DUMBLE, Myrtle Eileen interviewed by Janice Templeton
Record Group — Box: 34
Scope and Contents
Audio recorded on a Marantz 671 Digital Recorder with AKG table top microphone.
- Templeton, Janice (Interviewer, Person)
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Language of Materials
In this interview Myrtle tells of her time training and working at Riverton Hospital. She gives a description of her training, the set up of the wards, patient numbers, beds, wages and living conditions. She also looks at life and social life on days off.
- DUMBLE, Myrtle Eileen
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