Range Bibliography

List of References

Primary Sources

Ahmad, Moulvie Rafiüddin. “The Royal Marriage: From an Oriental Point of View.” The Strand Magazine: An Illustrated Monthly 6 (July 1893): 447–458.

“Americans Say Queen Is ‘swell’.” Evening Telegraph 18995, 12 October 1937, 1.

“The Bride Waves, the Crowd Cheers.” Daily Sketch, no. 7988, 30 November 1934, 25.

“Britain’s Welcome to Princess Marina.” Dundee Courier 25362, 17 September 1934, 7.

“Crowds Ninety Deep.” Aberdeen Journal 25068, 7 May 1935, 7.

Day, J[ames] Wentworth. H.R.H. Princess Marina, Duchess of Kent: The First Authentic Life Story. London: Robert Hale Limited, 1969.

“Duke of York’s Return.” The Western Gazette 9908, 1 July 1927, 16.

“Empire Day Service at St. Paul’s.” Gloucester Citizen 62, no. 20, 24 May 1937, 6.

“Hand-waving Baby Princess.” Dundee Courier 23353, 10 April 1928, 7.

Huish, Robert. Memoirs of Her Late Majesty Caroline, Queen of Great Britain, 2 vols. London, 1821.

“The King and Empire Day.” Nottingham Evening 18369, 24 May 1937, 9.

“King at Empire Day Service.” Evening Telegraph 18874, 24 May 1937, 1.

“The King Waves to Princess.” Derby Daily Telegraph 88, no. 14881, 21 May 1929, 9.

The Life and Times of King George VI, 1895-1952. London: Odhams Press, [1952].

“Marigold”, “Foreign Gossip. September 1889.” Godey’s Lady’s Book 119, no. 712 (October 1889): 337–338.

“The Marriage Ceremony.” Lloyd’s Weekly Newspaper 1060, 15 March 1863, 4–5.

“The Marriage Ceremony.” Illustrated London News Royal Wedding Number, 2 May 1882, 19–23.

“The Marriage of H.R.H. The Duke of Connaught, K.G., and H.R.H. Princess Louise Margaret of Prussia.” The London Reader of Literature, Science, Art and General Information 32, no. 830, 29 March 1879, 524–526.

“The Marriage of Princess Beatrice.” Illustrated London News 2415, 1 August 1885, 106–107.

“Marriage of the Princess Maud of Wales.” Manchester Guardian, 23 July 1896, 5.

“Men and Women of To-day.” Dundee Courier 23373, 3 May 1928, 12.

“Nation’s Great Outburst of Joy on VE-Day.” The Daily Telegraph and Morning Post, no. 28048, 9 May 1945, front page.

Pope-Hennessy, James. Queen Mary: The Official Biography. London: George Allen and Unwin Ltd, 1959. Paperback reprint with an introduction by Hugo Vickers. London: Hodder, 2019.

“Princess Elizabeth.” The Western Gazette 10055, 25 April 1930, 13.

“Princess Is Four To-day.” Dundee Courier 23986, 21 April 1930, 6.

“Princesses Wave to Railwaymen.” Gloucester Citizen 57, no. 204, 22 December 1932, 1.

“Queen and Princesses at Glamis.” Aberdeen Journal 26401, 12 August 1939, 1.

Queen Victoria’s Journals, http://www.queenvictoriasjournals.org.

“The Royal Marriage.” Times 37735, 16 June 1905, 6.

“The Royal Marriage: Another Account.” Scotsman, 28 April 1882, 5.

“The Royal Marriage at Windsor: A Magnificent Ceremonial.” Irish Times, 7 July 1891, 5.

“A Royal Smile.” Hull Daily Mail 14721, 22 December 1932, 10.

“The Royal Wedding.” Scotsman, 7 July 1893, 5.

“The Royal Wedding.” Times 31507, 24 July 1885, 5.

“The Royal Wedding.” Times 34950, 23 July 1896, 5–6.

“The Royal Wedding: A Nation’s Joy – The Empire at the Abbey.” Times 42968, 1 March 1922, 11.

“The Royal Wedding: Brilliant Scene at St James’s Palace.” Scotsman, 16 October 1913, 7.

“The Royal Wedding: Brilliant Scene at the Ceremony.” Manchester Guardian, 16 October 1913, 9.

“The Royal Wedding: Impressive Ceremonial / Splendid Reception of the Bridal Party.” Scotsman, 16 June 1905, 5.

“The Royal Wedding: The Ceremony at Windsor.” Irish Times, 28 April 1882, 5.

Swaffer, Hannen. “The Historic Hour in the Abbey.” Graphic 55, no. 2727, 4 March 1922, 254.

“Thoughts on the Marriage of Princess Mary.” Spectator 128, no. 4888, 4 March 1922, 262–263.

“To and from the Abbe.” Nottingham Evening Post 17598, 29 November 1934, 11.

Tytler, Sarah [Henrietta Keddie]. Life of Her Most Gracious Majesty the Queen. Edited and with an introduction by Lord Ronald Gower, 3 vols. London, [1897].

“Waving a Greeting Gesture Which Won All Hearts.” The Daily Telegraph 24805, 22 November 1934, 16.

“Who, When, & Where.” The Bystander 73, no. 953, 8 March 1922, 533–537.

“Why Princess Waves.” Daily Sketch, 26 November 1934, 12.

Wilson, Robert. The Life and Times of Queen Victoria. 4 vols. London, [1887].

Recordings

“Coronation of His Majesty King George V” [1911]. British Pathé (https://www.britishpathe.com), film ID:1800.01.

“Coronation Special 1937 - Reel 7,” British Pathé (https://www.britishpathe.com), Film-ID 907.02.

“Princess Mary Wedded to Viscount Lascelles at Westminster Abbey,” Topical Budget 549-1 (1922), BFI- Archive (available online via https://player.bfi.org.uk/free and at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CAcqsxtQEbY).

“Royal Silver Jubilee 1935,” British Pathé (https://www.britishpathe.com), Film-ID 825.14.

“The Royal Wedding” [1935], British Pathé (https://www.britishpathe.com), Film-ID 554.1.

“The Silver Wedding” [1948], British Pathé (https://www.britishpathe.com), Film-ID 1428.08.

Sound Recording of the 1960 Wedding of Princess Margaret and Anthony Armstrong-Jones. London, The British Library T 10679.

“V E Day in London,” British Movietone 1945, BM45748 (available online via http://www.aparchive.com).

"Wedding of Duke of Kent and Princess Marina of Greece in London" [1934], British Pathé (https://www.britishpathe.com) Film-ID VLVA8UMXILMX38TOXM07PWMKTFRWU.

Secondary Sources

Argyle, Michael. Bodily Communication, 2nd ed. 1988; repr., London: Routledge, 2007.

Argyle, Michael. Körpersprache & Kommunikation: Nonverbaler Ausdruck und soziale Interaktion, translated by Karsten Petersen, 10th ed. Paderborn: Junfermann Verlag, 2013.

Cahn, Lauren. “Trooping the Colour: 19 Vintage Photos of the Queen’s Annual Parade.” Reader’s Digest, 13 April 2020, https://www.rd.com/list/trooping-the-colour.

Cannadine, David. “The Context, Performance and Meaning of Ritual: The British Monarchy and the ‘Invention of Tradition,’ c. 1820-1977.” In The Invention of Tradition, edited by Eric Hobsbawm and Terence Ranger, 101–164. 1983; repr., Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2002.

Carré, Jacques, ed. The Crisis of Courtesy: Studies in the Conduct-Book in Britain, 1600 – 1900. Leiden: E.J. Brill, 1994.

Cheery, Bridget. “London’s Public Events and Ceremonies: An Overview Through Three Centuries.” Architectural History 56 (2013): 1–28.

Kenlon, Tabitha. Conduct Books and the History of the Ideal Woman. London: Anthem Press, 2020.

Owens, Edward. The Family Firm: Monarchy, Mass Media and the British Public, 1932-53. London: University of London Press, 2019.

Schmölders, Claudia. “Winke von oben: Wer winkt am besten? Über Gesten der Nähe und Ferne.” Zeitschrift für Kulturaustausch 56, no. 1 (2006): 58–59.

Scott, Andy. One Kiss or Two?: The Art and Science of Saying Hello. London: Duckworth Overlook, 2017.

Widholm, Andreas, and Karin Becker. “Celebrating with the Celebrities: Television in Public Space During Two Royal Weddings.” Celebrity Studies 6, no. 1 (2015): 6–22.