Mr & Mrs Bartlett, St Helens Vic. 1969
INTERVIEW: Mr & Mrs Bartlett – 1969
PLACE: St Helens, Victoria
NOTES: Tom Bartlett is the grandson of successful Western District selectors, and told stories about the goldfields. His wife sang a fragment of ‘The Gum Tree Canoe’ and told of her great grandmother’s death in childbirth on Ballarat at the time of Eureka.
Wendy Lowenstein at http://nishi.slv.vic.gov.au/latrobejournal/issue/latrobe-09/index.html
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