Prince of Wales pays visit to depression hit Glasgow homes.
Title missing - Issue sheet reads: "Glasgow. A Pilgrimage of Cheer. The Prince, with entire absence of ceremony or formalities, spends three crowded days seeing and sympathising with sufferers in areas most affected by unemployment."
Prince Edward, the Prince of Wales (later King Edward VIII, Duke of Windsor) visits a family in deprived area of depression hit Glasgow. He shakes hands with a man standing outside his terraced house. The Prince goes in for a look around. He says a few words for the cameras (sadly mute).
N.B. Poor quality film - looks very dupey.