Lady Carson interviewed by Ivor Mills

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Location

Belfast, Stormont

Year

1960s

Source

UTV

Format

film

black and white

Length

02min 38sec

Silent

sound

Courtesy

UTV

Rights Holder

UTV

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Description

An interview with Lady Carson, wife of the late Ulster Unionist leader, Lord Edward Carson.

Notes

Lord Carson retired in 1929. After his death on 22 October 1935, the Northern Ireland Government gave him a state funeral and he was buried in St. Anne's Cathedral, Belfast, as yet the only person to have received that honour. In 1932 he unveiled a large statue of himself in front of the Parliament Building of Northern Ireland at Stormont, Belfast.  

 

Shot List

Close up of Carson statue at Stormont, followed by an interview with Lady Carson. Includes a close up of the Ulster Covenant.

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