Item AUD 97/29/r1 - John Pechey interview

John Pechey interview, part 1 of 2 John Pechey interview, part 2 of 2

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AUD 97/29/r1


John Pechey interview


  • 30 Jun 2000 (Creation)

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1 sound recording

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Content: Oral history interview with John Pechey about the founding of the newsagents Pechey & Son in 1936 and its subsequent expansion, he is joined by Nancy Wild to discuss the achievments of his uncle, Alderman Sam Peel, in founding numerous community organisations in Wells-next-the-Sea.
Recording location: Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk, England, UK
Performer(s)/contributor(s): John Pechey (speaker, male; interviewee); Ann Small (speaker, female; interviewer); Nancy Wild (speaker, female; interviewee)
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There is no public access to the original recording because of preservation reasons. All access is provided using copies. Accessible online.

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Rights are reserved. Contact NRO for details.

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Duration: 43 min. 45 sec
Location of recording on physical carrier(s): AUD 97/29 side 1 to side 2
Playback mode: stereo

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Digitised. Copy/copies accessible in NRO searchroom and online. Copies also held by British Library for the purposes of preservation and online access. British Library ref. UNRO003/29 S1-S2.

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Digitised and catalogued by the Norfolk Record Office, in its capacity as the East of England hub for the Unlocking Our Sound Heritage (UOSH) project, funded by the National Lottery Heritage Fund, 2018-2022.

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