Union members with a cake marking the first birthday of their picket outside the Meat Board in Wellington - Photograph taken by John Nicholson, 14 Aug 1984
Reference Number: EP/1984/3824/27-F
Union members with a cake marking the first birthday of their picket outside the Meat Board's headquarters in Wellington. From left: Jimmy Woods (secretary of the Seamen's Union), Dave Morgan (president of the Seamen's Union), and Paul Palmer (assistant secretary of the Cooks' and Stewards' Union). Photograph taken on the 14th of August 1984 by Evening Post staff photographer John Nicholson.
Union members with a cake marking the first birthday of their picket outside the Meat Board in Wellington - Photographs taken by John Nicholson, Reference Number EP/1984/3824-F (1 digitised items)
Further negatives of the Evening Post newspaper, Reference Number PAColl-7327-2 (1639 digitised items)
The Dominion Post :Photographic negatives and prints of the Evening Post and Dominion newspapers, Reference Number PAColl-7327 (2038 digitised items)
Extent: 1 b&w original negative(s) (Individual image on negative strip)Cellulose triacetate negative, 35mm. Horizontal imageSingle negative
Historical Notes: Every day for a year, Union members had been protesting that not enough of New Zealand exports were carried by New Zealand ships, and that the use of foreign vessels to carry exports had taken job opportunities for New Zealand seamen.
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