Mrs Kelly -Port Fairy 1969 – Women’s Life

INTERVIEW: Mrs Kelly – 1969

PLACE: Port Fairy 1969

 

NOTES :  Tape 22, 23. Mrs. Kelly, the mother of Tom Bartlett, is about 85; she describes the daily and weekly household routine on a small Western District farm, and the lives of women and girls there, including household equipment, social life and entertainment, side-saddles and horse riding, cooking for shearers and the visits of Indian hawkers.

Wendy Lowenstein 

 

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STATE LIBRARY OF VICTORIA ORAL HISTORY

 

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