SUTTON, Roger Robertson interviewed by Beth Cairns
Record Group — Box: 19
In this interview Roger recalls his childhood memories and his strong interest in wild life/local history. He goes on to describe his war years and where he was posted. On returning home he details his work the protection of wild life through numerous organisations including: the Southland Acclimation Society, QE 11 National Trust, Catchment Board, Fisheries and Wildlife Management and details the Manapouri Power Station Project.
- Cairns, Beth (Interviewer, Person)
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