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Author Grant, Beryl, 1921-
Title [Interview with Beryl Grant, nurse] [sound recording] / [interviewed by Chris Jeffery].
Published/Produced 1977.

LOCATION CALL NO STATUS NOTE MESSAGE
 2nd Floor Oral History Stack  OH231  Audio (Access)    FOR USE IN STATE LIBRARY  REQUEST RETRIEVAL
 2nd Floor Oral History Stack  OH231  Transcript (Access)    FOR USE IN STATE LIBRARY  REQUEST RETRIEVAL
 3rd Floor Oral History Stack  OH231  Transcript (Preservation)    FOR USE IN STATE LIBRARY  REQUEST RETRIEVAL
 Online  OH231    AVAILABLE  
 Climate Control Stack (20 degrees)  OH231  Audio (Preservation) cassette 1 of 2    NOT FOR LOAN  ASK SLWA STAFF
 Climate Control Stack (20 degrees)  OH231  Audio (Preservation) cassette 2 of 2    NOT FOR LOAN  ASK SLWA STAFF


Details

Call Number OH231
Physical description 2 sound cassettes (150 min.)
Transcript Transcript (54 p.)
Access advisory Access open
Rights advisory Copyright or other restrictions may apply. For public use, contact the State Library of Western Australia.
Summary Born in Subiaco; family background; father, Norman William Grant, mother Annie Lawrie, and their marriage in Melbourne; move to Western Australia in 1915; father'sfu work as chief engineer for the electrical division of the Post Master General's Department; school life at Thomas Street; school friends; father's death; mother's millinery business; the Depression; her mother's death; of schooldays at Perth Girls' School; transport; teachers; church involvement; work in the Public Service; nursing training at Perth Hospital; examination procedures; Nurses Registration Board; and living conditions; overseas experience in Britain; private nursing; midwifery training at King Edward Hospital; infant welfare training in Melbourne; the Florence Nightingale scholarship in administration; first matron of N'Gala Mothercraft Home in 1959; child health education in Western Australia; nursing education with W.A.I.T.; involvement with the Royal Australian Nursing Federation and other nursing bodies; the Australian Inland Mission; the Flying Doctor Service; Churchill Fellowship; and the development of N'Gala Mothercraft Home.
Subjects Grant, Beryl, 1921- -- Interviews.
Grant, Beryl, 1921- -- Career in nursing.
Nurses Registration Board (W.A.) -- History.
Ngala Mothercraft Home and Training Centre -- History.
Royal Australian Nursing Federation.
Nurses -- Western Australia -- Interviews.
Midwifery -- Western Australia -- History.
Nurses -- Training of -- Western Australia -- History.
Related names 301B
Jeffery, Chris, 1926-2008.