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BROAD, Charles John interviewed by Nancy Burnett

 Record Group — Box: 40
Identifier: H0384
Dates: 2018

BROTHERSTON, Peter Alexander interviewed by Morag Forrester

 Record Group — Box: 50
Identifier: H0544
Overview Peter's immediate environment, as a young child, was the granite, tree-covered mountains and clear waters of the Hollyford Valley. As a youth and into early adulthood it was the tussock country of the Te Anau Basin that he frequented. He was also among the early contract staff to carry out the initial task of levelling swathes of shrub and bush so that it could become productive agricultural soil. Leaving for a few years to live further south, Peter returned and worked for the Fiordland...
Dates: 2005

BROUGHTON, Robyn Denise interviewed by Jenny Campbell

 Record Group — Box: 5
Identifier: H0080
Overview This interview was recorded as part of the About Us Voices of Southland collection. In this interview Robyn talks of her early life and her family’s interest in sports, and her studies taking her to Otago University where she met her husband. This brought Robyn to Invercargill and she tells of her involvement in netball both as a player and a coach and contributions she has made to both aspects.
Dates: 2011

BROWN, Carol Ann interviewed by Morag Forrester

 Record Group — Box: 53
Identifier: H0569
Overview The face behind the voice, Carol Brown, has spent the last thirty-five years being the personal link for crews working on helicopter venison recovery or commercial fishing in the Sounds and Fiordland hinterland. From the relative comfort of her kitchen in Te Anau, Carol kept in daily contact with Alpine Helicopters staff when she first accepted the role of radio co-ordinator on a voluntary basis in 1973. Eventually, her input was recognised financially and she continues to provide radio contact...
Dates: 2007

BROWN, David Morton interviewed by Ailsa Dawson

 Record Group — Box: 4
Identifier: H0024
Overview This interview covers David’s family history, his involvement in the Army in the pacific and his shift to Lumsden in 1946 where he went into partnership in the grocery store with Ray Pickering. Later this became Brown Brothers and traded for 40 years. There is a description of how this business operated and the addition of the rural mail to it. David describes his interests which include: his rugby career, driver for St John’s Ambulance, RSA, Senior Citizens, and Lions.
Dates: 2007

BROWN, Donald George Interviewed by Pamela Smith

 Record Group — Box: 60
Identifier: H0499
Overview This interview is one of eight undertaken by Pamela Smith and Tuatapere residents conducted as part of a thesis on social change in a rural community. The completed thesis is titled "Whatever happened to Tuatapere. Are we doing very nicely thank you?". In the interviews the participants discuss their early life, aspects of life in Tuatapere and their thoughts on the community at the time of the interview and into the future.
Dates: 2008

BROWN, Errol Albert interviewed by Morag Forrester

 Record Group — Box: 53
Identifier: H0570
Overview Errol first arrived in Te Anau from Auckland to work as a ranger for the Fiordland National Park Board in the mid-1960s. He soon discovered that commercial deerhunting, a job for which he had previously gained experience as a Forest Service culler in the North Island, was a more lucrative option. At about the same time, the first helicopter assisted meathunting began in the Te Anau Basin and it wasn't long before Sir Tim Wallis invited Errol to join his deer recovery operation, Luggate Game...
Dates: 2007

BROWN, Irene Agnes interviewed by Elaine M Little

 Record Group — Box: 35
Identifier: H0316
Overview Irene Brown was born in Riverton in 1901. Her father worked on a water race and her mother was a dressmaker. In this interview, Irene recalls the deaths of two of her brothers, school days at Wild Bush and growing up in rural Southland. She describes marrying Henry Brown and activities on their farm including keeping bees, cows, chickens and growing potatoes. She discusses clothing, going to town in a gig, horses and boating at Riverton.
Dates: 1998

BROWN, James Alexander Interviewed by Edith Ruddenklau

 Record Group — Box: 60
Identifier: H0520
Overview This interview focuses on James' recollections of John George Ruddenklau.
Dates: 1999

Brown Owl Restaurant

 Record Group
Identifier: A0629

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