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Lantern Slide - HRH Queen Elizabeth II, circa 1953 Image Reg. No: MM 97460

Summary:
Lantern Slide with an image of HRH Queen Elizabeth II. It was possibly used during the playing or singing of the National Anthem before each concert.

Used by Mr Jack Hayward an entertainer who held community concerts in Sydney suburbs and in Geelong from about 1928 (Lakemba, NSW) to 1939 (Geelong) and then in Geelong for a few years after World War Two. "Community Singing As It Should Be" was a feature of these concerts, which also included other musical items. Community Concerts were held at the Hall of Honour, Yarra Street, Geelong on weekend evenings; his son suggested they continued until the advent of television in 1956. Many of the slides Jack used for the concerts were imported. Mr Hayward was a member of the Royal Navy before he migrated to Australia; he joined the Australian Navy during World War Two.
Description:
Standard format (3¼ x 3¼ inch square) colour glass lantern slide. Bound by cream tape.
Description Of Content:
Portrait of HRH Queen Elizabeth II
Acquisition Information:
Donation from Mr Michael Jones, 1990
Discipline: History
Dimensions: 83 mm (Height), 82 mm (Width)

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Tagged with: music, community organisations services, royalty british, singing, audiovisual technology, still projectors, lantern slides
Themes this item is part of: HM Queen Elizabeth II (1926- ), Images & Image Making Collection, Leisure Collection, Migration Collection
Primary Classification: RECREATION & TOURISM
Secondary Classification: Performing Arts - Concerts
Tertiary Classification: community singing
People Depicted: QUEEN ELIZABETH II
Format: Lantern Slide: Colour; Standard (3¼ in. x 3¼ in.)
User: Jack Hayward, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 1952-1956
User: Jack Hayward, Geelong, Victoria, Australia, 1952-1956
Person Depicted: HM Queen Elizabeth II, circa 1953

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