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Maclaren Collection

Background imageMaclaren Collection: Military steam traction engines with soldiers and others

Military steam traction engines with soldiers and others
Military steam traction engines towing army huts, with soldiers of the ASC (Army Service Corps) and others. Date: circa 1905

Background imageMaclaren Collection: A C MacLaren, cricketer

A C MacLaren, cricketer. circa 1897

Background imageMaclaren Collection: Claudian by Henry Herman & W. G. Wills

Claudian by Henry Herman & W. G. Wills
Claudian by Henry Herman (1832 - 1894) and W.G. (William Gorman) Wills (28 January 1828 13 December 1891). First produced at the Princesss Theatre in London on 6th December 1883

Background imageMaclaren Collection: James MacLaren, cricketer and rugby club founder

James MacLaren, cricketer and rugby club founder
James MacLaren (1870-1952), cricketer and Manchester Rugby Club founder. late 19th century

Background imageMaclaren Collection: In the Lobby of the House of Commons

In the Lobby of the House of Commons
Some prominent Parliamentary personalities pictured in the lobby of the House of Commons. In the left foreground are Messrs.A. Maclaren, J. R. Clynes and Philip Snowden

Background imageMaclaren Collection: Cricketer Archibald Maclaren as a recruiting officer

Cricketer Archibald Maclaren as a recruiting officer
English cricketer who captained the England cricket team at various times between 1898 and 1909. A right-handed batsman, he played 35 Test matches for England

Background imageMaclaren Collection: Alexander Maclaren

Alexander Maclaren
ALEXANDER MACLAREN Scottish Baptist churchman, Zions glory and God s, a notable preacher. Date: 1826 - 1910

Background imageMaclaren Collection: Gentleman holding up The Winning Post Paper

Gentleman holding up The Winning Post Paper
A jolly gentleman (" Sir Davy" Stephens of Kingstown)holding up a poster for The Winning Post run by Roberts Sievier. He used the publication to attack those he disliked on the turf

Background imageMaclaren Collection: English Cricket Team to Australia 1901

English Cricket Team to Australia 1901. Back row J Gunn, C Blythe, s Barnes, a Lilley, T Hayward, LC Braund. Front row HG Garnett, C MacGahey, AC Maclaren, C Robson, AO Jones

Background imageMaclaren Collection: WF De Bois MacLaren (donor of Gilwell Park)

WF De Bois MacLaren (donor of Gilwell Park)
W.F. De Bois MacLaren (donor of Gilwell Park). Date: circa 1926

Background imageMaclaren Collection: The Australian Cricket Team in England, 1912

The Australian Cricket Team in England, 1912
Photographic montage of the Australian Cricket Team which toured England in the summer of 1912. This tour was unusual in that no test matches were played, the Australians only playing county sides

Background imageMaclaren Collection: John Gunn - Cricketer

John Gunn - Cricketer
John R Gunn - Nottinghamshire and England cricketer. Toured Australia with the English side under A C MacLaren in 1901-2

Background imageMaclaren Collection: A Maclaren - Cricketer

A Maclaren - Cricketer
Archie C MacLaren - Cricketer for Lancashire and England

Background imageMaclaren Collection: Cricket / Team / Lancashire

Cricket / Team / Lancashire
Lancashire: Mold, Paul, Lunt, Baker, Smith, Sugg, Ward, Tindall, MacLaren (C), Bardswell, Briggs, Smith, Tinsley

Background imageMaclaren Collection: Cricketer, Maclaren

Cricketer, Maclaren
A.C. Maclaren Cricketer - Lancashire

Background imageMaclaren Collection: Clan Maclaurin

Clan Maclaurin
Clan MACLAURIN (same as Maclaren ?) with bow and arrow


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