|Oral History of:||Frances Walsh|
|Date of interview:||28th March 2013|
|Link to Transcript:||MAGOHP20_ANON_Frances Walsh|
|Link to Audio File(s):||Audio file destroyed on request|
|Link to Records/Papers:||None available|
|Interviewer:||Dr Sinéad Pembroke|
|Sisters of Mercy Mount Carmel Industrial School, Moate, Co Westmeath; Residential Institutions Redress Board; self-education; Sisters of Mercy Magdalene Laundry, Dun Laoghaire; rebelliousness (in industrial school); Residential Institutions Redress Board (RIRB); Section 28 (6) of Residential Institutions Redress Act, 2002; name changing in Industrial School; St Michael’s Hospital, Dun Laoghaire; death and burial practices at Magdalene Laundries; separation from family due to Industrial School and Magdalene Laundry system; stigma of illegitimacy; interaction between laundry and hospital on same campus; positive experiences with religious sisters; religiosity; improvements in laundry conditions in later years; shame and stigma.|
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