The Transport workers' song book by 'The Mixer' (Harry Kirk) was published in 1926. Kirk, whose photo adorns the cover, was a waterside worker based at Greymouth in the early 20th century. He wrote and performed many songs about the lives of working people, often with a satirical edge. A staunch unionist, he was for a time secretary of the Greymouth Watersiders' Union.
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Alexander Turnbull Library
Reference: The Mixer, The transport workers' song book. Wellington: New Zealand Worker Company, 1926. (B-K-1053-COVER)
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