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[Talking history program on the National Library's Oral History section and the Hazel de Berg Collection] / [sound recording] / [Compiled by : Tim Bowden].

Title
[Talking history program on the National Library's Oral History section and the Hazel de Berg Collection] / [sound recording] / [Compiled by : Tim Bowden].
Repository
National Library of Australia, Reading Room
Date Range
1989
Description

Devised for the Talking history program following the official opening of the National Library's new Oral History and Sound Preservation studios and reading room. The program also features the Hazel de Berg Oral History collection, held in the National Library. Those recorded include the Governor-General Bill Hayden, Mark Cranfield - chief Oral History Officer (N.L.A.), Diana Rich (De Berg's daughter), Harold White (former National Librarian), Hazel De Berg and Dame Mary Gilmore.

Quantity
1 tape reel
Access
Open access

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