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Box 19


Contains 43 Results:

DONALDSON, Emily Stirling (Betty) interviewed by Beth Cairns

 Record Group — Box: 19
Identifier: H0009
Overview This interview covers Betty's early life in Dunedin, her involvement in sports, particularly cricket and basketball at a national level, her involvement with the Women's Auxillary Air Force during World War II and her involvement in local politics, and her particular interest in the rejuvenation of South Invercargill.
Dates: 1999

Unnamed man, Betty Ingram and Lankford Smith, 1945

 Item — Box: 19
Identifier: H00090010
Overview Photograph of Betty Ingram in her Auxiliary Air Force uniform, with two uniformed men, on the right is Lankford Smith. Photographer unknown.
Dates: 1945

Betty Ingram (now Donaldson), 1945

 Item — Box: 19
Identifier: H00090011
Overview Photograph of Betty Ingram in her Women's Auxiliary uniform. Photographer unknown.
Dates: 1945

NZ Basketball Tournament 1938 - Timaru, 1938

 Item — Box: 19
Identifier: H00090009
Overview Named photograph of Southland basketball team members who attended the 1938 NZ Basketball Tournament in Timaru. Photographer unknown.
Dates: 1938

New Zealand Women's Cricket Representatives, 1938

 Item — Box: 19
Identifier: H00090012
Overview Named group photograph of the New Zealand Women's Cricket Representatives, New South Wales Tour, 1938.
Dates: 1938

McCONECHY Graham Spencer interviewed by Nancy Burnett

 Record Group — Box: 19
Identifier: H0053
Overview This interview is a topic based interview about the 1984 flood and was recorded following the 25th anniversary of the flood. In this interview Graham tells of his family history, his parent’s employment history, his life and his education in Invercargill. He did his apprenticeship as a builder but followed his interest in photography gaining employment in this field. His other interest was Citizen Brand Radio through which he was involved with Civil Defence during the 1984 floods.
Dates: 2011

BRAVEN, Wiliam Edward (Ted) interviewed by Nancy Burnett

 Record Group — Box: 19
Identifier: H0095
Overview Ted grew up at Forest Hill. In this interview he looks at his family history, describes rabbiting, trapping and the processing of the rabbits. He goes onto describe his farming life after taking over the farm after his father’s death in 1942. He was good with machinery which lead him to repairing his neighbours machinery and inventing the Suction Dredge for Gold mining when he became involved in gold mining. He tells of going hunting, tramping and climbing; of his involvement with rifle...
Dates: 2011 - 2012