American President Johnson welcomes Britain's Prime Minister Home to White House.
Washington D.C., United States of America (USA).
Long line of American guardsmen holding flags outside White House. MS. Britain's Prime Minister Sir Alec Douglas Home and American President Lyndon Johnson leaving White House and stand on the steps. Also in picture are Mr Rab Butler, American Secretary of State Dean Rusk and their wives and several other people. Press taking photographs. MS. President, Prime Minister and the wives inside White House receiving several dignitaries. MS. President Johnson at microphones - natural sound. He welcomes Sir Alec and delegation and talks about the understanding between the two countries. He says: "Like two brothers, who may differ, but whose ties are too strong to ever break". He continues: "Together we search for tolerance, we search for hope, we search for peace". Sir Alec speaking into mike - natural sound. He thanks for hospitality and talks about the work on improving stability of the world. He also talks about close ties and friendship of the two countries. President Johnson speaking to crowd at Lincoln memorial - no sound. Various shots of President Johnson and Sir Alec laying a wreaths at Lincoln Memorial. Several long shots of the White House in snow.
Date found in the old record - 13/02/1964.