Students Rag In Glasgow 1947

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    Glasgow Charities Week, Scotland.

    Various shots of students' rag parade; young people in fancy dress collect money of passers-by. M/S man in academic robes playing the banjo. Various shots student in dark skin makeup doing Indian rope trick stunt. Various shots crowd of students putting pennies into collection boxes. Various night shots firework display.

    Various shots Bagpipe band leading the rag procession during Glasgow Charities Week. The parade stops outside the city chambers, where Lord Provost Sir Hector McNeil and his wife, Lady McNeil greet the students. Carnival Queen Uno Ugorra (Nancy Anderson) steps down from United Nations float to greet the Lord Provost.

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    2158.06
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    00:01:50:00
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    01:34:44:00 / 01:36:34:00
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    UN 1693 D
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