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Author Stewart, Noel (Halsted Noel), 1907-1990.
Title [Interview with Halsted Noel Stewart, journalist] [sound recording] / [interviewed by Chris Jeffery].
Published/Produced 1977.

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Call Number OH220
Physical description 2 sound cassettes (3 hrs.)
Transcript Transcript (52 p.), edited + index.
Access advisory Access open
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Summary Née Halsted Noel White. Born Victoria; family background; parents, Arthur Frederick White, Alice Alvye Blunded; childhood; school life at Loreto Convent, Sydney, Fort Street Primary School and North Sydney Girls; scholarship to Bradshaw's Business College; employment with Melbourne and Metropolitan Tramways Board; work with Williamson Melba Grand Opera Company which started journalistic career; J.C. Williamson productions; travelling to Adelaide and Perth; father's employment with the West Australian, 1928; formation of the Perth Symphony Orchestra; involvement with infant health work and Infant Health Correspondence Nursing Scheme; appointment with the West Australian; job as Aunt Mary of the Children's Corner at the Western Mail; emergence of the Silver Chain Nursing Association; fundraising for the Silver Chain; wages; involvement with the Women Writers' Club; University Women's interests; theatrical interests; classification as a C grade journalist; interviews and reporting experiences; court reporting in Licensing Court and Children's Court; development of women's pages, reporting community activities; working with Sister Kate Clutterbuck; working during the Depression; the arrival of German aviator, Captain Hans Bertram, whose seaplane the Atlantis crashed in the North West of Western Australia; travel overseas, 1935; reporting work at conferences; travelling through Germany; outbreak of World War II; return to Australia; marriage to Andrew Malcolm Stewart, a senior lecturer in agriculture at the university, 1941; husband's family; life in Wagin; involvement in women's activities at the university; work with Red Cross after death of husband; work in England with the International Labour Organisation; working with Soroptimists; the Golden Jubilee Convention of the Soroptimist International Association in Rome; publication of Little But Great, the history of the Silver Chain, 1965.
Subjects Stewart, Noel (Halsted Noel), 1907-1990 -- Interviews.
Journalists -- Western Australia -- Interviews.
Historians -- Western Australia -- Interviews.
Perth Symphony Orchestra -- History.
Infant Health Correspondence Nursing Scheme.
West Australian -- History.
Aunt Mary.
Western Mail (Perth, W.A.) -- History.
Silver Chain Nursing Association (W.A.) -- History.
Women Writers' Club.
Soroptimist International of Western Australia.
Related names Jeffery, Chris, 1926-2008.