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Fred Collection

Background imageFred Collection: Jockey / Fred Archer Vf

Jockey / Fred Archer Vf
Fred Archer, jockey

Background imageFred Collection: Masters of Malvern College

Masters of Malvern College
Illustration by Fred May showing the Headmaster of Malvern College, Mr Frank S. Preston, taking a roll-call of some of his staff. Malvern College is an independent school in Worcestershire, England

Background imageFred Collection: The Famous Astaires by Nerman

The Famous Astaires by Nerman
Caricature of brother and sister dance act, Fred and Adele Astaire by Nerman during the time of their successful run in Stop Flirting at various London theatres during the mid 1920s

Background imageFred Collection: Ginger Rogers / Astaire

Ginger Rogers / Astaire
GINGER ROGERS American film actress and dancer, dancing with Fred Astaire

Background imageFred Collection: Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers

Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers - still from the Radio Picture Ltd production Shall We Dance?

Background imageFred Collection: Fred and Adele Astaire in Stop Flirting

Fred and Adele Astaire in Stop Flirting
Fred and Adele Astaire starring with Majorie Gordon in the successful show, Stop Flirting which opened at the Shaftesbury Theatre in London in 1923 and moved to the Queens Theatre a few months later

Background imageFred Collection: Keenor / Cardiff F ball

Keenor / Cardiff F ball
Fred Keenor, player for Cardiff City

Background imageFred Collection: Fred Archer

Fred Archer
FREDERICK JAMES ARCHER (1857 - 1886). Phenomenally successful jockey from the 1860s to the 1880s. Committed suicide after death of his wife, and owing to ill- health through excessive diet

Background imageFred Collection: Ducklings by Fred Morgan

Ducklings by Fred Morgan
Painting by Fred Morgan (1847-1927) showing a blonde little girl sitting by a pond holding a duckling

Background imageFred Collection: Golden Hind / Fred Law

Golden Hind / Fred Law
The ship of sir Francis Drake, formerly named Pelican

Background imageFred Collection: Margate Pier - Jessie Wildon and her Bijou Orchestra

Margate Pier - Jessie Wildon and her Bijou Orchestra
Margate Pier - Jessie Wildon (Mrs Fred Wildon - pictured on left with cello) and her Bijou Orchestra - a musical quintet. The Wildon family ran orchestras of various types during the summer in

Background imageFred Collection: Lady Charles Cavendish aka Adele Astaire

Lady Charles Cavendish aka Adele Astaire
Adele Astaire (1896 - 1981) comedy actress and dance partner of her brother, Fred Astaire from childhood until 1932, when she retired from dance to marry the British aristocrat Lord Charles Spencer

Background imageFred Collection: Captain Collins of Brighton, with his family

Captain Collins of Brighton, with his family
Captain Fred Collins of Brighton, who ran three pleasure boats called the Skylark and was a familiar figure on Brighton Beach for sixty years

Background imageFred Collection: The Dancer by Fred Purvis

The Dancer by Fred Purvis
Colour illustraton by Fred Purvis showing an elegant solitary dancer in a diaphonous yellow dress

Background imageFred Collection: Tunstall / Sheffield Utd

Tunstall / Sheffield Utd
Fred Tunstall, player for Sheffield United

Background imageFred Collection: His Majesty

His Majesty
A theatre poster advertising Fred Karnos company in " His Majestys Guests". Fred Karno was a theatre

Background imageFred Collection: Map, route of Santa Fe Railroad, USA

Map, route of Santa Fe Railroad, USA
Map showing the route of the Santa Fe Railroad, USA, from the Great Lakes in the east, to the Gulf of Mexico in the south, and the Pacific coast in the west

Background imageFred Collection: A view of the Karsino at East Molesey, 1910-1920

A view of the Karsino at East Molesey, 1910-1920
A view of the Karsino on Taggs Island at East Molesey (near Hampton Court), 1910-1920. Famous summer resort and entertainment palace on an island in the river Thames first run by Fred Karno

Background imageFred Collection: Fred and Adele Astaire in Stop Flirting, London, 1924

Fred and Adele Astaire in Stop Flirting, London, 1924 Date: 1924

Background imageFred Collection: On and Off by Fred Karno

On and Off by Fred Karno
Promotional postcard for On and Off revue by Fred Karno, circa 1909 Date: circa 1909

Background imageFred Collection: Funny Face by Fred Thomson & Paul Gerard Smith

Funny Face by Fred Thomson & Paul Gerard Smith
Promotional postcard for Funny Face by Fred Thomson and Paul Gerard Smith; lyrics Ira Gershwin; music George Gershwin which was first produced in the Princes Theatre on 8th November 1928

Background imageFred Collection: Mols Coffee House, Keetch Gallery, Exeter, Devon

Mols Coffee House, Keetch Gallery, Exeter, Devon
The former Mols Coffee House (1596), transformed into the Fred Keetch Art Gallery, Cathedral Close, Exeter, Devon. circa 1960s

Background imageFred Collection: Bakers Delivery Van 1, Malmesbury, Wilts (No livery)

Bakers Delivery Van 1, Malmesbury, Wilts (No livery)
Fred and Elsie Boulton; son and daughter of Richard Boulton stood by the bakery delivery van. Fred drove the delivery van and Elsie worked in the bakery

Background imageFred Collection: Fred and Adele Astaire

Fred and Adele Astaire
Fred Astaire, born Frederick Austerlitz (1899 - 1987), American dancer and actor pictured with his elder sister, Adele (1896 - 1981) who was his dance partner from childhood until 1932

Background imageFred Collection: The Jockey Fred Archer

The Jockey Fred Archer
FREDERICK JAMES ARCHER Phenomenally successful jockey from the 1860s to the 1880s. Committed suicide after death of his wife, and owing to ill- health through excessive diet. Date: 1857 - 1886

Background imageFred Collection: Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers in Swing Time

Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers in Swing Time
Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers dancing in Swing Time. 1936

Background imageFred Collection: 12013364

12013364
Poster, Roberta, film starring Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers. Date: 1935

Background imageFred Collection: Map - Santa Fe Hotels and Dining Stations run by Fred Harvey

Map - Santa Fe Hotels and Dining Stations run by Fred Harvey
Map of the USA, showing the locations Santa Fe Hotels and Dining Stations under the management of Fred Harvey. Date: circa 1935

Background imageFred Collection: Life by Maurice Cowan and Fred Rome

Life by Maurice Cowan and Fred Rome
Life revue by Maurice Cowan & Fred Rome; music Frederick Chappelle. First produced Hippodrome, Portsmouth, 3th May and London Palladium 30th August 1926

Background imageFred Collection: Thurstons Billiards House, Leicester Square - Bombed - 1940

Thurstons Billiards House, Leicester Square - Bombed - 1940
The bombed out remains of Thurstons Billiard House on Leicester Square during the Blitz on London, WWII. The corner building was hit by a parachute mine at 3:30am on 16th October 1940

Background imageFred Collection: The Artist at Work by Fred Pegram

The Artist at Work by Fred Pegram
Colour illustration by Fred Pegram of a red-haired woman at her dressing-table, applying a mist of perfume from a bottle

Background imageFred Collection: The Toast Is Britain

The Toast Is Britain
This painting is a portrayal of an incident at a banquet at which Nelson figures in company with the artist, Benjamin West. Date: circa 1915

Background imageFred Collection: Mrs Sarah Gamp, character in Martin Chuzzlewit

Mrs Sarah Gamp, character in Martin Chuzzlewit
Mrs Sarah Gamp, character in the novel Martin Chuzzlewit (1843-1844) by Charles Dickens Date: 19th century

Background imageFred Collection: The Pickwick Quadrille by Fred Revallin

The Pickwick Quadrille by Fred Revallin
Promotional music sheet for The Pickwick Quadrille, by Fred Revallin, taken from Pickwick by James Albery which was first performed at the Lyceum Theatre on 23rd October 1871 with Henry Irving as

Background imageFred Collection: Fred Clegg, Rugby player

Fred Clegg, Rugby player. 1890s

Background imageFred Collection: Not a Word! Personalities at the Derby by The Tout

Not a Word! Personalities at the Derby by The Tout
Not a Word! Everyone know this years Derby winner. What they may be doing just before the race on June 6. Caricatures of notable personalities of the turf drawn by The Tout for The Tatler magazine

Background imageFred Collection: Programme cover for Lady Be Good, 1926

Programme cover for Lady Be Good, 1926
Programme cover for Lady Be Good, staged at the Empire Theatre, London, starring Fred and Adele Astaire, 1926 Date: 1926

Background imageFred Collection: Music cover, Tra-La-La! or Scraps

Music cover, Tra-La-La! or Scraps, words by R P Weston and Fred J Barnes, music by Maurice Scott, sung by Ben Albert. 1906

Background imageFred Collection: The Boy by Fred Thompson with W H Berry

The Boy by Fred Thompson with W H Berry
The Boy, a musical comedy presented by Alfred Butt and written by Fred Thompson and Percy Greenbank. It was first produced at the Adelphi Theatre on 14th September 1917

Background imageFred Collection: Cartoon, Fred Evans in clown costume

Cartoon, Fred Evans in clown costume
Cartoon, Fred Evans in his clown costume. He performed at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, London. 1879

Background imageFred Collection: A Memorial Notice of Julian Gould, D Company

A Memorial Notice of Julian Gould, D Company, 16th Battalion Middlesex Regiment. k.i.a. 30th May 1917 near Monchy-le-Preux aged 25 years. This book was privately printed by his father, Frederick J

Background imageFred Collection: 8d a Mile by George Grossman and Fred Thompson

8d a Mile by George Grossman and Fred Thompson
Back page of the flyer " 8 d a Mile ". George Grossmith produced the revue and was the co-writer with Fred Thompson

Background imageFred Collection: BEN-HUR (NOVARRO)

BEN-HUR (NOVARRO)
Arguably the greatest of Hollywoods silent epics, Fred Niblos 4 million dollar film stars Ramon Novarro in the title role, Francis X Bushman as Messala. Date: 1925

Background imageFred Collection: Theatre / Pantomime / Dame

Theatre / Pantomime / Dame
Fred Kitchen, a Pantomime Dame

Background imageFred Collection: Flags of the Allies - WW2

Flags of the Allies - WW2
Flags and militray insignia of the fighting forces of the United States and their Allies during WW2. Date: 1943

Background imageFred Collection: Texas Ag-1 N222

Texas Ag-1 N222. The first of the specialised agricultural aircraft, designed and built at Texas A&M College Aircraft Research Center by Fred Weick

Background imageFred Collection: Aveling and Porter Road Roller DM 3079

Aveling and Porter Road Roller DM 3079
Aveling & Porter BHO class Road Roller, regn. DM 3079, number: 7632. Built in 1912 by Aveling & Porter at Rochester, powered by a 5 Nhp single-cylinder steam engine

Background imageFred Collection: Aveling & Porter Road Rollers DM3079 and NT4368

Aveling & Porter Road Rollers DM3079 and NT4368
Aveling & Porter Road Roller, regn. DM3079, number 7632, Alison, owned by Fred Dibnah and built by Aveling and Porter in 1912



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