Item OHP/9 - Interview with Stephen Moulds

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OHP/9

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Interview with Stephen Moulds

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  • 8 Mar 2011 (Creation)

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52 mins, Born-Digital. Audio Visual

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Recording of interview with Stephen Moulds, photography student at Regent Street Polytechnic 1980s and member of SU.

Interviewer: Anna McNally, History Project Archivist.

Discusses: childhood; reasons for joining the Polytechnic; film and photographic arts course - content, students, staff; Student and social life; Student Union - Ents Committee, General Secretary, McGarel, vote of no confidence in President; Student politics/occupations; Freemasons; Facilities - Regent Street cinema and swimming pool,[bath] Bolsover St, New Cavendish St; career.

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Status: Open. Access is subject to signing the Regulations for Access form, unless the records are restricted under the Data Protection Act 2018 or under exemptions in the Freedom of Information Act 2000

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CD held in LG.05/CDBOX3

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