CodeGB/BCA/3752
Person NameLaurenson; George
SurnameLaurenson
ForenamesGeorge
Catalogue
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LSE3953The two whips. Mr Laurenson has been appointed Government Whip, and Mr Hardy will act in the same capacity for the Opposition. - Daily paper. "The Spectator" hopes a trial of skill will not result in a scientific display of the art.David Low (1891-1963)17 Jun 1909LSE3953.jpg 
LSE0127Their present attitude. Laurenson: "I say, Mayor, do you mean to stand for Lyttelton?" Allison: "O, wait and see - watch the anonymous correspsondence columns."David Low (1891-1963)24 Sep 1908LSE0127.jpg 
LSE4022Troubles of a Whip. Hardy: "Well you don't look as though your job agreed with you." laurenson: "Oh, anything but that! Having to whip up all those chaps to support Joey's Land Policy is giving me heart disease - and the worst of it is that I'M the one that wants the most hitting up!"David Low (1891-1963)1909LSE4022.jpg 
LSE0256George and the Canal. The "L" Times Wellington correspondent said Mr. G. Laurenson, Chairman of the Harbour Board, did not care to comment on the Canal meeting. Reporter: "O, Mr. Laurenson, may I?" George: "No, I'm too full for words. It's a lot bigger than I thought!"David Low (1891-1963)08 Oct 1908LSE0256.jpg 
LSE0168Some New Year's Cards for the Prominent redaers[sic] of "The Spectator".David Low (1891-1963)17 Dec 1908LSE0168.jpg 
LSE0157[no caption]David Low (1891-1963)29 Oct 1908LSE0157.jpg 
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