Gilmour, Jack, 1892-1951 :And still they come! Wellington, New Zealand truth, the people's paper. 21 February 1925
Reference Number: A-315-3-045
Shows three immigrants attempting to enter 'God's own country' (New Zealand, watched suspiciously by a British immigrant and a New Zealand man. The left-had would-be immigrant is labelled 'Bolshie' (Bolshevik or Communist), the central man is labelled 'Hindoo' (Hindu or Indian) and carries a tag marked 'Dope'; the right-hand man is labelled 'Mongolian' and is wearing Chinese clothing. The trunk floating in front of the three men is labelled USA, Australia, N.Z. with the top two names crossed out, suggesting that the owner, 'Ivan Bolshivinski' has tried a number of countries.
1 image, categorised under Caricatures, related to John Henry Gilmour, Emigration and immigration, Communism, British - New Zealand, Russians - New Zealand, Chinese - New Zealand, Hinduism, East Indians - New Zealand and Racism.
Gilmour, Jack, 1892-1951 :And still they come! Wellington, New Zealand truth, the people's paper. 21 February 1925, Reference Number A-315-3-045 (1 digitised items)
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