National Library of Australia
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1291 sound tape reels.
The Hazel de Berg Collection consists of recordings of interviews and readings from many of Australia's poets, artists, writers, composers, actors, academics, publishers, librarians, scientists, anthropologists, public servants and some politicians. Paper based records include transcripts and interview background notes.
Hazel de Berg was a photographer and radiographer who dedicated her life to recording a unique collection of oral histories of people who have contributed to the culture and wealth of Australia in the 20th Century.
DCM record; National Library of Australia, Oral History and Folklore collection;
||Australians - Interviews. | Australia - History - 20th century.
||De Berg, Hazel, 1913-1984, Interviewer | National Library of Australia
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