New Zealand Communist Party. Wellington South Branch :Shall Newtown be a slum? You can prevent this! .
Reference Number: Eph-A-HOUSING-1946-01-cover
Shows a dilapidated house by a sign for Adelaide Road. Movers are shifting furniture out of it, while a Plunket nurse cheerfully weighs a baby in the foreground. Boys play beneath a washing line, and a tram in the background carries a sign to "Use D.D.T. today". In the distance factory chimneys pour smoke into the sky.
1 image, categorised under Book illustrations, Offset printing, Ephemera, Pamphlets and Cartoons (Commentary), related to Ronald Joseph Smith, Royal New Zealand Society for the Health of Women and Children, Communist Party of New Zealand. Wellington South Branch, Newtown, Adelaide Road, Refuse and refuse disposal, Slums, Trams - New Zealand - Wellington Region, Housing - New Zealand - Wellington Region, Housewives and Infants - Health and hygiene.
New Zealand Communist Party. Wellington South Branch :Shall Newtown be a slum? You can prevent this! ., Reference Number Eph-A-HOUSING-1946-01-cover (1 digitised items)
Extent: 1 colour photo-mechanical print(s) on cover of brochure.Offset lithograph, on cover 209 x 134 mm.. Vertical imageEphemera
Historical Notes: Dated from text which mentions 1937 as "nine years ago".
Conditions governing access to original: Partial restriction - Use photographic copy where possible.
Other copies available: Colour transparency available. File print of similar image is available (Neg 1/2-C-021274; and slide).
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