Sir Frederick Wall starts the new machine which answers questions at the push of a button.
Item title reads - A mechanical datas - pressing a button for information.
M/S as Sir Frederick Wall, representing the football association, makes a speech about the new machine called the "Informator" which answers questions at the push of a button. Various shots of the big square machine covered in rows of numbered buttons like very early form of computer. It is to be used by tourists to answer their questions about venues in London. Sir Frederick presses a button and paper falls out of the bottom. M/S as cricketer Jack Hobbs presses a button, he is followed by W.W. Wakefield M.P. representing rugby. M/S of the three men chatting.
Cataloguer's Note: the commentary is missing from this item but there is natural sound.