand statesman" from Jim Anderton, 17 April 1967.

Quantity: 1 folder(s) containing approximatedly 25 fliers and pamphlets.

Physical Description: Offset prints on fliers and pamphlet, sizes varying up to 330 mm.

Provenance: One item donated by Bill Sheat, Lower Hutt, in 2015.

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1 folder(s) containing approximatedly 25 fliers and pamphlets, Ephemera, Offset photomechanical prints, Stencils (Images), Political posters, Offset prints on fliers and pamphlet, sizes varying up to 330 mm.
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New Zealand Labour Party: This man Kirk. Printed by Auckland Star Commercial Printers [1969]
Date: 1969 From: New Zealand Labour Party: [Ephemera, including election pamphlets and propaganda. 1960-1969] Ref: Eph-B-NZ-LABOUR-1969-01 Description: Booklet issued prior to the 1969 general election focuses on the Labour leader Norman Kirk, with numerous photographs of him and his wife and family, and on ...