Harold Wilson, President of the Board of Trade, announces the end of clothes rationing.
Cuts from newsreel 47/80 - Harold Wilson 'at home'.
President of the Board of Trade, Harold Wilson, talks about clothing rationing. London.
Harold Wilson becomes the youngest member of the British Cabinet since Pitt.
The Beatles get their Variety Club Silver Hearts. Presented by Harold Wilson.
Ministers inspect a Rolls Royce and land is reclaimed in Chester.
Results of survey asking teenagers who their top 10 people were - some surprising results!
Lord and Lady Rothermere host awards where John Mills, Anna Neagle, Margaret Lockwood and Herbert Wilcox are among the prize winners. Harold Wilson speaks as President of the Board of Trade.
Commonwealth leaders with Prime Minister Clement Attlee at No. 10 Downing St., London.
Good item showing tennis finals at Wimbledon, London.
Eisenhower holds a cabinet meeting atop of mountain with Wilson, Mitchell and Stassen.
Good coverage of the 1964 General Election.
Various shots of Prime Minister posing informally with Mary and their two sons.
Harold Wilson visits pipe exhibition and tells a lady about his pipe-smoking habits.
Harold Wilson goes to Buckingham Palace to meet the Queen before becoming Prime Minister.
Wilson & Brandt exchange gifts, speak at the airport & walk around Berlin followed by crowd.
Good shots of Harold Wilson at work and smoking his famous pipe.
Great documentary explaining the British Voting system, in the context of the 1950 Election.
Labour win the election, Mr Wilson stays the Prime Minister for another term.
British Prime Minister Harold Wilson on holiday with his family on the Scilly Isles
Prime Minister Harold Wilson entertains the Olympic team at Lancaster House, London.
Material relating to newsreel story 'Britain Decides' - 50/17
Material relating to newsreel story 'Election Secret Out' - 50/4
Tony Jacklin and Ann Jones win Sports personalities of the year trophies. Savoy Hotel, London.
The Cabinet meet to decide the date of the General Election. Newspapers print the news.
Prime Minister Harold Wilson opens the Mancunian way, a new flyover in Manchester.
Harold Wilson attends Variety Club reception at Savoy - lots of film / t.v. stars present.
Item showing events to mark the 25th anniversary of the Battle of Britain.
Compilation item of the stories that hit the headlines in 1964.
Prime Minister attends Variety Club luncheon at Dorchester Hotel, London.