Transcript of interview with Audrey Watson
Audrey Watson was born on 23rd August, 1922 at Sydney. Audrey moved to Penrith with her husband in 1946. The couple lived in a flat above a shop for a number of years before building a house at Emu Plains. Audrey ran the tea room at the Lewer's Bequest Regional Gallery. Like most of the interviewees she was a member of volunteer organisations for many years.
University of Western Sydney
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“Transcript of interview with Audrey Watson,” From farms to freeways: Women's memories of Western Sydney, accessed May 27, 2018, http://omeka.uws.edu.au/farmstofreeways/items/show/459.