|Oral History of:||Mary Currington|
|Date of interview:||23rd February 2013|
|Link to Transcript:||MAGOHP15_Mary Currington|
|Link to Audio File(s):||Destroyed on request|
|Link to Records/Papers:||Not yet available|
|Interviewer:||Dr Sinéad Pembroke|
|Good Shepherd Magdalene Laundry, Sundays Well; St Aidan’s Industrial School, New Ross; industrial school regime; County Homes; sexual abuse; physical abuse; sewing and needlework; Viyella; sales of Magdalene Laundry needlework; separation of siblings; institutionalisation; rebelliousness; escape attempts; Gardaí returning women and girls to laundries; transfer of religious sisters for questioning laundry/industrial school regime; public interaction with Magdalene women and girls; illegitimacy; post-natal experiences of unmarried women and girls; adoption; surveillance after leaving Magdalene Laundry; emigration; Residential Institutions Redress Board; long-term impact of sexual abuse; family reunion experiences; rejection; loss of identity; religious order as family; survivor reunions; shame; Magdalene Laundry finances; survivor groups; difficulties with solicitors.|
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