The Street family [videorecording].

Contributor(s): Australian Broadcasting CorporationSeries: Dynasties (Television program)Publication details: Sydney : Australian Broadcasting Corporation, c2002Description: 1 videodisc (DVD (26 min.) : sd., col. with b&w sequences ; 4 3/4 inOther title: DynastiesSubject(s): Street family | Judges -- New South Wales -- BiographyDDC classification: 340.092 Online resources: Thumbnail Summary: In the traditional world of Sydney's legal establishment, no family sits higher than the Streets. For three successive generations, the men of this family have reigned as Chief Justices of New South Wales. They have been loyal defenders of law and the crown for over a century. But this family also included one of Australia's most redoubtable suffragettes. Jessie Street was the daughter-in-law, wife and mother of Chief Justices, yet remained a proud socialist and supporter of the Soviet Union.
List(s) this item appears in: Jessie Street: Stage 6 History Women's movements
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DVD DVD Jessie Street National Women's Library
340.092 STR (Browse shelf(Opens below)) Available for reference in the library 66764

Originally produced on videocassette.

In the traditional world of Sydney's legal establishment, no family sits higher than the Streets. For three successive generations, the men of this family have reigned as Chief Justices of New South Wales. They have been loyal defenders of law and the crown for over a century. But this family also included one of Australia's most redoubtable suffragettes. Jessie Street was the daughter-in-law, wife and mother of Chief Justices, yet remained a proud socialist and supporter of the Soviet Union.

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