Sonja Davies, with son Mark and daughter Penny, welcomes her husband, Charlie, on his arrival home from an international labour conference in 1964. Both Sonja and Charlie became involved with the Labour Party and politics through their membership of the New Zealand Workers’ Union.
Tāngia te kōrero katoa
Te whakamahi i tēnei tūemi
Reference: Sonja Davies, Bread and Roses: her story. Masterton: Fraser Books, 1984, between pp. 160–161.
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