ACT Heritage Library Manuscript Collection
HMSS 0333 Babette Scougall Kingston Oral History Project
Scope and Content Notes
Babette Scougall Kingston Oral History Project
0.18m (1 manuscript box)
Local historian Babette Scougall grew up in the Kingston area. She is concerned to record the memories of other early families from Canberra's early suburbs.
In 2004 she independently recorded interviews with others who grew up in the Kingston area.
Also included in this collection is a recording of a walk she took in 1999 with Val Emerton, Lyall Gillespie and David Muir around the Kingston Foreshore, concentrating on the area previously used as the Government Stores, the Government Printer, the Bus Depot and the Mechanics' Workshop. Supplementary information and photographs have also been supplied.
|INTERVIEWEE||CD MASTER||CD COPIES||FILE FORMAT||DATE OF INTERVIEW||TOTAL TIME||ASSOCIATED DOCUMENTATION||NOTES Tracks cut at 1m intervals. one master per part; 2 reference copies of each part|
|David Muir and Bill Lamond (parts one-two)||yes||2||.cda||11/03/2004||1:14:00||permission forms; summary of interview (as amended by Bill Lamond); contributed reminiscences of David Muir and Bill Lamond||Pat and David Muir and Elaine and Bill Lamond. Recording has low level humming throughout.|
|Jack Welch (parts one-two)||yes||2||.cda||1:43:00||permission form; transcription of interview||Recording has low level humming throughout.|
|Jean Baker||yes||2||.cda||07/12/2004||0:40:00||permission form; transcription of interview||Recording has low level humming throughout.|
|Walking tour with Val Emerton, Lyall Gillespie, David Muir and Babette Scougall||1 cassette||17/02/1999||0:45:00||summary of names and topics mentioned complied by Babette Scougall; partial transcription of conversation by David Muir with photocopies of photographs, annotated; black and white photographic prints||Recorded walk comparing photographs of about 1925 to Kingston foreshore area in 1999 concentrating on the Government Stores and associated buildings|