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ROLL NUMBER 1
the scroll presented, 2 shots and a zoom in.
civic buildings of estcourt
station ls rail lines, somewhere in here is where churchill had his tent pitched in a triangle of 3 short lines used to turn engines round. name sign on station african bus passengers off buss outside station.
main street of estcourt, much road traffic a passes thru on way from jhbg to durban.
african village outside town.
old fort outside town that must have been there when W C there. it overlooks town, windows and door same
bushman river that cuts thru town.
gv town. ends,
ROLL NUMBER 2
2 fingers. silent roll.
town hall bldg with people walking in Council sat here for the occasion instead of the chamber in civic bldg. african going in councillors and mayor enter bldg** councillors sit** mayor bows and sits*** mayor signs roll entering churchill name** audience** afterwards people leaving hall*** boy scouts take refreshments*** at a table with (standing) clt J. Fletcher talking*** 1st town clerk Mr W.H. Pitcher talking to a woman to cu of him*** Pitcher goes and talks to some of the indians at their table*** gv of garden party** is africans at their table somewhat apart cool to them, CU them*** message(letter) from churchill to ls tea party.
ROLL NUMBER 3
SOF no number. Mayor calls for a proposal ***** Deputy mayor Morris with last piece of his speech (enclosed)** Mayor calls on Consul Cen Edden, reads him the scroll and he replied with message from Churchill.
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