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Box 45


Contains 28 Results:

WILDERMOTH, Violet May interviewed by Edith Ruddenklau

 Record Group — Box: 45
Identifier: H0474
Overview In this interview Violet recalls family history, education, her apprenticeship as a Tailoress and Invercargill history e.g., the building of the Stead Street Bridge in 1922, steam boats on the Estuary, her father becoming Mayor of South Invercargill Borough and her marriage.
Dates: 1991

Abstract of Violet May WILDERMOTH, 1991

 Item — Box: 45
Identifier: H04740002
Abstract VIOLET MAY WILDERMOTHRecorded: 23 January 1991 Interviewer: Edith RuddenklauAbstracter: Edith Ruddenklau (Retyped by Jean Hawkes) PLEASE NOTE THAT THE ABSTRACT USES THE ORIGINAL TAPE TIMINGS TAPE ONE Side A00:04 VIOLET MAY WILDERMOTH born 28 September 189900:12 [FATHER]: JOHN MITCHELL – Born St IVES, CORNWALL To NEW ZEALAND aged 14 – Carrier for WILLIAM TODD and COMPANY, AUCTIONEERS,...
Dates: 1991

TUCKEY, James William Luke interviewed by Kay Ward

 Record Group — Box: 45
Identifier: H0478
Overview In this interview James covers a range of topics including: his family, residences/addresses, employment, interests and memories of the Invercargill CBD in earlier days. Some of the businesses he recalls included: Reins, Broad Smalls, the Brown Owl, McKenzie’s, Woolworths and various hotels e.g., Deshler’s and the Cecil. James worked for H&J Smiths for 35 years as the credit manager.
Dates: 1998