Various shots of Princess Margaret at events in the late 1930s.
Compilation of various newsreel and "unused" items (no sound)
37/73 Their Majesties At Braemar - L/S Car parks at Braemar Highland gathering. Large crowds are gathered. L/S Horses and carriages enter the parade ring. Carriage bearing the Royal party in the parade ring. Large crowd looks on. Princess Elizabeth, Princess Margaret, King George VI (in Scottish outfit with kilt) and Queen Elizabeth get out of carriage. L/S Gathering at Braemar. Royal family and others walks. Large group of people taking photographs. Still and cine cameras.
38/34 - Scouts' Day At Windsor - Back shot of Princess Margaret, Princess Elizabeth, Queen Elizabeth and King George VI. L/S Scouts march past Royal Party, raising their hats as they pass. M/S of same. Nice family group shot of the Royal four. Scouts march past. The royal party walk along a line up of Boy Scouts. The Royals inspect and army band. Queen Elizabeth (later Queen Mother) inspects a man's tuba. Ext. window of Windsor Castle. Scouts on steps of Windsor Chapel. They are holding various flags. C/U scouts as they walk in. Interior St George's Chapel. Scouts carrying flags walk in.
38/50 - Girl Guides At Windsor - C/U Queen Mary. Princess Elizabeth in Girl Guides uniform, hiding behind her in Brownies uniform is Princess Margaret. King George VI and Queen Mary. Queen Elizabeth, Queen Mary and the two Princesses inspect a line up of Guides. Exterior of St George's Chapel, Windsor. Guides holding flags line the steps of the Chapel. Various dignitaries come down the steps. A salute is given. Three cheers are raised. The guides march out of the Castle along crowd lined streets.
38/63 - Their Majesties On Holiday - Launch arrives. Royals wave from the launch as it gets closer to the harbour. Crowds line the harbour. Flags and bunting are hung out. Princess Margaret, Queen Elizabeth (later Queen Mother), Princess Elizabeth and King George VI get of boat onto harbour. Crowds wave. The Royal Family walk up gangplank. Crowds look on. Royals meet local dignitaries. Royals in open car drive away. (This is apparently in Scotland)
Note: These stories are lifted from other newsreels. They do not always include the whole story, so it maybe useful to refer to the original to see the whole item. Some stories appear very dark on the steenbeck. These items appear to have been selected for a documentary about Prince Margaret which does not appear to have been made.