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Transcript of interview with Marjory Turner

Description

Marjory Turner was born on the 25th January, 1929, at Penrith. After leaving school at age 15, Marjory worked at Selfridges, Parramatta, and later at a factory in St Marys. Marjory married in 1948 and lived with her husband's family until the couple built a house of their own at Kingswood, Not long after they finished the house, the land was bought by the Council to build flats and so the house was demolished. Marjory and her husband then purchased another block and built a new house in Kingswood.

Publisher

University of Western Sydney

Rights

Copyright University of Western Sydney 2015

Identifier

19

Date Created

1991-11-21

Interviewee

Marjory Turner

Birthplace

Penrith

Interviewer

Robyn Arrowsmith

Birth Year

1929

Suburb

Kingswood, Penrith

Digital File Name

ftf_transcript_turner

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Item Relations

This Item transcript of Item: Audio recording of interview with Marjory Turner
This Item Relation Item: Photo of Marjory Turner
This Item Relation Item: Photo of Marjory Turner

Files

ftf_transcript_turner.pdf

Citation

“Transcript of interview with Marjory Turner,” From farms to freeways: Women's memories of Western Sydney, accessed September 24, 2017, http://omeka.uws.edu.au/farmstofreeways/items/show/456.