close this bookTrainee nurse in 1950s : "But the patients were so kind to us"
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Relationships [cont]

Talks about her relationship with her husband to be from the beginning, mentions chemists in Beerescourt, photography, her home in Beerescourt, her mother being the Beerescourt Postmistress, her sister getting weighed at the chemists, Kia Ora Private Hospital, her brother, the Vicar, her arrival home in August and her sister's death the next April. Her parents rented a flat in Rotorua.