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Bowser family scenes - baby and nurserymaid. Young boys watch sheep being sheared. (clip) 
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Title: EARLY DAYS IN 1930
Reference number: 3116
Director: [filmed by David Charles Bowser]
Running time: 10.15 mins
Description: Curling on the Marl Loch, a ploughing match and family life at Argaty.
Shotlisted with assistance of donor David Bowser.
Early Days in 1930 (0.03) brief shots man climbing tree, severing branch and descending by a rope; felling trees (0.46) A busy day at Argaty (0.49) gvs curling on the Marl Loch (formerly a marl pit), various including head gardener (1.24) How to get your old lea ploughed (1.28) ploughing match at Milton, Estate entry watched by family (2.47) Springtime (2.54) Dougal McDiarmid digging, crocus beds (3.32) saving time at Lerrocks, spreading ammonia sulphate? by machine (3.49) David Bowser's grannie in the garden, planting (4.14) Fashions at Argaty. Where did you get that hat? (4.17) Mrs Grant, keeper's wife in hat, with small boy, Hubert in fair isle hat (4.52) the Beginning of trouble (4.56) gvs swans swimming (5.41) Troubles never come singly (5.44) ls group of swans on river (5.47) gvs family picnic. Baby Hope with Nannie and nurserymaid Reta Harvey (6.41) Boys watch the shearing (7.14) a Trip to England. Savernake Forest (7.19) gvs deer retreating into forest (7.42) David Bowser's grandfather Charles Howard Bowser with family and the chauffeur driving Rolls Royce (subsequently bought by Peter Ustinov]. gvs scenics as family sit in car (8.30) Stonehenge and Salisbury (8.34) gvs henge; tracking shots through Salibury; gvs cathedral (10.13) grandfather's house Ravenswood at Beaconsfield. Grandfather, David Bowser's aunt Eleanor and daughter in the garden (10.43) Canterbury Cathedral (10.47) gvs same (11.20) Orchards and Hop Gardens in Kent (11.25) gvs same (12.05) Hampton Court and Bushey Park (11.16) gvs same (12.59) gvs Harvey the chauffeur in park standing beside a tame deer (13.37)
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