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TENNIS

Tennis (1921)

American Lawn Tennis Champion W.T. Tilden practises shots for the All-England Championships....

LAWN TENNIS CHAMPION

Lawn Tennis Champion (1921)

U.S. lawn tennis champion W.J. Tilden practises for the All England...

RUNNING TO BRIGHTON AND BACK TWICE

Running To Brighton And Back Twice (1921)

C.W. Hart aged 56 puts in a good performance together with...

TURNER PAINTINGS

Turner Paintings (1970-1979)

Various close up shots of paintings by John Turner - lots of sunsets and ships...

FUNERAL OF COUNCILLOR W WESTCOTT

Funeral Of Councillor W Westcott (1920-1929)

Funeral procession of Councillor W Westcott, 'the father of...

THE MAYOR MAKES THE PLUNGE

The Mayor Makes The Plunge (1933)

The Mayor of Guildford opens new swimming pool - by diving in.

HUMAN LOUD SPEAKERS

Human Loud Speakers (1927)

Crazy scenes in silence of town criers.

OUR TEAM FOR RYDER CUP

Our Team For Ryder Cup (1929)

Shots of George Duncan and the British Ryder Cup golf team in Harrogate,...

CAN YOU BEAT IT!

Can You Beat It! (1923)

Plympton's 188 year old fire engine is still going strong.

ULSTER GRAND PRIX

Ulster Grand Prix (1923)

W. L. Handley wins Ulster Grand Prix, whilst others crash on a difficult...

A.R.P. PRAM - HEXTABLE

A.R.P. Pram - Hextable (1938)

A gas proof pram filters the air and keeps baby safe, invented by F. W....

AMATEUR GOLF  CHAMPIONSHIP

Amateur Golf Championship (1926)

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

MAGIC EYE

Magic Eye (1938)

Mr C. W. Roberts invents a periscope which enables him to look at all directions.

CANCER APPEAL

Cancer Appeal (1956)

Col. W.R. Fitzgerald speaking for cancer appeal.

W.A. WINNEY, ESQUIRE

W.A. Winney, Esquire (1914-1918)

Footage of W.A. Winney.

A MECHANICAL DATAS

A Mechanical Datas (1935)

Sir Frederick Wall starts the new machine which answers questions at the push...

SKATING CHAMPIONSHIPS aka AMATEUR SKATING CHAMPIONSHIP

Skating Championships AKA Amateur Skating Championship (1928)

C.W. Horn beats F.W. Dix in the...

ANOTHER RECORD FOR BRITAIN

Another Record For Britain (1929)

Mr R. W. Weatherall breaks speed record in his outboard motorboat...

"Human Loud Speakers" (1932)

A town criers' competition held in Lyme Regis in Dorset. Lots of bells and...

NATIONAL LONG-DISTANCE SWIMMING CHAMPIONSHIP

National Long-Distance Swimming Championship (1930)

Amateur swimmers compete along a course on the...

"Human Loud Speakers" (1933)

A town criers' competition held in Lyme Regis in Dorset. Lots of bells and...

SKATING EVERYWHERE!

Skating Everywhere! (1931)

People enjoy a cold snap by skating on frozen fens in Lincolnshire.

FOR THE THIRD TIME!

For The Third Time! (1931)

Tommy Green wins the Manchester to Blackpool walking race - again!

37TH ANNUAL HILL CLIMB CHAMPIONSHIP

37th Annual Hill Climb Championship (1931)

Annual hill climb competition pits cyclists against a long...

YACHTING AT COWES

Yachting At Cowes (1937)

People enjoy yachting at Cowes, Isle of White.

NEW SLUICE GATES OPENED AT ALLINGTON LOCKS

New Sluice Gates Opened At Allington Locks (1937)

Opening of the new sluice gates at Allington...

THE NEW BABY CAR

The New Baby Car (1939)

Footage of tiny car being driven through the streets of London.

PETE DESJARDINE

Pete Desjardine (1932)

Olympic Diver Pete Desjardine demonstrates numerous dives at an outdoor pool.

LONDON TO BRIGHTON WALK & CUTS

London To Brighton Walk & Cuts (1926)

Annual London to Birghton speed walking competition.

SECOND TO NONE!

Second To None! (1927)

Major General Atcherley inspects the Manchester Police.

BIG BILL COMES BACK

Big Bill Comes Back (1927)

Tennis: W.T.. Tilden defeats Rene Lacoste in Paris.

ON THE WORLD'S OLDEST BOWLING GREEN

On The World's Oldest Bowling Green (1927)

Ceremonial scenes at a bowling green.

FOR THE FOURTH TIME

For The Fourth Time (1928)

W.F. Baker of Queen's Park Harriers wins London - Brighton walk gaining...

CAMERA INTERVIEWS - THE SEA CAPTAIN

Camera Interviews - The Sea Captain (1923)

The Commander of the Aquitania is seen going about his...

SECOND TO NONE IN THE LAND

Second To None In The Land (1929)

Major General Sir L. W. Atcherley reviews Liverpool's police force....

BOWLING TOURNAMENT

Bowling Tournament (1922)

Bowls "Derby" in Blackpool, Lancashire.

ULSTER GRAND PRIX

Ulster Grand Prix (1923)

The Ulster Grand Prix is won by W. L. Handley but many competitors crash.

NATIONAL CROSS COUNTRY CHAMPIONSHIPS  aka NATIONAL CROSS COUNTRY CHAMPIONSHIP

National Cross Country Championships AKA National Cross Country Championship (1924)

Corporal...

BY ONE POINT

By One Point (1924)

W. Hagen wins the Open Golf Championship for America.

GRASMERE SPORTS

Grasmere Sports (1938)

Dogs and men race at the famous Grasmere Sports in the Lake District.

OUR CAMERAMEN WILL GO ANYWHERE

Our Cameramen Will Go Anywhere (1925)

Not for the faint hearted! A cameraman is up 250 foot spire of...

THE UNDERSEA BATTLESHIP ARRIVES

The Undersea Battleship Arrives (1925)

Footage of the X1, the largest submarine in the world. Isle...

NOT A SINGLE BUTTON LEFT BEHIND

Not A Single Button Left Behind (1929)

Commander-in-Chief, General Sir W. Thwaites, and last of...

JUST LIKE MOTHER

Just Like Mother (1942)

WAAFs in white learn about carving meat and cooking, then make meals for RAF...

FAMOUS TRAINS BIRTHDAY PARTY

Famous Trains Birthday Party (1929)

Steam locomotive the 'Southern Belle' has 21st birthday...

THE WEDDING OF THE SEASON

The Wedding Of The Season (1925)

Lady Alexandra Curzon marries Major E. W. Metcalfe in London, big...

THE BRIGHTON WALK

The Brighton Walk (1925)

W. P. Baker wins the London to Brighton walk for the second year running.

AS IN DICK WHITTINGTON'S DAY

As In Dick Whittington's Day (1925)

City Fathers parade through London to the Guildhall to elect new...

IN MEMORIAM aka IN MEMORIUM

In Memoriam AKA In Memorium (1925)

A memorial service is held for the men lost in the M.1 submarine...

IRELAND DEFEAT FRANCE

Ireland Defeat France (1926)

Ireland beat France at rugby in Belfast.