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Ros Bowden - interviews conducted for radio programmes and documentaries

Title
Ros Bowden - interviews conducted for radio programmes and documentaries
Repository
Mitchell and Dixson Libraries Manuscripts Collection, State Library of New South Wales
Reference
CY MLOH 304/32-35
Date Range
c. 1975 - 1989
Description

1977; 'Work of Equal Value', a series of four programmes dealing with women's work throughout Australian history.
Interview with Harriette Peterson. Peterson discusses her working life as a domestic. (Locn No.: CY MLOH 304/24)
Interview with Daisy Wackett. Wackett talks about being a housewife at the turn of the twentieth century. (Locn No.: CY MLOH 304/25 and CY MLOH 304/30 and CY MLOH 304/36)
Interview with Beatrice Taylor who began her teaching career in 1911. (Locn No.: CY MLOH 304/25 and CY MLOH 304/36)
Interview with Zoe O'Leary. O'Leary talks about growing up during the depression of the 1930s. (Locn No.: CY MLOH 304/26-29)
Interview with Ruth Higgins. Higgins talks about the depression of the 1930s. (Locn No.: CY MLOH 304/31)
Interview with Eileen Powell. (Locn No.: CY MLOH 304/32-35)
Interview with Kath Buckley about her work during World War II. (Locn No.: CY MLOH 304/37-38)
Interview with Madina Douglas. Douglas discusses her work as a nurse during World War I. (Locn No.: CY MLOH 304/39-40)
Interview with Edna Woolcock. Woolcock talks about the depression of the 1930s, and life as the mother of five children. (Locn No.: CY MLOH 304/41-43)
Interview with Mary Gwynne. Gwynne, aged 92, talks about life as a housewife at the turn of the twentieth century. (Locn No.: CY MLOH 304/44-47)
Interview with Joy Muir. Muir talks about voluntary services and the Housewives Association. (Locn No.: CY MLOH 304/48-50)
Interview with Madeline Kemster. Kemster talks about having been born in a bark hut and growing up in the Australian bush. (Locn No.: CY MLOH 304/51-55)
Interview with Flo Davis. Davis talks about being a unionist and the equal pay for equal work fight. (Locn No.: CY MLOH 304/56-58)
Interview with Mrs Ted Bailey who talks about her upbringing in the Australian bush. (Locn No.: CY MLOH 304/59-60)
Interview with Yvonne Meyers. Meyers talks about life during the depression of the 1930s and World War II. (Locn No.: CY MLOH 304/61-63)
Interview with Edna Ryan. Ryan talks mainly about her books on women and work. (Locn No.: CY MLOH 304/64-66)
Interview with Jean Arnot. Arnot talks about the fight for equal pay for equal work in relation to the Mitchell Library. (Locn No.: CY MLOH 304/67-68)
Interview with Lila Thornton. Thornton talks about the depression of the 1930s, and her husband who was a leading unionist. (Locn No.: CY MLOH 304/69-70)
Interview with Elizabeth Wakefield. Wakefield talks about the Australian Labor Party and being a pacifist. (Locn No.: CY MLOH 304/71-73)
Interview with Margaret Watts. Watts talks about being a pacifist, and work in the factories during World War II. (Locn No.: CY MLOH 304/74-75)
Interview with Elizabeth Mattick. Mattick talks about the Teachers Federation and the fight for equal pay for equal work. (Locn No.: CY MLOH 304/76)
Interview with Gwen Georges. Georges talks about the fight for equal pay for equal work. (Locn No.: CY MLOH 304/77)1977; 'Work of Equal Value', a series of four programmes dealing with women's work throughout Australian history.
Interview with Harriette Peterson. Peterson discusses her working life as a domestic. (Locn No.: CY MLOH 304/24)
Interview with Daisy Wackett. Wackett talks about being a housewife at the turn of the twentieth century. (Locn No.: CY MLOH 304/25 and CY MLOH 304/30 and CY MLOH 304/36)
Interview with Beatrice Taylor who began her teaching career in 1911. (Locn No.: CY MLOH 304/25 and CY MLOH 304/36)
Interview with Zoe O'Leary. O'Leary talks about growing up during the depression of the 1930s. (Locn No.: CY MLOH 304/26-29)
Interview with Ruth Higgins. Higgins talks about the depression of the 1930s. (Locn No.: CY MLOH 304/31)
Interview with Eileen Powell. (Locn No.: CY MLOH 304/32-35)
Interview with Kath Buckley about her work during World War II. (Locn No.: CY MLOH 304/37-38)
Interview with Madina Douglas. Douglas discusses her work as a nurse during World War I. (Locn No.: CY MLOH 304/39-40)
Interview with Edna Woolcock. Woolcock talks about the depression of the 1930s, and life as the mother of five children. (Locn No.: CY MLOH 304/41-43)
Interview with Mary Gwynne. Gwynne, aged 92, talks about life as a housewife at the turn of the twentieth century. (Locn No.: CY MLOH 304/44-47)
Interview with Joy Muir. Muir talks about voluntary services and the Housewives Association. (Locn No.: CY MLOH 304/48-50)
Interview with Madeline Kemster. Kemster talks about having been born in a bark hut and growing up in the Australian bush. (Locn No.: CY MLOH 304/51-55)
Interview with Flo Davis. Davis talks about being a unionist and the equal pay for equal work fight. (Locn No.: CY MLOH 304/56-58)
Interview with Mrs Ted Bailey who talks about her upbringing in the Australian bush. (Locn No.: CY MLOH 304/59-60)
Interview with Yvonne Meyers. Meyers talks about life during the depression of the 1930s and World War II. (Locn No.: CY MLOH 304/61-63)
Interview with Edna Ryan. Ryan talks mainly about her books on women and work. (Locn No.: CY MLOH 304/64-66)
Interview with Jean Arnot. Arnot talks about the fight for equal pay for equal work in relation to the Mitchell Library. (Locn No.: CY MLOH 304/67-68)
Interview with Lila Thornton. Thornton talks about the depression of the 1930s, and her husband who was a leading unionist. (Locn No.: CY MLOH 304/69-70)
Interview with Elizabeth Wakefield. Wakefield talks about the Australian Labor Party and being a pacifist. (Locn No.: CY MLOH 304/71-73)
Interview with Margaret Watts. Watts talks about being a pacifist, and work in the factories during World War II. (Locn No.: CY MLOH 304/74-75)
Interview with Elizabeth Mattick. Mattick talks about the Teachers Federation and the fight for equal pay for equal work. (Locn No.: CY MLOH 304/76)
Interview with Gwen Georges. Georges talks about the fight for equal pay for equal work. (Locn No.: CY MLOH 304/77)

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