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Arthur Yates & Co. Ltd, Sydney and Auckland 1899 - Pansies Garden Catalogs, Plant Catalogs, Seed Catalogs, Nz History, Decoupage, Seed Art, Vintage Seed Packets, Seed Packaging, Vintage Gardening

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Women vote at their first election, Tahakopa A brief history of voting in New Zealand - Election - The Wireless Nz History, History Online, Women In History, Old Photos, Vintage Photos, Polling Stations, Right To Vote, Voter Registration, New Zealand

Women voting in 1893

Women vote for the first time at a polling station in the tiny South Otago settlement of Tahakopa on 28 November 1893.

livingnowisliving: “Leslea Parrish saved to Vintage: WPA, Health/Safety & Goverment Programs New Zealand Public Health Department Poster ” Nz History, Social Behavior, All Things New, Health Department, Historical Pictures, Social Events, Public Relations, Public Health, Health And Safety

New Zealand Railways. Publicity Branch :Don't spit! It's disgusting and dangerous. Issued by the New Zealand Department of Health. E V Paul, Government Printer, Wellington [ca 1945] | National Library of New Zealand

Health Department poster warning against spitting shows a large blob of sputum superimposed upon a street scene with many pedestrains walking abou...

'New Zealand wants domestic servants; good homes, good wages'. Cover of Information about New Zealand for domestic servants issued by the High Commissioner for New Zealand. Nz History, History Online, Posters Uk, Old Images, Vintage Images, Kiwiana, Vintage Travel Posters, Military Art, Vintage Advertisements

Domestic servants wanted poster

'New Zealand wants domestic servants; good homes, good wages'. Cover of Information about New Zealand for domestic servants issued by the High Commissioner for New Zealand. London, circa 1912

Personal Flag of HM The Queen of New Zealand Nz History, History Online, New Zealand Flag, Edge Of Tomorrow, Hampton Beach, Hm The Queen, World Globes, King Henry, Military Art

The Queen's personal flag for NZ

The Queen's Personal Flag for New Zealand symbolises the fact that Queen Elizabeth II is the Queen of New Zealand.

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New Zealand 80's Kids Love All These Memories

Growing up in the 80's was full of all these classic memories!

Group modeling new police uniforms. They are (from left) Chief Superintendent B W Gibson. Linda Tideswell, in the new policewomen's uniform. Police Uniforms, Police Officer, Nz History, Kiwiana, All Blacks, What Is Like, New Zealand, Past, Scene

New uniforms for the New Zealand Police | National Library of New Zealand

Group modeling new police uniforms. They are (from left) Chief Superintendent B W Gibson. Linda Tideswell, in the new policewomen's uniform. Se...

Mid Tip-Top Ice Cream Range Poster - New Zealand - Wow look at the prices! Tip Top Ice Cream, Ice Cream Prices, 1980s Food, New Zealand Food, Nz History, Nz Art, Kiwiana, All Things New, 80s Kids

New Zealand 80's Kids Love All These Memories

Growing up in the 80's was full of all these classic memories!

New Zealand Emigration Poster Vintage Travel Posters, Vintage Ads, Vintage Photos, Air New Zealand, New Zealand Travel, Nz History, Family History, Kiwiana, History Of Photography

Emigration poster

In the 1850s Auckland province offered 40 acres (16 hectares) for any immigrant to the province who was likely to become a 'useful colonist', plus another 20 acres (8 hectares) for any child aged five to 18. Such immigration advertising helped to establish the idea that New Zealand was a pastoral...

View of a comet in the sky above Mt Taranaki (Egmont) and Parihaka, taken 4 October by Thomas S Muir. Identification of photographer from re. Nz History, History Online, Family History, Maori People, Maori Designs, New Zealand Art, Maori Art, Kiwiana, Papua New Guinea

Parihaka, Mt Egmont and comet

Retouched photograph showing a comet over Mt Egmont/Taranaki and Parihaka village

New Zealand 1 Dollar Front: HM Queen Elisabeth II; Back: Clematis plant;

Old New Zealand One Dollar Note front & back

poster, Complete victory if you eat less bread, Free Coloring Sheets, Coloring Books, Nz History, Museum Plan, Botanical Drawings, How To Eat Less, Online Images, Teaching Art, Booklet

Yes - complete victory if you eat less bread

WW1, poster, Complete victory if you eat less bread, 1917-1918 #coloringin #colorourcollections #colouringbook

Pokiha modeling a fine flax cloak decorated with a broad taniko border along its bottom edge. Photograph taken by James Ingram McDonald at Koroniti, in Cloaks decorated with taniko on the bottom edge only are called kaitaka patea Cyberpunk Fashion, Emo Fashion, Fashion Bags, Gothic Fashion, Bags Online Shopping, Online Bags, Polynesian People, Maori People, Maori Designs

Pokiha modeling a fine flax cloak decorated with taniko, at Koroniti | National Library of New Zealand

Pokiha modeling a fine flax cloak decorated with a broad taniko border along its bottom edge. Photograph taken by James Ingram McDonald at Koroniti...

The only National Memorial in Christchurch and the only New Zealand monument depicting the fight for women’s suffrage.

The Kate Sheppard Memorial, Oxford Terrace

New Zealand was the first self-governing country in the world to grant women the right to vote with The Electoral Act being passed in 1893. This Christchurch monument depicts life size figures of leading suffragette Kate Sheppard and other important members of the New Zealand suffrage movement. Kate Shepphard organised petitions to New Zealand's Parliament...