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CARDNO, Frana Grace interviewed by Cathy Macfie

 Record Group — Box: 15
Identifier: H0223
Overview Frana had a full and interesting life which she shares in this detailed interview. Frana talks of her family, career as a Kindergarten teacher, marriage, children, life in Te Anau, and her creation of a private Kindergarten. She looks at her passion for Fiordland and being part of the campaign to save Lake Manapouri and Te Anau from Hyrdro power development. She saw a need for a Public Library in Te Anau and lead to her being elected to the Wallace County Community Board, which lead to her...
Dates: 2014

CROMPTON, Mark Brian interviewed by Chrissy Wickes

 Record Group — Box: 33
Identifier: H0256
Dates: 2016

LAMONT, Donald Joseph interviewed by Jenny Campbell

 Record Group — Box: 6
Identifier: H0019
Overview This interview covers Donald’s early family life, his father's business and a description of their family life. He shares his experiences in the army and being in the 9th Reinforcements sent to the Middle East. Donald reflects on the effects of war and describes life after the war: marriage, going into farming through the ballot system gaining a farm in the Waikaka Valley, and the rehabilitation scheme. Joined Men of the Trees and planted several plantations.
Dates: 2009

MCCALLUM, Warrick interviewed by Robert Guyton

 Record Group — Box: 39
Identifier: H0139
Overview In this interview Warrick describes his early life in Woodend and Tisbury. He talks about his work as a butcher and later moving to Riverton. He talks about his involvement in racing and local government and his interest in conservation.
Dates: 2007

McFARLANE, Nola Patricia interview by Cathy Macfie

 Record Group — Box: 42
Identifier: H0428
Dates: 2020

NATUSCH, Sheila interviewed by Lee Wadds

 Record Group — Box: 20
Identifier: H0145
Overview Shelia tells of life and education on Stewart Island i.e. chores, teachers, enjoyment of art classes and having a love of nature. She wanted to be a writer and artist; and wrote ‘Natural World of the Trails’ and ‘Out of Our Tree’. She left home to go to Dunedin Teacher’s College and she gives a detailed account of her time there. In 1942 she had her first work published called ‘Overland to Pegasus’ in the Wanderlust magazine. She moved to Wellington and worked for the Dominion Museum – then did...
Dates: 2008

The Men of the Trees Southland Inc

 Record Group
Identifier: A0538
Dates: Majority of material found within 1958 - 2015