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"I thought I'd learnt everything at 15 ; "a teenager during

the 1940s

An interview with Ivan Brown

HAMILTON PUBLIC LIBRARY

ORAL HISTORY PROGRAMME

YOUTH ORAL HISTORY PROJECT

OH 0232

INTERVIEW WITH : Ivan Brown

DATE : 19 June 1995

INTERVIEWER : Megan Peinell

ABSTRACT BY : Megan Peinell


Contents:

Background Effects of War on life
Socialising Music
Playing with friends Pocket Money
Going to work Leaving School
Community Picture Theatre
Dances End of War
Photography and Film Fashions
Bodgies and Widgies / Milkbar Cowboys Wedding in 1945
Smoking and Drinking Local Maori
Religion War

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