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Robert Menzies interviewed by Max Ambrose on WIN Channel 4 TV in Wollongong on 12 July 1962 in Menzies MS 4936 collection [sound recording]
Bib ID 162610
Format AudioAudio [sound recording]
Author
Menzies, Robert, Sir, 1894-1978, Interviewee
 
Access Conditions Access open for research, personal copies and public use. 
Description 1962 Jul. 12 
1 sound tape reel (ca. 18 min) : analog, 7 1/2 ips, half track, mono. ; 7 in. 
Series

Menzies MS 4936 collection.

Notes

Recorded on July 12, 1962.

Digital master available National Library of Australia

Related Material Part of a collection of recordings which originally accompanied the Sir Robert Menzies Papers held in the Manuscripts section at the National Library of Australia at MS 4936. 
Subjects Menzies, Robert, Sir, 1894-1978 -- Interviews.  |  Politicians -- Australia -- Interviews.  |  Wollongong (N.S.W.) -- Economic policy.  |  Australia -- Politics and government -- 1945-1965.
Other authors/contributors Ambrose, Max, Interviewer

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