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Interview with Amy Wheaton [sound recording] Interviewer: Jean Teasdale

Title
Interview with Amy Wheaton [sound recording] Interviewer: Jean Teasdale
Repository
State Library of South Australia, Mortlock Library of South Australiana
Reference
OH 273
Date Range
1980
Description

An interview with the eminent South Australian social worker Amy Wheaton by a former student. Amy Grace Wheaton, nee Priest, was born in Gawler. The interview focusses on her education and training in Adelaide and London and her establishment of the School of Social University in 1936. Mrs Wheaton was diffident about being interviewed and chose at times during the interview to read from prepared notes. Full transcript available (27 pages).

Formats
Sound recording

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