Peterson, Archibald Stuart, 1900-1976 :Tales of the World's economic conference; the Prime Minister entertains Cabinet with reminiscences of his London experiences. New Zealand free lance annual, October 16, 1933. Page 50.
Reference Number: B-034-025
Shows Prime Minister George Forbes standing at the left, addressing the Cabinet around a table, while Rt Hon J G Coates sits in the right foreground with a photograph album. Forbes is entertaining the group with his 'travellers' tales'. Named Cabinet members from left, are: Hon R Masters, Rt Hon G W Forbes (Prime Minister), Hon C E Macmillan, Hon E A Ransom (at back), Hon J G Cobbe, Hon J Bitchener, Hon A Hamilton, Rt Hon J G Coates (right foreground), Hon Sir Apirana Ngata, Hon J A Young.This refers to the rather unsuccessful World Economic Conference 1933, held in London.
1 image, categorised under Portraits, Caricatures and Photolithographs, related to Rt Hon Joseph Gordon Coates, Sir James Alexander Young, Sir Apirana Turupa Ngata, Hon John George Cobbe, Charles Edward de la Barca Macmillan, Archibald Stuart Peterson, Robert Masters, John Bitchener, World Monetary and Economic Conference (London ; 1933), Rt Hon George William Forbes, Adam Hamilton, New Zealand Free Lance (Periodical), Wellington City, Prime ministers, New Zealand - Politics and government and Cabinet ministers.
Peterson, Archibald Stuart, 1900-1976 :Tales of the World's economic conference; the Prime Minister entertains Cabinet with reminiscences of his London experiences. New Zealand free lance annual, October 16, 1933. Page 50., Reference Number B-034-025 (1 digitised items)
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