Play, For the vote

Production date
09 Jul 1993
Current rights
All Rights Reserved

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About this object
For the vote - The trials and tribulations of women in New Zealand fighting for the vote 100 years ago was told by members of Presbyterian Women in Hawke's Bay at Saint Columbas' Church in Taradale yesterday.
Prominent suffragette Kate Milligan Edger, played by association vice-president Hellen Eyles, tells the story of the women's franchise movement to Ted Mead, one of the two men in the play.

Hellen is wearing glasses, standing at microphone in shawl and reading from material on a lecturn. Man in top-hat sits in front listening. Photograph taken 09 July 1993 and published in the newspaper on that date.
Production technique
Media/Materials description
A strip of three negatives on the same subject.
Height x Width: 20 x 35mm
Subject person
Subject period
Subject date
09 Jul 1993
Current rights
Collection of Hawke's Bay Museums Trust, Ruawharo Tā-ū-rangi, A/1993/07/09/03/28
Credit line
gifted by the Daily Telegraph
Other number(s)
A/1993/07/09/03/28, 53568

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