Blomfield, William, 1866-1938:The Sweating Crusade. New Zealand Observer and Free Lance, June 25 1892.
- Blomfield, William, 1866-1938; New Zealand observer and free lance (Newspaper)
A woman knight on a charger lances the sweating monster. Dead women lay in front of the monster while a group of women behind, a Tailoress's Union banner, walk behind the knight in support.
Exhibited in 'Harpies & Heroines: A cartoon history of the changing roles of women in New Zealand' Exhibition curated by Rachel Macfarlane and Cerridwyn Young of the New Zealand Cartoon Archive and exhibited at the National Library Gallery, 11 July - 26 October 2003.
Published in 'Harpies & Heroines' book published by the New Zealand Cartoon Archive in 2003.
Other Titles - Factory. Beware of wonderful bargains. Tailoress's Union. SWEATING.
The cartoonist Blomfield signs himself - Blo.
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