St. Albans Pageant, 1907: Queen Elizabeth at Gorhambury.
Courtesy of St.
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‘The Legends of Harston’
Village pageants were popular in the
interwar period, especially in the south and east of England. This is an East
Anglian example. Its content is interesting, since it was concerned not with
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Type of social collective or organization a pageant was intended to celebrate
Person/s with primary responsibility for execution of the pageant
Names of script-writers and other credited authors
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