• Entry type: Resource
  • Entry ID: AWH001097

Interview with Beryl Miller [sound recording] Interviewer: Allison Murchie

  • Repository State Library of South Australia
  • Reference OH 253/2
  • Date Range 27-Nov-93 - 15-Jan-94
  • Description

    3 hours 30 minutes Beryl Miller was born in Geelong, Victoria, the daughter of British migrants and came to Adelaide after her marriage in 1945. She speaks about her education; joining the Eureka Youth League at fifteen; joining the Communist Party of Australia in 1952; her involvement with the Union of Australian Women, the Women’s International Democratic Federation and the Australian Peace Committee; atomic testing; leaving the Communist Party; becoming a foundation member of the Socialist Party of Australia; and representing South Australia in 1964 when the Communist Party of Australia organised the first women’s delegation to Russia.

  • Formats Sound recording (cassette) analogue
  • Access No restrictions on access
  • Finding Aid None currently available (Interview log, 12 pages, in production)

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  • See also
    • International Women's Day Committee (SA) Inc (1938 - )
  • Primary Creator
    • Miller, Beryl (1926 - )