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open this document and view contentsA Presbyterian upbringing at Bruntwood in the 1950s; an interview with Anne Whyte
open this document and view contentsA Teenage Salvationist in the 1940s; an interview with Dot Hildreth
open this document and view contentsA golden childhood on the late 1920's; an interview with Muriel Bowden
open this document and view contentsA teenager in Hamilton in the late 1930s; an interview with Jess Ralph
open this document and view contentsCountry childhood in 1950s; an interview with Norman Colin Keyte
open this document and view contents"Everyone went to town on Friday nights" : a teenager in the 1940s; an interview with Shirley Page
open this document and view contentsEarly years in Claudelands : 1920s - 1930s; an interview with Jeannette Ward
open this document and view contents"For a long time you didn't believe that it was real" : living through World War II in Hamilton; an interview with Joan Cumming
open this document and view contents"Friday night was a big night in Hamilton" : the Golden Mile during the 1940s; an interview with Desree Sorensen
open this document and view contentsFarming folk in 1950s; an interview with Clodagh Kendal
open this document and view contentsFriday night parading as a teenager in the 1940s; an interview with Bill Pope
open this document and view contentsFrom the Depression to the Ammunition Factory : teenage years in the 1930s and 1940s; an interview with Dorrie Connelly
open this document and view contentsGirls' Brigader in the 1940s; an interview with Shirley Houghton
open this document and view contents"He's a mighty lucky feller" : American troops in town during World War II; an interview with Muriel Bertram
open this document and view contents"I could have been an Admiral" : career ambitions in the 1960s; an interview with Delwin Young
open this document and view contents"I knew every single person in that school" : country life in the 1950s; an interview with Margaret Whitsitt
open this document and view contents"I made friends for life; an interview with Rob Comer
open this document and view contents"I thought I'd learnt everything at 15 ; "a teenager during the 1940s; an interview with Ivan Brown
open this document and view contents"I was too busy going bush" : a teenager in the 1940s; an interview with Les Garrett
open this document and view contents"I wasn't very lucky with teachers. We had a few very crabby ones"1920's childhood; an interview with Bert Bowler
open this document and view contents"If there was trouble at school I was always in it" : primary school during World War II; an interview with Lester Bowler
open this document and view contentsLiving in Commerce Street Frankton in the 1930s : an urban experience; an interview with Mary Leonard
open this document and view contentsMemories of candy floss : summer and winter shows in the 1950s; an interview with Fay Dwyer
open this document and view contentsMorrinsville in the 1950s; an interview with Patricia Lange
View the documentNotes Supplied by Bill Pope; an interview with Bill Pope
View the documentNotes Supplied by Ray Parkinson; an interview with Ray Parkinson