- Item Title
- Stephanie Martin interviewed by Ros Bowden in the Women of the land oral history project
- National Library of Australia, Oral History & Folklore Section
- ORAL TRC 3406/29
Martin speaks of her farming background, her school years in Adelaide, the changes during WWII with local concentration camps for the Germans and Italians, her acquisition of a farm in Marananga, learning her farm management skills from helping her father, her current management of a piggery, her involvement in the Australian Farm Management Society, her expansion into other farms and their own line of fine-wool sheep, her involvement in wool-classing, her concern for the land as families are bought out by big business and replaced by professional managers.
Recorded in 1995
- 1 Sound cassette
- Written permission required for research, personal copies and public use during the lifetime of the interviewee.
- Finding Aid
Transcript available (typescript, 21 leaves)
Stephanie Martin interviewed by Ros Bowden in the Women of the land oral history project
Related Archival resources
Related Published resources
- Bowden, Ros, Women of The Land: Stories of Australia's Rural Women as told to Ros Bowden, ABC Books, Sydney, 1995. Details