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Oral History - "Vivien Adnum - a Life Well Lived"
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Open
Start Date:
01 Oct 2019
End Date:
31 Oct 2019
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Tasmanian Archives
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Copyright assigned to the State Archivist
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Vivien Adlam was born in Bengeo, in Hertford, UK. She experienced the Depression and World War Two before moving to Australia as a "10 pound Pom". During the War she worked at Bletchley House and later trained as a librarian. Vivien and her husband Jim settled in Tasmania in 1952 where they raised a family. The transcript provides a vivid account of her Vivien's life experiences. Vivien died before the interview process was completed and her daughter, Gillian, has worked with the interviewer to complete the work.

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Oral History - "Vivien Adnum - A Life Well Lived"