File AUD 12/1/6, CD1 - Interview of Jack Kemp by Jean Eaglen

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AUD 12/1/6, CD1


Interview of Jack Kemp by Jean Eaglen


  • 27 Aug 2003 (Creation)

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1 CD-DA.

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(fl 2003-2004)

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00:00 minutes:seconds - subjects discussed include Dr Agnew; allotments; American servicemen; army cadets; army postings; army training; enlisting in army; Attleborough; bakers; Walter Baldwin of Hingham, baker; beaches; bicycle shops; blacksmiths; bowling greens; Boy Scouts; Britannia Barracks, Norwich; butchers; cattle farming; celebrations; cigarettes; country houses; country people; cows; dairymen; Mr Daynes, sub-officer at Hingham Fire Brigade; dumps on beaches; Wilfred Eaglen, bicycle mender; Hubert Eke; The Fairland, Hingham; farmers; farms; joining fire brigade; fire stations; fish shops; flags; foundries; Willie Frankland; Mr Garsing; grandparents; visits to Great Yarmouth; Joe Grimes, ironfounder; harrows; health; Hingham; population of Hingham; Hingham Fire Brigade; Hingham Fire Station; Hingham Hall; homemade wine; illness; ironfounding; jubilee mugs; jubilees; Mr Kemp, father of interviewee; King George V; languages; Lincoln Hall, Hingham; Mr Manning, blacksmith; money; Mr Murrell, ironfounder; nineteen-forties; nineteen-thirties; nineteen-twenties; Norfolk dialect; Norfolk Rescue Service; Norfolk Youth Service; Mr Nudds, sub-officer at Hingham Fire Brigade; organisations; outings; Mr Peel, sub-officer at Hingham Fire Brigade; presents; property prices; public houses; rectors; registry offices; Royal Charters; sandbags; schools; Sunday schools; Seamere, Hingham; self-sufficiency; Sheringham; shops; shrimps; Miss Smart, housekeeper at Hingham Rectory; smelting; soldiers; soldiers' accommodation; Ronnie Stone; Territorial Army; towns; villagers; villages; John Wade, Registrar and owner of Hackford Garage; wages; wars; White Hart Public House; whooping cough; homemade wine; Wood Rising; World War II; Mr Wright, garage owner; Wymondham; Wymondham Registry Office.

17:21 m:s - accidents; butter making; cart-making; carts; cheese making; chemists; children; chimney sweeps; clothes; Mr Dodman, chimney sweep; food; Joe Grimes, handyman; Hingham; horse-breaking; horse rides; clipping horses; training horses; icecream making; Mr Kemp, horse-breaker and father of interviewee; milk; milk rounds; Mr Perkins, chemist; Polly Perkins, daughter of aforesaid Mr Perkins; ponies; Seamere Farm, Hingham; twitch [broom handle with loop].

23:51 m:s - accidents; barbers; Mr Burt, farmer; bus services; cars; cobblers; Minnie Cooper, second hand shopkeeper; Mr Cooper, cobbler; William Cooper [known as 'Billie'], brother of aforesaid Minnie Cooper; Dereham Road, Hingham; duck farmers; football results; The Fairland, Hingham; Mr Foster, [known as 'Waxy'], cobbler; goods for sale; herring gulls; hairdressers; hardware shops; Hingham; Mr Jarvis, hairdresser; Mr King, bus owner; Mr Myhill, barber; Norfolk dialect; Mr Patrick, shopkeeper and cobbler; Mr Payne [known as 'Punch Payne'], hairdresser; the Pink 'Un newspaper; Mrs Riseborough, hairdresser; Mr Robinson, duck farmer; second hand shopkeepers; shopping; shops; Charles Turner, hardware shopkeeper; Ted Turner, son of aforesaid Charles Turner; Watton Road, Hingham.

29:38 m:s - bell-ringers; Boy Scouts; choirboys; [parochial] church councils; church fêtes; churches; clubs; crosses; fêtes; Girl Guides; homemade lemonade; Mr Howard; Martin Jones, scoutmaster; Mrs Jean Jones, guide leader; Lady's Meadow, Hingham; organisations; rectories; Mr Ribbons; St Andrew's Church, Hingham; St Andrew's Club; sidesmen; Sunday schools.

32:40 m:s - boots; church fires; church services; clergymen; Hugh Edgehill, fireman and rector of Hingham Church; The Fairland, Hingham; firemen; fires; Mr Greaves, rector of Hingham Church; Hingham; Hingham Church; Martin Jones, scoutmaster; Lennie Peacock; rectors; Mrs Rider; Sunday schools.

36:04 m:s - acorns for pigs; blackberrying; builders; cars; children's games; conkers; cottages; sales of cottages; fish fryers; fruit picking; games; Joe Grimes, ironfounder; Hingham; hokes; hopscotch; houses; ironfounders; jam making; leisure activities; nineteen-forties; Oswald Mosley's Brownshirts; pot guns; processions; George Purdy, fish fryer; roads; Roger Sadd, builder; skating in winter; spring; steam wagons; tea wagons; threshing; winter.

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FOND 006

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ECopyDuration: 41 minutes 28 seconds
Sample Frequency: 44.1
Bit Depth: 16
Number of Channels: 2
Sound Field: stereo
DigiProv Copies: SCOP 1/189/1/1-2; SCOP 2/190/1/1-2; SCOP 4/190/1/1

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Ecopy: scop_001-000189T001V002.wma

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Created 16/12/2005 by Drojd. Modified 10/12/2018 by Droip.


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