New Zealand -- Politics and government
Found in 18 Collections and/or Records:
An open open letter headed
A Social Document. Concerning the purported role played by Fintan Patrick Walsh and Sir Ernest Davis in Lee's expulsion from the Labour Party the document includes extracts from letters written to Lee by Conrad Bollinger in 1971. There is an appended note to the University Library, signed by Lee.
Collection includes, minute books, correspondence, financial records and newsletters covering the period from the formation of the organisation in July 1961 to 1971 when its operations were wound up.
Collection includes a questionnaire conducted by Dr Barry Gustafson, minutes of A.R.C. meetings and miscellaneous newsletters.
Minutes, correspondence, publicity material, submissions on Electoral Reform Bill, clippings and readings, campaign badges, financial records, papers from 9th annual conference of the Australasian Study of Parliament Group (Conference on Electoral Reform: The Parliamentary Connection, Wellington, 1987), and lecture notes. Unprocessed materials.
Records include the provisional platform of the Party, a letter, 18 January 1919, from G.K. Hart, acting honorary secretary, Auckland Branch, to G.G. Grant, Auckland; a letter, May 18 1919, from H. McK. Geddes to Dr G.W.A. Bush, enclosing the above letter and platform and providing background information; and two memoranda, May 1974, from Dr Bush to the Acting Librarian.
Papers collected by an Auckland delegate to the 60th conference of the New Zealand Labour Party. Includes agenda, financial statements, committee reports and remits for discussion.
Collection contains a minute book for the Mangere Branch of the New Zealand Labour Party. The minute book covers two periods, 1929 - 1941 and 1949 - 1950.