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Evans, Malcolm 1945-:Edna said she'd rather help me paint the shed, than march in any women's-lib anti-bomb parade. Malcolm Evans, Edna, Book Three, 1983.

Reference Number: H-721-017

Shows Edna up on the tractor shed roof painting a very large feminist ban-the-bomb sign, while her farmer husband talks to his friend below.

Key terms:
1 image, categorised under Ink drawings and Cartoons (Commentary), related to Malcolm Paul Evans, New Zealand Cartoon Archive. Harpies & Heroines [Book title] 2003., Harpies & Heroines (Exhibition title) 2003., Edna (Cartoon character), New Zealand, Antinuclear movement, Women in agriculture, Feminism and Farmers.

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Evans, Malcolm 1945-:Edna said she'd rather help me paint the shed, than march in any women's-lib anti-bomb parade. Malcolm Evans, Edna, Book Three, 1983., Reference Number H-721-017 (1 digitised items)

Extent: 1 photocopy/ies A4 sizehorizontal A4 size photocopy. Single art work

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