Interview with Irene McDonald giving details of her life and employment; 2 x photographs of nursing/nursery nurse staff, 1950s; 2 x notes concerning staff and ages of children in the Manhattan Jute Works Nursery
Irene McDonald interview
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- ReferenceGB 254 MS 361
- Dates of Creationc2011 (intervew covers 1950s onwards)
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- Language of MaterialEnglish
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Irene McDonald was one of three sisters, born 1 July 1934. Her father was a music teacher the Dundee High School, her step-father a wood machinist at Astral Beattie, while her mother was employed at various times in Dundee's jute factories.
Irene was educated at at St Mary's and then at St Joseph's, both in Lochee. Irene first worked at D White & Sons, Tea Merchants, Lochee, then with Manhattan Jute Works Nursery and finally at Beatties Bakery, Kings Cross Road.
Irene was married but had no children. Her exact date of death is unknown, only that in was between February 2012 and December 2013.
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The interview was conducted by Anne Davies and was subsequent to those of the Abernyte Oral History Project. Held by depositor until gifted to the Archive