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William Morrow - recordings of addresses given by Jessie Street, and interviews with Jessie Street, 1953-1960

Collection Title
William Morrow - recordings of addresses given by Jessie Street, and interviews with Jessie Street, 1953-1960
Repository
Mitchell and Dixson Libraries Manuscripts Collection, State Library of New South Wales
Reference
MLOH 52
Date Range
1953 - 1960
Creator
Morrow, William
Description

Sound recordings - 7hrs 40mins.

1953; Recording of the 50th anniversary celebration of women's suffrage in Australia, including a welcome to delegates, speakers include Dame Mary Gilmore and Henrietta Greville, 16 December 1953. (Call No.: CY MLOH 52/1)

n.d.; Recording of Jessie Street in conversation on nuclear disarmament (Call No.: CY MLOH 52/2)

1960; Recording of Dr Linus Pauling and Mrs Pauling speaking at St Pancras Town Hall, England, on why the world must disarm, 17 July 1960 (Call No.: CY MLOH 52/3)

1959; Recording of the Deserted Wives Conference, speakers include Jessie Street (Call No.: CY MLOH 52/4-5)

n.d.; Recording of Jessie Street speaking on aspects of China; and a recording of a news item in which Jessie Street comments on allegations that the Conference on Disarmament was a communist initiative. (Call No.: CY MLOH 52/6)

n.d.; 'A World without War', being a recording of the British Peace Party National Conference on Disarmament (Call No.: CY MLOH 52/7)

n.d.; Interviews by Jessie Street with suffragettes including Lilian Lenton, Charlotte Marsh, Eileen Casey and Mary Leigh. They recall being in prison, confrontations with the police, and hunger strikes. (Call No.: CY MLOH 52/8)

n.d.; 'Women of Britain. The Story of their Struggle', by Nancy Brush, read by Pat Burke; and interviews by Jessie Street with Charlotte Marsh, Eileen Casey and Mary Leigh (Call No.: CY MLOH 52/9)

n.d.; Recording of Jessie Street speaking about China including illiteracy, living conditions and nomadic minority races (Call No.: CY MLOH 52/10-12)

Formats
Sound recordings
Quantity
12 reels.

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