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Author Darling, Marjorie, 1894- interviewee.
Title Interview with Marjorie Darling in May 1986 / interviewed by Anne Reid.
Published/Produced 1986.

 Online  OH4122    AVAILABLE  


Call Number OH4122
Physical description 1 online resource (2 audio files (59 min., 24 sec.)) : digital, WAV
Series University of Western Australia Archives oral history project
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.
Digital preservation in WAV format.
Access advisory Access open.
Date/time and place of an event Interview by Anne Reid with Mrs Marjorie Darling, took place at her residence in Willetton on Friday 23 May 1986.
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 OH55.
Rights advisory Copyright or other restrictions may apply. For public use, contact the State Library of Western Australia.
Summary Mrs Marjorie Darling narrates how she was born in Perth, Francis Street and in Geraldton and went back to England 1898 or 1899 for 18 months because of her father's business. They returned to Western Australia in 1900 when she was six. Left Geraldton in 1903 and was living at Irwin Street and then in Peppermint Grove. She recalls being asked by Professor Murdoch to take over an Anglican school in South Perth which Prof. Murdoch was in the council which was set up by Ms Pearl Cross and her sister. Marjorie continued her studies and finished her degree at UWA (Irwin Street). She was educated at Perth Modern School.
Subjects Darling, Marjorie, 1896- -- Interviews.
University of Western Australia. Kindergarten.
Teachers -- Western Australia -- Interviews.
Related names Reid, Anne, interviewer.