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Paul Pounds interviewed by Hamish Sewell in the Australian generations oral history project
Bib ID 6252055
Format AudioAudio [spoken word]
Author
Pounds, Paul, 1981-, Interviewee
 
Access Conditions Access closed until after 2040. 
Printer 2012
Description 4 sound files. 
Series

Australian generations oral history project.

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Catalogue record generated as part of a batch load.

Recorded on 5, 6 June 2012 in Brisbane, Qld.

Digital master; National Library of Australia, Oral History and Folklore collection;

Index/Finding Aid Note Summary not yet available. 
Subjects Pounds, Paul, - 1981- - Interviews.  |  Generation Y - Australia - Interviews.  |  Generation Y - Australia - Attitudes.  |  Engineers - Australia - Interviews.
Occupation Engineers.
Other authors/contributors Sewell, Hamish, 1964-, Interviewer

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