Hodgson, Trace, 1958- :We like to think of ourselves as the most upwardly mobile gang in the country... New Zealand Listener, 14 March 1987.
Reference Number: A-317-3-051
New Zealand businessman Ron Brierley as a gang member, wearing a 't' shirt labelled 'capitalist swines', with 'money' tattooed on his forehead and a name plate 'Pres. Flithy Rich Ron' on his desk.
1 image, categorised under Caricatures, Clippings and Cartoons (Commentary), related to Trace Hodgson, Sir Ronald Alfred Brierley, Listener (Periodical), Brierley Investments Ltd, Capitalism, Sharemarket, Businessmen, Hoodlums and Gangs.
Hodgson, Trace, 1958- :We like to think of ourselves as the most upwardly mobile gang in the country... New Zealand Listener, 14 March 1987., Reference Number A-317-3-051 (1 digitised items)
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