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Amundsen, Rebecca

 Person

Interviewer for the Southland Oral History Project

Found in 73 Collections and/or Records:

Abstract of Geddes Lees (Ted) RAMSAY, 2021

 Item — Box: 29
Identifier: H01960002
Abstract GEDDES LEES (TED) RAMSAYInterviewer: Rebecca AmundsenAbstractor: Robyn PowleyInterview: 6 June 2014TRACK 100:01 Interview introduction – identification – GEDDES LEES RAMSAY – born 2/2/1932 – Recording agreement01:12 Born in CROMWELL – MAKARORA – MAUNGAWERA – North of WANAKA – father a FARM LABOURER – parents shifted in 1952 – TED moved out in 1950 – Details02:05 Farm about 800 acres – SHEEP – father a SHEPHERD –...
Dates: 2021

Abstract of Leanne Michelle HARTSTONGE, 2021

 Item — Box: 30
Identifier: H02050002
Abstract Interviewee: Leanne HartstongeInterviewer : Rebecca AmundsonAbstractor : Barbara GillamInterview Date 3rd July 2014Track 10.10 LEANNE MICHELLE HARTSTONGE1.12 Born in TIMARU. Moved to LEE STREAM, 1 hour away from DUNEDIN.1.43 Farm sold 9 years ago.1.51 Went to LEE STREAM PRIMARY.2.50 Went to see a DENTAL NURSE.3.10 Went to ST HILDA’S boarding school in DUNEDIN....
Dates: 2021

Abstract of Shona Joyce FORDYCE, 2021

 Item — Box: 29
Identifier: H01990002
Abstract SHONA JOYCE FORDYCEInterviewer: Rebecca AmundsenAbstractor: Robyn PowleyInterview: 14 June 2014TRACK 100:25 Interview introduction – identification SHONA JOYCE FORDYCE – born 8 March 1944 – Recording agreement01:09 Parents – JOHN and HENRIETTA PRINGLE (sp) from COLAC BAY – SHONA born in RIVERTON - lived at COLAC BAY – youngest of a ‘big family’ – two brothers and two sisters still living – SHONA – has always lived in...
Dates: 2021

ADAMS, Fiona Melissa interviewed by Rebecca Amundsen

 Record Group — Box: 30
Identifier: H0215
Overview This interview is part of the "Discovering Glengarry’s Community Spirit" project.
Dates: 2014

ANDERSON-HORRELL, Ruth interviewed by Rebecca Amundsen

 Record Group — Box: 36
Identifier: H0337
Overview This interview was recorded as part of a project to celebrate of 125 years of Women's Suffrage in New Zealand.
Dates: 2018

ARONSEN, Gwenith Dawn (Gwen) interviewed by Rebecca Amundsen

 Record Group — Box: 1
Identifier: H0175
Overview This interview was undertaken as part of the celebrations for the 50th Anniversary of Eastside Baptist Church in 2012. In this interview Gwenith recalls family history, memories of school days, and involvement with the Hawthorndale Baptist Church. She tells of marriage, family, their first home and the building of their second home at Wallacetown. Paul Aronsen recalls the building of Yarrow Street.
Dates: 2012

AURIK, Johanna (Hanny) interviewed by Rebecca Amundsen

 Record Group — Box: 4
Identifier: H0090
Overview Johanna discusses life in Amsterdam, her parents’ history, her childhood, education and the war in Holland and its affects e.g. bombing, lack of food, and the end of the war. She goes on to talk of coming to NZ and getting to Invercargill, employment, her marriage to Hank who was a builder, life and children in Invercargill. She recalls visits home to Holland and the Invercargill Dutch Club as well Mission Without Boarders which she set up in Southland.
Dates: 2011

BALAN Virginia Elena (Gina) interviewed by Rebecca Amundsen

 Record Group — Box: 5
Identifier: H0056
Overview This interview was recorded as part of the About Us Voices of Southland collection. This interview tells of family history, life and education under communist system in Romania. It describes the 1989 revolution and the road to democracy. Virginia discusses the process of leaving Romania in 2001 and resettling in NZ/Invercargill becoming an NZ Citizen.
Dates: 2011

BEATON, Sumaria Maureen interviewed by Rebecca Amundsen

 Record Group — Box: 35
Identifier: H0327
Overview This interview was recorded as part of a project to celebrate of 125 years of Women's Suffrage in New Zealand.
Dates: 2018

BOND, Ria Iris Daphne interviewed by Rebecca Amundsen

 Record Group — Box: 34
Identifier: H0219
Overview This interview is part of the "Discovering Glengarry’s Community Spirit" project. In this interview Ria recalls family history, early life and move with family to Invercargill from Christchurch. She recalls growing up in Glengarry and what made Glengarry a connected place. She reflects on Glengarry now. Ria also details her career as a hairdresser and her move into politics.
Dates: 2014