JOYCE, Noel Denis interviewed by Gordon Duston
Record Group — Box: 24
In this interview Noel touches on his family history e.g., his father’s employment, where the family lived and his own education and employment as a technician in communications. He focuses on equipment and various systems used for transmission through out the South Island. On retirement he talks of his hobbies, travel and involvement with the Awarua Communication Museum as well as recalling his passion for trams e.g., talking about the various tram networks around Invercargill.
- Duston, Gordon Thomas (Interviewer, Person)
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- JOYCE, Noel Denis
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