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A Popular Vision: The Arts and the Left in New Zealand 1930-1950

Secondary Sources

Secondary Sources

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(iii) Unpublished papers and theses

Atkinson, L., 'Unity Theatre and Wellington'. Unpublished chapter (consulted with the permission of the author)

Barrowman, R. E., 'Culture and the Left in New Zealand, 1930-1950'. MA thesis, History, Victoria University of Wellington, 1987

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Smart, J. R., 'Art and Social Comment in New Zealand 1930-1982'. MA thesis, Art History, University of Canterbury, 1982