Organist Reg Foort plays the organ in several different styles.
A cockney fancy dress party given by Fanny and John Cradock at their home in Blackheath, London.
Ancient Fair hosts Britain's best beard competition.
Queen Elizabeth visits Dutch royal family and tours Holland (The Netherlands).
Crowd milling around outside tents with Vivien Leigh, Olivier, Danny Kaye, Stewart Granger.
Princess Alexandra attends a garden party in aid of blind children.
Village fair in centre of London, at Hyde Park Crescent.
Ancient music boxes on show at Iassy, Rumania.
Antonio Tomasso makes and plays a barrel organ at his workshop in Southgate, Middlesex.
The decline of the barrel organ in Amsterdam since the war.
The Bishop of Chester plays the barrel organ in a street in Chester, Cheshire.
Couples dance in the street to the first wireless barrel organ in London.
Children's fairground rides are made and tested at a factory in Streatham, London.
Arthur Roseberry, pianist and band leader, does "piano impressions".
Pianist Mayerl musical impressions and plays his signature tune "Marigold".
Gas lamps, still in use on the streets of Budapest
Chelsea fancy dress party held by Baron Theo Von Roth. London
Noel Coward and other theatrical notables at Garden Party.
Fancy dressed students in rag parade frolics on the streets of Aberdeen.
Automatic pianos are seen in action at Frank Holland's British Piano Museum.
Interesting item charting the progress of photography on the 105th birthday of the camera.
Frank Lincoln serves fish and chips to pensioners at 1914 prices. Hayes, Middlesex.
A Victorian street scene turns out to be a living exhibit at Abbey House Museum. Kirkstall, Leeds.
Colour item showing Lord Mayor's show carnival procession in London.
A look at some interesting toys of the past at The Toy Museum in Rottingdean, East Sussex.
Film tracing the history of cigarettes and their production for Rothmans. C. 1964
Scenes from 1916 - From the Eastern, Western and Home fronts.