Whom will you believe? Line up with the leaders! Vote according to conscience. Vote Prohibition. [1925?]
Reference Number: Eph-D-ALCOHOL-Prohibition-1925-03
Shows a head and shoulders portrait of Gordon Coates, the Prime Minister in front of Parliament Buildings Wellington. Below are quotations from statements by himself, the late Rt Hon. W F Massey, the Rt Hon Sir Robert Stout, Archbishop Averill, Major-General Sir Andrew Russell, the Hon Sir Francis Dillon Bell, the Hon W Downie Stewart, Rt Rev. Bishop Cleary, the late Sir John W Salmond, Sir James Allen, and Sir George Fenwick. the latest quotations date from 1924.
1 image, categorised under Posters, Ephemera and Letterpress works, related to Rt Hon Joseph Gordon Coates, Rt Hon William Ferguson Massey, Alfred Walter Averill, Bishop Henry William Cleary, William Downie Stewart, Rt Hon Sir Francis Henry Dillon Bell, Major-General Sir Andrew Hamilton Russell, Hon Sir Robert Stout, Sir John William Salmond, Sir James Allen, Sir George Fenwick, Wellington City, Parliament Buildings, Prime ministers, Elections, Prohibition, Liquor industry, Bishops and Liquor laws.
Whom will you believe? Line up with the leaders! Vote according to conscience. Vote Prohibition. [1925?], Reference Number Eph-D-ALCOHOL-Prohibition-1925-03 (1 digitised items)
Extent: 1 b&w photo-mechanical print(s)Letterpress and engraving, 540 x 260 mm.. Vertical imageEphemera
Conditions governing access to original: Partial restriction - Use photographic copy in preference to original.
Other copies available: File print available in Ephemera Room.
Usage: You can search, browse, print and download items from this website for research and personal study. You are welcome to reproduce the above image(s) on your blog or another website, but please maintain the integrity of the image (i.e. don't crop, recolour or overprint it), reproduce the image's caption information and link back to here (http://mp.natlib.govt.nz/detail/?id=10123). If you would like to use the above image(s) in a different way (e.g. in a print publication), or use the transcription or translation, permission must be obtained. More information about copyright and usage can be found on the Copyright and Usage page of the NLNZ web site.