An interview with Len Moss, aged 100 years, a resident of Molly Ryan Retirement Village and Rest Home, New Plymouth. 2007.
Born in Christchurch in 1907, Len talks about his parents and family, the 1918 influenza epidemic when he had contact with Mary Aubert at the Home of Compassion. An electrician, he talks about setting up the camp for at MacKays crossing, Paekakariki during World War Two.
Interview dates: 30 April 2007, 20 August 2007 and 3 September 2007
Interviewer: Mike Nightingale
Maker
Nightingale, Michael
Primary Maker
Mike Nightingale
Department
Archives
Production Date
30 April 2007
20 August 2007
03 September 2007
Subject Person

Archive Contents

  Part 1

Audio tape (Master copies)

  Part 2

Research CD-R

  Part 3

Folder. Documentation. No abstract created.

  Part 4

Digital file

Accession No
ARC2010-35

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