Compulsory cabaret for women..., n.d. [1983?]
Scope and Contents
Poster advertising a cabaret event for women to build the unions. Red line drawing of the Beehive flying 'Industrial Law Reform' flag and 'Voluntary Smash The Unions National Party' banner, plus text on cream background. Text states: 'Compulsory Cabaret for Women To Build Our Unions. Women's Sub-committee of Wgtn. Trades Council presents an evening of songs, drama and discussion about the effects of Industrial Law Reform. Caltex Lounge - 24 Taranaki St Wed. 14th Dec. 7.30 Admission Free Alcohol available'.
- n.d. [1983?]
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1 poster(s) (383 x 255 mm)
Language of Materials
- Concert posters Subject Source: TGM II, Genre and physical characteristic terms
- Labor unions -- New Zealand Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
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