PULLAR, Gordon Joseph interviewed by Marg McDougall
Record Group — Box: 2
Gordon looks at his family history, growing up in Kaiwera, his family home and daily life e.g. food clothing, games chores, religion and education through to secondary school. During the war he was involved with the Home Guard – First Aid Group and discusses the war and its affects. He goes on to the social life of the time, his meeting of and marriage to Margaret, the trials of building their first home, children and the gaining of a Nuffield Scholarship and what this meant.
- McDougall, Marg (Interviewer, Person)
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