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    King George V visit to Hull. Humberside.

    King George V & Queen Mary visit Hull. They drive through streets in open carriage; huge crowds come out to see them. Lots of decorations. flags; bunting; streamers; flowers strung; twisted into ropes and hanging from poles and buildings. Also shots - out of sequence -- of George and May getting in and out of their coach; in front of a building with a pillared front. The King is not wearing Army uniform which is a change from the last several years worth of film of him - must be shortly after W.W.I. Shot of crowd w/ many women. Working-class; middle-class. Cheering. Police. Back to King & Queen; stopped in front of pillared building.


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    British Pathé
    Issue Date:
    1914 - 1918
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    Available on request
    Film ID:
    Black & White
    Time in/Out:
    01:28:45:00 / 01:31:43:00
    ON 151 C
    Sort Number:
    ON 151 C
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    Travel & Exploration Historical Figures & Celebrities
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    0:01 0:02 0:03 0:04

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  1. hullsaddler says

    The building is the Hull City Hall and the date is Friday June 26th 1914 when the King opened King George Dock in the city. The Queen laid the foundation stone 'electrically' from inside the City Hall of Newland High School. The royal couple returned in June 1917 to visit the school which by then had been converted into a VAD hospital.

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