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John Bechervaise interviewed by Suzanne Lunney [sound recording]
Bib ID 2803258
Format AudioAudio, OnlineOnline [sound recording]
Author
Bechervaise, John (John Mayston), 1910-1998, Interviewee
 
Online Versions
Access Conditions Access open for research, personal copies and public use. 
Description 1976 
2 tape reels : 1 7/8 ips ; 5 in. 
Summary

John Bechervaise, Antarctic explorer, talks about his family background; teaching; House of Guilds; travelling in Britain and Australia; studying in London; life in Antarctica; Phillip Law.

Notes

Recorded in Melbourne on 10 June 1976.

Also available online at: http://nla.gov.au/nla.oh-vn2803258

Index/Finding Aid Note Transcript available (typescript, 64 leaves) 
Subjects Bechervaise, John - (John Mayston), - 1910-1998 - Interviews.  |  Explorers - Australia - Interviews.  |  Authors, Australian - 20th century - Interviews.  |  Teachers - Australia - Interviews.  |  Antarctica - Discovery and exploration - Australian.
Other authors/contributors Lunney, Suzanne, Interviewer

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