MOTAT oral history interview with Clyde "Snow" Stewart
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"Snow" Stewart, Interviewee
Megan Hutching, Interviewer
13 Oct 2009
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Oral history interview with Clyde (also known as ‘Snow’) Stewart containing biographical information about his life during the 1950s. Includes much information on his service as a photographer in the Royal New Zealand Air Force in the Pacific during World War 1939-1945, and his work for Whites Aviation as an aerial photographer.
1 sound disc (ca. 118 minutes) : digital
MOTAT oral history interview with Clyde Snow Stewart
"Snow" Stewart et al. 13 Oct 2009. MOTAT oral history interview with Clyde "Snow" Stewart, 09-0892. Walsh Memorial Library, The Museum of Transport and Technology (MOTAT).
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Interviews Stewart, Clyde (Snow) Anecdotes Social life and customs New Zealand Anecdotes Aerial reconnaissance Anecdotes World War, 1939-1945 Anecdotes Prisoners and prisons, Japanese Anecdotes Stewart, Frank Anecdotes 1934, London to Melbourne Racing Airplanes Anecdotes New Zealand Documentary films Anecdotes New Zealand Motion picture theatres Anecdotes Aerial photography Anecdotes New Zealand Photography Anecdotes Whites Aviation Limited Anecdotes White, Leo Lemuel, 1906-1967 Anecdotes Aerial operations Anecdotes New Zealand Cameras Anecdotes Motion picture cameras Anecdotes Zero (Fighter plane) Anecdotes New Zealand Education Sound recording and reproducing
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