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  • 2003
  • All items: 10
  • Videos: 8
  • Publications: 2
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  1. 2003
    Video — Donated by Sue Williams Image of Sue Williams

    Wallace Williams: A compilation of interviews and footage

    A compilation of various footage where Wallace’s friends speak about their memories of Wallace including footage of Wallace at Auckland Deaf Society events.

  2. 2003
    Video — Donated by Mary Johnson Image of Mary Johnson

    Memories of Owen Gibbons

    Owen Gibbons shares some life experiences in this video shot at his home in Auckland. Using various photographs and props, Owen touches on his many Deaf related involvements and memories, including his times at Deaf school, his working life, his passion for Deaf sports and his family.

  3. 2003
    Video — Donated by Hilda Tamepo Image of Hilda Tamepo

    Memories of John and Laura Hunt

    John and Laura discuss their eventful lives, including immigrating to New Zealand, meeting the local Deaf community, and how their meeting led to a marriage which at the time of filming had lasted 56 years!

  4. 2003
    Video — Donated by Mary Johnson Image of Mary Johnson

    Memories of John Peterson

    Born in Mumbai, India where his parents ran a tea farm, John Peterson shares his life story at his home in the Eddowes Pensioner Village, at Balmoral, next to Auckland Deaf Society. Filmed on 3 August 2003.

  5. 2003
    Video — Donated by Barry Kinnaird Image of Barry Kinnaird

    Memories of Barry Kinnaird

    A Deaf bowling legend, Barry Kinnaird was well known for his indoor and outdoor bowling achievements, participating in many New Zealand opens, Deaf Conventions and international competitions.

  6. 2003
    Video — Donated by DEAFinitely Youth Group Image of DEAFinitely Youth Group

    The first Wallace Williams Comedy Evening kicks off!

    The first ever Wallace Williams Comedy Evening kicks off in 2003, as a fundraiser for Deaf Youth to attend the WFD Congress in Montreal, Canada.

  7. 2003
    Video — Donated by Mary Johnson Image of Mary Johnson

    Memories of Kathleen French

    Kathleen French was often called the ‘Auckland Deaf Grandmother’ due to her long and pioneering life in the Auckland Deaf Community. In this video Kathleen talks about her colourful life and talks us through some photos at the end.

  8. 2003

    Soundscape: September 2003

  9. 2003
    Video — Donated by Dorothy Jones Image of Dorothy Jones

    Auckland's 'Deaf Grandmother' celebrates her 90th at ADS!

    Kathleen French, Auckland’s ‘Deaf Grandmother’ and a life member of Auckland Deaf Society celebrates her 90th birthday party at the Balmoral clubroom on 24 May 2003 with approximately 140 people attending.

  10. 2003
    JOURNAL – Deaf Education Aotearoa New Zealand

    DEANZ: Spring 2003