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Passive Resisters' Union Temuka Meeting Flyer

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Flyer advertising a Passive Resisters' Union meeting near the Post Office, Temuka, 25 November 1912.

Passive Resisters' Union Rangiora Meeting Flyer

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Flyer advertising a Passive Resisters' Union meeting at the Institute Hall, Rangiora, 10 April 1913.

Conscription Must Be Upheld Postcard

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Postcard cartoon depicting a man, representing the New Zealand press, supporting a plinth and statue, representing conscription, against the winds of public opinion. The postcard is reprinted from the Passive Resisters' Union journal the Repeal.

The Modern Saviour Postcard

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Postcard cartoon depicting a soldier, representing the influence of jingoism and militarism, leading a group of children. The cartoon is captioned with a quote from Matthew 19:14: "Suffer the Little Children to come unto Me!" The postcard is…

Democracy Beware Postcard

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Postcard cartoon depicting a soldier shooting a striking worker. The postcard is reprinted from the Passive Resisters' Union journal the Repeal.

The Stricken Tree Postcard

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Postcard cartoon depicting a tree, representing conscription, being felled by an axe, representing public opinion. The postcard is reprinted from the Passive Resisters' Union journal the Repeal.

Children's Peace Society Invitation 1913

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Invitation to a social evening hosted by the Children's Peace Society at the Manchester Chambers, Christchurch, 23 October 1913.

Passive Resisters' Meeting Ticket 1912

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Ticket to a meeting hosted by the Passive Resisters' Union, 3 November 1912

Anti-Militarist pamphlet 1911

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Anti-Militarist Social pamphlet, 21 September 1911

Mr Herbert Corder lecture ticket 1911

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Ticket for lecture given by Herbert Corder, at the Alexandra Hall, Christchurch, 10 July 1911