Jessie Street: a revised autobiography [videorecording] / edited by Lenore Coltheart.

Series: Jessie Street National Women's Library Book LaunchesDescription: 1 video disc (DVD) (60 mins.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 inContent type: Media type: Carrier type: Other title: Jessie Street National Women's Library Book Launch - Lenore ColtheartSubject(s): Coltheart, Lenore | McKew, Maxine | Evatt, Elizabeth, 1933- | Street, Jessie, 1889-1970 | Jones, Shirley | Jessie Street National Women's Library Book Launch 9th March 2004 | Women -- Australia -- Biography | Women's rights -- History | International agencies | Feminism -- History | Australia -- Politics and Government -- History -- 20th centuryDDC classification: 305.42092 Online resources: External link Cast: Speakers : Elizabeth Evatt, Lenore Coltheart and Maxine McKew.Cast: M.C.: Shirley Jones.Summary: Nearly 200 people gathered at the Sydney Town Hall for the launch of "Jessie Street: a revised autobiography". Elizabeth Evatt, who is patron of the library, launched the book. She gave a very interesting talk about the links between the Evatt Family and Jessie. Then Lenore Coltheart spoke about the need to re-publish Jessie's autobiography, "Truth or repose". The final speaker was Maxine McKew, who spoke on the theme "where are the women in politics today?".
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DVD DVD Jessie Street National Women's Library
305.42092 STR (Browse shelf(Opens below)) Available for reference in the library 66778

Title on cover: JSNWL Book Launch - Lenore Coltheart / Sydney Town Hall, 09/03/2004.

The original book was published in Sydney, by the Australasian Book Society, 1966. This revised edition published in Annandale, N.S.W. : Federation Press; 2004.

A full transcript of the book launch is located in the transcripts filing cabinet in the library.

Speakers : Elizabeth Evatt, Lenore Coltheart and Maxine McKew.

M.C.: Shirley Jones.

Nearly 200 people gathered at the Sydney Town Hall for the launch of "Jessie Street: a revised autobiography". Elizabeth Evatt, who is patron of the library, launched the book. She gave a very interesting talk about the links between the Evatt Family and Jessie. Then Lenore Coltheart spoke about the need to re-publish Jessie's autobiography, "Truth or repose". The final speaker was Maxine McKew, who spoke on the theme "where are the women in politics today?".

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