Third Test Match 1934

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Full title reads: "THIRD TEST MATCH - England and Australia battle for honours at Manchester."

Old Trafford, Manchester, Lancashire.

Start of the Third Cricket Test Match between England and Australia at Old Trafford, Manchester.

Players taking field. Opening batsmen for...

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Cataloguer:
Sanja
Stock:
Black & White
Sound:
Sound
Media URN:
8889
Sort Number:
34/055
Time in/Out:
01:42:20:00 / 01:45:16:00
Canister:
34/55
Film ID:
791.32
Issue Date:
09/07/1934

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