Oral history. Nesta Andrews was born in England in 1917 and the family came to New Zealand on the ship the "Ruahine." During World War II, Nesta worked as a herd tester; travelling to farms on a horse and cart to tests herds in Motunui and Eltham. This interview is part of a series of four which focuses on women doing men's work during WWII.
Recorded 30 January 1993
Interviewer: Connor, Jo
Abstraction: Florinda Lambert
Restrictions: None
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