Browne, Marjorie Edna, 1924-

Clark, Marjorie Edna, 1924-

Involved in Pacifist issues during World War II and pacifist network for spouses of imprisoned objectors, visiting detention camps.

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Date: 23 Mar 2007 From: Civilian life in New Zealand during the Second World War oral history project By: Browne, Marjorie Edna, 1924- Ref: OHInt-0980-02 Description: Interview with Marjorie Browne (nee Clark), born in Napier in 1924. Talks about her family background, the breakdown of her parents' marriage, and being acti...
Date: 1988-1989 From: Hamilton, Walter Ian, 1905-1991: Papers Ref: MS-Papers-7938-30 Description: Inward letters from schools and organisations to which Hamilton donated copies of `Till human voices wake us'; schools entered in the Name field. Some corres...
Date: 1997, 9 Jun 1998 - 09 Jun 1998 From: Conscientious objectors of World War II By: Browne, Marjorie Edna, 1924- Ref: OHInt-0426-01 Description: This interview is in 2 parts - the first is a recorded piece from a speech given by Marj Browne in 1997 - the second part is an interview made in Hamilton. M...