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|Main Creator:||Labour Party (Ireland)|
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Dublin : Labour Party, [n.d., ca. 1940-49?].
This item is held in the Department of Ephemera, formerly held at call number ELE/1940-50/2.
Undated Irish Labour Party election poster. Cartoon (by an unknown artist) features a woman (wearing a headscarf), resting her hands on a fence, which she is looking over. In the background, hanging up on the washing line of her garden is a sheet that has written on it "EIRE". She is listening to her neighbour, who is shown in profile - her left hand on her left hip and has her right arm stretched out, pointing to the sheet hanging on her washing line that says "NEW ZEALAND". A speech bubble coming out of the second woman's mouth says "I have no dirty linen, Dear, I always use Labour!" Printed at bottom of poster:"Published by the Labour Party, 21 Moleworth Street, Dublin. M.P.W.".
Physical description: 1 poster : b&w ill. ; 51 x 39 cm.
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Reproduction rights owned by National Library of Ireland.