Lady Squire is interviewed about her life in India, Persia and Afghanistan, as the wife of Sir Giles Squire of the Indian Political Services.
Interview with Lady Irene Mary Squire [sound recording]
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- ReferenceGB 102 OA4/20
- Former ReferenceGB 102 OA2/76/1-3
- Dates of Creation1 March 1984
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- Language of MaterialEnglish
- Physical Description2 sound casettes
Scope and Content
Administrative / Biographical History
Lady Irene Mary Squire - Went to India as school teacher; married, 1926, Sir Giles Frederick Squire (1894-1959), Indian Civil Service 1920-24, Indian Political Service (I.P.S.) 1924-47. Interview describes life in India as a teacher at the Mahbubia School, Hyderabad, and as the wife of an I.P.S. Officer serving in Iran (1936-1943) and Afghanistan (1943-47) as well as India.
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Copyright held by British Library
Recorded as part of the ’Memories of the British in India’ project by India Office Library & Records [subsequently the Oriental and India Office Collection, British Library]. This recording was previously held at SOAS Library as part of the 'British in India Oral Archive Project' collection [Reference OA2], removed from this collection in August 2014 to reflect the recording’s alternative provenance as part of the ‘Memories of the British in India’ project.
Location of Originals
Original sound recording of interview available at British Library Listening & Viewing Service [Reference: C63/94-98]