PALMER, Margaret Robina interviewed by Tessa Smith
Record Group — Box: 39
This interview covers Robina's early life in Glenham where she was born and raised on a small dairy farm. Robina recounts memories of farming life, her move to Roxburgh when she was eighteen, and her time living in Invercargill as a married woman. Robina details her family's history, living through WWII and her memories of D-Day, and other memories of her childhood.
- Smith, Tessa (Interviewer, Person)
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