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Atkinson Collection

Background imageAtkinson Collection: West Indies Cricket Team - 1957 Tour - Signatures

West Indies Cricket Team - 1957 Tour - Signatures
The West Indies Cricket Team - Tour of England 1957. Featured are the brilliant (Sir) Garfield (Gary) Sobers, Frank Worrell, Everton Weekes, (Sir) Wesley Winfield Hall and Sonny Ramadhin

Background imageAtkinson Collection: Bolton Wanderers FC football team 1935

Bolton Wanderers FC football team 1935. Back row: Goslin, Atkinson, Smith, Jones, Finney (Captain), Taylor. Front row: Taylor, Eastham, Milsom, Westwood, Cook. 1935

Background imageAtkinson Collection: Some of the men who found Captain Scott

Some of the men who found Captain Scott
Some of the Men who found the bodies of Captain Scott and his companions and erected a cairn, pictured on their return to New Zealand

Background imageAtkinson Collection: Advert, Atkinson & Barkers Royal Infants Preservative

Advert, Atkinson & Barkers Royal Infants Preservative
Atkinson & Barkers Royal Infants Preservative, claimed to be the best medicine in the world, by royal appointment, with portraits of Queen Victoria and Princess Alexandra in their bridal dresses

Background imageAtkinson Collection: The West Indies Cricket Team - Tour of England 1957

The West Indies Cricket Team - Tour of England 1957. Featured are the brilliant (Sir) Garfield (Gary) Sobers, Frank Worrell, Everton Weekes, (Sir) Wesley Winfield Hall and Sonny Ramadhin

Background imageAtkinson Collection: Silhouette portrait of Queen Victoria & Lord Melbourne

Silhouette portrait of Queen Victoria & Lord Melbourne
A silhouette portrait of Queen Victoria with her Prime Minister, Lord Melbourne, probably cut by Atkinson of Windsor and pencilled with gold. Date: c.1840

Background imageAtkinson Collection: Meeting at the Guildhall on Behalf of the Jews in Russia, 18

Meeting at the Guildhall on Behalf of the Jews in Russia, 18
Engraving showing a meeting held at the Guidhall, London, in 1890 to raise funds on behalf of Russian Jews. The prominent figures shown are (from left to right)

Background imageAtkinson Collection: Genre scene of a group of people gathered around the first p

Genre scene of a group of people gathered around the first p
Genre scene of people gathered around the first public drinking fountain in London, oil on canvas signed by W.A. Atkinson, c.1859-1860. Moulded and gilded frame, c.1860. Date: 1859-1860

Background imageAtkinson Collection: Garratt & Atkinson Advertisement

Garratt & Atkinson Advertisement
An advertisement for Garratt & Atkinsonn, London based manufacturing photo engravers and artists for advertising purposes. Date: circa 1939

Background imageAtkinson Collection: Balcony of Regent Theatre, Brighton, Sussex

Balcony of Regent Theatre, Brighton, Sussex, architect Robert Atkinson. Date: 1923

Background imageAtkinson Collection: Auditorium of Regent Theatre, Brighton, Sussex

Auditorium of Regent Theatre, Brighton, Sussex, architect Robert Atkinson. Date: 1923

Background imageAtkinson Collection: A Gaggle of Geese

A Gaggle of Geese
A painting of a content looking girl, carrying a large basket, walking through a forest accompanied by a gaggle of geese. Date: circa 1916

Background imageAtkinson Collection: Gates Learjet 23 N600G

Gates Learjet 23 N600G (msn 24-025), of Guy F. Atkinson Co. at San Francisco Airport. Date: circa 1970

Background imageAtkinson Collection: Park entrance to Sion House or Syon House, Isleworth

Park entrance to Sion House or Syon House, Isleworth, seat of the Duke of Northumberland, with gardens designed by Capability Brown

Background imageAtkinson Collection: Madame Romain at the Cafe des Mille Colonnes, 1818

Madame Romain at the Cafe des Mille Colonnes, 1818
Madame Romain, the beautiful lemonade seller, at the Cafe des Mille Colonnes in the Palais Royal, Paris, seated on her throne and surrounded by her admirers. La belle limonadiere

Background imageAtkinson Collection: The Two at Pervyse with Shot the dog memorial, Ypres

The Two at Pervyse with Shot the dog memorial, Ypres
This memorial is in the garden of the Ariane Hotel in Ypres. The Two is the title given to two extrordinary British laidies, Elsie Knocker and Mairie Chisholm

Background imageAtkinson Collection: Taming the Charleston

Taming the Charleston
Mr E. Scott-Atkinson, professional tango champion, and Miss Dorothy Cole, the worlds tango champion demonstrate the old way to dance the Charleston - with legs and feet kicking outwards (bottom row)

Background imageAtkinson Collection: Shakespeares King Richard III, Act V, Scene 4

Shakespeares King Richard III, Act V, Scene 4, by J A Atkinson - the Battle of Bosworth. 1485

Background imageAtkinson Collection: Cheshire Rugby Team

Cheshire Rugby Team: Harvey, Fletcher, Bradshaw, Jones, Ingham, Fenton, Atkinson, Baxter, Cannell, Parratt, Jones, Houghton, Hughes, Chadwick, Hanson, Clauss. 1890s

Background imageAtkinson Collection: Weekend cruise, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

Weekend cruise, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Weekend cruise on a steam yacht passing Point Atkinson Lighthouse, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. circa 1900s

Background imageAtkinson Collection: Advert, James Atkinson, Perfumer, London

Advert, James Atkinson, Perfumer, London
Advert, James Atkinson, Perfumer, of Gerrard Street and Soho Square, London. 1826

Background imageAtkinson Collection: English dinner party in India with servants

English dinner party in India with servants
A dinner party on an English hill station in India in the British raj, from Curry and Rice (on Forty Plates) by Captain Geo. F. Atkinson. Date: 1860

Background imageAtkinson Collection: Ladies in their carriage in India 1860

Ladies in their carriage in India 1860
Ladies in their carriage while their gentlemen admirers crowd round, from Curry and Rice (on Forty Plates) by Captain Geo. F. Atkinson. Date: 1860

Background imageAtkinson Collection: Study for the First Public Drinking Fountain

Study for the First Public Drinking Fountain
Study for a genre scene of people gathered around the first public drinking fountain in London, oil on canvas signed by W.A. Atkinson, c.1859. Date: c.1859

Background imageAtkinson Collection: Death of Lt-Col William Miller of the 1st Guards

Death of Lt-Col William Miller of the 1st Guards at the Battle of Quatre Bras. One of 16 lithographs by J Atkinson depicting incidents of British bravery during the late campaigns on the continent

Background imageAtkinson Collection: Women police officers at work, WEC, London

Women police officers at work, WEC, London. They are Sergeant Patricia May Atkinson (seated left, joined August 1946), and Constables Ada Sandy (joined July 1928)

Background imageAtkinson Collection: Union Workhouse, Great Ouseburn, Yorkshire

Union Workhouse, Great Ouseburn, Yorkshire
A view of the Great Ouseburn Union workhouse was erected in 1857. The architects were John and William Atkinson of York. Date: Date unknown

Background imageAtkinson Collection: Entrance Hall - Daily Express Building, Fleet Street, London

Entrance Hall - Daily Express Building, Fleet Street, London. Architects - Ellis & Clark. Lobby designed by Rupert Atkinson with reliefs by Eric Aumonier

Background imageAtkinson Collection: Arch Lodge, Bretton Hall, West Yorkshire

Arch Lodge, Bretton Hall, West Yorkshire
Archway Lodge, Bretton Hall, West Yorkshire - a country house in West Bretton near Wakefield. The Lodge is a grade II* listed building by William Atkinson in 1805

Background imageAtkinson Collection: Union Workhouse, Wetherby, West Yorkshire

Union Workhouse, Wetherby, West Yorkshire
The Wetherby Union workhouse was designed by J.B. and W. Atkinson and opened in 1863 on Linton Road in Wetherby, West Yorkshire. The site later became Wharfe Grange Hospital

Background imageAtkinson Collection: The Wild Pass of Siri-Kajoor

The Wild Pass of Siri-Kajoor
Tinted lithograph from bound volume of 26 tinted lithographs, Sketches in Afghanistan, 1838-1842. By Louis and Charles Haghe after James Atkinson

Background imageAtkinson Collection: Soldiers Drilling

Soldiers Drilling. Coloured aquatint with soft ground etching by and after J A Atkinson, nd.Published by William Miller, 49 Albemarle Street, London and James Walker, 8 Conway Street, Fitzroy Square

Background imageAtkinson Collection: Group photo, women police officers in hockey team

Group photo, women police officers in hockey team
Group photo, women police officers in a policewomens hockey team. They include Chief Superintendent Barbara Lilian Kelley (centre, 1920-1998), Elizabeth McClelland, Mary Atkinson, Sylvia King

Background imageAtkinson Collection: Paul Atkinson

Paul Atkinson
PAUL ATKINSON Franciscan friar, imprisoned in Hurst Castle, Hampshire 1656 - 1729

Background imageAtkinson Collection: Sir Herbert Atkinson Barker

Sir Herbert Atkinson Barker (1869-1950), an English surgeon. Date: 1909

Background imageAtkinson Collection: Face in garage window, Sale, Greater Manchester

Face in garage window, Sale, Greater Manchester
A face peeps out through a garage window in Sale, Greater Manchester. Date: circa 1979

Background imageAtkinson Collection: Magazine page, fire brigade sports news

Magazine page, fire brigade sports news
A magazine page reporting fire brigade sports news from Birmingham, Manchester and London. Prizes shown in the photographs are for swimming (London)

Background imageAtkinson Collection: Panoramic view of St. Petersburg, dedicated by permission to

Panoramic view of St. Petersburg, dedicated by permission to his Imperial Majesty Alexander 1st. by his much obliged humble servant J.A. Atkinson

Background imageAtkinson Collection: Frostbitten hand of Edward Atkinson, Antarctic expedition 19

Frostbitten hand of Edward Atkinson, Antarctic expedition 19
The hand of Surgeon Edward Atkinson, swollen with blisters due to frostbite. Edward Leicester Atkinson (18811929) was a Royal naval surgeon

Background imageAtkinson Collection: Diagram of food depots for the Scott polar expedition

Diagram of food depots for the Scott polar expedition
Diagrams showing how the food depots were distributed along the 750 mile route of the British Antarctic expedition to the South Pole led by Captain Scott

Background imageAtkinson Collection: Atkinson / Mutiny / Elephant

Atkinson / Mutiny / Elephant
Elephants are used to haul artillery, forming a siege train, during the Indian Mutiny

Background imageAtkinson Collection: Pig-Faced Lady 1815

Pig-Faced Lady 1815
Miss Atkinson: the pig-faced lady


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