Alan Malcolm

Transcript of the Oral History Interview with Alan Malcolm

Filename: Malcolm__Alan.pdf ( download )

Size: 340 KB

Document type: application/pdf ( )

Abstract

Alan Malcolm was born in 1903. His parents were Ernest and Mary Malcolm (nee Thomas) from Appleby. The Malcolm's owned a farm in the Richmond foothills, and some land on the flat which Alan Malcolm developed into an orchard in the 1940's. The hills were too steep to use machinery for ploughing and planting crops, so horses and on one occasion sheep were used to help cultivate the land.

Points of Interest

  1. Richmond School
  2. Hill Street
  3. Farming
  4. Farrowing and ploughing using horses
  5. Pea and potato crops

Interview Information

  • Date of Interview:             June 1984
  • Interviewer:                       D. J. Runnacles
  • Length of Transcript:        7 Pages
  • Typed by:                         Louise Charters

 Copyright Statement

This oral history is to be used for your private research or study only. Please do not copy or distribute the material contained in this transcript in any way, without prior approval.

Note

To access the full transcript of this interview click on the (download) link near the top of this page.

 

Discuss This Topic

There are 0 comments in this discussion.

join this discussion