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Memories of the golden years of childhood

By Ruth Crow


This document has been prepared for June Factor in appreciation of the contribution to Australian history and culture by the European migrants who came to Australia because of Hitler's oppression.\ud This is a draft document and thus contains some typing mistakes and other errors. No part of the document can be republished without permission of Ruth Crow.\ud This document has been prepared entirely from memory, but of course the way the facts are presented is from hind-sight. There maybe a few inaccuracies in detail but these do not change the facts. The document contains:\ud Index\ud Introduction\ud Childhood Memories by Ruth Crow ... page 1\ud Afterword ... page 11\ud Childhood Poetry ... page 12\ud Souvenirs about Great Grandparents ... page 13\ud Cousins and Their Age Range ... page 14\ud Chart of Relations and Friends ... page 1

Topics: Crow Papers, 2002 Cultural Studies, 2103 Historical Studies, memories, girlhood, childhood, Ballarat, 1920's, 1930's, Melbourne, Ruth Crow's family, Ruth Crow's cousins, Australian history, Australian culture, Scottish, Scotland, 1850's, poetry, early education, Melbourne, CROW-BOX5-3-26-DOC1
Publisher: unpublished
Year: 1989
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