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Scenes from all along the South Coast from Bournemouth to Margate, broken up by intertitles and produced by Marion Grierson in the 1930s.
|Date||[ca. 1936 - 1939]||ID||8610|
This edited black and white film with titles, depicts Elizabeth pushing a toddler in a child's replica toy car around the garden. The group are then seen playing on a swing and picking flowers in their garden.
[Stately Home; Horse Racing]
This Dufaycolor film shows an 18th Century stately home - Wentworth Woodhouse in Yorkshire. The second section shows a man drinking from a fountain on a rural hillside dressed in outdoor walking clothes. The final section shows a horserace event with jockeys dressed in coloured silk tunics and hats, jumping fences at an unknown venue.
[Playing Games in the Garden]
This edited film shows a group of men playing a dice game (possibly Poker Dice or Yahtzee ?) whilst sitting on the patio of the Lockwood's house in Felpham, Sussex. The men also play a game of bowls and smoke in the garden.
|Date||1935 - 1938||ID||10040|
This mixed colour and black and white film shows the family together at their home in Cross in Hand, including several scenes in Dufaycolor. The film includes the children playing in the garden with various toys, scenes of pets, a picnic, a flying boat, and scenes from several holidays and outings to Bodiam castle and the West Country that includes Stonehenge, St Michael's Mount, Tintagel and Clovelly village, Devon.
[“Cathkin” House Compilation]
|Date||1936; 1938; 1950; 1951; 1953||ID||1419|
A collection of films of "Cathkin", the Voss family home, featuring scenes of the children playing in the garden in summer and winter, and tennis matches with friends. A school sports day and wedding are also included.
[Purley Garden; Hoxton School Fete]
|Date||14 July 1936||ID||1420|
Mr Voss visits his sister at her house, Malmsmead. In the gardens are beehives, vegetable plots and flower beds. Children play on the lawns with a dog as women look on. The family pose together for the camera, and Voss films a plane flying overhead. The film ends with footage of young children at a schools sports day, doing the egg and spoon race before performing a dance for their audience.
[Playing Golf; Etc.]
This compilation of colour and black and white film shows a group playing golf on a green followed by shots of a family group together on the beach and swimming in the sea. The family also sit in a garden at their holiday home for a picnic.
[Family Scenes; Boating; Children]
|Date||[ca. 1937 - early 1940s?]||ID||5422|
This family film features Stella Reed and her family on a beach holiday, on a pleasure boat trip, in a garden, and in the countryside. One of her sons learning how to swim.
Rosemary; [Family Events of 1939]
|Date||1937; 1938; 1939||ID||1673|
Films by the Gowlland family, focusing on their first child, Rosemary, at home and on holiday. The films, begin with Rosemary as a new baby and show her growing up as she learns to crawl and then walk. Rosemary plays in the garden, has her first Christmas, and enjoys days at the beach at Middleton with the family.
Building of Penlee Point on Canterbury Road
This film charts the building of a large detached house on Canterbury Road near Ashford, from the laying of its foundations to the nearing of its completion. All of the work done on the house is manual. The film also includes aerial shots of the plot and surrounding land.
Broadway, One of England’s Prettiest Villages [England in Coronation Year; Country Gardens]
This family film shows a family visit to the village of Broadway in Worcestershire in the Cotswolds, as well trips to the towns of Leamington Spa and East Grinstead. The family explore several large homes, gardens and rural spaces as they explore the countryside. [Note: there is a pink/magenta cast to this film]
Among Our English Friends
This compilation of colour family film, shows footage of Austin Reed's house along with those of his friends in Surrey and Buckinghamshire in 1937. The film is edited together with subtitles, marking changes in location or introducing friends and family.
[Coronation Naval Review; Holiday; Hay Farm]
This film features a Royal Naval Review at Spithead, Southampton to commemorate the coronation of King George VI. The Reed family view the display aboard a pleasure craft. The second part of the film provides scenes from the family's visit to Instow in Devon, that includes a trip to the beach and a working farm.
[Eastbourne; Domestic Garden; Cotswolds; Wedding Scenes]
|Date||; [ca.1938 - 1939 ?]||ID||5437|
This family film includes the seafront at Eastbourne, a visit to Bibury, and a boat ride on the River Coln. The film ends with a series of family portraits of men in RAF and US Army uniforms and scenes at a wedding.
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