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Political posters

Subject Source: TGM II, Genre and physical characteristic terms
Scope Note: Includes election campaign posters as well as posters about such social-political issues as the environment, health care, and civil rights. Also includes propaganda posters.

Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:

'All those in favour of slave labour raise your right hand', n.d. [1980s?]

Identifier: dlpc00024
Scope and Contents

Poster espousing the opinion that 'Joh's anti-union legislation is anti-democratic'. Large-scale, pop art style image of a collage of neon-coloured figures, including the heads of Margaret Thatcher and Ronald Reagan, raising one arm in salute towards a picture of Adolf Hitler on the wall. Also includes the text: 'All those in favour of slave labour raise your right hand, A.T.E.A. [Australian Telecommunications Employees Association] Art In Working Life Project'.

Dates: n.d. [1980s?]

Buchanan, Keith. Papers

 Fonds — Multiple Containers
Identifier: buck
Breif description

This collection consists of a variety of clippings, posters and other material collected by Keith Buchanan in the course of hs research. Included are strong collections of material related to the Scottish National Party and Plaid Cymru (the Party of Wales), and some interesting posters from the People's Republic of China in the 1950s. There is also a wide range of smller sets of clippings reflecting Professor Buchanan's interests.

Dates: c.1953-c.1974

Don't pull the plug on Students' Arts Council, [1992]-03-29/[1992]-03-30

 Item — Poster 14: Series NZSAS03
Identifier: NZSA90014
Scope and Contents note

Poster advertising a student referendum to vote on the future of the New Zealand Students' Arts Council. Includes a drawing of an octopus and two fish, each with instruments, and a bath plug being pulled from a plughole. Also includes the texts: 'Orientation, Capping, Festival, Free Lunchtime Entertainment, And much much more! Support New Zealand Students' Arts Council. Vote in Referendum! Mar 29 + 30'.

Dates: [1992]-03-29/[1992]-03-30

Environmental, 1980-2000?

Identifier: smitrcs001
Item listing 2 / Antarctica's wilderness and unique wildlife are threatened B&W / 210x148 / mining, meeting in Wellington, "world park" concept, Greenpeace, E.C.O., Friends of the Earth / NZ / mining / environmental / Wellington Antarctica / meeting / Greenpeace, E.C.O., Friends of the Earth, Antarctic and Southern Ocean Coalition 3 / Bill puts national parks in jeopardy / Environment and Conservation Organisations of NZ Inc, Federated Mountain Clubs of NZ Inc, Native Forest Action...
Dates: 1980-2000?

'Jim Anderton", n.d. [1980s?]

Identifier: dlpc00143
Scope and Contents

Untitled, plastic textured poster including a large-scale colour photograph of the New Zealand politician Jim Anderton. No accompanying text except for an indecipherable signature [not Jim Anderton's] in the bottom right corner. Torn in several places.

Dates: n.d. [1980s?]

'"We Can't Manage Under National" Say Low Paid', [1984?]

Identifier: dlpc00184
Scope and Contents Laminated poster encouraging readers to vote Labour because workers can't manage financially under National. Printed in black, red and white and including a small black and white photograph of a man's face in front of a photocopied pay slip from 3 June 1984. Text states: 'This is the pay slip of a married man with two children. He is a qualified cook and is paid $4.69 an hour. For 40 hours work a week he gets $156.05, can you raise a family on that? Thousands of New Zealand Workers are in...
Dates: [1984?]

Your fees are being ripped-off: NZSAC demands $30 a minute., [19??]-09-23

 Item — Poster 205: Series NZSAS03
Identifier: NZSA90205
Scope and Contents note

Poster advertising a student referendum to vote on the future of the New Zealand Students' Arts Council. Also includes the text: 'Stop the bureaucrats. Vote option 1. Referendum, Thursday September 23'.

Dates: [19??]-09-23