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Title:ALTHYA & LITTLE GIRL - HAZRATBAL [Allocated Title]
Film Number:MGH 6202
Other titles:COLONEL HODGKINSON - AMATEUR FILM [Allocated Series Title]
Summary: Amateur film of a young woman surrounded by crowds on an Indian street. Colonel Hodgkinson does not identify who Althya is - it is possible that she is Althya Clark Youngman, an American concert singer, film maker and 'cultural leader', the founder of Artists Embassy International.
Description: Althya surrounded by Indian boys and men. She poses for the camera with a little Indian girl wearing a decorative silver head piece and earrings. Close-up of the little girl's face. Althya talks to men and women in the crowded street. Two Indian women wearing long head-coverings look at some brightly coloured fabrics being sold by a man on the street. (Dal Lake, Srinagar? is visible in the background)
Technical Details: Format: 16mm
Number of items/reels/tapes: 1
Running time: 1 min 40 secs ca
Notes: Allocated Title taken from Hodgkinson's original can markings.
Date: stock date on Kodachrome is 1944
Technical: original/copy status of film not marked
Note on film can label also mentions 'Bazaar scenes - Hazrat Bal'