Vaughan Murray Griffin as official artist and a prisoner of the Japanese, interviewed by Tim Bowden
|Title||Vaughan Murray Griffin as official artist and a prisoner of the Japanese, interviewed by Tim Bowden|
|Object type||Oral history|
|Date made||6 December 1982|
|Descriptor||sound tape reel; BASF SP 54R; 7 1/2 ips/19 cm.s; mono; 10 inch|
|Access||Onsite use only|
|Description||A transcript of this recording may be available. For further information please contact the Sound section.|
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