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Background imageDick Collection: The Royal Aberdeen Golf Club by Mel

The Royal Aberdeen Golf Club by Mel
Caricature of members of the Royal Aberdeen Golf Club at Balgownie, formed in 1780. Members featured nclude Dr R. S. Clark, who was with Shackleton on the Endurance

Background imageDick Collection: Morgan Academy, Dundee, Scotland

Morgan Academy, Dundee, Scotland. Designed in 1862 by the Edinburgh architects John Dick Peddie and Charles Kinnear, originally opening (in 1866) as the Morgan Hospital

Background imageDick Collection: National Sporting Club

National Sporting Club
An impression of a Monday evening at the National Sporting Club, the home of the " noble art". Fair-haired fly weight is Dick Inkles.Key to people in audience, p.78 of

Background imageDick Collection: Turpin at Hornsey Gate

Turpin at Hornsey Gate
Dick Turpin bilking the toll at Hornsey Gate on his ride to York

Background imageDick Collection: The Bright Young People at a party

The Bright Young People at a party
A group of Bright Young Things at Captain Macheacans fancy dress party where guests were instructed to come as a living celebrity

Background imageDick Collection: Music cover, Papa Loves Mambo, Perry Como

Music cover, Papa Loves Mambo, Perry Como
Music cover, Papa Loves Mambo, by Al Hoffman, Dick Manning and Bix Reichner, recorded by Perry Como, from an MGM film starring Lana Turner and Ricardo Montalban. 1954

Background imageDick Collection: The Old Curiosity Shop, the Marchioness playing cards

The Old Curiosity Shop, the Marchioness playing cards
The Old Curiosity Shop by Charles Dickens, first published in the weekly serial Master Humphreys Clock from 1840 to 1841 and then as its own book in 1841

Background imageDick Collection: The Spaniards Inn

The Spaniards Inn, Hampstead Heath, London, historic watering hole of the famous, including Dick Turpin & Charles Dickens, who immortalised this pub in his Pickwick Papers. Date: late 16th century

Background imageDick Collection: Dick Turpin

Dick Turpin
Indictment of Richard Dick Turpin, for stealing a mare worth three pounds from Thomas Creasy, at Welton, Yorkshire, 1st March 1739 Date: 1st March 1739

Background imageDick Collection: The Old Curiosity Shop, Dick Swiveller and Sophy

The Old Curiosity Shop, Dick Swiveller and Sophy
The Old Curiosity Shop by Charles Dickens, first published in the weekly serial Master Humphreys Clock from 1840 to 1841 and then as its own book in 1841

Background imageDick Collection: Dick Turpin shoots fellow highwayman, Tom King

Dick Turpin shoots fellow highwayman, Tom King Date: 1839

Background imageDick Collection: Jockey / Dick Perryman 20C

Jockey / Dick Perryman 20C
Dick Perryman, jockey, in the colours of Sir Alfred Butt

Background imageDick Collection: Dressing doll. Dick Whittington

Dressing doll. Dick Whittington
Dick Whittington. Cut-out postcard enabling children to cut out the garments & fit them on the body of the nursery rhyme character. Date: 1921

Background imageDick Collection: Richard (Dick) Turpin

Richard (Dick) Turpin
The daring highwayman who made a dash from London to York, riding his mare, Black Bess

Background imageDick Collection: Douglas DC-3S N1R

Douglas DC-3S N1R (msn 4129) of the BROOKLYN DODGERS (Brooklyn National League Baseball Club), marked with Dodgers World Champions just behind the entry door

Background imageDick Collection: Collared lory, Phigys solitarius

Collared lory, Phigys solitarius.. Handcolored steel engraving by Joseph Kidd from Sir Thomas Dick Lauder and Captain Thomas Browns Miscellany of Natural History: Parrots, Edinburgh, 1833

Background imageDick Collection: Football after dark: a match on the first association ground

Football after dark: a match on the first association ground
Playing with a specially made white chrome ball, lit by powerful electric lamps on thirty masts: ladies football teams on the Burnley cricket club ground during a match

Background imageDick Collection: Dick Whittington by Arthur Rackham

Dick Whittington by Arthur Rackham
Dick Whittington arrives on the coast of Barbary, and everyone from the ship is entertained by the Moors. When they are invaded by rats and mice

Background imageDick Collection: Turpins Last Ride / Silk

Turpins Last Ride / Silk
Dick Turpins last ride to York and the death of his Bonnie Black Bess

Background imageDick Collection: Cig. Card / Dick Turpin

Cig. Card / Dick Turpin
Dick Turpin & Black Bess

Background imageDick Collection: Whittington (Benoist)

Whittington (Benoist)
SIR RICHARD (DICK) WHITTINGTON Merchant, Lord Mayor of London and cat-lover

Background imageDick Collection: Client: Dick Daynes for British Railways - King's Cross

Client: Dick Daynes for British Railways - King's Cross
Client: Dick Daynes for British Railways - Location: King's Cross Station, London - Models: Ron Bone, Chris Duthrie, Wyn Nathan, Rosslyn Simpson and Nicholas Simpson - shoot date: April 15

Background imageDick Collection: Client: Dick Daynes for British Railways - King's Cross

Client: Dick Daynes for British Railways - King's Cross
Client: Dick Daynes for British Railways - Location: King's Cross Station, London - Models: Ron Bone, Chris Duthrie, Wyn Nathan, Rosslyn Simpson and Nicholas Simpson - shoot date: April 15

Background imageDick Collection: Client: Dick Daynes for British Railways - King's Cross

Client: Dick Daynes for British Railways - King's Cross
Client: Dick Daynes for British Railways - Location: King's Cross Station, London - Models: Ron Bone, Chris Duthrie, Wyn Nathan, Rosslyn Simpson and Nicholas Simpson - shoot date: April 15

Background imageDick Collection: Moby Dick himself takes shape: The monstrous leviathan, with whom Ahab

Moby Dick himself takes shape: The monstrous leviathan, with whom Ahab and the whalers waged a feud to the death, is being constructed in Fishguard Harbour

Background imageDick Collection: A group at Murrays including Lady Idina Gordon

A group at Murrays including Lady Idina Gordon
A group at Murrays River Club in Maidenhead, Jack Mays outpost of his Beak Street club in Londons Soho. From left, Jack Gordon, the Countess of Munster, Miss Olga Lynn (famous singing teacher)

Background imageDick Collection: Richard Tarleton, popular performer in Elizabethan theatre

Richard Tarleton, popular performer in Elizabethan theatre
Richard Tarleton (or Tarlton, ?-1588), popular performer in the Elizabethan theatre. 16th century

Background imageDick Collection: Aveling & Porter Steam Roller KR 478

Aveling & Porter Steam Roller KR 478
Aveling & Porter Steam Roller KR478 Dick Turpin of Barnes Bros. Aveling at Westbury, Wiltshire. Maker: Aveling & Porter - Type: Road Roller - Number: 14001 - Built: 1929 - Registration

Background imageDick Collection: C E Dick, Golfer

C E Dick, Golfer

Background imageDick Collection: Golfer C E Dick

Golfer C E Dick

Background imageDick Collection: Dick Whittington and His Cat, pantomime

Dick Whittington and His Cat, pantomime - six scenes

Background imageDick Collection: Dick Boys shop, Burnley, Lancashire, early 1900s

Dick Boys shop, Burnley, Lancashire, early 1900s

Background imageDick Collection: Sons Of The Lords Of The Air

Sons Of The Lords Of The Air
An illustrated WW2 music sheet cover for Sons Of The Lords Of The Air, the official theme song of the A.T.C. words and music by Dick Hurran

Background imageDick Collection: The Tale of Dick Whittington

The Tale of Dick Whittington
Dick Whittington - Dick lying in the doorway of the house of a kindly merchant (2 of 12) Date: circa 1900

Background imageDick Collection: Music cover, Mary Lou, from High Time!

Music cover, Mary Lou, from High Time!
Music cover, Mary Lou, words and music by Dick Hurran, sung by Gil Johnson, from Val Parnell's New Musical and Dance Show, High Time

Background imageDick Collection: Marie Lohr as Georgina Tidman in Pinero's Dandy Dick

Marie Lohr as Georgina Tidman in Pinero's Dandy Dick
Marie Lohr as Georgina Tidman in Pinero's farce, Dandy Dick Date: circa 1900s

Background imageDick Collection: Vigo House sculpture

Vigo House sculpture
A Sculpture for a Regent Street Building as part of a plan to improve the city's beauty. The Spinner, by Mr Reid Dick, A.R.A

Background imageDick Collection: Dandy Dick Whittington, four roles

Dandy Dick Whittington, four roles
Dandy Dick Whittington at The Avenue Theatre, four roles, theatrical portraits in costume. Captioned Mr John F Sheridan as Lady Fitzwarren, Miss Ethel Haydon as Alice

Background imageDick Collection: Dandy Dick Whittington, Avenue Theatre, four portraits

Dandy Dick Whittington, Avenue Theatre, four portraits
Dandy Dick Whittington at The Avenue Theatre, four theatrical studio portrait of actors and actresses in role. Captioned, Miss May Yohe as Dick Whittington, Miss Ethel Haydon as Alice

Background imageDick Collection: May Yohe, actress and singer, as Dick Whittington

May Yohe, actress and singer, as Dick Whittington
Dandy Dick Whittington at The Avenue Theatre. Lady Francis Hope, Miss Augusta May Yohe, (1866-1938) American musical theatre actress in the title role, as Dick Whittington

Background imageDick Collection: Lily Harold, actress, Prince Mi Yung Man, Dick Whittington

Lily Harold, actress, Prince Mi Yung Man, Dick Whittington
Lily Harold, actress, as Prince Mi Yung Man, Dick Whittington, Drury Lane. Ching chang! Ni-Se-Pi-See dear, You won't coldly pass me by

Background imageDick Collection: Ada Blanche, actress, as Dick Whittington, Drury Lane

Ada Blanche, actress, as Dick Whittington, Drury Lane. Theatrical portrait as Dick Whittington. I have come back from China's distant shore, With diamonds, rubies and with gold galore

Background imageDick Collection: Marie Montrose, actress, as Alice, in Dick Whittington

Marie Montrose, actress, as Alice, in Dick Whittington
Marie Montrose, actress as Alice, in Dick Whittington, Drury Lane. Theatrical portrait, captioned On the ocean so bright and blue, My heart will fondly follow you

Background imageDick Collection: Mr Edward Terry, actor, in three of his theatrical roles

Mr Edward Terry, actor, in three of his theatrical roles
Mr Edward Terry, actor, (10 March 1844 ?? 2 April 1912) photographed in three theatrical roles; two as Dick Phenyl, in Sweet Lavender, one as Mr Egerton-Bompas, in The Times, by Arthur Wing Pinero

Background imageDick Collection: F. B. Rees, Jockey

F. B. Rees, Jockey
F. B. (Dick) Rees (1894-1951) was the first jockey to win 100 races in a National Hunt season, in 1924. Date: 1925

Background imageDick Collection: Dick Smith, Boxer

Dick Smith, Boxer
Dick Smith (1886-1950) the British light heavyweight and heavyweight boxer, with two young competitors at the Stable Lads Annual Tournament. Date: 1925

Background imageDick Collection: Advert, Dick Whittington pantomime, London Palladium

Advert, Dick Whittington pantomime, London Palladium
Advert, Dick Whittington pantomime at the London Palladium, starring Frankie Howerd, Mr Pastry (Richard Hearne) and Sonnie Hale Date: 1952

Background imageDick Collection: You Can't Be Too Careful!

You Can't Be Too Careful!
Cartoon showing an over-enthusiastic ARP warden at a pantomime. He appears to be indulging in some unexpected audience participation. Date: 1940



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