Photo of Malcolm Fraser

Malcolm Fraser: Powerhouse Museum

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Calendar and posters (9), screen print on paper, Lucifoil Poster Collective / The Tin Sheds / University of Sydney, Australia, 1980–81 – poster,  ‘Australia will enter the eighties with enormous conference – J.M. Fraser’, photographic screen print on paper showing an image of Malcolm Fraser holding a knife, designed by Lucifoil Posters, Sydney, 1980.
Political poster,  ‘March against Fraser, put people first’, screen print on paper, red, black and yellow, showing an Aboriginal girl at the left and a procession in the background, designed by Lucifoil Posters, Sydney, 1980.

Magazine, Skippy Club Magazine, Vol. 1, No. 2, licensed from the television show Skippy the Bush Kangaroo, paper, maker unknown, Australia, 1969 – contains a letter from Fraser.

Telegram to Eileen Bowker from Fraser congratulating her on the award of the British Empire Medal, Canberra, 15 June 1977.

Poster,  ‘Second Triennial May Day Palace Revolution Ball’, screen print on paper, printed by Earthworks Poster Collective, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 1977.
Poster styled on Les Miserable stage show poster, set during the French Revolution and featuring an image of a woman clothed in blue overalls holding a rifle and raised red flag bearing the caption, ‘Come as your favourite faction’ and a young boy holding a gun in each hand, one outstretched and one pointing to the prone image of Prime Minister Fraser.

Poster,  ‘Malcolm Fraser’, screen print on paper, maker unknown, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 1972–79 – poster features a black and white caricature of Prime Minister Fraser clothed in a suit featuring a tie patterned in a dollar sign motif, squashing an ice-cream in a cone against his forehead. The lapel of the suit jacket has six buttons with ribbons attached. Each button features the caricature of former Liberal politicians with an ice-cream in a cone stuck to their forehead.

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