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Colvin, Neville Maurice, 1918-1991 :Of course it strikes - it's a waterside clock. Evening Post [1951].

Reference Number: J-065-055

Toby (Tobias) Hill, national secretary of the New Zealand Waterside Workers Union, answers a question from a concerned watersider as he carries a large clock off the wharves. Toby Hill took a leading role in the 1951 waterfront strike.

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1 image, categorised under Cartoons (Commentary), related to Neville Maurice Colvin, Tobias McGlinchy Hill, The Evening Post (Newspaper. 1865-2002), Wanganella (Ship), Waterside Workers Union, Wellington City, Strikes and Lockouts - New Zealand - Wellington Region, Strikes and lockouts - Waterside workers, Longcase clocks, Labour union members and Waterside workers.

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Colvin, Neville Maurice, 1918-1991 :Of course it strikes - it's a waterside clock. Evening Post [1951]., Reference Number J-065-055 (1 digitised items)

Extent: 1 photocopy/iesA5 size bromide.. Single art work

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