King George V's Silver Jubilee, 1935

 

King George V acceded to the throne on 6 May 1910 and his Silver Jubilee was celebrated in 1935

 

This shows the decorations in Bridge Street,

 
Image: Godalming Museum, ref B997.2.2.4

 

 

...the Bridge Street end of the High Street (the G&M signs stand for 'George & Mary'),

 
Image: Godalming Museum, ref B997.2.2.5

 

 

.. the north side of High Street,

 
Image: Godalming Museum, ref B997.2.2.3

 

 

.. the south side

 
Image: Godalming Museum, ref B997.2.2.2

 

 

..two views of the Pepperpot and

 
Image: Godalming Museum, ref B997.2.2.1

 

 
 
Image: Godalming Museum, ref B997.2.2.6

 

 

Schoolchildren on the procession

 
Image: Godalming Museum, ref B996.22.4

 

 

A float as a swan, followed by a car with the G&M symbol (=George & Mary) by the buildings opposite the bottom of Holloway Hill.

 
Image: Godalming Museum, ref B996.22.3

 

 

The Queen of the procession arrives at Holloway Hill recreation round

 
Image: Godalming Museum, ref B000.196.7

 

 

The Queen's throne on the steps of the old pavilion, which is now at the Rural Life Museum at Tilford

 
Image: Godalming Museum, ref B000.196.8

 

 

 

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