AMERICAN AVIATOR AMELIA EARHART SETS RECORDS EVEN WHEN TROUBLE STRIKES A disheveled but radiant Amelia Earhart talks about her flight and intention to set new records in aviation. "Well I lost my head cover and so that caused me to lose some time which was serious to me." A reporter notes however that she has still broken her previous nonstop record by several hours.
AMERICAN PILOT AMELIA EARHART ARRIVES FROM A FLIGHT A plane comes in a for landing and its famous female pilot Amelia Earhart climbs out to greet those waiting for her. Amelia Earhart is one of the most famous aviators of all time setting such records as being the first woman to fly solo across the Atlantic and for creating a worldwide mystery that has never been solved with her disappearance during a solo flight in 1937.
ANTHONY & MRS. EDEN LEAVE UNITED STATES Former British Foreign Secretary Anthony Eden departs New York City with Mrs. Eden aboard the S.S. Queen Mary back to England. The couple were on a good-will tour of the United States.
BRITISH ROYAL FAMILY IN 1922 - HD Scenes of the British royal family in 1922, including King George V and Queen Mary, the king's mother Queen Alexandra (widow of King Edward VII), and George's daughter, Mary the Princess Royal and her husband, Henry Lascelles, Earl of Harewood. Mastered in Apple Pro Res 422 HQ and Uncompressed, available in all forms of HD and SD.
BRITISH ROYALS VISIT ALDERSHOT ARMY STATION - 1932 Britain’s King George V and Queen Mary pay a rare visit to the Aldershot Army Headquarters. There they receive a tour of the latest developments in weaponry and a demonstration by the Royal Artillery and cavalry troop arranged expressly for the distinguished guests.
BRITISH ROYALS WATCH SOCCER MATCH - 1933 King George and Queen Mary attend England's championship match in the Army's cup tournament. King George greets the team who play an especially fierce game inspired by His Majesty.
DOCK WORKERS PICKET QUEEN MARY - HD On a snowy day in Manhattan, longshoremen walk a picket line which delays the departure of the ocean liner, Queen Mary. Pro-Vietnam War union members refuse to work on the ship of any country whose ships bring cargo to North Vietnam.
Date: February 25, 1966 - BLACK/WHITE Source: Film: 16P Length: 00:00:46:00, No Audio
FRENCH WIN WIMBLEDON MEN'S DOUBLES The French men's doubles team of Jean Borotra and Jacques Brugnon succeed in taking the Wimbledon title from England's Patrick Spence and Raymond Tuckey while Queen Mary, King Alfonso of Spain and other notables watch.
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