16 oral histories.
Arranged into 1 series.
Sixteen oral history interviews with local Redlands residents.
The Redland City Council Oral Histories contain interviews with a variety of Redlands locals representative of a cross-section of the Redlands community. These recollections provide details of the early days of the Redlands and include historical information and comments on the changing landscape and culture of the region. Interviewees include: Harry Clark; Dorothy Clark; Dolly Petersen; Mervyn Genrich; Ruth Archer; Reg Fairman; Pearl Percival; Viva Morrow; Norm Dean; Eleanor Sneyd; Mary Noble; Clive Rohrig; Alec Morris; Albert Morris; Margaret Iselin; Jack Guy; Maurice Whitby; Edward Stansfield; Nelson Stansfield; Jim Wallis; Isobel Maunder; Howard Muller; and Robert Skinner. The interviews were conducted between 1993 and 2003.
Playback is an oral history OPAL funded project designed to digitise, preserve and provide access to oral histories currently held in public libraries and communities throughout Queensland. The material for the project includes oral histories from the following:- Australian Sugar Industry Museum, Charters Towers Archives, Croydon Shire Council, Mapoon Aboriginal Council, Moreton Bay Regional Council, Redland City Libraries, Townsville CityLibraries.
Part of the Playback Oral History Project.
Unrestricted access to all items, except item 15.
29450, Redland City Council Oral Histories, John Oxley Library, State Library of Queensland.
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