DICKSON, Ivy May interviewed by Edith Ruddenklau
Record Group — Box: 38
Ivy talks about her family and childhood. She recalls looking after the family cows as a child. She worked at the Underwood Sugar of Milk factory after leaving school. After a housefire at their property in Makarewa, Ivy and her husband William John and their four children moved to Edendale. She recalls the biggest change in her life was the instillation of electricity.
- Ruddenklau, Edith (Interviewer, Person)
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- DICKSON, Ivy May
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