Guild, Ian (Jack)
Oral history. Boyhood memories of Pungarehu and Parihaka. Ian describes his upbringing as the son of a cheese factory manager. His father took over Chew Chong's factory and also worked in Pungarehu. Recalls some of the local identities. Schooled in NPBH he was sent home during the flu epidemic. Describes Parihaka and buildings. He was 5 years old at Te Whiti's tangi at Noho Mairangi, Te Whiti's pa. The interviewee was known to the Maori as Jack Kaipaku.
Ian's son Bill is also present at the interview.
Date: 1987. Interviewer: Judy Hoyle
Research tape. 2 audio tapes
Interviewer: Judy Hoyle
Abstraction: Mary Whiting/ Mary Donald
Abstract. No biography file or oral history agreement found.