Lee Martin (politician)

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Lee Martin
William Lee Martin.jpg
15th Minister of Agriculture
In office
6 December 1935 21 January 1941
Political offices
Preceded by Minister of Agriculture
1935–1941
Succeeded by
New Zealand Parliament
Preceded by Member of Parliament for Raglan
1927–1931

1935–1943
Succeeded by
Preceded by
Stewart Reid
Succeeded by