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Ho, Elizabeth F. (Elizabeth Francesca)

Overview
Works: 22 works in 22 publications in 1 language and 70 library holdings
Genres: History  Archives  Biography  Bibliography 
Classifications: TX714, 641.5
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Publications about Elizabeth F Ho
Publications by Elizabeth F Ho
Most widely held works by Elizabeth F Ho
My food by Cheong Liew( Book )
1 edition published in 1995 in English and held by 42 libraries worldwide
Building the future : the Bob Hawke Prime Ministerial Centre by Hawke Centre( Book )
1 edition published in 2013 in English and held by 4 libraries worldwide
Wladyslaw Dutkiewicz : a partisan for art : Polish-Australian artist, actor and theatrical director by Adam Dutkiewicz( Book )
1 edition published in 2013 in English and held by 4 libraries worldwide
Social and community impact : siting of large roads and highways : a select list of books, reports and articles by Elizabeth F Ho( Book )
1 edition published in 1975 in English and held by 2 libraries worldwide
An evening with Imam Feisal Abdul Rauf by Feisal Abdul Rauf( Sound Recording )
1 edition published in 2006 in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Launch of Mortlock Library of South Australiana's published film collection by Elizabeth F Ho( Sound Recording )
1 edition published in 1995 in English and held by 1 library worldwide
A recording of the speeches made at the launch of the Mortlock Library of South Australiana's published film collection and its role as Access Centre for the National Film and Sound Archive. The launch followed the screening of the 1918 silent film, The Woman Suffers. The speakers are Elizabeth Ho, Assistant Director, State Library of South Australia, and Meg Labrum, Senior Manager (Access), National Film and Sound Archive, Canberra. The occasion also marked the Centenary of Cinema
South Australian Handover of the Once Upon a Wireless Project ( Sound Recording )
1 edition published in 1996 in English and held by 1 library worldwide
A recording of the function in the lecture theatre of the Institute Building, Kintore Avenue, Adelaide on 23 October 1996 to handover the South Australian section of the national Once Upon a Wireless project, an oral history of Australian commercial radio. The South Australian committee was convened by the Oral History Officer, Mortlock Library of South Australiana. Fran Awcock, Director of the State Library of South Australia welcomes guests who include veterans of commercial radio; Bruce Leonard, Chairman of Once Upon a Wireless Ltd, talks about the background of the project; Graham Evans, Manager - Collection Development, National Film and Sound Archive, receives the original recordings of the South Australian interviews; Rick Palmer, representing the South Australian committee, presents the copies of the recordings to be held in the Mortlock Library; and Elizabeth Ho, Assistant Director, State Library, responds
Women in Politics: A Forum in the Centenary Year of Women's Suffrage ( Sound Recording )
1 edition published in 1994 in English and held by 1 library worldwide
A recording of a forum presented by the State Library of South Australian in conjunction with the South Australian Centre for Australian Studies and the Constitutional Centenary Foundation in which South Australian women from government and politics speak about the historical perspective of women in parliament; a pioneer woman in politics; the inside story of South Australian politics; women presidents of political parties; and a survival guide for women in politics. The forum was held in the lecture theatre of the Institute Building, North Terrace, Adelaide
Launch of the Glorious Antiphonal Exhibition ( Sound Recording )
1 edition published in 1998 in English and held by 1 library worldwide
A recording of the function in the exhibition foyer of the State Library of South Australia on 6 February 1998 to launch an exhibition about The Antiphonal, an illuminated music manuscript book created in the 13th century in a central Italian monastery. The book was acquired for the Library's Rare Books Collection in 1945 by the Friends of the State Library. The exhibition, which was a part of the 1998 Adelaide Festival of Arts, features the book's conservation and the development of a Web site on the Internet. The launch begins and ends with performances of Antiphonal music by Flight of Ideas. The speakers are Robyn Collins, Director of the State Library; Alan Brissenden, President of the Friends of the State Library; Robyn Archer, Director of the 1998 Adelaide Festival of Arts; and Elizabeth Ho, Associate Director, State Library
Max Fatchen Day: a celebration of the work of South Australian writer, Max Fatchen ( Sound Recording )
1 edition published in 1998 in English and held by 1 library worldwide
A recording of an afternoon event celebrating the work of South Australian journalist and writer Max Fatchen, presented by the State Library of South Australia and held in the lecture theatre of the Institute Building, Adelaide. Robyn Collins, Director of the State Library, welcomes the audience; Andrew Male, journalist and Fatchen's biographer, talks about his colleague; Max Fatchen recites a parody of Henry V's speech before the battle of Agincourt, on the subject of Max Fatchen Day; the Metropolitan Male Choir of South Australia sing 'Night on the track' and 'Rain on the track', two songs written by Fatchen and set to music by Henry Krips; Maureen Sherlock, actor and writer, speaks about the films made from Fatchen's books 'Chase through the night' and 'The river kings'; Max Fatchen presents a talk titled 'Confessions of a geriatric jester'; and six readers present selections from Fatchen's works. The readers are: Rosie Love, Year 4 student from Stirling East Primary School; Stewart Cockburn, journalist and colleague; Elizabeth Ho, Associate Director of the State Library; Rebecca Dowd, Year 10 student at Woodlands School; Ian Doyle, rural reporter for Channel 7; and Charlotte George, Year 10 student at Wilderness School. All three students acknowledge Fatchen as their literary mentor and two read poems he has written for them. Max Fatchen and Robyn Collins make concluding remarks
Address by Jane Lomax-Smith by Jane Lomax-Smith( Sound Recording )
1 edition published in 1998 in English and held by 1 library worldwide
A recording of a lunchtime talk given by the Lord Mayor of Adelaide, presented by the South Australian Centre for Australian Studies in conjunction with the State Library of South Australia, entitled 'Adelaide Globalised not Homogenised'. Elizabeth Ho, Director of SACAS, introduces the speaker. Brian Samuels, of the State Heritage Branch, proposes the vote of thanks
Farewell to Frances Awcock ( Sound Recording )
1 edition published in 1997 in English and held by 1 library worldwide
A recording of the function in the West Wing of the Art Gallery of South Australia on 29 July 1997 to farewell Fran Awcock, the Director of the State Library of South Australia, 1991-1997. Peter Wylie, Chairman of the Libraries Board of South Australia speaks on behalf of the Board; Elizabeth Ho, Associate Director, on behalf of staff; Alan Brissenden, President of the Friends of the State Library, on behalf of the Friends; and Rosemary Craddock, Mayor of Walkerville, on behalf of the Local Government Association. After Fran Awcock's response, the Minister for the Arts, Diana Laidlaw, proposes a toast
Perspectives on Playford: A Public Seminar ( Sound Recording )
1 edition published in 1996 in English and held by 1 library worldwide
A recording of a public seminar presented by the State Library of South Australia in association with the South Australian Centre for Australian Studies. The purpose of the seminar was to celebrate the centenary of the birth of Sir Thomas Playford, Premier of South Australia from 1938 to 1965. The seminar was held in the lecture theatre of the Institute Building. The proceedings are formally opened by Dean Brown, Premier, who is introduced to the audience by Fran Awcock, Director of the State Library of South Australia. The speakers, introduced by Emeritus Professor Hugh Stretton, are Stewart Cockburn, Don Dunstan, Jennifer Cashmore, John Bannon and Dr Jim Forbes. Elizabeth Ho, as Director of the South Australian Centre for Australian Studies, concludes the proceedings
The South Australian Garden ( Sound Recording )
1 edition published in 1993 in English and held by 1 library worldwide
A public forum presented by the Professional and Community Branches of the South Australian Centre for Australian Studies at the State Library Lecture Theatre, Institute Building, Adelaide. Elizabeth Ho, co-convenor, provides introductions and acknowledgements. Pauline Payne, co-convenor and chairperson, introduces the theme and speakers. Brian Moore of the Adelaide Botanic Gardens speaks to a slide presentation about nature conservation in the home garden. Author Ninette Dutton speaks on the topic 'A passionate gardener: a personal approach'. Trevor Nottle, president of the Australian Garden History Society, speaks to a slide presentation about 'Influences, multicultural and otherwise, on the South Australian garden'. Leith MacGillivray, assistant convenor, proposes the vote of thanks
Stockwhip and Spur: Readings from Australian bush ballads ( Sound Recording )
1 edition published in 1999 in English and held by 1 library worldwide
A recording of readings from the works of traditional Australian bush balladists performed during Stockwhip and Spur, presented by the State Library of South Australia and held in the lecture theatre of the Institute Building, Adelaide. The event begins with the McCarthy Brothers playing traditional Australian folk music. Robyn Collins, Director of the State Library, introduces the readers: Graham Cornes, Valmai Hankel, Ian Chesterman, Kevin Naughton, Elizabeth Ho, John Bannon, Carole Whitelock and Keith Conlon. The recording is interrupted by a break in performances for afternoon tea
Speeches at the 30th Anniversary Screening of They're a Weird Mob by Elizabeth F Ho( Sound Recording )
1 edition published in 1996 in English and held by 1 library worldwide
A recording of the speeches made at the public screening of the film They're a Weird Mob which marked 30 years since its release. The speakers are chairperson Elizabeth Ho, Assistant Director, State Library of South Australia and Director, Professional Branch of the South Australian Centre for Australian Studies; Viv Szekeres, Director, Migration Museum who introduces the film; and Ron Hoenig, writer, actor and former Director of the Multicultural Arts Trust who makes comments after the screening on how the film reflects the Australian identity
Address by Dr. Susan Magarey by Susan Magarey( Sound Recording )
1 edition published in 1993 in English and held by 1 library worldwide
A talk organised by the South Australian Centre for Australian Studies (Professional and Community Branches) in the Kingston Room at Old Parliament House to mark the Centenary of Women's Suffrage, 1894-1994. The audience is welcomed by Brian Samuels, Acting Director of OPH, and the speaker is introduced by Elizabeth Ho, Interim Convenor of the Professional Branch. Dr Magarey's talk examines the 1894 debates about women's suffrage through a discussion of the roles of three individuals: parliamentarian Ebenezer Ward, reformer Rose Birks and a young prostitute depicted in the 1907 book 'Darkest Adelaide'. Twenty minutes of questions and discussion follow the talk. Dr Leith MacGillivray proposes the vote of thanks
Heritage Exposed: Current trends in heritage management and conservation : A Public Seminar ( Sound Recording )
1 edition published in 1998 in English and held by 1 library worldwide
A recording of a public seminar presented by the South Australian Centre for Australian Studies. The seminar was held in the lecture theatre of the Institute Building, North Terrace, Adelaide. Elizabeth Ho, SACAS Director and Associate Director of the State Library of South Australia, introduces the event and speaks to the seminar theme in relation to libraries. The other speakers are Brian Samuels, representing built heritage; Dr Noris Ioannou, cultural landscape; and Geoff Speirs, museums (replacing Christine Finnimore who was advertised to speak). Discussion follows
Bloomsday, 16 June 1993 ( Sound Recording )
1 edition published in 1993 in English and held by 1 library worldwide
The traditional day of readings from James Joyce's 'Ulysses' held in the newly renovated lecture room of the Institute Building, corner of North Terrace and Kintore Avenue, Adelaide. The event was presented by the State Library of South Australia and involved over 70 participants as readers, hosts and performers of musical items
Preservation policy for the State Library of South Australia by State Library of South Australia( Book )
1 edition published in 1993 in English and held by 1 library worldwide
 
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Alternative Names
Ho, Elizabeth (Elizabeth Francesca), 1951-
Languages
English (20)
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