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SEE CATALOGUE...all important details are enclosed, plus cuttings.
This Fair, which the Queen Mother opened for the first time last year has grown, and there are many stands from countries outside of Africa, see list in catalogue. A great variety of events are arranged...
REEL 1. General shots of stands from outside of Africans starting with the 'town Crier' a typical English scene in central Africa
various shots of the British Pavilion, which won the premier award for best stand of the show...
the Israel stand
general shots, Mozambique stand, Southern Rhodesia's stand interiors, with tin on display in the mineral section...
Rhodesia Railways imposing stand, and South Africa's stand.
REEL 2.... Other scenes round the show ground with a shot of Sir Roy Welensky, and other officials touring the show ground...
Native dancing was an attraction and later the show was officially opened by Sir Roy Welensky in a strong speech...
followed by the presentation of the 200 guines trophy to the Africander bull as best bull of Rhodesia, Lord Alport new U.K. high commissioner for Federation, and the diplomatic corps.
General details can be obtained from the catalogue...
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