DUSTON, Gordon Thomas interviewed by Seona Craig
Record Group — Box: 29
This interview is part of the Awarua Radio Communications Museum collection. In this interview Gordon recalls involvement with Awarua Communication Museum, fundraising for this and some of the identities involved in this project. He also looks at his career starting with his employment at the Post Office Lines Branch, marriage and joining Southland Tramping Club. He recalls his work on the Deep Cove Project, Tiwai Aluminum Smelter and various other businesses around Invercargill
- Craig, Seona (Interviewer, Person)
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