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Digital Audio Tape Recording - Interview with Leopoldine Mimovich, Kew, Victoria, 4 Oct 1997 Audiovisual Reg. No: HT 9920

Summary:
Oral History with Leopoldine Mimovich about her migration experience to Australia after World War II. Leopoldine was born in the South Tyrol district of Austria (now Italy) and migrated to Australia in 1949. She had studied sculpting in Vienna and in Hallstatt and continued to sculpt in Australia. Her work explores mainly Christian themes and she has gained widespread recognition for her work within the Australian Christian community.
Description:
1 Digital audio tape
Description Of Content:
Oral History with Leopoldine Mimovich about her migration experience to Australia after World War II.
Discipline: History

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Tagged with: wars conflicts, world war ii 1939-1945, immigration, woodworking, immigrant voyages, settlement, artistic practices, employment, sculpture, artists, austrian immigration, sculptors
Themes this item is part of: Immigration & Artistic Practice Collection, Leopoldine Mimovich, Austrian Migrant & Artist, 1949, Migration Collection
Primary Classification: CULTURAL IDENTITY
Secondary Classification: Ethnicity - Creative Practice
Tertiary Classification: oral histories
Format: Digital Audio Tape Recording; DAT Cassette
Place & Date Recorded: Kew, Victoria, Australia, 04 Oct 1997
Interviewer: Marianna Auliciems - Museum Victoria - Immigration Museum, Kew, Victoria, Australia, 04 Oct 1997
Interviewer: Ms Rebecca Marsh - Museum of Victoria Social History, Kew, Victoria, Australia, 04 Oct 1997
Interviewee: Mrs Leopoldine Mimovich, Kew, Victoria, Australia, 04 Oct 1997
Place Named: Sankt Johann, Austria
Place Named: Bagnoli, Italy
Place Named: Bonegilla, Victoria, Australia
Place Named: Port Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Place Named: Royal Park, Victoria, Australia
Place Named: Yarraville, Victoria, Australia

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