Kingett, Douglas Edwin, 1924-

Kingett, Doug, 1924-

Volunteered at the Museum of Transport and Technology (MOTAT) in Auckland from 1989, initially setting up and running the Science Centre. After it closed in the 1990s because of funding problems he worked mainly on the registration and storage of artefacts.

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Date: 28 Jun 2004 From: MOTAT Volunteers oral history project By: Kingett, Douglas Edwin, 1924-; Wishart, Megan Louise, 1966- Ref: OHInt-0899-17 Description: Interview with Doug (Douglas) Kingett, born in Sudbury-on-Thames, England, in 1924. Talks about starting to work at the Museum of Transport and Technology (M...
Date: 28 Jun 2004 From: MOTAT Volunteers oral history project By: Kingett, Douglas Edwin, 1924-; Wishart, Megan Louise, 1966- Ref: OHInt-0899-17 Description: Interview with Doug (Douglas) Kingett, born in Sudbury-on-Thames, England, in 1924. Talks about starting to work at the Museum of Transport and Technology (M...
From: MOTAT Volunteers oral history project Ref: OHDL-001901 Description: Comprises two captioned colour photographs of Doug Kingett holding Frances Hunt, toddler daughter of Interviewer Megan Wishart, taken in 2004. Quantity: 2 E...
From: MOTAT Volunteers oral history project Ref: OHDL-001901 Description: Comprises two captioned colour photographs of Doug Kingett holding Frances Hunt, toddler daughter of Interviewer Megan Wishart, taken in 2004. Quantity: 2 E...