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Elsie Evans

Oral History Interview

Growing up as a child in Campsie, Elsie talks of her life and experiences during World War II and of moving to Campbelltown.

Discussions include: Polio, Sabin vaccine, Junior Red Cross, Pansy, Second World War, Ivy Cottage, Masonic Hall, Downes, Narellan Road, Hash's diary, Sedgwick's house, going to the movies, career in Nursing, Queen Street, Monte Carlo, Miss Lloyd's private library, Bursills, dress shops, chemists, Guides hall.

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

Recorded: 17 January 2018

Portrait of interviewee Elsie Evans

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Read the Transcript of interview with Elsie Evans(280KB, PDF)

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