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Record Group — Container: Box 22
Overview This interview is part of the Gorge Road Collection. In this interview Mary talks of her family history and immigration from Ireland. Her family moved to a farm close to the Waituna Lagoon. She describes Kapuka South School, transport to school, classroom setup and general school day of the era. The family had an orchard in Roxbourgh. Mary began playing the piano when at secondary school and details her various experiences playing in the community. She goes on to describe the family farm,...
Record Group — Box: 27
Overview In this interview Margaret gives a brief history of her family, her education at North School and Southland Girls High School. Whilst Margaret’s mother was a piano teacher Margaret was taught by Marianne Halliday starting at 9 years old. She went onto be a piano teacher herself and describes her feelings towards piano playing, the examinations and qualifications. Margaret also reflects on her long involvement/career of playing the organ first at North Invercargill Presbyterian Church before...
Record Group — Box: 20
Overview This interview was recorded as part of the Wendon Valley Research Project. Lily covers family history in Wendon Valley as a farming family. She recalls her memories of living and growing up there e.g. dances in the woolshed, playing table tennis with the Lamb family, school and school friends. One of these being Jean McIntre who went on to teach music at Trinity College and put a concert on at Carnegie Hall. Lily tells of her marriage and association with Anglican Church where she was an...
Record Group — Box: 3
Overview In this interview Betty talks of her early life and education at Glenham and Wyndham, of learning to play the piano and later becoming a piano teacher in the district. In 1950 Betty joined a women’s choir and she talks of her involvement with this group and their achievements for 25 years.
Dates: Majority of material found within 2010 - 2011
Record Group — Box: 31
Overview In this interview Peter tells of his life and times on his family farm at Waikawa/Progress Valley. He talks of farming practice, the family interest in music which lead to the formation of the Possum Pickers Band. Peter also tells of his involvement in Rugby and his interest in fishing.
Record Group — Box: 38
Overview In this interview, Muriel speaks of her brothers Gordon, Alex and John Lindsay and their upbringing in a musical family in Invercargill.
Dates: 1922 - 1922
Overview This collection contains material relating to the Invercargill Garrison Band. It includes a large number of band photographs, as well as photos of other national bands (including the Invercargill Hibernian Band). A record of the bands performances can be found in the assorted programmes, posters, awards, and newspaper clippings. Other ephemera, correspondance, financial records, Jubilee/Centennial information, and sheet music, as well as Honour Boards for World War I are also included in the...
Dates: Majority of material found within c.1874 - 2008
Dates: Majority of material found within 1948 - 1963
- Subject: Music X
- Southland Oral History Project 12
- Invercargill City Libraries and Archives 4
- Music 15
- Oral history 12
- Music -- Societies, etc. 5
- Invercargill (N.Z.) 4
- Eastern Southland (N.Z.) 2
- Oral history - About Us Voices of Southland Collection, 2011 2
- Agriculture 1
- Brass bands 1
- Central Southland (N.Z.) 1
- Coal mines and mining 1
- Farm life 1
- Gorge Road (N.Z.) 1
- Lumsden (N.Z.) 1
- Nightcaps (N.Z.) 1
- Oral History - Gorge Road Collection 1
- Oral History - History of First Church, Invercargill 1
- Oral History - Wendon Valley Research Project 1
- Photographs 1
- Tokanui (N.Z.) 1
- Waikawa (N.Z.) 1
- Wendon Valley (N.Z.) 1
- Winton (N.Z.) 1
- World War, 1939-1945 1 ∧ less
- Amundsen, Rebecca 1
- Burnett, Nancy 1
- Campbell, Jenny 1
- Edmonston, Margaret Ida 1
- Evans, Lily Eva 1