TEMPLETON, Allen James interviewed by Lynne Grove
Record Group — Box: 11
In this interview Allen talks of his interest in poetry and writing his own poetry as well as detailed accounts of hunting trips taken as a child. He describes trapping possums, hunting pigs and deer and training hunting dogs. He tells of a trip to England by boat in 1963. On returning to Tuatapere he returned to possuming and worked at sawmilling. He goes onto to describe and explain the workings of the mill and machinery.
- Grove, Lynne (Interviewer, Person)
Conditions Governing Access
Access to oral history recordings is via the Archives Research Room only. We are unable to provide access to this material remotely. Where access agreements allow, abstracts, audio extracts and photographs will be accessible online.
Conditions Governing Use
This material is copyright of the Invercargill City Libraries and Archives. In accordance with agreements held with interviewees, it is strictly prohibited to reproduce (copy) oral history recordings, abstracts, audio extracts or photographs without prior written consent. Applications for the reproduction of these recordings and associated materials, in whole or part, must be made in writing to the Southland Oral History Project Coordinator, c/o Invercargill City Libraries and Archives.
Language of Materials
- TEMPLETON, Allen James
- Language of description
- Script of description