Te Deum Laudamus

1930 , Norwich (Norfolk)

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The thirteenth centenary celebrations at Norwich Cathedral

The film shows two shots both panning the long procession of clergy spanning the Erpingham Gate and the West Door of the Cathedral. Traffic can be seen on Tombland through the Erpingham Gate. Crowds of people watch the procession. At the end, a clergyman enters alone, preceded by two clergymen, one carrying a cross and with two page boys carrying his robes.

Featured Buildings

Norwich Cathedral; The Erpingham Gate

Featured Events

The thirteenth centenary celebrations at Norwich Cathedral

Keywords

Celebrations; Clergy; Norwich Cathedral

Intertitles

The Archbishop of Canterbury and 110 Archbishops and Bishops, attend Service celebrating thirteen hundredth anniversary of the diocese.

Background Information

The Bishop of Norwich at this time was the Rt. Rev. Bertram Pollock. The clergyman entering alone may have been the Archbishop of Canterbury. Also present were the Bishop of Ely and the Bishop of St. Edmundsbury and Ipswich.

Manifestations

Te Deum Laudamus

  • Barcode
    INV??1523
    Canonical Identifier
    B-233
    Canonical Title
    Unknown
    Carrier Type
    35mm film
    Has Sound
    Y
    Identification Notes
    Picture: combined optical (data migration 25/06/2021)
    Identifier
    Image Polarity
    positive
    Modification Date
    25/06/2021
    Parts
    Reference
    562394
    Sound
    sound
  • Activities
    Barcode
    INV??0365
    Canonical Identifier
    A-597
    Canonical Title
    Unknown
    Carrier Type
    35mm film
    Has Sound
    Y
    Identification Notes
    Picture: combined (data migration 25/06/2021)
    Identifier
    Image Polarity
    negative
    Modification Date
    25/06/2021
    Parts
    Reference
    561102
    Sound
    sound

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