In the former Noordeinde Royal at the Hague, Holland, the British Ambassador, Sir Paul Mason, and the Mayor of the Hague were present at the opening of the British Photographic Exhibition of February 12th.
G.V. The Noordeinde Palace in the Hague.
S.V.Pan up Palace, pan up to sign in Dutch "Photo Exhibition"
S.V.Int. People looking at photographs.
Side V. People looking at photographs of the BoultonPaul (111A) experimental plane.
C.U. Photo of the Boulton Paul in flight.
S.V. Photo of the Handley Page Victor Bomber in flight.
C.U. The Bristol Britannia.
S.V. Sir Paul Mason-British Ambassador and Mayor Kolfschoten (small man with specs;)
C.U.Pan Hoopoo bird with a lizard in its beak.
C.U. Vulture standing on a deer.
C.U. Imperial eagle with a rabbit.
C.U. Photo of a poodle sitting next to a chauffeur.
C.U. Photo of a Guardsman fainting.
C.U. Photo of three Eton Boys.
C.U. Mr.Aneurin Bevan reading the Times.
Side V. People looking.
S.C.U. Photo of a little mouse staring defiantly into the eyes of a big cat.
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Background: In the former Noordeinde Royal at the Hague, Holland, the British Ambassador, Sir Paul Mason, and the Mayor of the Hague were present at the opening of the British Photographic Exhibition of February 12th.
Sponsored by the Photography Magazine Ltd., London, the exhibition gives the Dutch public a wide example of British photographic work with a wide variety of subjects.
Included in the display are the works of Charles E. Brown, the well-known serial photographer; some of the best press photographs of the year; a selected choice of illustrations from the Encyclopedia Britannica; studies by Eric Hoskins etc.