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'A Unique Wartime Photograph'
A scan of a photograph reproduced in The Working Woman, March 1936, of conscientious objectors exercising in Paparua Prison, 1918
Tags: Paparua Prison
'Back to Civilization'
Robin and Fred Page were keen trampers and did several challenging trips in the mountains. They are seen here with their climbing companions at Mt Cook on 2 January 1922. From left to right: Fred Page, Robin Page, E J Corcoran, E D R Smith, G A G…
'Conscription in New Zealand and Australia' pamphlet
The front page of a pamphlet compiled and published by T.C. Gregory of Bristol which contains writing from both Britain and New Zealand. Included are an article by E.H.C. Ridder of Christchurch, the Maoriland Workers 'Roll of Honour', and a reprint…
'Don't Emigrate to New Zealand! Why?' Leaflet
A one-page leaflet published by T. C. Gregory of Bristol which warns against emigrating to New Zealand on one side, with warnings about Australia and South Africa on the reverse side.
Lincoln Efford's card that states 'My Religion', from the Socialist Sunday School, 1920s.
'New Zealand and Conscription: The Sellar Case' pamphlet
A four-page pamphlet published by T. C. Gregory of Bristol which features the Sellar family who returned to Britain after their two sons resisted compulsory military training and spent time in Whanganui Prison as a result.
'Off to Ripa Island'
This cartoon from the Maoriland Worker newspaper shows passive resisters being marched to Ripapa Island in Lyttleton Harbour.
Tags: Cartoon, Maoriland Worker, passive resisters, Ripapa
'Paparua Prison – In Memory of Those Who Suffered for Conscience Sake 1916 - 1919'
A photograph of 60 signatures of conscientious objectors who spent time in Paparua Prison
'The Hand that Rocks the Cradle Rules the World'
'The Hand that Rocks the Cradle Rules the World', a pamphlet produced by the National Peace Council and the Anti-Militarist League in August 1913.
'To the Women of New Zealand'
A pamphlet written by Ada Wells and Sarah Page and published by the National Peace Council
Machine gun in Avon River
This machine gun, captured in the South African war was on display in the city. It was rolled into the river in September 1912. The PRU denied all…