HARGEST, Kenneth James Wilkie interviewed by Lloyd Esler
Record Group — Box: 10
This interview covers the history and stories around Ken’s family property at Rakahook; his growing up there, his education which included attending Lincoln and subsequent running of the property when his father went to World wWr II. Ken and his mother went to see his father off on the ‘Empress of Britain’ and met the Maori Battalion. Ken discusses the depression and farming practices he adopted and his views on farming. He looks at farming in the earlier days and now in his son James time.
- Esler, Lloyd (Interviewer, Person)
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