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Margaret McKay interviewed by Jenny Gall [sound recording]
Bib ID 1603343
Format AudioAudio, OnlineOnline [sound recording]
Author
McKay, Margaret, 1915-2003, Interviewee
 
Online Versions
Access Conditions Access open for research, personal copies and public use. 
Description 1988 
2 sound tape reels (ca. 111 min.) 
Summary

Margaret McKay, wife of Rev. Fred McKay of the Australian Inland Mission, talks about her family background, her parents coming from Scotland to Australia in 1913 to do missionary work with her father's ministry beginning in Rockhampton. She gives her impressions of John Flynn and the Australian Inland Mission. McKay also talks about her nursing studies, 1934-1938, marriage in 1938 to Rev. Fred McKay and sharing his mission work in the Australian Inland. She also talks about combining family life with her husband's increasing responsibilities within the Church.

Notes

Recorded on May 6, 1988 in Canberra.

Also available online at: http:/­/­nla.gov.au/­nla.oh-vn1603343

Index/Finding Aid Note Corrected transcript available (typescript, 40 leaves) 
Subjects McKay, Margaret, - 1915-2003 - Interviews.  |  McKay, Fred, - 1907-2000.  |  Flynn, John, - 1880-1951.  |  Australian Inland Mission.  |  Missionaries - Australia - Interviews.
Occupation Clergy's spouses.
Other authors/contributors Gall, Jennifer, 1959-, Interviewer

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