Material relating to newsreel story "City Freedom for Queen Mother" - 53/84
Selected originals (offcuts, selected scenes, out-takes, rushes) for story "City Freedom for Queen Mother" 53/84.
Queen Mother talking (natural sound): thanking City for gift of tea caddies, goes on to refer to London's craftsmen and his history City has suffered an extent since 1666 and refers to Londoners never giving in. City must find pride in the way reconstruction is going on, with the Guildhall restored will look its old self again. She heard of new projects of those who work in the square mile of the City Refers to Englishman's word being his bond etc., and London Head of Empire and Commonwealth. Refers to visit to Rhodesia and other tours. Hopes to make more trips. The role of central Africa and future affairs of continent and pleasure at Central Africa Federation. Rhodes would have taken pleasure in this advancement... - speech stops abruptly. It appears to have been cut off.
Note: natural sound only.