BECK, Russell Joseph interviewed by Cathy Macfie
Record Group — Box: 14
In this interview Russell tells of his early life, education, family background and how this influenced his interests and later career. He began working at Southland Museum and later became the Director. Russell details his career, the development of the Museum and his retirement sculptural projects using both Oamaru Stone and Metal. Throughout the interview he talks of his family, their achievements and the support/partnership of his wife Ann whose skills complimented his own.
- Macfie, Cathy (Interviewer, Person)
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