WALKER, Ronald Lancelot interviewed by Rebecca Amundsen
Record Group — Box: 23
This interview cover’s Ronald’s early life in Riverton and account of parents and siblings interests and achievements. Ronald talks of training to be a school teacher, and his contribution to education in Southland i.e. teacher, University Extension, WEA and Enrich Centre. He also talks of his own strengths, interests and philosophy in relation to education delivery; as well as his Imperial Relations Bursary.
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