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Glover, Thomas Ellis, 1891?-1938 :His Christmas dream; the story of the Little Boy who dreamt that he spent Christmas Eve with William the Good Fairy. 1921.

Reference Number: PUBL-0096-1921-12-21-001

Shows a boy asleep in bed, while a fat fairy hovers above him, saying "Help yourself, Little Boy", and indicating a toy shop filled with goodies such as "War prices for wool", "no debt", Houses for all", "No taxes", "Cheap Railway fares".

Key terms:
1 image, categorised under Offset printing and Cartoons (Commentary), related to Thomas Ellis Glover, Rt Hon William Ferguson Massey, New Zealand Free Lance (Periodical), Dreams, Fairies, New Zealand - Economic conditions and Economic policy.

Part of:
New Zealand free lance, 1901-, Reference Number PUBL-0096 (8 digitised items)

Extent: 1 b&w photo-mechanical print(s) on page of newspaper.Lithograph, on front page of newspaper.. Square imageSingle art work

Historical Notes: Prime Minister William Massey was Minister of Finance at this time.

Conditions governing access to original: Partial restriction - Use photographic copy in preference to original.

Other copies available: File print in Turnbull Library Pictures329. Politics and government. 1921(DFP-011592)

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