A young Barry Crump (centre) poses for a family photograph with his brothers Colin (left) and Bill. Their father’s violence marred the children’s early years, but Barry found an escape through reading and listening to radio serials.
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Reference: Barry Crump, The life and times of a good keen man: an autobiography. Auckland: Hodder Moa Beckett, 1996.
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