Don Dunstan Oral History Collection
The Don Dunstan Oral History Collection is a result of a collaboration between the Don Dunstan Foundation and Flinders University.
Interviews with contemporaries of Don Dunstan, including parliamentary colleagues, public servants, journalists, family and friends were conducted by the Foundation between 2010-2012. The edited transcripts are now available through the Flinders University Dunstan Collection.
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