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JEWELLERY

Jewellery (1953)

The creation of a diamond tiara.

CLOTH FLOWERS aka ARTIFICIAL FLOWERS

Cloth Flowers AKA Artificial Flowers (1957)

Processes involved in making artificial flowers.

MRS ROOSEVELT IN SCOTLAND

Mrs Roosevelt In Scotland (1942)

Eleanor Roosevelt visits Glasgow shipyard, greeted by 15,000 workers...

SHEFFIELD ON ITS METTLE

Sheffield On Its Mettle (1948)

Sheffield proudly presents its metalwork.

DOCK STRIKE

Dock Strike (1955)

Docks remain abandoned as 18,000 dock strikers negotiate their rights.

MYSTERY VOICE

Mystery Voice (1945)

A look at work of Dorothy Harris, station announcer at Euston.

BEES

Bees (1953)

Harry Thompson shows bee insemination carried out to produce new British bee. Fishbourne.

SMOKED TURKEYS

Smoked Turkeys (1954)

Butcher Harry West creates vacuum packed smoked turkeys. Tottenham, London.

FARMING

Farming (1950-1969)

Various shots of machines in use on arable, dairy and poultry farms.

SHEFFIELD STEEL WORKS

Sheffield Steel Works (1948)

Men showing their skills at Sheffield steel works.

GOAT FARM

Goat Farm (1956)

Goats being milked and live yoghurt being made at a farm in Stretton-on-Dunsmore.

ROSE PETAL CIGARETTES

Rose Petal Cigarettes (1959)

For those with sensitive lips - cigarettes with rose petal tips.

BACKSTAGE WITH SOOTY

Backstage With Sooty (1966)

Sooty is brought to life with the help of Harry Corbett and also Bill...

LORD BURNHAM

Lord Burnham (1931)

Lord Burnham opens a convalescent home for Newsagents in Shropshire.

A REALLY OLD TIME JOB

A Really Old Time Job (1924)

An old fashioned tannery in the Cotswolds is featured - various processes...

AROUND BRITAIN - GLASGOW - AMERICA'S FOOD GIFT

Around Britain - Glasgow - America's Food Gift (1948)

Food ship arrives to Glasgow from America.

RECORD BIDS AT NEWMARKET SALES

Record Bids At Newmarket Sales (1954)

Extremely high prices at the racing horses Christmas sale at...

WOOD CARVER issue title is BREAK AWAY

Wood Carver Issue Title Is Break Away (1939)

Ex-joiner Harry MacDonald carves wooden animal figures....

THE BIG STRIKE

The Big Strike (1956)

Clashes at the gates of B.M.C. factories as strike goes on - workers beat up...

SOVIET AMBASSADOR AT FLOWER SHOW

Soviet Ambassador At Flower Show (1955)

Soviet Ambassador and his wife are guests of honour at...

CLAY PIPE MAKING

Clay Pipe Making (1952)

Clay pipe making at small workshop in Broseley, Shropshire.

MAKING BAGPIPES

Making Bagpipes (1952)

Footage of bagpipe making in Camden Town, London.

CLIFF CLIMBING

Cliff Climbing (1948)

Abseiler collects gull eggs from Bridlington cliffs to sell as food.

SWORDS

Swords (1953)

A look at how swords are made and assembled in Acton, London.

CHURCHILL ON TOUR

Churchill On Tour (1941)

Winston Churchill and Harry Hopkins visit dockyard in South of England.

SMITHFIELD CATTLE SHOW

Smithfield Cattle Show (1949)

Smithfield Cattle Show takes place at Earl's Court, London.

PANDA HOTEL CHILDREN'S SCHOOL

Panda Hotel Children's School (1952)

The Panda Hotel especially for children. London.

DIAMOND MINING IN SOUTH AFRICA

Diamond Mining In South Africa (1960)

Diamond mining in Oranjemund, South West Africa.

TRUMAN VISITS NEW YORK WORLD'S FAIR SITE

Truman Visits New York World's Fair Site (1962)

Former American President Harry Truman visits New...

OUT TAKES / CUTS FROM CP 427 - PAINTING REPRODUCTIONS and TROUT INN

Out Takes / Cuts From Cp 427 - Painting Reproductions And Trout Inn (1963)

Out takes (rushes,...

TRUMAN VISITS CANADA

Truman Visits Canada (1947)

American President Harry Truman pays a visit North of the Border to speak to...

US MINE DISASTER LNER

Us Mine Disaster Lner (1938)

Crowds wait for news of loved ones after two explosions at a mine in the...

BABY AUSTIN GROWS UP

Baby Austin Grows Up (1955)

Austin Motors celebrate their Golden Jubilee - Veteran Car Club joins in.

ABSTRACTS SELL FOR £536,500

Abstracts Sell For £536,500 (1964)

Sale of paintings at Sotheby's by Russian abstract artist Vasily...

BUILDING FAMILY

Building Family (1954)

Henry Stoneham's son and 2 daughters work with him on a house as they learn...

WESTMINSTER ABBEY

Westminster Abbey (1953)

Item showing restoration work being carried out on Westminster Abbey. London.

PRESIDENT TRUMAN SIGNS LOAN

President Truman Signs Loan (1946)

American President Harry Truman signs loan to England.

CHICAGO VETS CABS

Chicago Vets Cabs (1946)

US taxi motorcade through Washington DC, driven by war veterans who want cab...

BRITISH WAR LOAN

British War Loan (1946)

President Truman speaks on the British War Loan and trade between Britain and...

TRUMAN AT GRAND COULEE DAM

Truman At Grand Coulee Dam (1950)

American President Harry Truman at Grand Coulee dam and Union...

TRUMAN AND MOSSADEQ

Truman And Mossadeq (1951)

Meeting which it is hoped that the two men will find a solution to the...

TRUMAN DEDICATES ATOMIC SUBMARINE 'NAUTILUS'

Truman Dedicates Atomic Submarine 'nautilus' (1952)

President Harry Truman dedicates world's first...

INDIAN GRAIN BILL - LOAN OF $190 MILLION FOR GRAIN PURCHASES

Indian Grain Bill - Loan Of $190 Million For Grain Purchases (1951)

President Truman signs a...

FIREWORKS beware - other Colour Pics share this title

Fireworks Beware - Other Colour Pics Share This Title (1958)

A look at the ways in which...

SAFETY STRAP GARDENERS aka HANGING GARDENERS

Safety Strap Gardeners AKA Hanging Gardeners (1959)

To tend to a garden situated on the edge of a...

CHALK PORTRAITS

Chalk Portraits (1955)

Footage of tailor Harry Weatherill using dressmaker's chalk to draw portraits on...

THE VITAL VACCINE

The Vital Vaccine (1957)

A short film showing how Polio vaccine is manufactured.

BRITAIN'S CYCLES ON SHOW

Britain's Cycles On Show (1954)

Motorcycles take the stands at Earl's Court's Motorcycle Show.

AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHY

Aerial Photography (1952)

Aerial photographers seen taking pictures of aeroplane in flight.

HEATH VISITS WEAVERS

Heath Visits Weavers (1965)

Edward Heath visits Stornoway and Harris tweed factory. Outer Hebrides.