Britain's Foreign Secretary Ernest Bevin at City Hall, New York.
New York, United States of America (USA).
A car arriving at City Hall, New York, large crowd around. Britain's Foreign Minister Ernest Bevin and wife leave the car and are greeted by Mayor of New York Vincent Impelliteri and other dignitaries, crowd behind them. They enter the building. American Military Police Guard of Honour outside City Hall. Various shots of crowd lining the street, policemen standing in front of them. Pan along the crowd. Bevin and wife leaving the City Hall with dignitaries. They pose, Bevin smiles and waves to the crowd. He shakes hands with the Mayor of New York. More shots of Bevin and wife standing outside the building surrounded by dignitaries, posing for photographs. Bevin and wife seated in car, he waves as the car moves. Various shots of a long line of cars following Bevin's car moving slowly along the crowded streets of New York. Motorcycle police escort the car and a brass band precedes it. Ticker tape and paper being thrown out of office windows on to the cars in the procession. More shots of the procession moving slowly through crowded streets.
Date found in the old record - 11/11/1946. Natural sound, during parade only, poor quality.