Records of the Office of the Chief Signal Officer. 1860 - 1985. Motion Picture Films from the Army Library Copy Collection. 1964 - 1980. Visit of Queen Elizabeth of England, Washington, D.C.

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Records of the Office of the Chief Signal Officer. 1860 - 1985. Motion Picture Films from the Army Library Copy Collection. 1964 - 1980. Visit of Queen Elizabeth of England, Washington, D.C.

1957

The combined honor guard of the services assembled at Washington Nat'l Airport. The Queen accompanied by Pres. Eisenhower and Prince Philip reviews the guard. President's car drives up to the airport; the Pres. alights. CU, Pres. waiting at the airport. MS, Pres. stands at the foot of the ramp ready to welcome the Queen. The Queen and Prince Philip chat with Pres. Dulles stands directly in the bg. Follow shot, Queen and Philip greet members of the diplomatic corps and government officials. The head of the Board of Commissioners presents the keys and the Queen makes a speech of thanks. Brief shot, flags of Allied Nations. The royal couple and Pres. leave in car. VS, airport during the departure. VS spectators; Queen reviewing the honor guard, etc.

eng, Latn

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SNAC Resource ID: 6439115

National Archives at College Park

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