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John Boevink interviewed by Ben Ross in the Australian generations oral history project
Bib ID 6504261
Format AudioAudio, OnlineOnline [spoken word]
Author
Boevink, John, 1943-, Interviewee
 
Online Access
Access Conditions Access open for research, personal copies and public use. 
Description 2014 
2 sound files (approximately 201 min.) 
Series

Australian generations oral history project.

Technical Details

Mode of access: Online. 

Summary

Part of the of Builders generation (born between 1925-46).

Notes

Catalogue record generated as part of a batch load.

Recorded on 4, 5 April 2014 in Hawley Beach, Tasmania.

Index/Finding Aid Note Timed summary (6 pages) 
Subjects Boevink, John, 1943- -- Interviews.  |  Executives -- Tasmania -- Interviews.  |  Age-structured populations -- Australia.  |  Intergenerational relations -- Australia.  |  Immigrants -- Australia -- Interviews.  |  Dutch -- Australia -- Interviews.
Other authors/contributors Ross, Ben, Interviewer

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