Smith, Ashley W., 1948- :News. In response to plans to break up Queens Wharf, an Auckland history prof. said 'if you trample a city's roots you trample its dreams'. New Zealand Shipping Gazette, 5 May 2001.
Reference Number: DX-023-174
Shows a contortionist with 'Queens wharf' written on his forehead and 'Auckland' written on his bottom. He is bending over backwards and stamping his heavy boots on his forehead. A thought bubble of large footprints is called 'dreams'.
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Smith, Ashley W., 1948- :News. In response to plans to break up Queens Wharf, an Auckland history prof. said 'if you trample a city's roots you trample its dreams'. New Zealand Shipping Gazette, 5 May 2001., Reference Number DX-023-174 (1 digitised items)
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