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Author Randall, Jean Margaret, 1902-1993, interviewee.
Title Interview with Jean Margaret Randall in November 1981 / interviewed by Christine Brown.
Published/Produced 1981.

 Online  OH4104    AVAILABLE  


Call Number OH4104
Physical description 1 online resource (3 audio files (42 min., 23 sec.)) : digital, WAV
Series University of Western Australia Archives oral history project
Notes Title devised by cataloguer.
This sound recording has been preserved and made available by the University of Western Australia.
Access advisory Access open.
Notes Digital preservation in WAV format.
Additional formats Audio cassette tape also available at the University of Western Australia Archives.
Original version Original version: 1 audio cassette University of Western Australia Archives OH22.
Rights advisory Copyright or other restrictions may apply. For public use, contact the State Library of Western Australia.
Summary Born in Wee Wee Rup, Victoria, in a farm which her grandfather bought in 1874. She won a scholarship to study at Presbyterian Ladies College in Melbourne and she studied Arts at the University of Melbourne and graduated with Honours 1924 and Masters of Arts and Diploma of Education and started as a teacher in 1926, French, Latin and English. She went on to University of Sorbonne in Paris to study French and returned to Melbourne in 1930. In 1933, she started teaching French part-time at the University of Western Australia. She gave speech training to students studying the diploma of education. She also took an interest in students' theatricals and plays.
Subjects Randall, Jean Margaret, 1902-1993 -- Interviews.
College teachers -- Western Australia -- Interviews.
French language -- Study and teaching (Higher) -- Western Australia.
Related names Brown, Christine, interviewer.