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Oral History Collection (City of Adelaide)

Oral History Collection

From 1978 to 2014 City of Adelaide conducted a series of oral history interviews. They included former Lord Mayors, Councillors and long-serving council employees, as well as elderly residents, well-known business identities and prominent community leaders. These interviews were transcribed and later digitised. The aim was to capture their memories, experiences and relationships with the city. The result is a fascinating and unique piece of recorded history about life in Adelaide. Access the collection online.

Presented by City of Adelaide Archives


Throughout May






Adelaide Town Hall, 8203 7590,


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