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Yorks Collection

Background imageYorks Collection: Cricketing Record 1932

Cricketing Record 1932
Herbert Sutcliffe and Percy Holmes score a record opening partnership of 555

Background imageYorks Collection: Map of the North Yorks Moors

Map of the North Yorks Moors
National Parks poster map of the North Yorks Moors Date: circa 1950

Background imageYorks Collection: Ripley Castle / Yorks / 1879

Ripley Castle / Yorks / 1879
Ripley Castle, Yorkshire Date: 1879

Background imageYorks Collection: Duke and Duchess of York on honeymoon

Duke and Duchess of York on honeymoon
The Duke and Duchess of York (the future King George VI, and Queen Elizabeth, the Queen Mother) pictured together during their honeymoon in 1923. Date: 1923

Background imageYorks Collection: Priscilla and the Profligate, Duke of Yorks Theatre, London

Priscilla and the Profligate, Duke of Yorks Theatre, London
Priscilla and the Profligate, a play by Laura Wildig, at the Duke of Yorks Theatre, London, produced by Charles Hawtrey. circa 1920s

Background imageYorks Collection: Pte J Connington of Selby, Yorks, in action with Sten gun

Pte J Connington of Selby, Yorks, in action with Sten gun
Photograph: Pte J Connington of Selby, Yorks, in action with Sten gun. Taken by Sgt D M Smith, Army Film and Photographic Unit, Arnhem, 20 Sep 1944

Background imageYorks Collection: The Merchant of Venice by William Shakespeare

The Merchant of Venice by William Shakespeare
Promotional postcard for The Merchant of Venice by William Shakespeare; set to music by Adrian Welles Beecham. First produced at the Grand Theatre, Brighton

Background imageYorks Collection: Army Recruitment Yorks

Army Recruitment Yorks
A recruitment demonstration by the army in Doncaster, Yorkshire using a trampoline

Background imageYorks Collection: Lancs + Yorks Loco 1406

Lancs + Yorks Loco 1406
Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway express loco no 1406

Background imageYorks Collection: Old Six Chimneys, Wakefield, West Yorkshire

Old Six Chimneys, Wakefield, West Yorkshire, a country residence built around 1520 with six gables and chimneys. The Crown and Anchor Hotel is on the left. Date: circa early 1900s

Background imageYorks Collection: Avro York C Mk. II prototype LV626

Avro York C Mk. II prototype LV626
The sole Avro York C Mk.II prototype LV626, converted from the 1st prototype York, fitted with Bristol Hercules radial engines and the central auxiliary fin, as fitted to production Yorks

Background imageYorks Collection: Teddy Tail, Duke of Yorks Theatre, London

Teddy Tail, Duke of Yorks Theatre, London
Teddy Tail, a childrens fantastic musical play by Charles Folkard, music by Frederic Norton, based on the Teddy Tail comic strip in the Daily Mail newspaper, at the Duke of Yorks Theatre

Background imageYorks Collection: The Duchess of York's Brothers

The Duchess of York's Brothers. Sitting down is Prince Adolphus of Teck, 1st Marquess of Cambridge (August 1868- October 1927)

Background imageYorks Collection: Caricature illustrations of Alfred Lester, actor and comedian (1874-1925), by Hynes

Caricature illustrations of Alfred Lester, actor and comedian (1874-1925), by Hynes. Captioned, Our Lester Selection'

Background imageYorks Collection: Enid Stamp Taylor, actress, theatrical studio portrait in velvet costume astride upholstered bench

Enid Stamp Taylor, actress, theatrical studio portrait in velvet costume astride upholstered bench. Captioned, Part of the Punch'

Background imageYorks Collection: Pauline Chase (1885-1962), American actress, studio portrait in gown and feathered hat

Pauline Chase (1885-1962), American actress, studio portrait in gown and feathered hat. Captioned, Pan Re-Petered'. Chase had recently returned to London from New York

Background imageYorks Collection: Portrait of the actress Enid Stamp-Taylor appearing

Portrait of the actress Enid Stamp-Taylor appearing in The Punch Bowl at the Duke of Yorks Theatre and Hotel Metropole Cabaret The Midnight Follies, 1925 Date: 1925

Background imageYorks Collection: Advert for The St Mortitz on the Park Hotel, New York, 1931

Advert for The St Mortitz on the Park Hotel, New York, 1931
Advert for The St Mortitz on the Park Hotel, 50 Central Park South, New York, 1931 Date: 1931

Background imageYorks Collection: Scene from J. M. Barries Peter Pan at the Duke of Yorks Theatre in 1905

Scene from J. M. Barries Peter Pan at the Duke of Yorks Theatre in 1905
Scene from J.M. Barries Peter Pan at the Duke of Yorks Theatre in 1905, showing Peter saving his band from the pirates,

Background imageYorks Collection: 13th / 18th Hussars Memorial, la Breche d Hermanville

13th / 18th Hussars Memorial, la Breche d Hermanville
The Regiment was equipped with Flail tanks which acted as giant carpet sweepers, having at the front huge rotating steel chains as brushes

Background imageYorks Collection: East Yorkshire Regiment Memorial, la Breche, Normandy

East Yorkshire Regiment Memorial, la Breche, Normandy
The 2nd and 5th Battalions of the East Yorks landed here on D-Day as part of the first wave of the British 3rd Division. The Divisions landing beach had been divided into three sections, Peter

Background imageYorks Collection: Hedley Verity, Yorkshire County and England cricketer

Hedley Verity, Yorkshire County and England cricketer. Date: 1934

Background imageYorks Collection: H Sutcliffe, Yorkshire County and England cricketer

H Sutcliffe, Yorkshire County and England cricketer. Date: 1934

Background imageYorks Collection: Duke of Yorks Theatre, St Martins Lane, London

Duke of Yorks Theatre, St Martins Lane, London, with a production of Ernest Dennys light comedy, All-of-a-Sudden Peggy, starring Marie Tempest. Date: circa 1908

Background imageYorks Collection: Old Stone Bridge. Leeds. Date: 1945

Old Stone Bridge. Leeds. Date: 1945

Background imageYorks Collection: WHITBY / YORKS 1920S CIG

WHITBY / YORKS 1920S CIG
Whitby, Yorkshire: steps leading down to the beach Date: 1920s

Background imageYorks Collection: FILEY / YORKS / 1920S

FILEY / YORKS / 1920S
Filey, Yorkshire: The Promenade on a cold, damp day Date: 1920s

Background imageYorks Collection: FILEY / YORKS / 1902

FILEY / YORKS / 1902
Filey, Yorkshire: cricket on the sands Date: 1902

Background imageYorks Collection: NEW YORK - FIFTH AVENUE

NEW YORK - FIFTH AVENUE
Pedestrians, cabs and a solitary motor car enliven the scene in New Yorks most fashionable thoroughfare Date: 1906

Background imageYorks Collection: The Way to Treat a Woman, Duke of Yorks Theatre, London

The Way to Treat a Woman, Duke of Yorks Theatre, London
The Way to Treat a Woman, a play by Walter Hackett, at the Duke of Yorks Theatre, St Martins Lane, London. 1930

Background imageYorks Collection: Coronation 1953, Queen Elizabeth II - Procession down the Ma

Coronation 1953, Queen Elizabeth II - Procession down the Ma
The last stage of Queen Elizabeth IIs triumphal home-coming after her Coronation ceremony at Westminster Abbey on 2 June 1953

Background imageYorks Collection: Daddy Longlegs by Jean Webster

Daddy Longlegs by Jean Webster. First produced in England at the Duke of Yorks Theatre on 29th May 1916. The text at the bottom left of the poster reads A Full of Smiles Play by Jean Webster

Background imageYorks Collection: The Chinese Bungalow by Marion Osmond and James Corbett

The Chinese Bungalow by Marion Osmond and James Corbett
The Chinese Bungalow by Marion Osmond and James Corbet starring Matheson Lang. An example of an image being supplied with more than one text. The artist is Charles Buchel

Background imageYorks Collection: The Broken Wing by Paul Dickey and Charles W. Goddard

The Broken Wing by Paul Dickey and Charles W. Goddard. First produced in England at the Duke of Yorks Theatre on 15th August 1922

Background imageYorks Collection: Brown Sugar by Lady Arthur Lever

Brown Sugar by Lady Arthur Lever, with arrangement by Charles B Cochran. First produced at the Grand in Southampton on 28th June 1920 and then moved to The Duke of Yorks Theatre on 7th July 1920

Background imageYorks Collection: Joyce Barbour with Noel Coward in London Calling

Joyce Barbour with Noel Coward in London Calling at the Duke of Yorks Theatre, London, 1924 Date: 1924

Background imageYorks Collection: All-of-a-Sudden Peggy, Duke of Yorks Theatre, London

All-of-a-Sudden Peggy, Duke of Yorks Theatre, London
All-of-a-Sudden Peggy by Ernest Denny, first produced at the Duke of Yorks Theatre, London, 27 February 1906. The title means that Peggy is an impulsive young woman

Background imageYorks Collection: A scene from The Girl for the Boy (1919) at the Duke of York

A scene from The Girl for the Boy (1919) at the Duke of Yorks Theatre, London Date: 1919

Background imageYorks Collection: View, 5th Avenue, New York

View, 5th Avenue, New York
5th avenues lower stretch extended the stylish neighborhood of Washington Square northwards. The higher status was confirmed in 1862

Background imageYorks Collection: 5th Avenue, New York

5th Avenue, New York
5th avenues lower stretch extended the stylish neighborhood of Washington square northwards. The higher status was confirmed in 1862

Background imageYorks Collection: Sterne - Cpxwould Yorks

Sterne - Cpxwould Yorks
Laurence Sterne (1713 - 1768) Coxwould, in the North Riding of Yorkshire, home of the novelist and clergyman: this is where he wrote Sentimental Journey

Background imageYorks Collection: Sterne Coxwould Yorks

Sterne Coxwould Yorks
Laurence Sterne (1713 - 1768) Coxwould, in the North Riding of Yorkshire, home of the novelist and clergyman: this is where he wrote Sentimental Journey

Background imageYorks Collection: Betty Chester against back cloth at Duke of Yorks Theatre

Betty Chester against back cloth at Duke of Yorks Theatre
Actress Betty Chester singing The Man I Love in the " C.O.D" revue at the Duke of Yorks theatre in 1927, performing against a fantastic back cloth design by Clifford Pember showing stage

Background imageYorks Collection: Yorkshire CCC Cricket Team

Yorkshire CCC Cricket Team
Group photo, Yorkshire CCC Cricket Team. Date: circa 1936

Background imageYorks Collection: Nuts in May adapted by E Lawrence Prentice

Nuts in May adapted by E Lawrence Prentice
Promotional postcard for Nuts in May adapted by E. Lawrence Prentice from Les Vingt-Huit Jours de Clairette by H. Raymond, Victor Roger and Antony Mars

Background imageYorks Collection: Merely Mary Anne by Israel Zangwill

Merely Mary Anne by Israel Zangwill
Promotional postcard for Merely Mary Anne by Israel Zangwill. First produced at the Duke of Yorks Theatre, 8th September 1904

Background imageYorks Collection: Army recruitment, Doncaster, Yorkshire

Army recruitment, Doncaster, Yorkshire
An army recruitment demonstration in Doncaster, Yorkshire, with people watching a man performing on a trampoline. Date: 1960s

Background imageYorks Collection: The Thirteenth Chair by Bavard Veiller

The Thirteenth Chair by Bavard Veiller
Promotional postcard showing the cast list for The Thirteenth Chair by Bavard Veiller, first produced in England at the Duke of Yorks Theatre, 16th October 1917. Date: 1917



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