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Norm Campbell

Oral History Interivew

Born in Campbelltown in 1923. Norm recalls a wealth of stories about his time as a fireman, projectionist and newspaper photographer.

Dicussions include: Milby Hospital, Queen Street, Alf Cooper, Pembroke Road, The Depression, Gatekeeper's house at Morgans Gate, Railways, St John's Church School, War years, Fisher's Ghost, Fire Brigade, Wedderburn, Fires, joining the newspapers, ABC correspondent, television, Campbelltown news, Channel 7, Alfa House, Radio, McGill Gray, Mayor Perce Marlow, Undertaker Charlie Nicol, Fisher's Ghost Creek.

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

Recorded: 29 November 2011

Portrait of interviewee Hugh Bairnsfather

Many of Norm's photographs can be found at Campbelltown Library's Photo Database.

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Read the Transcript of interview with Norm Campbell(164KB, PDF)

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