Colvin, Neville, 1918-1991 :What! You can't see ANY of them? The Evening Post, 21 November 1947.
Reference Number: A-317-078
The leader of the New Zealand National Party is giving Peter Fraser, the Prime Minister and leader of the Labour Party, an eye test is which the phrase 'Labour is going out' is written in very bold lettering, decreasing down to very small.The Labour government remained in office until December 1949.
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Colvin, Neville, 1918-1991 :What! You can't see ANY of them? The Evening Post, 21 November 1947., Reference Number A-317-078 (1 digitised items)
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