Funeral Of Dr. Douglas Hyde - Former President… 1949

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    Dublin.

    Funeral of Dr Douglas Hyde, former President of Ireland. Note from Mr Sean Lewis, the editor states Dr Hyde being a Protestant the ministers who are Catholics could not attend the service but joined the cortege outside Cathedral as coffin was being carried out.

    LMS. MS. The cortege passing along O'Connell St., Dublin. (5 shots) MS. Onlookers. LMS. Pan from President Costello Prime Minister of Eire and Ministers standing outside Cathedral to the coffin being carried out of St. Patricks Cathedral to motor hearse. LS. MS. Relatives and mourners leaving Cathedral (2 shots) LS. Escort slow marching. St. Patricks, cathedral seen in background. MS. Troops slow marching. MS. Onlookers. Cortege passing. LS. GV. cortege and military escort with long procession of cars passing out of the city. (2 shots)

    (Mute. Orig. Neg.)

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    British Pathé
    Issue Date:
    1949
    Sound:
    Mute
    Media URN:
    77606
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    Available on request
    Film ID:
    2499.24
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    Black & White
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    00:02:21:00
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    01:49:11:00 / 01:51:32:00
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    UN 2149 B
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    UN 2149 B
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