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Maureen Patrick

Oral History Interview

Born in Cowra in 1936, Maureen's father and Grandfather worked on the railways. In sixth form her family moved to Campbelltown from Molong to be close to family.

Discussions include: Cowra, railways, Wattamondara, Leadville, Benneranbah, Cootamundra, Commonwealth money boxes, Werris Creek, Sub Inspector, Lithgow Street, Queen Street, Solomons Store, David Jones, Bussills Brothers, carpet snakes, Campbelltown Public School, old flour mill on Campbelltown Road, biscuits, Freres Crossing, Paddy Hunt, dancing, football, marching girl, Flying Garlands.

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

Recorded: 13 August 2013

Portrait of Interviewee Maureen Patrick

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Read the Transcript of interview with Maureen Patrick(179KB, PDF)

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