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100 centenarians, the children of federation oral history project [sound recording]
Bib ID 2647142
Format AudioAudio [sound recording]
Access Conditions Access conditions to individual interviews set by interviewees. 
Description 1997-2001 
81 digital audio tapes. 
Summary

A series of social history interviews with 100 Australians who at the centenary of federation were 100 years of age or older. The interviews comprise of anecdotes from the interviewee's lives and their experiences and observations of events in Australian social history over the previous century.

Notes

Interviews conducted by: Peter Rubinstein, Joanna Penglase, Margaret Evans, Peter Saxon, Paul Chappell, Ken Begg and Netta Kovacs.

Interviews conducted by Peter Rubinstein and others in 2000-2001 with 100 Australians. Rubinstein used these interviews to produce a series of radio programs titled 100 Centenarians : the Children of Federation, presented by Ray Martin. CD-ROM produced by Mr Bojangles Audio Production. A series of radio programs were produced in 2001 by Peter Rubinstein for Radiowise Media Networks with funding from a grant from the National Council for the Centenary of Federation.Copies of the radio broadcasts held at TRC 4800 (Transcript Room) in the Oral History and Folklore Collection, National Library of Australia.

Some of the interviews recorded included: Alec Campbell; Connie Gibson; Marcel Caux; Rachel Fletcher; Isabel Chanter; Jean Nagel and Ted Smoat.

Digital master available National Library of Australia;

Subjects Centenary of Federation, Australia, 1901-2001 -- Anecdotes.  |  Australia -- History -- Federation, 1901 -- Anecdotes.  |  Australia -- Social conditions -- 20th century -- Anecdotes.
Other authors/contributors Rubinstein, Peter, 1951-, Interviewer  |  Penglase, Joanna, Interviewer  |  Evans, Margaret Kerr, 1958-, Interviewer  |  Saxon, Peter, 1952-, Interviewer  |  Kovacs, Netta, Interviewer  |  Chappell, Paul R., 1974-, Interviewer  |  Begg, Ken, Interviewer  |  Radiowise Media Networks

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