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L.S. of Hearn family aboard Cape town Castle on arrival Republic under assisted - passage scheme
Coming up steps one by one - possibly better opening shot
C.U. Mr. Hearn
C.U. Mrs. Hearn
C.U. Martin Hearn (3), youngest of the six Hearn boys
Boys being photograph on deck on lifebelts
Mayor's parlour cape Town. Mayor at her desk (Mayor's name is Mrs. Joyce Newton Thompson)
She shakes hands with Mr. Hearn welcome him
She chats with Martin Hearn youngest of the brood
Dr. M.S. Louw (pronounced Low), vice-chairman of the South African Foundation (Gen. Sir Francis de Guingand is chairman) welcomes Mr. Hearn
C.U. Dr. Louw
C.U. Mr. E.H.G. Orpen. chairman of the 1820 Settlers Association, Cape Area (the 1820 Settlers, S.A. Foundation and Government assisted Mr. Hearn to come to South Africa.
L.S. of Cape Town Castle for insertion before shot 1
C.U of name of ship
Getting into car to go on tour of Cape Peninsula
Shots at small fishing harbour of Hout Bay (pronounced
(Howt Bay) and on beach to end
Great Constantia, home of former Dutch governor, visited by the Hearns
Mrs. Hearn looking at building
Boys play with old cannon outside the building
Mr. and Mrs. Hearn leaving building.
Cars arrive outside Groote Schuur (Groo-te Skier) Prime Minister's Cape Town residence
Hearn family outside residence; boys play with cannot Mr. Hearn goes to fetch Martin who won't come off cannon.
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