Minhinnick, Gordon (Sir), 1902-1992 :All this and Drennan too. New Zealand Herald, 24 August 1951.
Reference Number: A-311-1-031
New Zealand Labour Party leaders Walter Nash and Arnold Nordmeyer are at a 'Vote for Labour' sales table, on which are items representing 'black market', 'snoopers', 'controls', 'scarcity', 'restrictions' and acid drops. A figure representing 'deregistererd wharfies' crouches under the table. A man representing the New Zealand voter is turning away in dislike. Implied is his suspicion of the influence on the Labour Party of Alexander Drennan, radical trade unionist, waterfront worker and leading member of the Communist Party of New Zealand who represented the trades council on the national council of the New Zealand Federation of Labour from 1945 to 1949.
1 image, categorised under Cartoons (Commentary), related to Sir Arnold Henry Nordmeyer, Alexander Drennan, Sir Gordon Edward George Minhinnick, Sir Walter Nash, New Zealand Labour Party, New Zealand Waterfront Workers Union, New Zealand Herald (Newspaper), Communist Party of New Zealand, Political parties, Elections, Espionage, Delegated legislation, Socialism, Scarcity and Waterside workers.
Various artists :Collection of newspaper clippings, photocopies and bromides of cartoons by Minhinnick (A-311-1), Mack (A-311-2) and Bird (A-311-3)., Reference Number A-311 (50 digitised items)
Extent: 1 cartoon bromide(s)A5 size bromide.. Single art work
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