Clement Attlee gives speech when laying the foundation stone of the Royal Festival Hall.
Thought to be Selected Originals from late 1940s material.
Royal Festival Hall, South Bank of the River Thames, London.
Clement Attlee gives speech when laying the foundation stone of the Royal Festival Hall. Herbert Morrison is seated just behind him.
Attlee's speech: 'I hope this concert hall will long endure to give the opportunity for the finest music, the greatest singers and players to be heard and to give pleasure and refreshment of the soul to generations of Londoners yet unborn.'
SV Attlee cementing around edge of foundation stone.
SV People looking on. SV Attlee speaking: 'I declare this stone well and truly laid.'
Possibly connected with 49/83 - MD.