Interview with Ian Campbell
- 21 May 1987
- Campbell, Ian Drummond (Professor), 1910-2001
Professor Ian Campbell describes legal background, reasons attracted to job of General Secretary of the Association, family union background, applying for the job, what needed to be done, duties, salary, hours, tours of country, attitude of members to him and to the Association, relationship with Commissioner and Minister, success with getting conference remits realised, his opinion on the best way for the Association to press for change at the time, various delegates: Detective Murray, Tom Smith, D J M Hewitt, Caldwell, A B Meiklejohn, G H L Holt, issue of legal aid, work on the newsletter.
Discusses issue of early retirement, issue of hours of work, issue of rostering in Wellington, superannuation, reasons for resignation, achievements.
Venue - Lower Hutt
Interviewer(s) - Geoffrey Terpstra
Venue - At Ian Campbell's home at 47 Brunswick Street, Lower Hutt
Arrangement: Tape numbers - OHC-001619 - OHC-001620
Quantity: 2 C60 cassette(s). 1 printed abstract(s). 1.20 Hours and minutes Duration.
Finding Aids: Abstract Available - abstracting complete AB 250.
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- 2 C60 cassette(s), 1 printed abstract(s), 1.20 Hours and minutes Duration, Oral histories, Equipment used: Sony WM-D6C: Aiwa DMD5 microphone
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