MOTAT oral history interview with James Dickey

Jim Dickey, Interviewee;  Roger Munns, Interviewer; 

14 Mar 2007
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Maker and Role
Jim Dickey, Interviewee
Roger Munns, Interviewer
Production Date
14 Mar 2007
Oral history interview with James Dickey covering his training and work as a flight rigger in the Royal New Zealand Air Force during World War, 1939-1945. Interview covers servicing Curtiss P-4 Kittyhawk and Vought F4U Corsair aircraft at Ardmore aerodrome, and servicing PBY Catalina flying boats at Hobsonville airbase.
Physical Description
1 sound cassette (ca. 57 minutes) : analog.
Current Rights
All rights reserved
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Credit Line
Jim Dickey et al. 14 Mar 2007. MOTAT oral history interview with James Dickey, 07-1508. Walsh Memorial Library, The Museum of Transport and Technology (MOTAT).

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