ASHWELL, Reginald George interviewed by Pat Christiansen
Record Group — Box: 38
In this interview Reginald recalls family life in Bluff, his wife and children, the war and enlisting into the army, mutton birding, the Bluff Regatta, Stewart Island Ferries, the new Harbour, and shops in Bluff 1920s.
- Christiansen, Pat (Interviewer, Person)
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