The Womens Suffrage MuralThe Womens Suffrage Mural - was part of a nation-wide initiative by the National Council of Women to provide artworks and events across the country to commemorate NZ women winning the right - the first in the world - to vote. This mural honours the Aucklanders who worked towards the goal of women's right to vote. It is a collaborative work by Jan and well-known Auckland artist Claudia Pond Eyley. The project was funded jointly by the National Council of Women and the Auckland City Council. It took 6 months to produce, and was unveiled on on Womens Suffrage Day, September 19th 1993. It remains a prominent feature of Te Ha Hine Place - formerly Khartoum Place - and has now been declared a historical memorial ' protected in perpetuity '.