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Mac Miller

Mac Miller's parents are originally from Scotland. He grew up around Smithfield and got up to the usual things young boys did in the early days.

Mac Miller: ... mum used to make, save the cream every Saturday it was my job, mum would save the cream, it was my job to take a jar of cream, remember Don Campbell the shop in Fairfield?

Shirley McLeod: Yes.

Mac Miller: I’d take a jar of cream to Mr Campbell and his wife another jar of cream to Mrs Simms that owned the hotel…

Shirley McLeod: The hotel.

Mac Miller: It was a Saturday ritual.

Shirley McLeod: And you did that on a bike?

Mac Miller: On a push bike and they used to give mum half a pound of butter each.

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