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A wedding film, with joyous family portraits. The guests are seen laughing and fooling around for the camera, with short sequences at the church and reception.
[Compilation of Kent Official Events: Football Stadium; Opening of Motorway; Military inspection; Memorial Service [?] Church Construction work]
|Date||[1935?] [1962?] [1963?] [1960?]||ID||841|
Filmed between the 1930s and 1960s, these compiled scenes document a children's parade in a football stadium, the opening of the M2 motorway, a military inspection, and HRH The Queen attending a memorial event.
[In town; on the river; cathedral]
This short amateur film includes scenes from Boston and Lincoln, Lincolnshire. St. Botolph's Church in Boston and Lincoln Cathedral are seen, as well as other views of the towns, including buildings and rivers.
[Visit to USA and Canada]
An unknown family set off for New York from Southampton on the Berengaria, a Cunard White Star liner, in 1935. Scenes filmed onboard and sightseeing in New York are included.
[Opening of Otford Methodist Church]
|Date||11 July 1935||ID||6155|
This short film appears to show the opening of the new Otford Methodist Church on July 11th 1935. People stand outside the doors of the church and mingle in a garden.
[Hunt; Weddings; Garden Scenes]
A film showing a fox hunt meet, along with several weddings and family scenes in a garden filmed by Ernest Shippam in the mid 1930s.
This colour tinted film shows a wedding at a suburban church (possibly in London?). Guests arrive and go into the church, followed by the bride. The guests and the wedding party then exit the church to attend the reception,accompanied by members of the Lockwood family and other guests at a suburban home.
[Mr and Mrs Corder Wedding]
This colour film features Mr Geoffrey Corder and his wife-to-be at their wedding. It was recorded on early experimental Kodachrome film. The wedding party gather at the entrance to the church in Hendon (?) before and after the ceremony. The newlyweds then leave in a car.
[King George V Silver Jubilee]
This amateur, intertitled, film shows scenes from a tour, for the Silver Jubilee celebrations, in honour of King George V in 1935 between London and Harrow (?), following the completion of the church service in St Paul's Cathedral.
[King George V's Silver Jubilee procession]
|Date||6th May 1935||ID||13488|
An amateur film showing highlights of King George V's Silver Jubilee celebrations and parade filmed in London in 1935.
[Family Compilation: African Scenes; Paris Visit; Winter Scenes; Travel Scenes]
Comprising nine reels of film, this footage begins with a trip by businessman Joseph Horowitz to Johannesburg, South Africa. Travel by ship follows, before scenes of Paris, a canal journey, and portraits of friends in a London street. More footage documents travel through the Alps, a Polish mountain town in winter and Indian street life, before shots of an imposing modern church in a Francophone town.
[“Cathkin” House Compilation]
|Date||1936; 1938; 1950; 1951; 1953||ID||1419|
A collection of films of "Cathkin", the Voss family home, featuring scenes of the children playing in the garden in summer and winter, and tennis matches with friends. A school sports day and wedding are also included.
[Climbing in France]
This edited and intertitled pre-war film shows a group of friends on a climbing trip in the Rhône-Alpes Savoie region of France. The group plan and make preparations at home in a garden, before packing their belongings to set off. In France, the group climb and walk, with views of rural village life, plants and wildlife. The group stop at Pralognan, the waterfalls of the La Fraiche valley, Val-d'Isere and Col de L'Iseran.
Canterbury 1936 Part 2
|Date||Saturday June 20th - Sunday August 9th||ID||11560|
This is part 2 of Sydney Bligh's newsreel, filmed in June, July and August 1936. The film shows various religious and military parades through the Cathedral grounds, the costumed cast from the play 'Cranmer of Canterbury', the burial service of Lady Davidson of Lambeth in the Cloisters, the Kent County Agricultural Show, a children's carnival and a male gymnastic display.
A film by architect Joseph Emberton of a holiday with his wife Kathleen to Brittany. The film begins in St. Malo and they visit Dinard, Mont St. Michel, Coutance Cathedral and Deauville. They travel through Brittany in their Bentley car and enjoy the local architecture as well as the beaches.
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