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Quin Collection

Background imageQuin Collection: The Blue Ray by Shirland Quin - Flyer, Eastbourne Production

The Blue Ray by Shirland Quin - Flyer, Eastbourne Production
The Blue Ray by Shirland Quin. First produced at the Devonshire Park Theatre in Eastbourne on 28th November 1927. Back and front pages of the flyer for the Eastbourne production

Background imageQuin Collection: Film, The Passing of Mr Quinn, by Agatha Christie

Film, The Passing of Mr Quinn, by Agatha Christie
Film, The Passing of Mr Quinn, Argosy Film Co Ltd, with Stewart Rome and Trilby Clark, directed by Leslie Hiscott, based on a mystery story by Agatha Christie - the first British film to be made

Background imageQuin Collection: The Blind Harper, Patrick Quin

The Blind Harper, Patrick Quin c.1745-1812 (c.1800). Unknown 19th century. Date: 1800 (circa)

Background imageQuin Collection: Lady Olein Wyndham-Quin

Lady Olein Wyndham-Quin (1892-1969) working as an administrator for the Red Cross. Date: 1940

Background imageQuin Collection: Port Quinn, near Port Isaac, North Cornwall

Port Quinn, near Port Isaac, North Cornwall
Port Quinn (or Quin), near Port Isaac, North Cornwall Date: 1920s

Background imageQuin Collection: Mr James Quin, actor - The Theatre Magazine

Mr James Quin, actor - The Theatre Magazine
Mr James Quin, English actor - reproduced in The Theatre Magazine, May 1886. 18th century

Background imageQuin Collection: A cricket at home at Wighill Park, 1901

A cricket at home at Wighill Park, 1901
A cricket at home at Wighill Park, Lord Hawkes seat in Yorkshire, with the Yorkshire team and sundry other cricket friends

Background imageQuin Collection: Fresh water stream, Cornwall

Fresh water stream, Cornwall
A fresh water stream running into the sea, Port Quin, Cornwall, England. Date: 1960s

Background imageQuin Collection: 14th Century Franciscan Abbey, Quin, County Clare Ireland

14th Century Franciscan Abbey, Quin, County Clare Ireland

Background imageQuin Collection: Caricature of Earl Dunraven, theatre patron

Caricature of Earl Dunraven, theatre patron
Caricature of Windham Thomas Wyndham-Quin, 4th Earl of Dunraven and Mount-Earl (1841-1926), Irish journalist, landowner, businessman, sportsman, Conservative politician and theatre patron. 1881

Background imageQuin Collection: 4th Earl Dunraven - 5

4th Earl Dunraven - 5
WYNDHAM THOMAS WYNDHAM-QUIN, fourth earl of DUNRAVEN (until 1871 Lord Adare) M.P. yachtsman, associated with the medium D D Home. Date: 1841 - 1926

Background imageQuin Collection: 4th Earl Dunraven - 3

4th Earl Dunraven - 3
WYNDHAM THOMAS WYNDHAM-QUIN, fourth earl of DUNRAVEN (until 1871 Lord Adare) M.P. yachtsman, associated with the medium D D Home. Date: 1841 - 1926

Background imageQuin Collection: 4th Earl Dunraven - 4

4th Earl Dunraven - 4
WYNDHAM THOMAS WYNDHAM-QUIN, fourth earl of DUNRAVEN (until 1871 Lord Adare) M.P. yachtsman, associated with the medium D D Home. Date: 1841 - 1926

Background imageQuin Collection: 4th Earl Dunraven

4th Earl Dunraven
WYNDHAM THOMAS WYNDHAM-QUIN, fourth earl of DUNRAVEN (until 1871 Lord Adare) associated with the medium D D Home. Date: 1841 - 1926

Background imageQuin Collection: 4th Earl Dunraven - 2

4th Earl Dunraven - 2
WYNDHAM THOMAS WYNDHAM-QUIN, fourth earl of DUNRAVEN (until 1871 Lord Adare) associated with the medium D D Home. Date: 1841 - 1926

Background imageQuin Collection: Sir Gabriel Goldney, Vanity Fair, Delfico

Sir Gabriel Goldney, Vanity Fair, Delfico
SIR GABRIEL GOLDNEY, 1st Baronet of Beechfield, Corsham and Bradenstoke Abbey (1813 - 1900) Conservative politician, landowner, financier and banker. Member of Parliament for Chippenham, Wiltshire

Background imageQuin Collection: James Quin / Evans / Hudson

James Quin / Evans / Hudson
JAMES QUIN Actor


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