Item 1 - King and Queen Visit Canada

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King and Queen Visit Canada

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ON00120 045-1

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  • Digitized 2015 (originally June 5, 1939) (Creation)

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1 film (mov)

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(1897-1968)

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One home movie made by Herbert Rose of the Royal Visit in Sudbury, Ontario. Scenes include;

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0:00 Elm Street, flags, portraits of the King and Queen (as window displays for the Star Building), the Sudbury Star
Building (22 Elm Street) and the Nickel Range Hotel (8-12 Elm Street)
0:30 World War One Veteran on Elm Street
0:41 The Sudbury Star building at 22 Elm Street
0:53 The Nickel Range Hotel at 8-12 Elm Street
0:57 The Balmoral Hotel on the corner of Elm and Elgin Streets
1:07 The Post Office on the corner of Elm and Durham Streets
1:23 Cochrane Dunlop Hardware at 29 Durham Street
1:28 The Post Office on the corner of Elm and Durham Streets
1:39 Stevens Building at 53-75 Elm Street
1:44 Nickel Range Hotel at 8-12 Elm Street
1:50 Street Car
1:54 Band dressed as traditional First Nations
2:41 Young boy with Dominion Periscope
2:54 Clown

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2:58 Inco’s Frood Mine: King and Queen arriving at the Mine
3:32 King and Queen dressed in mining hats and coats being escorted underground by Inco Vice-President and General Manager Don MacAskill and General Superintendent of Mines and Smelters Ralph Parker
5:06 King and Queen leaving underground tour
5:21 Inco officials seen through window talking with King George IV
5:32 King and Queen leaving Inco’s Frood Mine
6:02 Downtown at night, crowds on Elm Street

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6:27 Fireworks
6:42 Fireworks in shape of slag dumping
6:55 Fireworks in shape of King and Queen profiles
7:04 End

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Original 16mm film is with Chris MacAskill.

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Film is available in MOV, WMV and MP4 format.

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The colour sections of the film were recorded by Herbert Rose. The black and white section of the film was most likely filmed by Inco with Rose obtaining a copy after the Royal Visit to add to his home movie.

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Film was originally recorded by Herbert Rose on 16mm film and digitized by Chris MacAskill in 2015. The original 16mm film is housed by Chris MacAskill.

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To learn more about the 1939 Royal Visit, see the Heit Family Fonds http://www.archeion.ca/royal-visit and the National Film Board's documentary "The Royal Visit." http://www.nfb.ca/film/royal_visit. The Sudbury portion of their trip is featured at 73:40 to 74:05 minutes within the 90 minute film.

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