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Lonsdale, Neil 1907-1989 :What's new about that? News. Woman speaker in house for the first time. Dame Hilda Ross, highly respected Government member from Hamilton, presided over the House of Representatives for a short time yesterday afternoon. This

Reference Number: A-309-106

Shows a man standing at the kitchen sink washing dishes. He is looking out the window at another man who is holding a newspaper up and showing him the headline which reads "Woman speaker in house for the first time". There is a woman in an adjoining room who is yelling and slamming her fist down on a table. Refers to Dame Hilda Ross being the first woman to sit in the Speaker's Chair while the House is in session.

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1 image, categorised under Cartoons (Commentary), related to Grace Hilda Cuthberta Ross, Dishwashing, New Zealand. Parliament. House of Representatives, Domestic relations, Women in politics and Kitchens.

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Lonsdale, Neil, 1907-1989 :200 original cartoons by Neil Lonsdale from 1955 to 1962., Reference Number A-309 (12 digitised items)

Extent: 1 original cartoon(s)Single art work

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