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Bob Moore

Oral History Interview

Born in Milby Private Hospital, Bob tells of his time growing up during the great depression.

Discussions include: Fisher's Ghost Restaurant, Librarian, Campbelltown Council, Council Chambers, Battle of Albert, Soldiers Settlement, Mawson Park, Wedderburn, The Depression, Dr Mawson, Rice Brothers, Campbelltown Public School, Air Force, Liverpool Junior Technical College, Thirlmere Museum, railways, Harley Daley Town Clerk, Bookkeeping, Lithgow Street, social nights out in Campbelltown, Romalis's Fish and Chips shop, Balalaika Cafe, Everett Langdon, Menangle Park.

Interview by: Andrew Allen, Local Studies, Campbelltown City Library

Recorded: 17 October 2011

Portrait of interviewee Bob Moore

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