Black Watch receives Freedom of the City of Perth - Queen accepts it.
Lord Provost of Perth, Ure Primrose, reading his address, with Queen Elizabeth (later the Queen Mother) seated next to him - natural sound. He is honoured to present Freedom of the City of Perth to Black Watch Regiment. Queen and Field Marshall Viscount Archibald Wavell, Colonel of the Regiment, standing on platform with Lord Provost to accept the stroll. Queen leaving the platform. Various shots of the soldiers of the regiment marching past, with Queen and Field Marshal Wavell watching. Royal standard flying. Several shots of the Queen arriving in car to parade ground and inspecting the ranks of the Black Watch. Several shots of the Queen inspecting the old soldiers, chatting with some.
Information found in the old record - Cuts 47/59. Sound only in the first part of the item - Lord Provost's speech. The rest of the item is mute.