Gilmour, John Henry, 1892-1951 :A jarring note? New Zealand Worker, 29 May 1929.
Reference Number: A-313-1-038
A man playing the 'Death March' on a trombone labelled 'unemployment' is out of tune with the 'United Prosperity' band of conducted by New Zealand prime minister, Joe Ward.
1 image, categorised under Cartoons (Commentary), related to John Henry Gilmour, New Zealand Worker (Newspaper. 1924-1935), Rt Hon Sir Joseph George Ward, Prime ministers, Elections, Unemployment and Prosperity.
Gilmour, John Henry, 1892-1951 :A jarring note? New Zealand Worker, 29 May 1929., Reference Number A-313-1-038 (1 digitised items)
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