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Westminster Hospital, London, England: CU Westminster Hospital sign. GV Queen Mother thru lane of nurses. GV Nurses assembled. GV Miss Frances Penhale receiving Gold Medal for Best Practical Nursing. CU Miss Rosemary Almond wins Silver Medal for best practical nursing. SCU Nurses applauding. SCU Miss Joan Luing wins prize for best Theoretical nursing.
Rialto Theatre, London, England: GV Foyer of Ralto Theatre, with Queen arriving. SV Queen being greeted by Mme. Massigli. GTV Queen & Mme. Massigli speaking, Briget Fossey in f-g waiting to present bouquet. SCU Briget Fossey presents Queen with bouquet. STV Queen escorted towards. SBV Queen up stairs followed by Duke of Edinburgh & Mme. Massigli. SCU Martine Carol., and male. CU Simone Simon. CU Danielle Godet. GV Queen & Duke go to their seats in auditorium. CU They sit down., Duke helps Queen to take off her fur jacket. 74ft
ENGLAND: THE ROYAL SCENE. Queen is God Mother to daughter of former Lady-in-Waiting. St. Peter's Eaton Square, London, England Angle V Pan down St. Peter's Eaton Square. SV Queen & Lady Margaret Colville emerging from church, carrying child. SV L to R: - Mr. John Colville, Queen, Lady Margaret Colville holding baby and Mr. Churchill. CU Queen & Lady Margaret. CU Mr. Churchill. CU Churchill bows and shakes Queen's hand, pan as she leaves. CU Churchill kissing baby pan on Lady Margaret leaving. 44ft
ENGLAND: THE ROYAL SCENE. Duke of Edinburgh attends Butlins Reunion in Albert Hall to receive cheque for National Playing Fields. Her Majesty and Duke attend performance at French Film Festival. Albert Hall, London, England GV Pan Duke of Edinburgh and Mr. Butlin crossing floor towards two mikes. SV Butlin presents cheque to Duke and they shake hands, Duke steps to mike. SV Audience. SCU Duke speaks:-(Nat.sd.) CU Butlin & Duke towards thru Guard of Honour. LV Duke waves from door then passes thru it.
SCU Duke of Edinburgh speaks:-"This is a wonderful achievement, and I congratulate you all, every one of you, no matter how small your contribution was. I am told that the success of this scheme was largely due to the voluntary house chairman who organised the collection, of which there are 180 of them here tonight, & I think they deserve our recognition & thanks. In fact (applause) It is all very well to praise the crow, but don't forget the milkmaid - she delivers the goods."
Royalty; Queen Elizabeth II of Great Britain (b. 1926, reigned 1952- ), Queen Elizabeth of Great Britain, the Queen Mother (1900- ), Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh (Lieutenant Philip Mountbatten) (b. 1921), Rites of Passage; Fund Raising; Medicine and Health; Women; Nurses; Babies; Ceremonies - Educational
N.B.: The child was christened:- Elizabeth Harriet.
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