Stafford Crisp & John Snyder At No 10 Downing… 1949

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    London.

    MS. Sir Stafford Cripps, Chancellor of the Exchequer and John Snyder, American Secretary of the Treasury, in the doorway of No 10 Downing Street, they are joined by several other men. MS. Group in porch of No 10. Mr Snyder, Sir Stafford Cripps, Lewis Douglas, American Ambassador to Britain and others. SCU. Sir Stafford Cripps and two other men, pan to Mr Snyder and Mr Douglas. Men leaving No 10. SCU. Sir Stafford Cripps and Mr Lewis Douglas walking along road.

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    Date found in the old record - 06/07/1949.

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    2511.11
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    00:00:36:00
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    01:16:45:00 / 01:17:21:00
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    UN 2168 D
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    UN 2168 D
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