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Heather McKay interviewed by Nikki Henningham [sound recording]
Bib ID 3808313
Format AudioAudio, OnlineOnline [sound recording]
Author
McKay, Heather, 1941-, Interviewee
 
Online Access
Access Conditions Access open for research, personal copies and public use. 
Description 2006 
1 sound file (ca. 82 min.) 
Technical Details

Mode of access: Internet via World Wide Web. 

Notes

Recorded on December 6, 2006 at Canberra, A.C.T.

Index/Finding Aid Note Corrected transcript (typescript, 48 leaves) 
Subjects McKay, Heather, - 1941- - Interviews.  |  Women squash players - Australia - Interviews.  |  Athletes - Australia - Interviews.
Occupation Squash players.
Other authors/contributors Henningham, Nicola, 1960-, Interviewer

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Petherick Reading Room (Oral History)
ORAL TRC 5743 (transcript)
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Petherick Reading Room (Oral History)

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