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Pam Fielding interviewed by Rob Willis in the Rob Willis folklore collection

Title
Pam Fielding interviewed by Rob Willis in the Rob Willis folklore collection
From
Rob Willis Folklore Collection
Repository
National Library of Australia, Oral History and Folklore Collection
Reference
ORAL TRC 5747/61
Description

Folkloric recording. Pam Fielding, born 1945, has spent her entire working life in farming. Fielding talks about her early life, education and starting work on the family property; the changes in agriculture over the years and her thoughts on farming in the current era including the growing of opium poppies in Tasmania; her love of music and playing keyboards in the Woodfield's orchestra. Interview recorded in 2007. 1 soundrecording, 48 minutes long.

Quantity
1 Sound file
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