CULLEN, Heather Jean interviewed by Kelly Haydon
Record Group — Box: 17
In this interview Heather tells of her family and education at: Morton Mains School, Mataura Primary School and Gore High School as well as her tertiary education at Dunedin Training College and subjects at University. Heather recalls her reasons for becoming a teacher and her teaching career. She goes on to talk about her marriage to Peter, the building of their home, the neighbours, neighbourhood and the history behind the naming of their street (North Terrace.) In retirement she and Peter travelled in both NZ and overseas. Heather also covers her leisure time interests e.g. Womens Club, Gore Pakeke Lions, Netball and Gore Plunkett.
- Haydon, Kelly (Interviewer, Person)
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