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761 S. A. Speaks: An Oral History of Life in South Australia before 1930 State Library of South Australia State Library of South Australia 2016-06-29T07:00:04.358496 2019-08-29T04:32:01.228089 This dataset includes 45 oral histories from the project S. A. Speaks': An Oral History of Life in South Australia before 1930. The interviewees were broadly representative of the population of South Australia as it was in the first three decades of the twentieth century. 'S. A. Speaks' was a Jubilee 150 project conducted by Beth M. Robertson under the auspices of the History Trust of South Australia for two years and two months ending December 1986. The sound files are in MP3 format. The transcripts are in PDF format. 1960-01-01 2013-12-31 S. A. Speaks: An Oral History of Life in South Australia before 1930 XLSX This data set was superseded in 2017 by an updated version at the top of this Data and Resources list. This resource was updated in December 2016 to add death dates. This Excel workbook contains the same data as the CSV file but has the advantage that URLs are active hyperlinks. **Explanation of fields** - **RECORD #** : SLSA unique identifier eg "b29335796" - **NAME** : Name of interviewee - **NUMBER** : Number of the recording within the project - **TITLE** : Title of interview - **Dates/publication details** : Date interview recorded (may be year only or exact date) - **Description/Quantity** : Length of recording - **SUMMARY** : Summary description of content of interview - **SUBJECT** : Subject headings assigned by the Library to assist searching - **Series/Collection** : Project name (some oral histories were conducted within a project) - **TRANSCRIPT URL** : URL of location of transcript in PDF format 2016-12-01T14:31:37.890626 2016-12-01T03:31:37.822111   Creative Commons Attribution