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FIRST TIME SINCE 1914

First Time Since 1914 (1927)

German students visit the Forth Bridge.

BOBBY JONES THE SUPER GOLFER

Bobby Jones The Super Golfer (1927)

Bobby Jones wins the open championship.

THE ROARING GAME

The Roaring Game (1928)

Curling competitions take place at Castle Douglas in Scotland.

THE SWING OF THE KILT

The Swing Of The Kilt (1928)

Soldiers of Glasgow's Territorial Regiments march in a church parade.

CLIMAX OF BRILLIANT BRITISH ENGINEERING FEAT

Climax Of Brilliant British Engineering Feat (1928)

Footage of the upside-down German Battleship...

"To Dear Old Scotland With My Ain Folk!" (1928)

Scottish American Clansmen visit Glasgow and get a...

THE KING IN SCOTLAND

The King In Scotland (1928)

King George V arrives in Scotland for his annual holiday and inspects troops...

A GREAT STATESMAN PASSES

A Great Statesman Passes (1929)

Lord Rosebery, (Archibald Primrose), is buried in Dalmeny, Edinburgh. ...

LAUNCHING OF THE EMPRESS OF CANADA

Launching Of The Empress Of Canada (1920)

The "Empress of Canada", one of C.P.O.S's transpacific...

THISTLE V THE LEEK

Thistle V The Leek (1921)

Scotland beat Wales in an International football match in Aberdeen.

CROWN PRINCE OF JAPAN

Crown Prince Of Japan (1921)

Prince Hirohito of Japan reviews boy scouts on his trip to Edinburgh.

WONDERFUL WALKER TOM PAYNE

Wonderful Walker Tom Payne (1921)

Champion walker Tom Payne in action during his walk from Glasgow to...

KING GEORGE MEETS A RUGBY TEAM

King George Meets A Rugby Team (1922)

King George V is seen shaking hands with rugby team.

ENGLISH V SCOTTISH LEAGUE

English V Scottish League (1922)

Ibrox football stadium hosts English V Scottish League match, Glasgow...

POWDERHALL MARATHON

Powderhall Marathon (1922)

Professional race meeting for members of the public in Edinburgh, Scotland

SCOTTISH CUP FINAL

Scottish Cup Final (1922)

Morton beat Glasgow Rangers in Scottish Cup Final.

ROYAL INFIRMARY FLOWER DAY

Royal Infirmary Flower Day (1922)

Flower Day for the Royal Family, Glasgow, Scotland.

AUSTRALIAN BOWLING TEAM

Australian Bowling Team (1922)

Australian Bowling Team in Glasgow, Scotland.

RUDDER FOR 'QUEEN ELIZABETH' - GLASGOW

Rudder For 'queen Elizabeth' - Glasgow (1938)

A glimpse of the huge steel rudder for the new liner...

EDINBURGH

Edinburgh (1938)

A Scottish regiment is involved in a ceremony in the grounds of Edinburgh castle,...

CENTURIES OLD CEREMONY

Centuries Old Ceremony (1922)

New Scottish peers are summoned to Holyrood House, Edinburgh, Scotland.

QUEEN AT ABERDEEN aka H. M. THE QUEEN

Queen At Aberdeen AKA H. M. The Queen (1922)

Queen Mary receives a degree at Aberdeen University,...

SIR JAMES BARRIE

Sir James Barrie (1922)

Sir James Barrie at St Andrews University, Scotland.

COLOURS OF THE BATTALIONS COLOURS OF THE 15 TH & 16 TH BATTALIONS OF THE H.L.I....

Colours Of The Battalions Colours Of The 15 Th & 16 Th Battalions Of The H.L.I.... (1922)

Footage...

LAST INTERNATIONAL OF THE SEASON

Last International Of The Season (1923)

Football - England and Scotland draw at Hampden Park in last...

SIGNS OF BETTER TIMES

Signs Of Better Times (1923)

Anchor liner "California" is finally launched after work resumed despite...

ANNUAL REVIEW OF BOYS' BRIGADE

Annual Review Of Boys' Brigade (1923)

Lord Blyswood inspects boys' brigade in annual review. Glasgow,...

OPEN GOLF

Open Golf (1923)

A. Havers wins Open Golf Championship in Troon, Scotland.

THE NORTHERN GAMES

The Northern Games (1923)

Highland dancing and rifle drills form part of the Northern Games in Scotland....

AN HONOUR WELL EARNED

An Honour Well Earned (1923)

Sir Thomas Lipton is given the Freedom of the City of Glasgow.

OIL IN SCOTLAND NEAR DALKEITH

Oil In Scotland Near Dalkeith (1938)

Oil is pumped into tankers at an oil field in Mid Lothian,...

GLASGOW STUDENTS RAG

Glasgow Students Rag (1938)

Soot and flour bombs are thrown at the students rag in Glasgow, Scotland.

DER TAG - 1924 SCAPA FLOW

Der Tag - 1924 Scapa Flow (1924)

Sunken German World War One Vessels are salvaged off Scottish coast.

BORDER TOWNS UNITE

Border Towns Unite (1929)

The Duke of Buccleuch unites the border towns of Dumfries and Maxwelltown in...

ROTOR SHIP EXTRA

Rotor Ship Extra (1925)

More footage of the new rotor ship on its journey to Firth of Forth.

AND CHEAPER THAN STEEL

And Cheaper Than Steel (1925)

Sir John Gilmour opens new housing scheme in Glasgow.

MR STANLEY BALDWIN

Mr Stanley Baldwin (1930)

Stanley Baldwin is installed as the rector of Glasgow University, Scotland.

10,000 - AGRICULTURISTS

10,000 - Agriculturists (1930)

10,000 agriculturists attend a demonstration over state of the industry....

MR BALDWIN

Mr Baldwin (1930)

Stanley Baldwin receives Freedom of St. Andrews after becoming Rector of the University....

700TH CHURCH ANNIVERSARY Dublin issue

700th Church Anniversary Dublin Issue (1942)

Procession marks the 700th anniversary of ancient...

THE OPEN

The Open (1925)

American golfer Jim Barnes wins the Open at Prestwick in Scotland.

20,000 EGGS SOOT AND FLOUR

20,000 Eggs Soot And Flour (1925)

Students at Glasgow University take part in good-natured fight with...

RUGBY INTERNATIONAL

Rugby International (1926)

Crowds on their way to ground at Murrayfield to watch Scotland play Ireland...

AMATEUR GOLF  CHAMPIONSHIP

Amateur Golf Championship (1926)

American team are beaten in opening stages of Amateur Golf...

BY 6 + 5

By 6 + 5 (1926)

J. Sweetser gains victory for America in Amateur Golf Championship held in Scotland.

FOR THE FIFTH CONSECUTIVE TIME

For The Fifth Consecutive Time (1926)

America wins the Walker Cup at St. Andrews golf course.

40 HIGH SCHOOL TEACHERS

40 High School Teachers (1926)

Lady Beaverbrook welcomes a party of Canadian teachers on an educational...

GENERAL SIKORSKI HONOURS POLISH BRIGADE

General Sikorski Honours Polish Brigade (1940)

The Polish PM presents medals to soldiers and nurses...

MAKING THEMSELVES AT HOME

Making Themselves At Home (1940)

Polish troops stationed in Scotland learn and teach dances to local...

GLASGOW'S HOME GUARD

Glasgow's Home Guard (1940)

Men of Glasgow's Dad's Army parade through the City.