Mosman Voices - oral histories online

Spit Junction

  • Betty Alexander - interviewed by Brian Leckey, 6 February 1992
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    Brian Leckey. What do you think have been the greatest changes in Mosman in the long time that you’ve been here? Betty Alexander. Well for the worst, the traffic.…
  • Betty Alexander - interviewed by Brian Leckey, 6 February 1992
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    Betty Alexander. I remember when Norman the jeweler first opened; they came from when Mr Norman was on Avenue Road; a funny little shop that looked more like a house…
  • Dallas Dyson - interviewed by Eve Klein, 6 August 2001
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    Eve Klein. Now we’re talking about the 1930s and you were then about 12 years old. Did it affect your schooling? Dallas Dyson. Yes. Eve Klein. In which way? Da…
  • Nancy Phelan - interviewed by [talk at Mosman Library], 28 June 1990
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    …but as I got a bit older I began to become a little restless and I began to realise there was another side to life in Mosman, another character of Mosman. Now th…