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GV part of Tafara African township, where mainly domestic servants are housed.
Two houses in this township.
PAN from African women approaching to township house.
Sign Tafara Govt School, with school in b/g.
GV the school.
Better type of African house. in this township.
An African house at Marimba Park, where Salisbury's rich African businessmen live. Children of the house play in garden.
Tracking shot of African-owned houses in Marimba Park district.
Two more African houses at Marimba Park.
PAN from African child playing in his garden to rest of family sitting on veranda. (Marimba Park again.)
Mother walks up drive of this house.
Members of the British South Africa Police (the Rhodesian Police) cross a salisbury street.
An African and a European enter Salisbury Anglican Cathedral.
GV the cathedral.
The clock on the cathedral, showing 9 o'clock, start of matins.
Coloured (mixed race) children playing tennis in Arcadia street. (Arcadia is one of Salisbury's coloured areas.)
Ditto, PAN to one of the houses.
Little coloured boy watches tennis.
Another view of coloured houses in Arcadia.
A coloured's house in the Waterfalls district -- PAN from bougainvillaea to house with neat gardens and swimming pool.
A white house in the Hatfield area.
Another house this area -- typical of the poorer white.
GV city of Salisbury.
Europeans and Africans at the 1890 Settlers' Monument on the Kopje, hill that dominates Salisbury.
Africans reading a plaque on this monument.
Entrance to Marimba House, where Sir Alec Douglas Home has been having all his interviews with Rhodesian opinion.
Palatial white residence in the Highlands (whites only) area.
Views of an African village not far from Salisbury.
Little African boy in hat passes.
Another house in the Highlands (whites only) area.
Yet another Highlands house. Man plays with son and dog in garden.
Another highlands hose as Africans pass on bicycles.
Road sign: HIGHLANDS.
Scenes inside Salisbury City children's playground, showing African and European children. Note that except for one case they are playing separately. (4 shots.)
Old white ladies and Africans sitting on park benches.
Park scene with toilet sign (Europeans only).
Whites and blacks chatting in Pioneer street, about the only place where the races meet by choice.
Whites playing bowls -- a favourite Rhodesian pastime.
Africans playing practice football in Salisbury.
Coverage is accompanied by 1/4 in. wild tape (7 1/2 ips, 25 fps, 50Hz tone) of sounds identified no tape. Note that last part this tape is synched with the other coverage (2nd plenary session) sent this shipment.
NOTE THAT THERE IS A SHOT OF A WHITE AND A BLACK GIRL WALKING ALONG TOGETHER IN THE COVERAGE SENT 15/11/71 (SHOT 5 OF ROLL 2), 'Home arrives in Salisbury, etc.'
Regret choice of shots extremely limited because of necessity to stake out talks teams, which severely limits my movements. Wanted, for example, to show Salisbury's multi-racial university and a number of multi-racial hotels but there hasn't been time. I can shoot these after the talks are over if story is for issue afterwards. Please advise.
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