Dickens' London Issue Title Is Spring In… 1938

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Part of WELCOME SPRING issue.

Dickens' London.

Various shots of old parts of the city where author Charles Dickens lived and some of his books were located. Places include: Johnson's Court, Doughty Street, St Dunstan's Church, Goswell Street, George Inn at Southwark, St Paul's cathedral,...

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Cataloguer:
Amelia
Stock:
Black & White
Sound:
Sound
Media URN:
42190
Sort Number:
NSP 100
Time in/Out:
01:46:20:00 / 01:48:32:00
Canister:
NSP 100
Film ID:
1250.33
Issue Date:
24/02/1938

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