Hollis and Lillian Shaw collection [moving images]

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    Moving images
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    • Hollis and Lillian Shaw collection
      Hollis and Lillian Shaw collection
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    11 film reels (ca. 1 h) 16 mm.
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    Scope and content:
    Collection consists of films about preparations in Saint John, N.B. for the arrival of King George VI and Queen Elizabeth during their 1939 tour of Canada, footage pertaining to the Second World War, including newsreels released for home viewing of Canadian troops and other Allied forces, a rifle drill, and a mock airplane raid staged in Saint John to raise Victory Loan funds, and a documentary about politician George Drew.
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    Moving images (film) (Electronic) Consult the MISACS database for item-level descriptions. (Restrictions not set)

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    Related control no.:
    2000-0035 VSA
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    Reproduction requires the written permission of the copyright owner. The copyright owners of the amateur footage are unknown. There are no donor restrictions.

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