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Transcripts, interviews, press clippings for 'Generations: grandmothers, mothers and daughters'

Bell, Diane 1987, Transcripts, interviews, press clippings for 'Generations: grandmothers, mothers and daughters' [data collection].


Field of Research 210303 Australian History (excl Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander History)
169901 Gender Specific Studies
Socio Economic Objective 970116 Expanding Knowledge through Studies of Human Society
Name of data collection Transcripts, interviews, press clippings for 'Generations: grandmothers, mothers and daughters'
Creator(s) Bell, Diane
Contributor(s) Lloyd, Jane
Kear, Val
Nash, Daphne
Genevieve, Bell
Cham, Liz
Haig, Floss
Hannah, Cheryl
Kosky, Michelle
Munro, Patti
Peel, Penny
Richards, Michiela
Date completed 1987
Material type text
ANDS collection type collection
Collection start date 1983-01-02
Collection end date 1987-03-02
Description of resource 79 files in 4 archive boxes
Keyword(s) women's lives
heirlooms
women Australia
Library of Congress subject heading Women -- Australia -- Biography -- 20th century
Families -- History
Women -- Australia -- Interviews
Generations -- Australia
Oral history -- Australia -- 20th century
Kinship -- Australia
Language eng
Summary 79 manila files in 4 archive boxes (1 file per interviewee). Comprises handwritten notes and typed transcripts of interviews with daughters who provide information about their mothers and grandmothers concerning their daily lives and objects of value to them that have been passed down through the generations. Interviews were conducted between 1983-01-02 to 1987-03-03.

Also includes some photocopies of press articles (concerning Pat Giles), a photocopy of a family heirloom (a turquoise metal player holder), a newspaper clipping (containing information about one of the interviewees), and hand drawn family trees based on the interviews.
General notes This data collection was chiefly sourced from interviews conducted in person and over the telephone. In 1986, Melbourne publishers McPhee Gribble, with Diane Bell as author, won the competitive tender from the Australian Bicentennial Authority (ABA) to write a book about women in Australia for the 1988 Bicentenary. This data collection formed the basis of that book. Additional interviewers: Jane Lloyd, Val Kear, Daphne Nash, Bell Genevieve, Liz Cham, Floss Haig, Cheryl Hannah, Michelle Kosky, Patti Munro, Penny Peel, and Michiela Richards. These interviewers were chosen by Diane Bell, from personal experience or recommendations to her. Interviewers also located interviewees, recorded and indexed the interviews. Margaret Lanigan typed most of the interview transcripts.
Contact details (email) libinfo@deakin.edu.au
Contact details (physical) Special Collections, Deakin University Library, Deakin University, 1 Gheringhap Street, Geelong, Victoria 3220 Australia
Copyright notice ┬ęDiane Bell
Access conditions 12 files available to bonafide researchers and family members; conditional access to 19 files. An additional 48 files are not accessible as permission was not received from the interviewees. Files available for consultation are only available for consultation within Special Collections, Deakin University Library. Specific permission from the University Librarian is required to consult available files within Special Collections, Deakin University Library.
Persistent URL http://hdl.handle.net/10536/DRO/DU:30035335

 
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