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Catalogue

Reference code: GB-0033-MIA
Title: Miscellaneous Photograph Albums
Dates of creation: late 19th century - 1991
Extent: 16 albums
Held by: Durham University Library, Archives and Special Collections
Origination: Albums compiled by a variety of individuals, mainly of photographs taken by themselves, but including also some photographs by commercial photographers and some postcards
Language: English

Contents

A number of the albums relate to Durham University, its people, buildings, events and activites, especially sporting. Other subjects include Durham city, railways, in Co Durham, staff and students of Bede College in Durham, Durham, European resorts, Scottish and Irish scenery, British churches, military service in the First World War, and boy scouting.

Accession details

Presented by various donors at various times

Conditions of access

Open for consultation.

Copyright and copying

Permission to make any published use of material from the collection must be sought in advance from the Sub-Librarian, Special Collections (e-mail PG.Library@durham.ac.uk) and, where appropriate, from the copyright owner. The Library will assist where possible with identifying copyright owners, but responsibility for ensuring copyright clearance rests with the user of the material

Arrangement

Generally numbered in chronological order of accession

Processing

A word-processed list had been drawn up by c.2000 which was converted to XML and augmented by Michael Stansfield January-August 2008.

Accruals

Further accessions may be anticipated

Catalogue

A.A. Macfarlane Grieve photo album
Reference: MIA 1
Dates of creation: 1907 - 1914
The first of four photograph albums of Lieutenant-Colonel Alexander Angus Macfarlane-Grieve (1891-1970) covering principally his time as a student and then member of staff at Durham University.
Photographs of AAM-G's sporting and military activities at school (the Perse) and Durham university, especially rowing at university, featuring the annual collegiate races in November/December and March and the races against Edinburgh university in June, with generally all the crews who entered being photographed in action and some as groups; also images of races in the Durham Regatta in June, the Henley Royal Regattas of 1913 and 1914, and the Oxford and Cambridge Boat race, also the Durham university Officers Training Corps on its various summer camps with other university OTCs, other views of university life in Durham and of Durham in general, particularly the river Wear.
Two scrapbooks of AAM-G are in the University College archive at UND/F1/H5.
A collection of glass plate negatives of AAM-G's brother, Gavin Malcolm, covering similar scenes 1912-1914 is at UND/F1/H1.

MIA 1/1   1907
May Races, Cambridge, boats along the banks of the Cam with crowds, including a small college barge with a flagpole flying the Union Jack.

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MIA 1/2   1907
The Perse School, [West] House football team, formal group, in football kit, some with school colours.

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MIA 1/3   1907
The Perse School, [West] house cricket team, formal group, in whites and various blazers.

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MIA 1/4   1907
Army cadet camp, Welbeck, No2 tent.

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MIA 1/5   1908
Perse School Cadet Corps, formal group, in full uniform, with rifles, slouch hats, some drums.

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MIA 1/6   1907
Army cadet camp at Welbeck, distant view of tents.

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MIA 1/7   [1907]
Lieut W.H.S. Jones, standing, in full uniform, with sword.

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MIA 1/8   [1907]
Captain R. Parker Smith, standing outside a tent, in full uniform, with sword and swagger stick.

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MIA 1/9   1907
Cresswell Crags, Welbeck, lake and road with people in the distance.

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MIA 1/10   [1907]
Colonel Walker VD, outside a tent, on horseback in full uniform.

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MIA 1/11   1907
Cresswell Crags, Welbeck, view across the lake to the road.

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MIA 1/12   1908
“Medland” standing outside his tent, in shirt sleeves and tie.

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MIA 1/13   1908
Lieut J.Ll. Davies in full uniform with sword and swagger stick inspecting a squad of cadets in uniform with rifles and slouch hats at the attention.

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MIA 1/14   [1908]
Unidentified captain with sword standing outside a line of tents.

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MIA 1/15   1908
Group of cadets in various states of uniform and some in whites and blazers outside tents.

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MIA 1/16   1908
“The Officers Camp”, formal group of officers in full uniform with swagger sticks.

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MIA 1/17   1909
“Junior Division O.T.C. Camp, Aldershot”, informal group of cadets including AAM-G, some in uniform, some in whites and blazers, outside rows of tents.

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MIA 1/18   1909
“Tent No2 Aldershot”, smaller group of cadets, some in uniform, some in whites and blazers, AAM-G as colour sergeant.

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MIA 1/19   1909
Farnborough Common OTC camp, cook house, group of cooks with outdoor stoves, tents beyond.

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MIA 1/20   1909
Farnborough Common OTC camp, distant view of tents.

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MIA 1/21   [?1910]
The Perse School, West House football team, formal group, in kit with blazers, AAM-G [captain] in a tasselled cap.

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MIA 1/22   1908
The Perse School sports at Fenner's, Cambridge, 100 yards racing towards the finish.

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MIA 1/23   1909
Farnborough public school OTC camp, band assembled in uniform, with cadets scattered about, some in uniform, some not.

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MIA 1/24   1907
The Perse School, football team, formal group, in kit, with 3 masters.

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MIA 1/25   1910
The Perse School v Bishop Stortford College football match in progress, distant view.

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MIA 1/26   1910
The Perse School v Bishop Stortford College football match, ?half time.

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MIA 1/27   1908
“Swimming Sports”, boys in sinking boats on a river.

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MIA 1/28   1908
F.M. Rushmore, standing outside in a coat and ?starting pistol at school sports.

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MIA 1/29   1908
“Swimming Sports”, boys messing about in boats on a river.

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MIA 1/30   1910
The Perse School, [West] House formal group, boys in jackets and ties, including AAM-G, in front of the house entrance.

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MIA 1/31   1912
“OTC off to Camp”, formed up in a church square, with rifles and hats.

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MIA 1/32   1913
The Perse School rugby team, formal group, in kit.

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MIA 1/33   1912
“OTC off to Camp”, marching along a road past a house, with a man with a bicycle.

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MIA 1/34   March 1914
“Sports”, finish of a running race, with a crowd.

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MIA 1/35   March 1914
“Sports”, finish of a running race, with some falling over, crowd watching.

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MIA 1/36   1911
Durham, University College group, staff and students, on the Castle Hall steps, in suits and ties/dog collars, including AAM-G, three [staff] in gowns with mortar boards including W.D. Lowe.

Printed: Castellum, 12 (1959), p.16.
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MIA 1/37   [1911]
University College Shooting Eight
In the Castle Great Court NE corner, in uniform with caps, puttees, ammunition belts , rifles, swagger stick, with a trophy, mounted, by John R. Edis, identified:
T.P.R. Clarke, H.D. Henderson, J.L. Mawson, G.B. James, A.A. Macfarlane Grieve, J. Lee-Warner, Col Sergt Steel, E.P. Grove, Capt W.D. Lowe, N.A. Vesey.

Another copy: UND/F1/FF1911.
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MIA 1/38   [1911]
Dr W.D. Lowe, rowing coach, half length, in rowing blazer, scarf and cap.

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MIA 1/39   [1911]
A.J. Norcock, University College, rowing cox, half length, in UCBC rowing blazer.

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MIA 1/40   [1911]
G.B. James, University College, half length, in UCBC rowing blazer and scarf.

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MIA 1/41   [1911]
E.V. Stocks, rowing coach, half length, in jacket, scarf and cap.

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MIA 1/42   1911
Durham University 1st IV rowing under Baths Bridge on the Wear, with individual insets of the crew and coaches, recorded as winners of the Durham Regatta Grand Challenge and Wharton cups and of the Inter University Race against Edinburgh.

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MIA 1/43   [1911]
C. Rushbrooke, Hatfield Hall, half length, in HHBC rowing blazer and scarf.

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MIA 1/44   [1911]
A.J. Conan Davies, Hatfield Hall, president and stroke, half length, in [DUBC] rowing blazer and scarf.

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MIA 1/45   [1911]
E.N.M. Firth, University College, half length, in UCBC rowing blazer and scarf.

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MIA 1/46   1911
Durham University rowing four, easied at front stops [by the Racecourse].

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MIA 1/47   1911
Durham University four racing against Tyne in the Durham Regatta Grand Challenge Cup above Baths Bridge, crowds on the banks.

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MIA 1/48   1911
University College Trials rowing four easied on the river.

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MIA 1/49   1911
Edinburgh University rowing four, in rowing kit, with the cox in an EUBC blazer, in a photographer's studio.

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MIA 1/50   1911
Durham University III B rowing four, easied outside St Cuthbert's: H.S. Crabtree, C.P. Young, AAM-G, S.F. Streatfield, H.McQ. Leyshon.

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MIA 1/51   1911
Durham University III A rowing four, winners of the Durham Regatta Mayor's Plate, in rowing kit with jerseys, in a photographer's studio.

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MIA 1/52   1912
University College hockey XI, on the Castle Hall steps, in kit and blazers with scarves, with hockey sticks.

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MIA 1/53   [1911 x 1912]
Group of students, variously in sports kit, blazers, suits, flat caps, by a ?sports ground: R.F. Gunn, D.H.S. Mould, S.J. Davison, H.McQ. Leyshon, A.H.H. Oliver, H.D. Stearns.

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MIA 1/54   1911
University College hockey XI, on the Castle Hall steps, in kit and blazers with scarves, with hockey sticks.

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MIA 1/55   1911
Durham Colleges hockey XI, on the Castle Hall steps, in kit and their college blazers, with hockey sticks.

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MIA 1/56   [1911 x 1912]
Two boys seated, in ?running kit, one holding a trophy and the other a dog, with a man standing behind in tweed suit and flat cap.

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MIA 1/57   1911
University College cricket XI, in a corner of the Castle courtyard, in whites and blazers.

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MIA 1/58   June 1912
Edinburgh University Boat Club four embarking at the dock, to race against Durham: E.L. Street, J.F. van der Westhuijzen, E. Chalker, H.D. Stearns, W.D.L.A. Radford, Mr Urquhart.

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MIA 1/59   1910
Elstow School running team, against Bedford Grammar School, 8 boys in running kit with a master.

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MIA 1/60   June 1912
Durham University Boat Club four embarking at the dock, to race against Edinburgh: V.S. Fincken, G.H. Newton, R.F. Gunn, H.D. Stearns, AAM-G, W.D. Lowe.

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MIA 1/61   1912
[University College] Senate four rowing on the Wear past St Cuthbert's boat house.

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MIA 1/62   1912
University College Senate Cup winning crew, formal group, in whites and UCBC rowing blazers, with the trophy and small cups on a table, and a dog.

Another copy: UND/F1/FB1912S.
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MIA 1/63   1912
University College four rowing against St John's College (not in view) in the Senate Cup, coming up to Baths Bridge.

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MIA 1/64   1912
University College Senate rowing four (in rowing tops with placquets), on the water easied at front stops: A.J. Norcock, G.B James, AAM-G, R.F. Gunn, D.H.S. Mould.

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MIA 1/65   1912
A.H.H. Oliver, full length, in sports kit with a DUAC jersey, standing beside a display of 10 various trophies in a photographer's studio.
By G. Fillingham of Durham.

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MIA 1/66   1912
A.H.H. Oliver, full length, in a suit, standing in a garden at Teddington.

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MIA 1/67   1912
A.H.H. Oliver, full length, in sports kit with a DUAC jersey, seated beside a display of 9 various trophies, and holding one, in a photographer's studio.
By G. Fillingham of Durham.

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MIA 1/68   1912
Four men in rowing kit and various sporting blazers (DUBC, UCCC/DCHC, UCBC) and scarves, standing in a garden outside a house in Teddington: W. Nisbet, G.B. James, A.H.H. Oliver, T.A. Lee.

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MIA 1/69   [?1912]
Two male students in running kit standing outside the pavilion.
By G. Fillingham of Durham.

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MIA 1/70   1912
Four men in rowing kit and various sporting blazers (DUBC, UCCC/DCHC, UCBC) and scarves, standing in a garden outside a house in Teddington: W. Nisbet, G.B. James, A.H.H. Oliver, T.A. Lee.

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MIA 1/71   1912
A.H.H. Oliver breasting the tape to win the half mile at the Varsity Sports, with a crowd beyond.

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MIA 1/72   June 1912
Display of trophies, in the Castle Hall, held by University College for inter-college sports: Gabbett Sculls, Senate Cup, individual shooting cup, tennis singles, tennis doubles, Commemoration Shield, fives cup, shooting cup.

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MIA 1/73   Summer 1912
AAM-G relaxing in an armchair in R.F. Gunn's room in the Castle.

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MIA 1/74   March 1912
University College Graduates rowing four, easied at front stops: G.H. Newton, M.G. Leadbitter, S.J. Dawson, A.W.P. Jaggard, L.C. Legge-Wilkinson.

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MIA 1/75   February 1912
Crowd of men and women gathered round two students on toboggans in the snow on Observatory Hill.

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MIA 1/76   1912
Edinburgh University v Durham University fours rowing race on the Wear, distant view from Baths Bridge.
By G. Fillingham of Durham.

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MIA 1/77   1912
Edinburgh University four rowing on the Wear, at the catch: A. Radford, N.P.R. Galloway, E. Chalker, J.F. van der Westhuijzen, E.L. Street.
By G. Fillingham of Durham.

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MIA 1/78   1912
Durham University four rowing on the Wear, easying by Durham School boat house: D.H.S. Mould, R.F. Gunn, AAM-G, V.S. Fincken, G.H. Newton.

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MIA 1/79   1912
Edinburgh and Durham university crews, formal group, in whites and blazers, in the Castle courtyard, with dog: N.P.R. Galloway (Edinburgh), Mr Urquhart (Edinburgh coach), Dr W.D. Lowe (Durham coach), Rev R.L. Slater (Edinburgh coach), Mr E.V. Stocks (Durham coach), D.H.S. Mould (Durham), E. Chalker (Edinburgh), R.F. Gunn (Durham), V.S. Fincken (Durham), A. Radford (Edinburgh), E.L. Street (Edinburgh), H.D. Stearns (Durham), G.H. Newton (Durham), J.F. van der Westhuijzen (Edinburgh), AAM-G.

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MIA 1/80   1848
Durham regatta print, showing crowds near Prebends Bridge.

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MIA 1/81   [1912]
Four beginning to row away from the dockside on the Wear.

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MIA 1/82   1912
Members of the Edinburgh University crew standing on the dockside, boat behind: E.L. Street, N.P.R. Galloway, J.F. van der Westhuijzen.

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MIA 1/83   [1912]
Rowing crew on the dockside, with supporters: AAM-G, D.H.S. Mould, A.H.H. Oliver, E.N.M. Firth, J. Mallory, V.S. Fincken, R.F. Gunn.

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MIA 1/84   1912
Durham School rowing four rowing through Elvet Bridge: E.M. Martin, A.M. Heazell, J.E. Cumming, N. Gawan Taylor, A. Thompson.

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MIA 1/85   Summer term 1912
“Scratch Crew” four rowing on the Wear: Dr W.D. Lowe, E.V. Stocks, M. Hutchinson, M. Buchanan, A.J. Norcock.

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MIA 1/86   [?1912]
“Historic "eight" upon the Wear”, easied below Prebends Bridge with the Fulling Mill and cathedral beyond.

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MIA 1/87   1912
Durham University OTC camp at Ilkley, cadets lined up with rifles on the shoulders.

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MIA 1/88   1912
Durham University OTC camp at Ilkley, distant view of tents.

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MIA 1/89   1912
Durham University OTC camp at Ilkley, formal group of senior NCOs, no caps.

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MIA 1/90   1912
Durham University OTC camp at Ilkley, group of cadets in various states of military dress striking/pitching a tent.

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MIA 1/91   1913
[University College] rugby XV, in the corner of the Castle courtyard, in rugby kit, boots, blazers and some scarves: H.C. Master, C.P. Burdett, C. de la Bere, F.E.B. Whitfield, V. Clay, S.F. Dixon, A. Todd, F.R.P. Carrick, S.J. Dawson, D.H.S. Mould (Hon Sec), AAM-G (Capt), B.Q. Norman, H.S. Crabtree, A.H.H. Oliver, C.H. Digby Seymour.
By John R. Edis.

Another copy: MIA 1/130 below.
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MIA 1/92   1912
University College rowing Trial Fours and Challenge Pairs, in the corner of the Castle courtyard, in whites, blazers and scarves, with dog: Dr W.D. Lowe, D.E. Ince, A.C. Bender, A.G. Mathew, F.E.B. Whifield, AAM-G, S.J. Dawson, H.C. Francis, H.S. Crabtree, D.H.S. Mould.

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MIA 1/93   1912
University College rowing Challenge Pairs, on the Wear at front stops: A.J. Norcock, AAM-G, D.H.S. Mould.

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MIA 1/94   1861
Copy of a drawing by D.E.S. of rowing sixes on a Durham Regatta programme.

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MIA 1/95   1912
University College rowing Challenge Pairs, on the Wear at front stops: A.J. Norcock, AAM-G, D.H.S. Mould.

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MIA 1/96   December 1912
University College rowers standing outside the boathouse in rowing kit and blazers: S.J. Dawson, D.H.S. Mould, D.E. Ince.

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MIA 1/97   1912
University College Trials Fours crew rowing on the Wear: S.J. Dawson, D.E. Ince, C.A. Bender, H.S. Crabtree, H.C.H. Francis.

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MIA 1/98   December 1912
University College four at the dock, crew on the side: D.E. Ince, D.H.S. Mould, S.J. Dawson, A.J. Norcock, Dr W.D. Lowe.

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MIA 1/99   [?1912]
River Wear in flood looking to Elvet Bridge from Baths Bridge.

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MIA 1/100   December 1912
Students in suits and hats with sticks standing on Prebends Bridge, cathedral beyond: D.H.S. Mould, D.E. Ince, AAM-G, S.J. Dawson.

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MIA 1/101   9 October 1903
River Wear in flood, looking into New Elvet.

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MIA 1/102   June 1912
River Wear, looking to Elvet Bridge.

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MIA 1/103   Summer 1914
River Wear in flood, looking to Elvet Bridge.

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MIA 1/104   9 October 1903
River Wear in flood, looking to Elvet Bridge.

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MIA 1/105   [Michaelmas] 1912
Durham University Union Society Committee, in suits and ties: J. Lund, W.L. Mann, T.R.L. Aldridge, D.H.S. Mould, G.S. Brown, G.N. Bacon, H.W. Thomas (librarian), AAM-G (secretary), A.W.P. Jaggard (president), H.McQ. Leyshon (treasurer), J.R. Nash (president-elect).

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MIA 1/106   1913
Rowing on the Wear, Graduates Cup, fours, University College racing Armstrong College, crowds running along the bank.

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MIA 1/107   1913
University College Senate rowing four easied on the Wear.

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MIA 1/108   1913
Rowing on the Wear, Senate Cup, St John's College racing Armstrong College towards Prebends Bridge, crowd on the bank.

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MIA 1/109   1913
Rowing on the Wear, Graduates Cup, fours, Hatfield Hall racing St John's College (only one crew in view), crowd on the bank.

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MIA 1/110   1913
Rowing on the Wear, Graduates Cup, Hatfield Hall racing.

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MIA 1/111   1913
Rowing on the Wear, Graduates Cup final, University College racing Hatfield Hall, crowd on the bank.

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MIA 1/112   [?1913]
Rowing four at the dock, on the side: Dr W.D. Lowe, Cooper, E.V. Stocks, H.C.H. Francis.

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MIA 1/113   [?1913]
Rowing four at the dock, on the side: Dr W.D. Lowe, Cooper, E.V. Stocks, H.C.H. Francis.

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MIA 1/114   1913
University College Senate rowing four easied before Prebends Bridge.

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MIA 1/115   [1913]
Senate rowing final, University College racing St John's Hall (only one crew in view).

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MIA 1/116   1913
University College Senate four rowing towards Prebends Bridge.

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MIA 1/117   1913
University College Graduates four rowing towards Elvet Bridge.

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MIA 1/118   1913
Senate Cup, St John's Hall rowing against University College, towards Elvet Bridge.

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MIA 1/119   [1913]
Rowing on the Wear, University College four racing Armstrong College towards Elvet Bridge.

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MIA 1/120   [1913]
University College rowing four at the dock, crew on the bank: D.H.S. Mould, D.E. Ince, R.F. Gunn, AAM-G, H.C.H. Francis.

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MIA 1/121   1913
Senate Cup, St Chad's Hall four racing University College towards Elvet Bridge.

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MIA 1/122   [1913]
Senate Cup final, St John's Hall racing University College (only one crew in view).

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MIA 1/123   1913
University College Senate crew, in the corner of Castle courtyard, in whites and blazers, with the trophy and small cups on a table, and a dog: D.E. Ince, Dr W.D. Lowe, R.F. Gunn, D.H.S. Mould, H.C.H. Francis, AAM-G.

Another copy: UND/F1/FB1913S.
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MIA 1/124   [1913]
Senate Cup final, St John's Hall racing University College (only one crew in view).

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MIA 1/125   1913
University College Senate rowing four, at front stops, near Prebends Bridge: D.H.S. Mould, D.E. Ince, R.F. Gunn, AAM-G, H.C.H. Francis.

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MIA 1/126   1913
Senate Cup, University College racing and beating St Chad's Hall, rowing towards Elvet Bridge.

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MIA 1/127   [?1913]
Durham St Oswald's church, above the Wear.

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MIA 1/128   1913
Graduates Cup, University College four beating St Chad's Hall, rowing under Baths Bridge.

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MIA 1/129   1913
Durham Colleges rugby XV, in rugby kit, boots, blazers and scarves, including AAM-G.

Other copies: MIA 1/338 below and UND/F1/H1/C20.
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MIA 1/129A   [?1913]
Dr Frank B. Jevons, principal of Hatfield, lecturing in gown and mortar board, behind a lectern, in a lecture room (“Room 8”, in 2008 the exhibition hall or room 10 in Palace Green Library), map on the wall behind.

Copy in UND/CK1/BC.
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MIA 1/130   1913
University College rugby XV, in the corner of castle courtyard, in rugby kit, boots, blazers and scarves, including AAM-G.

Another copy: MIA 1/91 above.
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MIA 1/131   Epiphany Term 1913
University College shooting VIII, in the corner of the Castle courtyard, in uniform, with rifles, trophy on a stool and a dog: Corp H.S. Crabtree, A. Todd, V.H. Clay, S.F. Dixon, LCpl D.E. Ince, Corp F.E.B. Whitfield, Col Sgt D.H.S. Mould, Capt W.D. Lowe, Sgt AAM-G.

Another copy: UND/F1/FF1913.
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MIA 1/132   3 May 1913
Installation of 7th duke of Northumberland as chancellor, DUOTC guard of honour formed up in Castle courtyard, at ease.
By G. Fillingham of Durham.

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MIA 1/133   3 May 1913
Installation of the chancellor, chancellor's arrival, walking past the OTC guard of honour.
By G. Fillingham of Durham.

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MIA 1/134   3 May 1913
Installation of the chancellor, academic procession walking round the Castle courtyard, honorary graduates included Bishop Henson, Prime Minister Asquith and Lord Curzon.
By G. Fillingham of Durham.

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MIA 1/135   3 May 1913
Installation of the chancellor, academic procession walking round the Castle courtyard.
By G. Fillingham of Durham.

Another copy: UND/F7/H2/39
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MIA 1/136   3 May 1913
Installation of the chancellor, academic procession walking along Palace Green, past the OTC guard of honour, with crowds behind.
By G. Fillingham of Durham.

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MIA 1/137   3 May 1913
Installation of the chancellor, academic procession entering the cathedral yard.
By G. Fillingham of Durham.

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MIA 1/138   3 May 1913
Installation of the chancellor, academic procession, headed by two bedels, crossing the cathedral yard.
By G. Fillingham of Durham.

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MIA 1/139   3 May 1913
Installation of the chancellor, academic procession, flanked by OTC cadets, walking down into Hatfield Hall.
By G. Fillingham of Durham.

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MIA 1/140   April 1913
DUOTC, A Company, officers and cadets, with rifles, formed up at Richmond Barracks.

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MIA 1/141   April 1913
DUOTC football team, group photo in football kit, to play against the Barracks.

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MIA 1/142   May 1913
Durham railway station, a south express (4-6-0, No 795) passing through.

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MIA 1/143   June 1913
Railway, a south express (4-6-0, No 1242) passing Durham, castle beyond.

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MIA 1/144   June 1913
Railway, a south express (4-4-0, No 1209) passing Durham, cathedral beyond.

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MIA 1/145   May 1913
Tug of war, Armstrong v Hatfield.

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MIA 1/146   May 1913
Tug of war, Hatfield v University College.
By G. Fillingham of Durham.

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MIA 1/147   May 1913
Tug of war, University College pulling Hatfield.

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MIA 1/148   1913
DUBC rowing four, boat at the dock, crew on the side: R.F. Gunn, D.H.S. Mould, D.E. Ince, AAM-G, Dr W.D. Lowe.

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MIA 1/149   23 June 1913
Derby Day on Palace Green, crowds forming a ring, cathedral beyond.

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MIA 1/150   May 1913
D.E. Ince sculling on the Wear.

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MIA 1/151   26 June 1913
Hexham station, F. Appleton, D.E. Ince, D.H.S. Mould, S.J. Dawson siiting on a bench in coats and hats reading a journal.

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MIA 1/152   26 June 1913
“The Party at Corbridge”, group of men in coats and hats at the ruins.

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MIA 1/153   26 June 1913
Chollerford Bridge.

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MIA 1/154   1913
Rowing four, reserve 2nd varsity crew, at front stops, on the Wear, near Durham School boathouse: Killick, Dr W.D. Lowe, P.R. Solly, F.F. Johnston, H.C.H. Francis.

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MIA 1/155   1913
Rowing, at the dock, 2nd varsity four on the side: H.E. Sladden, A. Clay, S.F. Dixon, J.M. Smith, A.S. Crabtree.

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MIA 1/156   26 June 1913
Roman wall at Cilurnum.

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MIA 1/157   1912
Durham Regatta, Grand, Oundle School Boat Club rowing against Durham School Boat Club through Elvet Bridge.

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MIA 1/158   [1913]
Durham Regatta, fours racing towards Baths Bridge.

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MIA 1/159   1913
Durham Regatta, Lady Anne Lambton, Durham School Boat Club rowing against Tyne Boat Club.

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MIA 1/160   1913
Durham University Boat Club, 2nd four, by Durham School boathouse, at front stops: H.E. Sladden, S.F. Dixon, A. Clay, H.S. Crabtree, J.M. Smith.

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MIA 1/161   1913
Durham Regatta, Grand, Tyne Boat Club rowing against and beating Durham A.R.C., only one crew in view.

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MIA 1/162   [?1913]
[Durham Regatta] Durham School 2nd four racing along the Racecourse, 3 caught a crab: H. Jones, J. Carr, B.H. Richardson, A.M. Hearzell, L. Morgan.

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MIA 1/163   1913
Durham Regatta, Mayor's Plate, rowing fours racing, Durham University 3rd four being beaten Durham School opposite Alf Taylor, mason and builder.

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MIA 1/164   1913
Durham Regatta, Grand, rowing fours racing, Oundle leading Durham School.

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MIA 1/165   June 1913
[Durham Regatta], Durham School four rowing under Baths Bridge: M.C.W. Flint, N. Gowan Taylor, J.E. Cumming, H.G.H. Marshall, A. Thompson.

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MIA 1/166   1913
Durham Regatta, Grand final, Tyne R.C. beating Durham School towards Prebends Bridge.

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MIA 1/167   1913
Durham Regatta, Wharton, Durham University leading Durham School coming through Elvet Bridge.

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MIA 1/168   1913
Edinburgh University four rowing on the Wear by the Racecourse.

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MIA 1/169   1913
Durham and Edinburgh University rowing crews and coaches, in whites and blazers, in a corner of Castle courtyard.

Another copy (identified): UND/F4/FB1913.
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MIA 1/170   1913
Edinburgh University four rowing under Baths Bridge, overhead shot.

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MIA 1/171   1913
Durham University rowing four on the bank, in rowing kit and DUBC blazers: R.F. Gunn, AAM-G, H.V. Ganderton, D.E. Ince, D.H.S. Mould.

Printed: Castellum, 12 (1959), p.40.
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MIA 1/172   [?1913]
A Durham University four rowing past a rowing boat: J.M. Smith, Sclater, Urquart, Dr W.D. Lowe, H.D. Stearns.

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MIA 1/173   [?1913]
Durham University 2nd four in a clinker boat, easied at front stops.

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MIA 1/174   [?1913]
A Durham University four being pulled into the dock: J.M. Smith, Sclater, Urquart, Dr W.D. Lowe, H.D. Stearns.

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MIA 1/175   1913
Edinburgh University rowing four, standing on the bank in rowing kit and EUBC blazers: E. Chalker, J.M. Verster, van der Wetshuijzen, H.P.W. White, A.M. MacLachan.

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MIA 1/176   1913
Durham University 2nd four rowing in a clinker boat.

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MIA 1/177   [?1913]
[Durham and Edinburgh University] fours racing towards Elvet Bridge.

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MIA 1/178   1913
Durham University rowing against and leading Edinburgh University in fours, coming towards Elvet Bridge, boat with awning on the bank.

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MIA 1/179   1912
University College tennis VI, in whites and blazers with racquets and trophy.

Another copy: UND/F1/FG1912.
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MIA 1/180   1913
University College rowing Trials Fours, Challenge Pairs and President's Sculler, in whites and blazers, in a corner of Castle courtyard.

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MIA 1/181   1912
University College Cricket XI, in whites and blazers, in a corner of Castle courtyard.

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MIA 1/182   1913
Durham University racing Edinburgh University fours, rowing away from Elvet Bridge.

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MIA 1/183   1913
Henley rowing regatta, Grand, eights, Leander leading Argonaut R.C. of Canada.

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MIA 1/184   1913
Henley rowing regatta, Grand, eights, Jesus College Cambridge leading London Rowing Club.

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MIA 1/185   1913
Henley rowing regatta, Grand final, Leander beating Jesus College Cambridge

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MIA 1/186   1913
Henley rowing regatta, Grand, eights, Leander leading Argonaut R.C. of Canada.

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MIA 1/187   1913
Henley rowing regatta, Grand, eights, Jesus College Cambridge beating New College Oxford.

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MIA 1/188   1913
Henley rowing regatta, Grand final, Leander beating Jesus College Cambridge.

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MIA 1/189   1913
Henley rowing regatta, Grand, eights, Jesus College [Cambridge] beating New College Oxford.

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MIA 1/190   1913
Henley rowing regatta, Ladies, eights, Eton College beating St John's College Oxford.

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MIA 1/191   1913
Henley rowing regatta, Stewards, coxless fours, Germans beating New College Oxford.

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MIA 1/192   1913
Henley rowing regatta, Ladies, eights, St John's College Oxford racing Shrewsbury School.

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MIA 1/193   1913
Henley rowing regatta, Stewards, coxless fours, Germans racing Leander, also a canoeist.

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MIA 1/194   1913
Henley rowing regatta, Stewards, coxless fours, New College Oxford racing Maintzer Ruder Verein.

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MIA 1/195   1913
Henley rowing regatta, Wyfolds, coxless fours, Lady Margaret Boat Club Cambridge leading University College Oxford.

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MIA 1/196   1913
Henley rowing regatta, Goblets, pairs, Swann brothers beating Gladstones.

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MIA 1/197   1913
Henley rowing regatta, Ladies final, eights, First Trinity Cambridge beating Trinity College Oxford.

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MIA 1/198   1913
Henley rowing regatta, Diamonds, sculls, McGilly beating Pinks.

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MIA 1/199   1913
Cambridge University rowing eight leaving the dock [on the Thames before the Boat race].

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MIA 1/200   1913
Oxford University rowing eight leaving the dock [on the Thames before the Boat race].

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MIA 1/201   1913
Henley rowing regatta, [Stewards], coxless fours, Germans beating the Canadians.

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MIA 1/202   1913
[DUOTC camp] Ilkley, Maj Cristie and Capt Cornell, in full uniform, standing near tents.
By H. Hitchen of Northwich.

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MIA 1/203   1913
Henley rowing regatta, eights, Pembroke [College ?Cambridge] racing Marlow.

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MIA 1/204   1913
DUOTC camp Ilkley, A Company, formal group, in uniform, in front of a tent.
By H. Hitchen of Northwich.

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MIA 1/205   1913
DUOTC camp Ilkley, distant view of tents and the road leading up to it.
By Worsnop & Co, Shipley.

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MIA 1/206   1913
[DUOTC camp] Ilkley, in front of a tent, in uniform, with one rifle: D.H.S. Mould, R.F. Gunn, C.A. Bender, D.E. Ince, C.H. Digby Seymour, C.R.G. Fox, E.S. Crabtree, P. Johnson.

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MIA 1/207   1913
DUOTC camp Ilkley, cadets in uniform, sitting on the ground, gathered round [for a talk].
By Worsnop & Co, Shipley.

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MIA 1/208   1913
University College pair, winners of the Challenge Pairs, rowing on the Wear: S.F. Dixon, D.E. Ince, H.C.N. Francis.

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MIA 1/209   1913
University College Second Trial Fours crew, rowing on the Wear by Durham School boathouse: G.H. Grimshaw, G.M. Macfarlane Grieve, G.F. Stopford, A.G. Mathew, S. Luckman.

MIA 1/210   1913
University College pair, winners of the Challenge Pairs, rowing on the Wear: S.F. Dixon, D.E. Ince, H.C.N. Francis.

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MIA 1/211   1913
Hatfield Hall Trial Fours crew, rowing on the Wear near Baths Bridge: W.A. Bradley, F.F. Johnston, H.S. King, O.A.C. Mottram, A.W. Nesbitt.

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MIA 1/212   December 1913
University College Trial Fours winners, rowing on the Wear: F.R. Croft, C.P. Burdett, S.C.K. Wyatt, J.H.C. Herald, F.E.B. Whitfield.

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MIA 1/213   1913
St John's Hall Trial Fours crew, rowing on the Wear towards Baths Bridge: C.F. Harman, F.R. Cooksley, E.T. Pakenham, J.E. Eastwood, B.M. Banks.

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MIA 1/214   1913
University College Trial Fours crew rowing under Baths Bridge, beating Armstrong II (not in picture).

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MIA 1/215   1913
University College Trial Fours crew rowing past the Racecourse, against Armstrong II (not in picture).

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MIA 1/216   1913
University College Trial Fours crew ready to start, opposite King's Mill.

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MIA 1/217   November 1913
University College Trial Fours and Challenge Pairs crews, in the Castle courtyard, in whites, striped socks, and blazers, with trophies on a table, and a dog: AAM-G, Dr W.D. Lowe, J.H.C. Herald, L.C.K. Wyatt, C.P. Burdett, D.E. Ince, S.F. Dixon, F.E.B. Whitfield, H.C.H. Francis, F.R. Croft.

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MIA 1/218   December 1913
Durham Castle Tunstal Gallery, outside, Mr Justice Scrutton leaving in a coach and four, with outriders.

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MIA 1/219   1830s
Durham Regatta in the “thirties”, painting by E. Hastings, towards Elvet Bridge with the cathedral and castle beyond.

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MIA 1/220   November 1913
R.F. Gunn in a scull on the Wear opposite Durham School boathouse.

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MIA 1/221   February 1914
Two tub pairs at the dock at University College boathouse: D.E. Ince, G.M. Macfarlane Grieve, F.E. B. Whitfield, Robson, A. Todd, Bligh Hill, S.F. Dixon.

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MIA 1/222   February 1914
Lifting a four out of the water at University College boathouse: L.C.K. Wyatt, W.D. Lowe, S.F. Dixon, D.E. Ince, F.R. Croft.

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MIA 1/223   March 1914
Rowing in a tub pair on the Wear: W.D. Lowe, L.C.K. Wyatt, D.E. Ince.

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MIA 1/224   March 1914
University College Graduates crew rowing under Baths Bridge.

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MIA 1/225   March 1914
Rowing in a bank tub, standing about: W.D. Lowe, H.E. Sladden, H.V. Ganderton.

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MIA 1/226   March 1914
University College Graduates crew rowing on the Wear: F.E.B. Whitfield, A.G. Mathew, Bligh Hill, C.P. Burdett, Harrison.

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MIA 1/227   March 1914
Standing in front of the white gates, in rowing shorts, blazers and scarves: L.C.K. Wyatt, D.E. Ince, S.F. Dixon.

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MIA 1/228   1914
St Chad's Hall Senate crew, carrying their four along the river bank: G.C. Higgs, H.E. Sladden, P.S.J. Welsford, Griffin, C. Cooper.

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MIA 1/229   March 1914
Standing in front of the white gates at the top of the path from Prebends Bridge to Margery Lane, in rowing shorts, blazers and scarves: L.C.K. Wyatt, J.H.C. Herald, S.F. Dixon.

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MIA 1/230   1914
St John's Hall Senate crew rowing on the Wear: G.M. Lister, C.G. Killick, E.T. Pakenham, J.E. Eastwood, H.V. Ganderton.

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MIA 1/231   March 1914
St Chad's Hall Senate crew rowing under Baths Bridge.

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MIA 1/232   March 1914
Hatfield Hall Senate crew rowing along the Wear by the Banks: W.A. Bradley, A.M. Gelsthorpe, P.R. Solly, O.A.C. Mottram, A.W. Nesbitt.

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MIA 1/233   March 1914
Rugby match, lineout in progress, Richmond, DUOTC A Company v The Barracks.

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MIA 1/234   March 1914
DUOTC Richmond, A Company, formal group, best uniform, all at the attention

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MIA 1/235   March 1914
Richmond, W.D. Lowe and F.C. Longden in coats and hat/cap/pipe.

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MIA 1/236   March 1914
University College Senate v Graduate crews, racing start before Baths Bridge.

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MIA 1/237   March 1914
University College Senate crew rowing under Baths Bridge: L.C.K. Wyatt, J.H.C. Herald, S.F. Dixon, D.E. Ince, F.R. Croft.

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MIA 1/238   March 1914
University College Senate v Graduate crews, racing start along the Banks.

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MIA 1/239   March 1914
University College Senate crew rowing along Elvet.

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MIA 1/240   March 1914
University College Senate crew rowing along Elvet.

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MIA 1/241   March 1914
University College Senate crew rowing along the Banks.

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MIA 1/242   March 1914
University College Senate crew rowing towards Baths Bridge.

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MIA 1/243   March 1914
University College Senate crew rowing along the Banks.

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MIA 1/244   March 1914
University College Senate crew starting below Baths Bridge.

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MIA 1/245   1914
University College Senate crew, in the Castle courtyard, with the trophy and tankards, and a dog, in whites, rowing blazers and scarves: J.H.C. Herald, Dr W.D. Lowe, L.C.K. Wyatt, D.E. Ince, S.F. Dixon, F.R. Croft.

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MIA 1/246   May 1914
The Wear in flood looking downstream from Baths Bridge.

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MIA 1/247   1914
University College Senate crew at front stops outside the boathouse.

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MIA 1/248   May 1914
The Wear in flood looking downstream from Baths Bridge.

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MIA 1/249   [1914]
Pair rowing on the Wear: AAM-G, W.D. Lowe.

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MIA 1/250   1914
University College Senate crew at front stops outside the boathouse: F.R. Croft, D.E. Ince, S.F. Dixon, J.H.C. Herald, L.C.K. Wyatt.

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MIA 1/251   [1914]
Two scullers, at front stops: G.M. Garland, L.C.K. Wyatt.

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MIA 1/252   1914
University College Gee Shooting Challenge Cup, in Castle courtyard, with the trophy and dog Zulu, in uniform with rifles/swagger sticks: A. Todd, J.H.C. Herald, S.F. Dixon, G.H. Grimshaw, Fox, A.W. Waton, F.E.B. Whitfield, W.D. Lowe, AAM-G, D.E. Ince.

Another copy: UND/F1/FF1914.
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MIA 1/253   1914
D.E. Ince sculling, overhead.

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MIA 1/254   May 1914
Sculling race between D.E. Ince and W.D. Lowe.

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MIA 1/255   May 1914
W.D. Lowe sculling, overhead.

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MIA 1/256   May 1914
G.M. Garland sculling, falling in (“couped”) in the Gabbett Sculls.

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MIA 1/257   May 1914
Sculling race between J.C. Hill and A. Todd, Gabbett Sculls.

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MIA 1/258   May 1914
L.C.K. Wyatt sculling, overhead.

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MIA 1/259   1914
Coxless four rowing on the Wear, “Varsity crew” : L.C.K. Wyatt, J.H.C. Herald, S.F. Dixon, D.E. Ince.

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MIA 1/260   May 1914
A. Todd sculling towards Durham School boathouse.

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MIA 1/261   Summer 1914
Coxless pair, AAM-G and W.D. Lowe, outside University College boat house.

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MIA 1/262   Summer 1914
Coxless pair, AAM-G and W.D. Lowe, on the dock at University College boat house.

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MIA 1/263   Summer 1914
Coxless pair, AAM-G and W.D. Lowe, outside Durham School boat house.

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MIA 1/264   Summer 1914
Coxed four rowing, at the finish: F.R. Croft, D.E. Ince, [S.F. Dixon, H.E. Sladden, C. Cooper].

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MIA 1/265   Summer 1914
S.F. Dixon and W.D. Lowe, in rowing kit, sitting on a wall [on the riverbank], dog Zulu between them.

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MIA 1/266   Summer 1914
Coxed four rowing, mid-stroke, overhead: F.R. Croft, D.E. Ince, S.F. Dixon, H.E. Sladden, C. Cooper.

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MIA 1/267   Summer 1914
Coxed four (?as in the last) rowing under Elvet Bridge.

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MIA 1/268   Summer 1914
Coxless four coming into the dock at University College boat house: W.D. Lowe, AAM-G, ?, ?.

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MIA 1/269   Summer 1914
Coxed four rowing along the Racecourse: F.R. Croft, D.E. Ince, S.F. Dixon, J.H.C. Herald, C. Cooper.

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MIA 1/270   Summer 1914
Coxed four rowing along the Racecourse: F.R. Croft, D.E. Ince, S.F. Dixon, J.H.C. Herald, H.E. Sladden.

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MIA 1/271   Summer 1914
Durham School coxed four rowing away from Baths Bridge: including [B.H.] Richardson, [H.G.H.] Marshall.

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MIA 1/272   Summer 1914
Coxed four rowing [under Baths Bridge}: D.E. Ince, J.H.C. Herald, S.F. Dixon, H.E. Sladden, F.R. Croft.

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MIA 1/273   1914
“Varsity crew” lifting their four out of the water at University College boat house.

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MIA 1/274   1914
“Varsity crew” rowing past the Racecourse: L.C.K. Wyatt, J.H.C. Herald S.F. Dixon, D.E. Ince, F.R. Croft.

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MIA 1/275   1914
“Varsity crew” at the dockside at University College boat house.

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MIA 1/276   Summer 1914
Coxed fours doing racing starts: Edinburgh UBC 2nd IV v Edinburgh UBC 1st IV.

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MIA 1/277   1914
Edinburgh UBC four rowing.

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MIA 1/278   Summer 1914
Edinburgh UBC 2nd IV practising rowing against Edinburgh UBC 1st IV towards Elvet Bridge.

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MIA 1/279   [June] 1914
Inter-University Boat Race, Edinburgh and Durham [1st IVs] and coaches, in the Castle Fellows Garden, all in whites, scarves and DUBC/EUBC blazers: including W.D. Lowe and AAM-G, and two dogs.

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MIA 1/280   Summer 1914
Coxed four rowing: Phillips, L.C.K. Wyatt, E.T. Pakenham, P.S.J. Welsford, C.G. Killick.

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MIA 1/281   Summer 1914
Coxed four rowing, overhead: Phillips, L.C.K. Wyatt, E.T. Pakenham, P.S.J. Welsford, C.G. Killick.

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MIA 1/282   Summer 1914
Coxed four rowing: Phillips, L.C.K. Wyatt, E.T. Pakenham, J.H.C. Herald, C.G. Killick.

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MIA 1/283   Summer 1914
The Wear in flood by University College boat house.

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MIA 1/284   1914
Durham Regatta, coxed fours, Sunderland racing [Durham] City, corwds and St Hild's College beyond.

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MIA 1/285   Summer 1914
The Wear in flood, over the Fulling Mill weir.

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MIA 1/286   1858
Regatta medal, view from Prebends Bridge to Framwellgate Bridge of two six-oared boats with flags.

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MIA 1/287   Summer 1914
D.E. Ince and J.C. Morgan relaxing in a punt.

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MIA 1/288   1858
Regatta medal, obverse with just the title.

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MIA 1/289   Summer 1914
Picnic on the riverbank: L.C.K. Wyatt, W.D. Lowe, D.E. Ince.

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MIA 1/290   Summer 1914
Punting on the river: D.E. Ince relaxing with pipe, L.C.K. Wyatt with pole.

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MIA 1/291   June 1914
Picnic on the riverbank: L.C.K. Wyatt, W.D. Lowe, D.E. Ince.

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MIA 1/292   June 1914
Pulling a punt through the water: L.C.K. Wyatt, W.D. Lowe, D.E. Ince.

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MIA 1/293   June 1914
Display of trophies held by University College [in the Castle Hall] (12 cups/plaques and a clock).

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MIA 1/294   June 1914
Picnic on the riverbank: W.D. Lowe, AAM-G, L.C.K. Wyatt.

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MIA 1/295   July 1914
Henley, relaxing on the riverbank: G.M. Garland, D.E. Ince, W.D. Lowe with fan.

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MIA 1/296   June 1914
Punting on the river: D.E. Ince, L.C.K. Wyatt, W.D. Lowe (feet only).

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MIA 1/297   June 1914
On the beach at Bamburgh: D.E. Ince, W.D. Lowe.

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MIA 1/298   1914
DUOTC Stobs camp, in uniform and other dress, outside a tent: F.E.B. Whitfield, G.M. Lister, A.M. Gelsthorpe, D.E. Ince.

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MIA 1/299   1914
DUOTC Stobs camp, in casual dress: J.H.C. Herald, D.E. Ince

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MIA 1/300   1914
DUOTC Stobs camp, C.H. Digby Seymour, lying down, in uniform, with pipe.

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MIA 1/301   1914
DUOTC Stobs camp, relaxed, in casual dress, tents beyond: D.E. Ince, G.M. Garland, J.H.C. Herald, A.G. Mathew, C. Kay, W.D. Lowe.

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MIA 1/302   1914
DUOTC Stobs camp, relaxed, in casual dress, some uniform, tents beyond: J.H.C. Herald, G.M. Garland, G.M. Macfarlane Grieve, O.A.C. Mottram, S.F. Dixon, L.C.K. Wyatt, C.K.D. Seymour.

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MIA 1/303   1914
DUOTC Stobs camp, relaxed, in casual dress, some uniform, tents beyond: D.E. Ince, A.M. Gelsthorpe, H.K. Robb, J.H.C. Herald, A.G. Mathew C. Kay, H.C.H. Praneis, W.D. Lowe.

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MIA 1/304   1914
DUOTC Staobs camp, relaxed, in casual dress, some uniform, some pipes: J.H.C. Herald, A.G. Mathew, AAM-G, F.E.B. Whitfield, D.E. Ince, S.F. Dixon, G.M. Lister, G.M. Garland, L.C.K. Wyatt.
By Scott and Co of Kirkcaldy.

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MIA 1/305   1914
DUOTC Stobs camp, “Advance Party”, 12 in various casual dress, hats and pipes, tents beyond.
By H. Hitchen of Northwich.

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MIA 1/306   1914
DUOTC Stobs camp, formal group of officers in unfiorm, including AAM-G and W.D. Lowe.
By H. Hitchen of Northwich.

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MIA 1/307   1914
DUOTC Stobs camp, A company formal group, officers and cadets, in uniform.
By H. Hitchen of Northwich.

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MIA 1/308   1914
DUOTC Stobs camp, view of the tents from the hill above.
By H. Hitchen of Northwich.

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MIA 1/309   1914
DUOTC Stobs camps, Maj W.L. Osborne and Maj A.K. Robb in uniform standing outside a tent.
By H. Hitchen of Northwich.

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MIA 1/310   1914
DUOTC Stobs camp, serjeants in uniform, with pipes, relaxed outside a tent: G. Lister, F.E.B. Whitfield, A.M. Gelsthorpe, C. Kay, D.E. Ince.

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MIA 1/311   [?1914]
DUOTC A Company Hare Philipson Challenge Shield [winners], in Castle courtyard, in uniform, with ammunition pouches, rifles, swagger sticks and the shield: [including 2nd Lieut AAM-G, Capt W.D. Lowe, Serj D.E. Ince].

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MIA 1/312   [July] 1914
Henley rowing regatta, Stewards, coxless fours, Leander v Mainzer Ruder Verein.

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MIA 1/313   [July] 1914
Henely rowing regatta, coxless four, Leander.

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MIA 1/314   [July] 1914
Henley rowing regatta, Diamonds single sculls, Sinigaglia v Stuart.

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MIA 1/315   [July] 1914
Henley rowing regatta, Goblets, coxless pairs final, Trinity Hall Cambridge v 3rd Trinity College Cambridge.

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MIA 1/316   [July] 1914
Henley rowing regatta, Diamonds single culls, Sinigaglia v Pinks.

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MIA 1/317   [July] 1914
Henley rowing regatta, Stewards, coxless fours final, Leander v Mainzer Ruder Verein.

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MIA 1/318   [July] 1914
Henley rowing regatta, Goblets, coxless pairs final, Trinity Hall Cambridge v 3rd Trinity College Cambridge.

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MIA 1/319   [July] 1914
Henley rowing regatta, Grand, eights, Mainzer Ruder Verein v Jesus College Cambridge.

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MIA 1/320   [July] 1914
Henley rowing regatta, Grand, eights, Union BC USA v Mainzer Ruder Verein.

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MIA 1/321   [July] 1914
Henley rowing regatta, Grand, eights, Mainzer Ruder Verein v Jesus College [Cambridge].

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MIA 1/322   [July] 1914
Henley rowing regatta, Grand, eights, Union BC USA v Mainzer Ruder Verein.

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MIA 1/323   [July] 1914
Henley rowing regatta, Grand, eights, Leander v Harvard.

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MIA 1/324   [July] 1914
Henley rowing regatta, Grand, eights, Leander v Harvard.

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MIA 1/325   [July] 1914
Henley rowing regatta, Grand, eights, Harvard v Winnipeg.

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MIA 1/326   [July] 1914
Henley rowing regatta, Grand, eights, Union BC USA v London RC.

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MIA 1/327   [July] 1914
Henley rowing regatta, an eight rowing up to the start.

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MIA 1/328   [July] 1914
Henley rowing regatta, Grand, eights, Winnipeg v Thames.

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MIA 1/329   [July] 1914
Henley rowing regatta, Wyfold, coxless fours final, London RC v Lady Margaret Boat Club [Cambridge].

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MIA 1/330   [July] 1914
Henley rowing regatta, Grand, eights, Boston v London.

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MIA 1/331   [July] 1914
Henley rowing regatta, [Grand], eights, racing.

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MIA 1/332   [July] 1914
Henley rowing regatta, Ladies Plate, eights, Pembroke [College Cambridge] v 1st Trinity [College Cambridge].

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MIA 1/333   [July] 1914
Henley rowing regatta, Ladies Plate, eights, 1st Trinity College Cambridge v Eton College.

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MIA 1/334   [July] 1914
Henley rowing regatta, Ladies Plate, 1st Trinity College Cambridge v Radley.

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MIA 1/335   [July] 1914
Henley rowing regatta, Ladies Plate, eights, Pembroke College Cambridge v Shrewsbury School.

MIA 1/336   [July] 1914
Henley rowing regatta, Ladies Plate, eights, 1st Trinity College Cambrdge v Eton College.

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MIA 1/337   [July] 1914
Henley rowing regatta, Thames, eights, Jesus [College Cambridge] v St Catherine's [College Cambridge].

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MIA 1/338   [1913]
[Durham Colleges rugby 1st XV], in Castle courtyard, in kit, boots, blazers, scarves, with a ball, by J.R. Edis, identified: H.P. Walton (St Cuthbert's), H.C. Master (University), J.R. Hughes (Hatfield), F.E.B. Whitfield (University), V.H. Clay (University), C. Moore (St John's), C.P. Burdett (University), A. Todd (University), D.H.S. Mould (University), AAM-G (University), A.M. Gelsthorpe (Hatfield, captain), B. Arthur (Hatfield), S.F. Dixon (University), J.T. Lea (St John's), C.H. Digby Seymour (University), H.S. Crabtree (University).

Other copies: MIA 1/129 above and UND/F1/H1/C20.
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A.A. Macfarlane Grieve photo album
Reference: MIA 2
Dates of creation: 1914 - 1922
Photographs of AAM-G's military training and war service with the Highland Light Infantry and then the Seaforth Highlanders, including some German prisoners after the War, and then rowing at Durham University featuring the annual collegiate races in December and March and the races against Edinburgh university in June, with generally all the crews who entered photographed in action and as groups; also images of the Durham regatta races in June, Henley Royal Regatta, the Tideway Oxford/Cambridge boat races, and also the Durham University OTC on its summer camps with other university OTCs.

MIA 2/1   [?November 1914]
Formal group of army officers [?43th Highland Light Infantry], in uniform, with sticks/canes, outside a large wooden hut, identified: Cotterill, C. Gillespie, Macintosh, T.J. O'Connor, A.B. Porter, L.A. Judd, W.M.D.S. Strettell, W.T. Davies, Ingle, J.M.M. Laing, AAM-G, J. Lees, W.S. Wynne, D.M. MacKenzie, J.C. Smith, T.M. Macleod, J.G. Dickson, J.G. Graham, R.U. Donnithorne, H.S. Stone, A. Gillon, A.W. Jones, W.B. Rankin, A.C.D. Ingles, W.C. Leckie Ewing.

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MIA 2/2   November 1914
J.L. Macintosh, 4th Highland Light Infantry, at Renney, in uniform outside a wooden hut.

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MIA 2/3   November 1914
Group of officers of 4th Highland Light Infantry in uniform, at Renney outside a wooden hut: H.T.B. Boshell, J.H.M. Laing, Cotterill, J.G. Dickson, C. Gillespie.

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MIA 2/4   November 1914
W.H. Oldfield, 4th Highland Light Infantry officer in uniform with a stick, at Renney.

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MIA 2/5   November 1914
D.M. MacKenzie and W.S. Wynne, 4th Highland Light Infantry officers in uniform, standing outside a wooden hut at Renney.

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MIA 2/6   Summer 1915
4th Highland Light Infantry officers (A. Graham, F.S. Leslie, W.S. Wynne) and NCOs, in uniform, with sticks/rifles, at Haddington.

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MIA 2/7   Summer 1915
4th Highland Light Infantry platoon (officers M.A.C. Hunter and H.S. Aston), in uniform with two in civvies, with two Maxim machine guns/rifles/sticks and webbing, at Haddington outside a wooden hut.

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MIA 2/8   1915
4th Highland Light Infantry, group of soldiers resting besides a road on a route march at Renney Camp, Plymouth.

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MIA 2/9   1915
4th Highland Light Infantry D Company, formal group, in uniform, with two pipers in kilts (one Cpl Hailstones), officers: W.S. Wynne, H.J. Stone, AAM-G, RSM Davies, Sgt Guise, Sgt Scott.

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MIA 2/10   March 1915
H.T.B. Boshell and J.M.M. Laing, 4th Highland Light Infantry officers, in uniform, outside, at Renney.

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MIA 2/11   Spring 1915
Distant view of Plymouth Sound and Port Staddon.

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MIA 2/12   November 1914
J.L. Macintosh, of the Indian Army, attached to the 4th Highland Light Infantry, in uniform with cane and gloves, outside a wooden hut at Renney.

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MIA 2/13   Spring 1915
Distant view of Renney.

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MIA 2/14   Spring 1915
View of Newton Ferrers with boats on the river.

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MIA 2/15   Spring 1915
J. Sutcliffe and H.D.C. Cray of the 4th Highland Light Infantry, in uniform, outside a wooden hut at Renney.

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MIA 2/16   Spring 1915
4th Highland Light Infantry officers, in uniform, 1 greatcoat, outside a wooden hut at Renney: N.B. Hunter, J.G. Graham, F.S. Leslie, G.M. Macdermott, W.T. Davies, M.A.C. Hunter.

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MIA 2/17   Spring 1915
J.L. Macintosh, in uniform, with cane, on horseback, at Renney, houses behind.

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MIA 2/18   Spring 1915
4th Highland Light Infantry officers at Renney, in uniform, some great coats, sitting by a hedge: J.G. Graham, Gordon, F.S. Leslie, W.S. Wynne, D.M. MacKenzie.

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MIA 2/19   Spring 1915
4th Highland Light Infantry officers at Renney, in uniform, sitting on a rock: W.W. Rogers, H.T. Gibson Craig, H.T.B. Boshell, M.A.C. Hunter, AAM-G, R.M. Clarkson, J.M.M. Laing.

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MIA 2/20   June 1915
AAM-G, in uniform, sitting behind a Maxim machine gun at Haddington, huts beyond.

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MIA 2/21   Spring 1915
4th Highland Light Infantry officers at Renney, in uniform, outside huts: M.A.C. Hunter, T.M. Macleod, A. Graham, F.S. Leslie, W.W. Roger, R.M. Clarkson, J.G. Graham, H.S. Aston, J.M.M. Laing, J.P. Smith, W.W. Roger.

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MIA 2/22   June 1915
4th Highland Light Infantry officers in uniform, with a Vickers machine gun, outside at Haddington: H.S. Aston, J.G. Dickson, R.M. Clarkson, M.A.C. Hunter.

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MIA 2/23   June 1915
4th Highland Light Infantry officers in uniform, with a Maxim machine gun, at Haddington, houses beyond: J.G. Dickson, R.M. Clarkson, M.A.C. Hunter, H.S. Aston.

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MIA 2/24   June 1915
4th Highland Light Infantry officers in fencing kit, with dummy rifles for bayonet practice, outside, at Haddington: R.M. Clarkson, J.G. Dickson, H.S. Aston, G.A. Macdermott, F.S. Leslie, W.F. Macdonald, W.W. Roger.

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MIA 2/25   Summer 1915
4th Battalion Highland Light Infantry pipe band, in uniform, with pipes, drums and bugles, outside a grand house, including: Sgt Campbell, Sgt Bugler Ottlet, RSM Davies, AAM-G, W.C. Leckie Ewing, W.F. Macdonald, Pipe Major Johnston, bugler Hines.

Original: MIP PH 4/17.
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MIA 2/26   June 1915
M. Mackinnon, in uniform, reading, lying on a lawn by a bench at Haddington.

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MIA 2/27   July 1915
Scottish Command School of Signalling, at Peebles, on seating in front of a pavilion, officers and ORs, in uniform, with flags, also lamps, 103 present.

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MIA 2/28   July 1915
R.H. Donaldson, 9th Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, in uniform with kilt, steps behind, at Peebles.

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MIA 2/29   July 1915
Scottish Command School of Signalling, at Peebles, on seating in front of a pavilion, officers and ORs, in uniform, with flags, also lamps, 103 present.

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MIA 2/30   July 1915
H.S. Redpath, 9th Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, in uniform with kilt, steps behind, at Peebles.

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MIA 2/31   Spring 1915
Pte Greer and Pte Hamilton, in uniform, with signal flags, at Renney.

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MIA 2/32   July 1915
H. Butler, Royal Field Artillery, in uniform, with stick, at Peebles, on the hill.

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MIA 2/33   Summer 1916
4th Highland Light Infantry signallers, in various dress, on the beach at Haddington.

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MIA 2/34   Summer 1915
4th Battalion Highland Light Infantry signal section, in uniform, with flags, lamps, bicycles, cable, semaphores, at Haddington, outside the house, officers: H.W. Clark, AAM-G, A. Frazer.

Original: MIP PH 4/18.
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MIA 2/35   July 1915
AAM-G, in uniform with book and stick, lying on a hillside, at Peebles.

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MIA 2/36   July 1915
4th Highland Light Infantry officers, in uniform with sticks, outside a house: W.W. Roger, S.C. Ferguson, J.M. Ross, N.A. Turner Smith, H.E. Hastie, ?, L.G. Burleigh, E.G. Taylor, M.J. Gibbs, J.G. Dickson, J. Trotter, G.L. Davidson, J.M.M. Laing, H.S. Aston, F.S. Hastie, H.T. Gibson Craig, L.A. Judd, G.A. Macdermott, A. Graham, W.S. Wynne, M.A.C. Hunter, A.H. Russell, C.S. Hancock, H.L. Stone, A. Gillon, A.W. Jones, W.C. Leckie Ewing, W.B. Rankin, A.L.B. Ingle, R.C.V.N. Donnithorne, ?, ?, M. Mackinnon, W.M.D.S. Strettell.

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MIA 2/37   [c.1915]
H.T.B. Boshell, in uniform, standing in a garden.

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MIA 2/38   [c.1914]
View from [Durham castle keep] of boats racing on the Wear, crowds on Elvet bridge.

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MIA 2/39   [c.1914]
Cast of a play in a room.

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MIA 2/40   [c.1917]
Four officers, in uniform and tin hats, in a room, including AAM-G.

Another copy: MIA 2/49 below.
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MIA 2/41   [c.1915]
AAM-G, in uniform, standing behind a chair in a garden, house behind.

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MIA 2/42   [c.1915]
5 officers, in uniform, 1 on a motorbike, outside wooden huts.

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MIA 2/43   Summer 1917
2nd Highland Light Infantry pipes and drums, in kilts and tam'oshanters, at Beuvry (France), identified: Cpl Goodwin, D.M. Murray Lyon, Pipe Major Young, Dmr Johnston, Pipe Sgt Johnston.

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MIA 2/44   [c.1915]
Two soldiers in uniform lying down, ?asleep, in a field, beside a bottle.

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MIA 2/45   [c.1915]
Two soldiers in uniform lying on a lawn by a bench [at Haddington].

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MIA 2/46   [c.1915]
Three [4th Highland Light Infantry] officers with canes sitting on a bench [?on a railway platform].

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MIA 2/47   [c.1919]
Four officers, in uniform and tin hats, in a room (as in 40 above).

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MIA 2/48   January 1919
2nd Seaforth Highlanders C Company, in kilts and tam'oshanters, with pipes and drum, at Binche, in front of a heavily porticoed building, including: Clark, McAndrew, Lowie, Scott, Davidson, Finn, Wood, Mallinson, Jones, LCpl MacDonald, Cpl MacDonald, Sgt Collins, Sgt Coles, A.F. Sanderson, C.E. Fordyce, D.M. Munro, AAM-G, C.E.T. Cooper, J. McIntyre, A.W. Airie, J.M. Parry, CQMS Rose, Sgt McLeod, Sgt McAuley, Sgt MacDonald, Sgt Johnston, Pipe Cpl McKay, Piper Stell, Pipe McKay, LCpl McLean.

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MIA 2/49   [c.1919]
Four officers, in uniform and tin hats, in a room, including AAM-G.

Another copy: MIA 2/40 above.
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MIA 2/50   [January] 1919
2nd Seaforth Highlanders pipers at Binche, outside a building, in kilts and caps, with pipes, including: Cpl McKay, LCpl McLean, Keil McLeod.

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MIA 2/51   January 1919
2nd Seaforth Highlanders drummers at Binche, outside a building, in kilts and caps, with drums, including: Frazer, Bain, Twycross, Maclaurin, Mackenzie, Smith, Swainson.

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MIA 2/52   December 1918
Three 2nd Seaforth Highlanders officers in kilts and caps, at Valenciennes, outside a building: C.E. Fordyce, AAM-G, J.G. Rae.

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MIA 2/53   1919
2nd Seaforth Highlanders C Company officers and serjeants, in kilts and caps/tam'oshanters, at Binche, outside a building: Sgt Collins, Sgt Jamieson, Sgt McAuley, Sgt Macdonald, Sgt Macleod, Sgt Johnston, A.W. Pirie, Sgt Macdonald, Sgt Sutherland, CQMS Rose, RQMS Trimmer, Sgt Coles, J.M. Grant, A.F. Sanderson, J. McIntyre, C.E.T. Cooper, D.M. Munro, AAM-G, J. Smellie, C.E. Fordyce.

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MIA 2/54   December 1918
D. Munro and RQMS Trimmer in uniform outside a building at Valenciennes.

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MIA 2/55   February 1919
2nd Seaforth Highlanders, ceremonial parade in the square at Bince, with the colours borne by D.M.W. Smith and J.M. Grant, kilts, tam'oshanters, rifles and webbing, at the attention.

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MIA 2/56   February 1919
2nd Seaforth Highlanders, ceremonial parade in the square at Bince, in kilts, tam'oshanters, rifles and webbing, with the colour party marching off with the colours borne by D.M.W. Smith and J.M. Grant.

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MIA 2/57   February 1919
2nd Seaforth Highlanders, J.G. Rae and J. Stirling and another outside at Valenciennes.

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MIA 2/58   February 1919
2nd Seaforth Highlanders, ceremonial parade in the square at Bince, with the colours borne by D.M.W. Smith and J.M. Grant, kilts, tam'oshanters, rifles and webbing, at the attention with arms sloped.

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MIA 2/59   February 1919
2nd Seaforth Highlanders, A Company HQ at Valenciennes, 4 soldiers sitting on a bench.

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MIA 2/60   1919
2nd Seaforth Highlanders, “Route March Binche”, soldiers marching followed by pipers, crowds watching with a little boy with a case walking.

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MIA 2/61   1919
2nd Seaforth Highlanders, “Route March Binche”, band marching, tubas leading, crowds watching.

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MIA 2/62   [?1919]
[?Binche] crowd in a square.

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MIA 2/63   1919
4th Division ceremonial parade at Binche, dignitaries lined up outside [taking the salute}: Capt R. Smith, Brig-Gen Sykes, Brig-Gen J. Green, Col Johnson, Maj Burr, Maj-Gen Lucas, Lt-Col Gwynne, Burgomaster.

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MIA 2/64   [?1919]
Six soldiers standing in front of a wall.

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MIA 2/65   February 1919
2nd Seaforth Highlanders, lightweight tug-of-war team, 10 in sports kit, 2 in uniform, outside, with a trophy, at Binche.

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MIA 2/66   February 1919
2nd Seaforth Highlanders, heavyweight tug-of-war team, 10 in sports kit, 3 in uniform, outside, with a trophy, at Binche.

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MIA 2/67   [?1919]
Long ?barracks type building [at Binche].

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MIA 2/68   February 1919
2nd Seaforth Highlanders practising for the Divisional tug-of-war, watched by some soldiers and locals, at Binche.

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MIA 2/69   [?1919]
An [?HLI] officer teasing a deer with his swagger stick.

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MIA 2/70   [?1919]
A [Belgian] church, belfry and steeple.

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MIA 2/71   [?1919]
A [Belgian] farmhouse.

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MIA 2/72   [?1919]
A line of German prisoners of war outside a ?cookhouse in a [Belgian] farmyard.

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MIA 2/73   [?1919]
A group of German prisoners of war standing around a pile of wood in a [Belgian] farmyard.

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MIA 2/74   [?1919]
Group of 5 German officers, outside.

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MIA 2/75   [?1919]
A [German] cemetery in [Belgium], small wooden chapel.

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MIA 2/76   [?1919]
Three German prionsers of war, sitting relaxed on a field bank.

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MIA 2/77   [?1919]
Six German officers/NCOs standing outside a building.

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MIA 2/78   [?1919]
Interior of a [Belgian] church damaged by shellfire.

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MIA 2/79   [?1919]
Three men sitting at a table in outlandish dress, ?actors.

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MIA 2/80   [?1919]
Two German soldiers standing in a cemetery.

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MIA 2/81   [?1919]
German grave of Pioneer Arthur Busbas, born 10 June 1897, killed 17 March 1918, Pioneer Battalion 3/37, wooden cross.

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MIA 2/82   [?1919]
Two [?Belgian] officers, with cigars, standing outside.

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MIA 2/83   [?1919]
German prisoners of war with a steam engine, by a shed, with piles of rubble and brush.

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MIA 2/84   [?1919]
German prisoners of war with two large tractors and a bicycle in a street.

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MIA 2/85   1920
University College Senate crew rowing towards Elvet Bridge.

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MIA 2/86   1920
University College Senate crew rowing, overhead: C.E.V. Owen, L.C.K. Wyatt, J.E. Whincup, E.S. Ragg, J.L.C. Horstead.

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MIA 2/87   1920
University College Senate crew rowing.

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MIA 2/88   1920
University College Senate crew rowing towards Elvet Bridge.

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MIA 2/89   1920
University College Senate crew lifting the boat out of the water at the boathouse.

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MIA 2/90   1920
University College Senate crew rowing along Elvet.

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MIA 2/91   March 1920
Unversity College Senate and Graduates crews rowing through Elvet Bridge.

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MIA 2/92   1920
University College Senate crew rowing along the Banks.

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MIA 2/93   1920
University College Graduates crew rowing.

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MIA 2/94   1920
University College Graduates A crew rowing past St Hild allotments: H.L. Fenn, H.M. Wardle, W. Purdon, A.H. Waton, S.E. Crouch.

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MIA 2/95   March 1920
AAM-G as rowing coach in shorts and blazer on the towpath with bicycle.

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MIA 2/96   1920
St Chad's Senate crew rowing past St Hild's: C.M. Armitage, J.N. Ellwood, S.G. Caulton, G.R. Herbert, A.H. Norris.

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MIA 2/97   [1920]
A four rowing along the racecourse.

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MIA 2/98   1920
University College Graduates crew rowing past St Hilds allotments.

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MIA 2/99   [1920]
Two fours rowing past the racecourse.

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MIA 2/100   1920
St John's Graduates crew rowing along the Banks.

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MIA 2/101   1920
St John's Senate crew, overhead: H.Y. Ganderton, S.P. Johnson, W.B. Farrer, E.B. Rhodes, A.J. Kelland.

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MIA 2/102   1920
St John's Graduates crew rowing along the Banks.

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MIA 2/103   1920
St John's College Senate crew rowing along the raceourse.

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MIA 2/104   1920
St John's College Senate crew rowing along the Banks.

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MIA 2/105   1920
St John's College Senate crew rowing along the Banks.

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MIA 2/106   March 1920
H.Y. Ganderton (navy in WW1), as coach, in blazer and trousers, with megaphone and bicycle, on the river bank near Baths Bridge.

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MIA 2/107   1920
St John's College Senate crew rowing towards Baths Bridge.

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MIA 2/108   March 1920
A.J. Kelland, in rowing blazer and shorts, standing by the boathouse, with another behind.

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MIA 2/109   1920
St John's College Senate crew rowing along the Banks.

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MIA 2/110   1920
St John's College Senate crew at the dockside.

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MIA 2/111   1920
St John's College Senate crew rowing towards St Cuthbert's boathouse.

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MIA 2/112   1920
St Chad's College racing Armstrong College in the Senate, along the raceourse.

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MIA 2/113   1920
Hatfield College racing St John's College in the Senate, along the racecourse.

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MIA 2/114   1920
St Chad's College racing St John's College in the Senate, along the racecourse.

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MIA 2/115   1920
University College racing St Chad's College in the Senate, along the racecourse.

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MIA 2/116   1920
University College Senate crew rowing along the racecourse.

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MIA 2/117   1920
University College racing St Chad's College in the Graduates, along the racecourse.

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MIA 2/118   1920
St John's College racing Armstrong College in the Graduates, along the racecourse.

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MIA 2/119   1920
Armstrong College racing University College in the Graduates, along the racecourse.

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MIA 2/120   March 1920
A four easied on the river: H.Y. Ganderton, L.C.K. Wyatt, J.E. Whincup, J.E. Ellwood, S.G. Caulton.

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MIA 2/121   March 1920
A Durham School crew rowing through Elvet Bridge.

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MIA 2/122   March 1920
A four by the dock: H.Y. Ganderton, L.C.K. Wyatt, J.E. Whincup, J.E. Ellwood, S.G. Caulton, with W.D. Lowe on the dockside with megaphone.

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MIA 2/123   March 1920
Oxford University doing a racing start from a stakeboat on the Thames.

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MIA 2/124   [March 1920]
[Oxford University racing Cambridge University], just started.

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MIA 2/125   March 1920
Oxford University doing a racing start on the Thames.

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MIA 2/126   [March 1920]
[Cambridge University] rowing on the Thames.

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MIA 2/127   [March 1920
[Cambridge University] rowing against [Oxford University] on the Thames.

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MIA 2/128   June 1920
Durham University crew rowing along the racecourse, cathedral beyond.

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MIA 2/129   June 1920
Durham University crew rowing, overhead.

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MIA 2/130   June 1920
Durham University crew rowing towards Baths Bridge.

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MIA 2/131   June 1920
Durham University crew at the catch near Prebends Bridge, rowing boat beyond.

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MIA 2/132   June 1920
Carrying their boat on the dockside: W.D. Lowe, J.E. Whincup, L.C.K. Wyatt, D.H.S. Mould, S.G. Caulton, J.E. Ellwood.

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MIA 2/133   June 1920
Durham University crew rowing along the Banks.

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MIA 2/134   June 1920
Durham University crew easied along the Banks.

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MIA 2/135   June 1920
Durham University crew rowing along the Banks: H.Y. Ganderton, J.E. Ellwood, S.G. Caulton, L.C.K. Wyatt, J.E. Whincup.

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MIA 2/136   June 1920
Durham University crew rowing along the Banks.

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MIA 2/137   June 1920
Durham University 2nd crew rowing past Elvet, sculler ahead.

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MIA 2/138   June 1920
Durham University 2nd crew overhead: E.S. Ragg, W.B. Griffen, W.B. Farrar, S.P. Johnson, C.E.V. Owen.

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MIA 2/139   June 1920
Durham University 2nd crew rowing along Elvet.

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MIA 2/140   June 1920
L.C.K. Wyatt sculling towards Elvet Bridge.

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MIA 2/141   June 1920
W. Watts doing the high jump [at the Athletics Sports], two officials and crowd beyond

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MIA 2/142   June 1920
L.C.K. Wyatt sculling.

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MIA 2/143   June 1920
AAM-G and L.C.K. Wyatt with dog sitting in rowing kit on the bank.

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MIA 2/144   June 1920
W.D. Lowe and L.C.K. Wyatt pulling/pushing a punt up a river.

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MIA 2/145   June 1920
L.C.K. Wyatt and W.D. Lowe lying on the riverbank with picnic basket.

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MIA 2/146   June 1920
Edinburgh University 1st crew rowing towards Elvet Bridge.

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MIA 2/147   June 1920
Edinburgh University 2nd crew leading Durham University 2nd crew, crowd on the racecourse bank.

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MIA 2/148   [June 1920]
Edinburgh University four rowing along the Banks: C.E.V. Horne, J.S. McBeth, J.M. McCruchen, R.T.F. Grace, A.M.M..

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MIA 2/149   June 1920
Edinburgh University 1st crew rowing past the Swimming Baths.

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MIA 2/150   [?1920]
[?Oxford University rowing on the Thames].

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MIA 2/151   June 1920
Durham University 1st and 2nd crews racing along the Banks.

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MIA 2/152   [July 1920]
Two eights racing at Henley in the rain.

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MIA 2/153   June 1920
Durham Regatta, Grand Challenge Cup, Durham University v Durham City II on the stakeboats.

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MIA 2/154   June 1920
Durham Regatta, Corporation Cup, Durham University II v Tynemouth BC, just started.

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MIA 2/155   June 1920
Durham Regatta, Grand Challenge Cup, Durham University leading Durham City II off the start, another four waiting by the bank.

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MIA 2/156   June 1920
Durham Regatta, Grand Challenge Cup, Durham School v Durham City, just starting.

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MIA 2/157   [1920]
An eight rowing [?on the Thames] with a four ahead.

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MIA 2/158   June 1920
Durham Regatta, Grand Challenge Cup final, Durham School leading Durham City II.

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MIA 2/159   June 1920
Durham Regatta, Lady Anne Lambton Plate, Tees BC leading Durham School II.

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MIA 2/160   [July 1920]
Two eights racing at Henley in the rain.

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MIA 2/161   June 1920
Durham Regatta, Wharton Challenge Cup, Durham School leading Durham City.

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MIA 2/162   [July 1920]
Henley, eights racing past the enclosure.

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MIA 2/163   [July 1920]
Henley, Merton College Oxford v Eton College eights racing past the enclosure.

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MIA 2/164   [July 1920]
Henley, Diamonds sculls racing past the enclosure.

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MIA 2/165   [July 1920]
Henley, coxless fours racing past the enclosure.

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MIA 2/166   July 1920
Durham University OTC, Scarborough camp, formal group in uniform, including AAM-G, tents and castle behind.

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MIA 2/167   June 1920
Durham Regatta, Mayors Plate, Durham University IIIb v Tyne ARC, just started.

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MIA 2/168   June 1920
Durham Regatta, Mayors Plate, Durham University IIIa v Bede II, just started.

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MIA 2/169   June 1920
Durham Regatta, Lady Anne Lambton Plate, final, Tees BC leading Bede, just started.

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MIA 2/170   [June 1920]
[Durham University and Edinburgh University 1st] crews and coaches, in whites, blazers and scarves, at Durham Castle, by John R. Edis: W.D. Lowe, J.E. Whincup, I.E. McCracken, R.T.F. Jones, S.G. Caulton, G.R. Armstrong, J.E. Ellwood, A.M. MacLachlainn, L.C.K. Wyatt, J.S. McBeth, C.E.V. Horne, H.V. Ganderton.

Another copy: UND/F4/FB1920.
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MIA 2/171   [June 1920]
[Durham University and Edinburgh University 2nd] crews and coaches, in whites, blazers and scarves, at Durham Castle, by John R. Edis: AAM-G, A.M. Duff, W.B. Farrer, E.S. Ragg, Ogilvie, G.R. Armstrong, G.B. Griffin, Leekie, Johnson, L.C.L. Avehill, C.E.V. Owen, L.G. Blair.

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MIA 2/172   June 1919
University College group, on the Castle Great Hall steps, some in circket whites, boots and blazers, others in suits/jackets, by John R. Edis, including AAM-G.

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MIA 2/173   [?June 1919]
Durham University 1st IV rowing past the racecourse, sculler beyond.

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MIA 2/174   [June] 1919
Edinburgh University 1st and 2nd crews, in front of the cathedral north door, in rowing kit and blazers: H.W. Burne (2), W. Davison (1), L.C. Averill, R.T.F. Grace (2), , A.M. McLachlainn (1), R.W.P. Hall, G.W. Spragg (2), J.S. McBeth (1), J.R.P. Sclater (coach), G.R.A. Armstrong (1), C.E.V. Horne (2), C.E.V. Owen (1).

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MIA 2/175   [?1919]
Durham castle keep and Tunstal chapel, from the courtyard.

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MIA 2/176   [?1919]
?Finchale priory.

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MIA 2/177   Summer 1919
Ypres Road at Gheluvelt, with a British ?MkV tank beside it with a soldier standing on top.

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MIA 2/178   Summer 1919
Ypres cloth hall, one end wall.

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MIA 2/179   Summer 1919
Ostend, the mole with HMS Vindictive sunk alongside [in the raid of 10 May 1918].

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MIA 2/180   [December] 1920
University College 1st Trials Fours crew rowing along the Banks.

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MIA 2/181   [December] 1920
University College 1st Trials Fours crew rowing along Elvet.

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MIA 2/182   [December] 1920
University College 1st Trials Fours crew rowing along the racecourse.

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MIA 2/183   [December] 1920
St John's College 1st Trials Fours crew rowing along the racecourse.

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MIA 2/184   [December] 1920
Trials Fours, St John's College racing Armstrong College along the racecourse.

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MIA 2/185   [December] 1920
Trials Fours, St Chad's College racing Armstrong College along the racecourse.

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MIA 2/186   [December] 1920
Armstrong College pair rowing past the allotments.

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MIA 2/187   [December] 1920
Pairs, St Chad's College racing Armstrong College along the racecourse.

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MIA 2/188   [December] 1920
President's Sculls, E.S. Ragg, University College, sculling past the allotments.

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MIA 2/189   [December] 1920
President's Sculls, G.R. Herbert, St Chad's College, sculling past the allotments.

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MIA 2/190   [December] 1920
President's Sculls, E.S. Ragg, University College, sculling, overhead.

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MIA 2/191   [December] 1920
President's Sculls, E.S. Ragg racing G.R. Herbert, just started, crowd runing along the bank.

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MIA 2/192   [March] 1921
University College Senate crew rowing to the start.

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MIA 2/193   [March] 1921
University College Senate crew rowing past the Pink Mill: G. Rayner, E.S. Ragg, J.E. Whincup, L.L. Knightall, R.F.L. Gulliver.

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MIA 2/194   [March] 1921
University College Senate crew rowing.

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MIA 2/195   [March] 1921
University College Senate crew rowing.

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MIA 2/196   [March] 1921
Senate, St John's College racing University College, just started.

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MIA 2/197   [March] 1921
University College Senate crew rowing past the racecourse.

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MIA 2/198   March 1921
University College Senate and Graduates crews starting along the Banks.

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MIA 2/199   [March] 1921
St John's College Senate crew rowing.

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MIA 2/200   March 1921
University College Senate and Graduates crews starting along the Banks, St Oswald's church above.

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MIA 2/201   [March] 1921
Graduates, Armstrong College A racing University College through Elvet Bridge.

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MIA 2/202   [March] 1921
University College Graduates crew rowing.

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MIA 2/203   [March] 1921
Graduates, Armstrong College A racing University College along the racecourse.

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MIA 2/204   [March] 1921
University College Graduates crew rowing along the Banks, St Oswald's church above.

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MIA 2/205   [March] 1921
University College Graduates crew rowing, overhead

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MIA 2/206   [March] 1921
University College Graduates crew rowing towards Prebends Bridge.

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MIA 2/207   [March] 1921
University College Graduates crew rowing past St Cuthbert's boathouse: S.S. Thistlewood, R.R. Hedley, W. Purdon, M.S. Galley, T.F. Hayward.

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MIA 2/208   [March] 1921
Senate, Armstrong College racing St Chad's College beyond Baths Bridge.

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MIA 2/209   [March] 1921
Senate, Armstrong College racing St Chad's College, just started.

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MIA 2/210   [March] 1921
St Chad's College Senate crew rowing, overhead: C.M. Armitage, S.G. Caulton, J.B. Griffin, F.D. Bunt, A.H. Norris.

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MIA 2/211   [March] 1921
St Chad's College Senate crew rowing towards the start.

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MIA 2/212   [March] 1921
Senate, Armstrong College v Hatfield College, coming through Elvet Bridge.

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MIA 2/213   [March] 1921
Senate, Armstrong College v Hatfield College, rowing past the racecourse.

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MIA 2/214   [March] 1921
Hatfield College Senate crew rowing along the Banks: M.R. Hull, L.F. Gent, A.P. Stockdale, J.C.E. Wren, C.D. Ward-Davies.

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MIA 2/215   [March] 1921
Armstrong College Senate crew rowing past the racecourse: E. Mordue, H. Horne, W. Myhre, R.M. Hill, A. Stuart.

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MIA 2/216   [March] 1921
Senate, Armstrong College v St John's College, rowing along the racecourse.

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MIA 2/217   [March] 1921
Senate, Armstrong College v St John's College, rowing towards Elvet bridge.

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MIA 2/218   [March] 1921
St John's College Senate crew rowing past the racecourse: R.C. Evans, W. Roberts, W.B. Farrer, E.B. Rhodes, H.J. Peacock.

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MIA 2/219   [March] 1921
Armstrong College Senate crew rowing along the racecourse.

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MIA 2/220   [March] 1921
St John's College Senate crew rowing along the Banks.

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MIA 2/221   [March] 1921
St John's College Senate crew rowing along the Banks.

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MIA 2/222   [March] 1921
St John's College Senate crew rowing along the Banks.

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MIA 2/223   [March] 1921
St John's College Senate crew rowing along the Banks.

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MIA 2/224   [March] 1921
St John's College Senate crew rowing.

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MIA 2/225   [March 1921]
Distant view along the Wear towards Elvet Bridge, gardens at the base of the Banks.

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MIA 2/226   [March] 1921
Graduates, Armstrong College B v St Chad's College, rowing past the racecourse.

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MIA 2/227   [March] 1921
Graduates, Armstrong College A v St John's College, just started.

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MIA 2/228   [March] 1921
Graduates, Armstrong College A v St John's College, just started, crowd on the bank.

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MIA 2/229   [March] 1921
Graduates final, Armstrong College B v Armstrong College A, rowing past the racecourse.

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MIA 2/230   [March] 1921
Graduates final, Armstrong College B v Armstrong College A, rowing past Elvet.

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MIA 2/231   March 1921
Cambridge University rowing in the Boat Race, from above.

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MIA 2/232   March 1921
Oxford University rowing in the Boat Race, from above.

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MIA 2/233   March 1921
Boat Race, Cambridge University leading Oxford University towards Hammersmith Bridge, following launches beyond.

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MIA 2/234   June 1921
Durham University 1st IV rowing, from above.

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MIA 2/235   June 1921
Durham University 1st IV rowing along the Banks.

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MIA 2/236   June 1921
Durham University 1st IV rowing along the Banks.

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MIA 2/237   June 1921
Durham University 1st IV at the dockside at University College boathouse: J.E. Whincup, W. Myrhe, W.B. Farrer, S.G. Caulton, C.M. Armitage.

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MIA 2/238   [June 1921]
Durham University 1st IV rowing.

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MIA 2/239   June 1921
Durham University 1st IV rowing along the Banks.

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MIA 2/240   [June 1921]
Durham University 1st IV rowing past Elvet, sculler beyond.

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MIA 2/241   [June 1921]
Durham University 2nd IV rowing.

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MIA 2/242   June 1921
Durham University 2nd IV rowing along the Banks.

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MIA 2/243   [June 1921]
Durham University 2nd IV rowing, from above.

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MIA 2/244   [June] 1921
Durham Regatta, fours racing, Baths Bridge beyond.

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MIA 2/245   [June] 1921
Durham Regatta, fours racing along the allotments, crowd on the bank.

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MIA 2/246   June 1921
Durham University 2nd IV from above.

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MIA 2/247   June 1921
Durham University 2nd IV leading Edinburgh University 2nd IV along the racecourse.

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MIA 2/248   June 1921
Durham University 2nd IV rowing, from above: R.F.L. Sullivan, E.B. Rhodes, A.P. Stockdale, E.S. Ragg, K.C.A. Kemp.

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MIA 2/249   [June 1921]
Durham School four rowing towards Prebends Bridge.

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MIA 2/250   [June] 1921
Durham School four rowing, from above: H.C. Ellershaw, A. Sladden, E.J. Evendell, D.H. Sanderson, O.B. Arnold.

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MIA 2/251   [June] 1921
Durham School four rowing along the racecourse.

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MIA 2/252   [June 1921]
[Durham Regatta, Durham] School IIIa (Thomas) four and another four rowing, just started, spectators beyond.

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MIA 2/253   June 1921
Coxless four rowing along the Banks: W.D. Lowe, R.H.J. Poole, R. Jones, A.M. Hutchinson.

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MIA 2/254   [June 1921]
[Durham Regatta], two fours just started.

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MIA 2/255   [June 1921]
N. Ciclitira, Arms[trong College] sculling along the racecourse.

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MIA 2/256   [June 1921]
Sculler along the Banks.

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MIA 2/257   [June 1921]
[Durham Regatta], two fours rowing past the allotments.

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MIA 2/258   [March] 1921
N. Ciclitira, Armstrong College, sculling against E.S. Ragg, University College, in the Gabbetts Cup.

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MIA 2/259   [1921]
Durham Regatta, Durham Univeristy 2nd IV v [Durham] City four, just started, in the Grand Challenge Cup.

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MIA 2/260   [1921]
Durham Regatta, two fours just started, another four beyond, spectators on the bank.

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MIA 2/261   [1921]
Durham Regatta, two fours just started, spectators on the bank.

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MIA 2/262   [1921]
Durham Regatta, two fours just started, spectators on the bank.

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MIA 2/263   [1921]
Corporation Challenge Cup, Wharton Challenge Cup and Grand Challenge Cup on display for Durham Regatta.

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MIA 2/264   1921
Durham Regatta, [Durham] School four rowing against Tyne Boat Club four, just started, in the Grand Challenge Cup, spectators beyond.

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MIA 2/265   [1921]
Durham Regatta, Edinburgh University four rowing against Tyne Boat Club four, from above, in the Grand Challenge Cup.

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MIA 2/266   [1921]
Durham Regatta, Edinburgh University four rowing against Middlesbrough Boat Club four, just started.

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MIA 2/267   [1921]
Henley Regatta, Leander coxless four rowing.

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MIA 2/268   [1921]
Henley Regatta, Leander coxless four rowing.

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MIA 2/269   [1921]
Henley Regatta, coxless fours, Leander racing Magdalen [College Oxford].

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MIA 2/270   [1921]
Henley Regatta, Leander eight rowing, two marquees and spectators beyond.

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MIA 2/271   [1921]
Henley Regatta, eights, Leander racing Jesus [College ?Oxford] eight, past Fawley Meadows.

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MIA 2/272   [1921]
Henley Regatta, Leander eight rowing towards finish line, viewing stand and spectators watching from the stewards' enclosure.

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MIA 2/273   [1921[
Henley Regatta, Leander coxless four rowing, spectators watching from punts and the bank.

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MIA 2/274   [1921]
Henley Regatta, Leander eight rowing.

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MIA 2/275   [1921]
Henley Regatta, eights, Leander v. Holland.

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MIA 2/276   [1921]
Henley Regatta, Grand, Magdalen [College Oxford] eight rowing, viewing stand, spectators, and stewards' enclosure beyond.

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MIA 2/277   [1921]
Henley Regatta, Grand, Magdalen [College Oxford] eight rowing, viewing stand and spectators in stewards' enclosure beyond.

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MIA 2/278   [1921]
Henley Regatta, Grand, Holland eight rowing, viewing stand and stewards' enclosure beyond.

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MIA 2/279   [1921]
Henley Regatta, Grand, Jesus [College ?Oxford] racing Magdalen [College Oxford] along Fawley Meadows.

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MIA 2/280   [1921]
Henley Regatta, Grand, Magdalen [College Oxford] racing New [College Oxford], along Fawley Meadows.

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MIA 2/281   [1921]
Henley Regatta, Grand, Magdalen [College Oxford] rowing along Fawley Meadows.

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MIA 2/282   [1921]
Henley Regatta, Grand, Jesus [College ?Oxford] rowing along Fawley Meadows.

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MIA 2/283   [1921]
Henley Regatta, Grand, Jesus [College ?Oxford] rowing past the Stewards' Enclosure.

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MIA 2/284   [1921]
Henley Regatta, Ladies Plate, Eton racing Sidney [Sussex College Cambridge] along Fawley Meadow.

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MIA 2/285   [1921]
Henley Regatta, Ladies Plate, Eton racing Pembroke [College ?Oxford/Cambridge] along Fawley Meadow.

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MIA 2/286   [1921]
Henley Regatta, Ladies Plate, Eton racing Lady Margaret Boat Club [Cambridge] along Fawley Meadow.

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MIA 2/287   [1921]
Henley Regatta, Ladies Plate, Eton eight rowing, crowds of spectators seated, standing and in boats, along Fawley Meadow.

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MIA 2/288   [1921]
Henley Regatta, Ladies Plate, Eton racing Trinity Hall [Cambridge] along Fawley Meadow.

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MIA 2/289   [1921]
Henley Regatta, Ladies Plate, Bedford Modern racing Lady Margaret Boat Club [Cambridge] along Fawley Meadow.

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MIA 2/290   [1921]
Henley Regatta, Ladies Plate, Radley College racing Shrewsbury School along Fawley Meadow.

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MIA 2/291   [1921]
Henley Regatta, Ladies Plate, Shrewsbury School racing Bedford Modern along Fawley Meadow.

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MIA 2/292   [1921]
Henley Regatta, coxless fours, Christiana racing Lady Margaret Boat Club [Cambridge], along Fawley Meadow.

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MIA 2/293   [1921]
Henley Regatta, coxless fours, Leander racing Magdalen [College Oxford] II, along Fawley Meadow, spectators in boats.

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MIA 2/294   [1921]
Henley Regatta, eights, ?Norwan racing ?, along Fawley Meadow.

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MIA 2/295   [1921]
Henley Regatta, eights, Trinity College Oxford rowing towards the start.

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MIA 2/296   [1921]
Henley Regatta, eights, Corpus [Christi College ?Oxford] racing ?Rolclub along Fawley Meadow.

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MIA 2/297   [1921]
Henley Regatta, Diamond Sculls, Van Ruhen racing ?, along Fawley Meadow.

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MIA 2/298   [1921]
Henley Regatta, eights, Thames racing New [College Oxford], along Fawley Meadow.

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MIA 2/299   [1921]
Henley Regatta, Silver Goblets pairs, Jesus [College ?Oxford] racing Magdalen [College Oxford] II along Fawley Meadow, spectators along the Bank.

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MIA 2/300   [1921]
[Durham University and Edinburgh University 1st] crews and coaches, in whites, blazers and scarves, against Durham Castle: R.C. Bucknall, W.D. Lowe, A.M. MacLachlainn, W. Myhre, L.C.L. Averill, J.E. Whincup, R. McNeill, W.B. Farrer, R.T.F. Grace, S.G. Caulton, J.S. McBeth, C.E.V. Horne and C.M. Armitage with dog.

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MIA 2/301   [1921]
[Durham University and Edinburgh University 2nd] crews and coaches, in whites, blazers and scarves, against Durham Castle: AAM-G, E.B. Rhodes, W.H. Ling, R.F.L. Gulliver, R.M. Gowie, [R. McNeill,] A.P. Stockdale, A.D. Smith, E.S. Ragg, H. McCrae, A.T. Johnstone and K.C.A. Kemp.

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MIA 2/302   June 1922
Durham University and Edinburgh University [1st] crews and coaches, in whites, blazers and scarves, against Durham Castle: A.M. MacLachlainn (coach), L.F. Gent (Hatfield) str., J.B. Rolt (Edinburgh) bow, R.F.L. Gulliver (University) bow, J.S. McBeth (Edinburgh) str., AAM-G, R.T.F. Grace (Edinburgh) 3, W.B. Farrer (St John's) Pres. 3, J.E. McCracken (Edinburgh) Pres. 2, S.G. Caulton (St Chad's) 2, C.E.V. Horne (Edinburgh) cox, C.K.A.Kemp (St Chad's) cox.

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MIA 2/303   June 1922
Durham University and Edinburgh University 2nd crews and coaches in whites, blazers and scarves, against Durham Castle: A.M. MacLachlainn, A.C. Brotherton (Edinburgh) 2, A.P. Stockdale (Hatfield) bow, W.B. Macdonald (Edinburgh) bow, J.N. Ellwood (St Chad's) 2, AAM-G, E.B. Rhodes (St John's) 3, O.J.S. Macdonald (Edinburgh) str., E.S. Ragg (University) str., J.H. Ogilvie (Edinburgh) 3, C.E.V. Owen (University) cox, H.W. Johnson (Edinburgh) cox.

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MIA 2/304   1922
Durham Regatta, City Plate, coxed fours, Tyne racing Durham University II, just started, two other fours beyond waiting.

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MIA 2/305   1922
Group at [OTC] Camp Sports, Fleetwood, taken from rear, some of group in shorts and figure to left in kilt and cap.

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MIA 2/306   1922
Durham Regatta, Grand, coxed fours, [Durham] School racing Tyne, just started.

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MIA 2/307   1922
[OTC] Camp at Fleetwood, pitched tents and figures walking in distance, two individuals lying in the grass next hit.

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MIA 2/308   1922
Pitched tents in field at Fleetwood [OTC] Camp.

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MIA 2/309   [1922]
Durham University 2nd IV rowing, from above.

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MIA 2/310   June 1922
Durham University [1st] four rowing along the Banks.

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MIA 2/311   1922
Durham Regatta, Wharton, coxed fours, [Durham] School racing [Durham] City, just started.

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MIA 2/312   June 1922
Durham University 1st IV rowing towards Prebends Bridge.

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MIA 2/313   1922
Race commencing at [OTC] Camp Sports at Fleetwood, race steward with starting gun in hand.

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MIA 2/314   June 1922
[Durham] School fours, first and second crews rowing along Elvet.

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MIA 2/315   1922
[OTC Camp] Fleetwood, Harpur, in blazer and R.D. Hunter in jacket and cap at [prize table?], pitched tents in background.

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MIA 2/316   June 1922
Durham University 1st IV rowing along the Banks.

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MIA 2/317   1922
Durham University [1st] IV rowing, from above.

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MIA 2/318   June 1922
Edinburgh University four rowing towards Baths Bridge.

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MIA 2/319   1922
[OTC] Camp, Galley, Coatham, Hedley, Ragg, C.E.V. [Owen], in full uniform and caps, seated outside a tent.

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MIA 2/320   [1922]
AAM-G., in full [Seaforth Highlanders] regimental uniform; kilt, cap and jacket with tent in background.

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MIA 2/321   1922
[OTC] Camp, Bunt, Gulliver, McNabb, Westall, Moore, C.E.V. [Owen], Galley, Coatham seated, Sheilick lying, in caps and full regimental uniform.

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MIA 2/322   1921
OTC Camp at Gailes, Scotland, officers in full regimental uniform and canes, large tent behind.

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MIA 2/323   1922
[OTC] Camp, soldiers standing in front of trunks with their kit, pitched tents.

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MIA 2/324   [1922]
Eight rowing on the Wear: Hayward, [Roretead], , Ragg, Purdon, Hedley, Whincup, Rayner.

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MIA 2/325   June 1922
Eight at the dockside: Gulliver, Caulton, Farrer, AAM-G, Mould, Ellwood, Stockdale, Gent.

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MIA 2/326   [1922]
Lowering a four into the Wear: Kemp, Ragg, Stockdale, Rhodes, Gulliver.

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MIA 2/327   8 May 1922
W.D. Lowe in suit and hat at the long jump at Colleges Sports.

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MIA 2/328   1922
Durham University OTC, Fleetwood, in shorts, whites or swimming gear, tents beyond.

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MIA 2/329   May 1922
Smith in waistcoat and cap carrying a brush at the dockside.

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MIA 2/330    May 1922
R.F.L. Gulliver kneeling with black labrador “Tibbie” on the bank, Fulling Mill beyond.

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MIA 2/331   1922
Durham University OTC, Fleetwood, 7 in bathing suits, sitting in the surf.

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MIA 2/332   1922
Durham University OTC, Fleetwood, dressing after swimming.

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MIA 2/333   [1922]
Durham University OTC Camp, [Senior Division], Fleetwood, in full military uniform with rifles standing to attention.

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MIA 2/334   [1922]
Durham University OTC Camp, [Senior Division], Fleetwood, in full military uniform with rifles standing to attention.

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MIA 2/335   [1922]
Durham University OTC Camp, 5 on training manoeuvres, lying on a bank by a fence, in military uniform with rifles and a Vickers machine gun.

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MIA 2/336   [1922]
Durham University OTC Camp, [Senior Division], Fleetwood, in full military uniform with rifles standing to attention, senior officers with canes observing.

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MIA 2/337   [1922]
Durham University OTC Camp, [Senior Division], Fleetwood, in civilian and military uniform celebrating, some holding branches or mattocks.

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MIA 2/338   [1922]
Durham University OTC Camp, [Senior Division], Fleetwood, in full military uniform with rifles, sitting on a previous hitgrass next hit bank, being instructed in the Vickers machine gun by an NCO.

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MIA 2/339   [1922]
Durham University OTC Camp, [Senior Division], Fleetwood, in full military uniform, sitting on a previous hitgrass next hit bank, being instructed in the Vickers machine gun by an NCO.

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MIA 2/340   [1922]
Durham University OTC Camp, [Senior Division], Fleetwood, in full military uniform with rifles, resting in previous hitgrass next hit at a firing range, being addressed by an officer.

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MIA 2/341   [1922]
Glasgow University OTC Camp, [Senior Division], Fleetwood, in full military uniform (kilts), with rifles, on parade, at ease.

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MIA 2/342   [1922]
Glasgow University OTC Camp, [Senior Division], Fleetwood, in full military uniform, seated, in front of a brick building, with a stretcher.

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MIA 2/343   [1922]
Glasgow University OTC Camp, [Senior Division], Fleetwood, in full military uniform, with rifles, being addressed by an officer.

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MIA 2/344   [1922]
OTC Camp, [Senior Division], Fleetwood, St Andrew's University v. Glasgow University, in kilts, tug-o'-war, pitched tents and buildings in background.

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MIA 2/345   [1922]
St Andrew's University OTC Camp, [Senior Division], Fleetwood, in full military uniform (kilts) with rifles, at ease.

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MIA 2/346   [1922]
St Andrew's University OTC Camp, [Senior Division], Fleetwood, in full military uniform with rifles, standing to attention.

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MIA 2/347   [1922]
St Andrew's University OTC Camp, [Senior Division], Fleetwood, in full military uniform with rifles, seated in front of iron railings.

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MIA 2/348   [1922]
St Andrew's University OTC Camp, [Senior Division], Fleetwood, in full military uniform with rifles, seated in front of iron railings.

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MIA 2/349   [1922]
[Glasgow University OTC Camp, Senior Division, Fleetwood], three soldiers in military uniform (kilts) seated on a 4-wheeled field ambulance drawn by two horses, driver in a cap seated on a horse.

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A.A. Macfarlane Grieve photo album
Reference: MIA 3
Dates of creation: 1922 - 1925
Photographs of rowing at Durham University featuring the annual collegiate races in December and March and the races against Edinburgh university in June, with generally all the crews who entered photographed in action and as groups, also images of the Durham Regatta races in June and the Tideway Oxford/Cambridge boat races, Durham university OTC on its summer camp with other university OTCs, and a summer holiday in Scotland.

MIA 3/1   1922
Cambridge University rowing, at the finish.

MIA 3/2   1922
Oxford University rowing, at the catch.

MIA 3/3   1922
Cambridge University rowing, on the recovery, from above.

MIA 3/4   1922
Oxford University crew carrying their eight down to the river, from behind.

MIA 3/5   1923
E.S. Ragg sculling in a clinker outside University College boat house.

MIA 3/6   May 1923
E.S. Ragg, in whites and blazer, standing on the path up from the boat house, two others and dog beyond.

MIA 3/7   March 1922
Cambridge Lents rowing races, Queen's II eight sunk by the bank, with the detached bow on the bank, another eight passing.

MIA 3/8   February 1923
AAM-G on the bank in the snow with megaphone, in shorts, University College blazer and scarf.

MIA 3/9   [December] 1922
University College Trials Fours B crew, in front of a blocked Castle doorway, in rowing kit and some blazers, by John R. Edis: H.C. Davies, AAM-G, L.L. Knightall, F.E. Lunt, J.W. Duddington, G.A. Hutchison, H.W. Schofield.

MIA 3/10   [December] 1922
University College Challenge Pair, in front of a blocked Castle doorway, in whites and blazers, with a trophy and 3 tankards: AAM-G, J.E. Whincup, R.F.L. Gulliver, C.E.V. Owen.

MIA 3/11   May 1923
Durham University 1st IV rowing along the Banks.

MIA 3/12   May 1923
“Tibbie” black labrador dog on the bank.

MIA 3/13   [March] 1923
Graduates, St Chad's College carrying their boat along the snowy racecourse bank: A.G. Howe, W.A. Cooke, K. Kay, S. Moore, F.B. Archer.

MIA 3/14   [March] 1923
Graduates, Armstrong College crew standing on the bank with blades upstanding, boat at the dock behind: R.R. Sinton, W.D. Aitken, A.J. Clarkson, P. Uldall, C.A. MacEacharn.

MIA 3/15   March 1923
Rugby match in progress, Durham Colleges v [Durham] City II.

MIA 3/16   May 1923
F.R. Hedley, in suit with plus fours, holding a tortoise, standing in the Castle courtyard.

MIA 3/17   March 1923
Rugby match in progress, Durham Colleges v [Durham] City II.

MIA 3/18   May 1923
Durham University 1st IV rowing, from above.

MIA 3/19   [March] 1923
Senate, Armstrong College rowing against Bede College past the allotments, snow.

MIA 3/20   May 1923
[Durham University] eight rowing along the Banks: F.D. Bunt, G.F. Braithwaite, T.F. Hayward, E.S. Ragg, O.N. Gwilliam, J.N. Ellwood, L.F. Gent, C.E.V. Owen.

MIA 3/21   May 1923
[Durham University] eight rowing, from above.

MIA 3/22   May 1923
[Durham University] eight rowing along the Banks.

MIA 3/23   [March] 1923
Senate, University College rowing against St John's College through Baths Bridge, snow.

MIA 3/24   May 1923
Lifting the eight above heads on the dockside.

MIA 3/25   1923
Durham University 1st IV rowing towards Prebends Bridge.

MIA 3/26   1923
Durham University 1st IV rowing along the racecourse, C.E.V. Owen coxing.

MIA 3/27   [1923]
A four rowing away from the dockside, Durham School boathouse beyond: R.F.L. Gulliver, J.N. Ellwood, J.E. Whincup, L.F. Gent, K.C.A. Kemp.

MIA 3/28   May 1923
Durham University 1st IV rowing, from behind, Baths Bridge in the distance.

MIA 3/29   [March] 1923
Senate, Bede College IV pushing off from the dockside, snow: J.C. Swinburne, T. Moody, F.F. Graham, H. Grave, R.C. Palin.

MIA 3/30   June 1923
Durham and Edinburgh universities [1st] crews, in whites, blazers and some scarves, Castle behind: H.C. Bucknall, A.D. Smith (Edinburgh 2), L.F. Gent (Hatfield str), J.E. Whincup (University 3), N.J. Nicholson (Edinburgh str), AAM-G, J.N. Ellwood (St Chad's 2), C.E.V. Horne (Edinburgh), R.F.L. Gulliver (University Pres bow), J.H. Ogilvie (Edinburgh 3), J.B. Holt (Edinburgh Pres cox), C.K.A. Kemp (St Chad's cox).

MIA 3/31   June 1923
Durham University crew rowing past the racecourse.

MIA 3/32   [June] 1923
[Durham Regatta], Edinburgh [University] rowing against Tyne, [from Baths Bridge].

MIA 3/33   June 1923
[Durham Regatta], Durham University 2nd IV rowing, [from Baths Bridge].

MIA 3/34   [June] 1923
[Durham Regatta], Grand, Durham University rowing against Tees, [from Baths Bridge].

MIA 3/35   [June] 1923
[Durham Regatta], City Plate, Tyne rowing against Middlesbrough, [from Baths Bridge].

MIA 3/36   June 1923
Durham University IIb four rowing, from above.

MIA 3/37   June 1923
Edinburgh University four rowing.

MIA 3/38   June 1923
Edinburgh University four rowing along the Banks.

MIA 3/39   June 1923
Edinburgh University four rowing towards Baths Bridge.

MIA 3/40   June 1923
[Durham Regatta], Lowe Bowl, Bede College rowing against [Durham] School II past the allotments, crowd on the bank beyond.

MIA 3/41   [June] 1923
[Durham Regatta], Lowe Bowl, Durham University II rowing against Bede College, [from Baths Bridge].

MIA 3/42   [June] 1923
Durham Regatta, City Plate, Tess rowing against Durham University II, from Elvet Bridge, crowd and hut on the bank.

MIA 3/43   [June] 1923
Durham Regatta, City Plate, Durham University II rowing against Edinburgh [University, from Baths Bridge.]

MIA 3/44   June 1923
Durham University II rowing along Elvet.

MIA 3/45   [June 1923]
[Durham Regatta], Durham University II rowing against Tees, four against the bank, [from Baths Bridge], crowd on the bank.

MIA 3/46   [June 1923]
[Durham Regatta, Durham] School II rowing against Bede College, [from Baths Bridge], crowd on the bank.

MIA 3/47   [June] 1923
[Durham Regatta], Grand, [Durham] School rowing against Middlesbrough, [from Baths Bridge].

MIA 3/48   [June] 1923
Durham Regatta, City Plate, Middlesbrough rowing against Tyne through Elvet Bridge.

MIA 3/49   June 1923
R.H.J. Poole and Ll. Jones rowing in a coxed pair, from above.

MIA 3/50   June 1923
Durham School II rowing along the Banks.

MIA 3/51   June 1923
Durham School II rowing along the Banks.

MIA 3/52   [June] 1923
[Durham Regatta], Corporation, Bede College rowing against Durham University IIb, [from Baths Bridge].

MIA 3/53   1923
AAM-G in shorts, blazer and scarf, with megaphone, standing on the bank.

MIA 3/54   [June] 1923
[Durham Regatta], Lady Herschel, Durham University IIIa rowing aginst Durham University IIIb, four by the bank, [from Baths Bridge].

MIA 3/55   1923
OTC Camp Isle of Man, St Andrews University OTC group in uniform with kilts and maps, standing/sitting at the roadside.
By T.H. Midwood of Ramsey.

MIA 3/56   1923
OTC Camp Isle of Man, Glasgow University OTC group in uniform with kilts and maps, sitting by the roadside being instructed.
By T.H. Midwood of Ramsey.

MIA 3/57   1923
OTC Camp Isle of Man, Glasgow University OTC pipe band marching [along the quay] with railway line.
By T.H. Midwood of Ramsey.

MIA 3/58   1923
OTC Camp Isle of Man, St Andrews University OTC in full uniform marching along a hedged road with the pipes and drums at the head.
By T.H. Midwood of Ramsey.

MIA 3/59   July 1923
OTC Camp Ramsey Isle of Man, Durham University OTC group in uniform (shorts), reading maps by the roadside, including E.P. Pestle, H. Young.
By T.H. Midwood of Ramsey.

MIA 3/60   July 1923
OTC Camp Ramsey Isle of Man, Durham University OTC group in uniform (shorts), reading maps by the roadside, including Phillips, Monty, E. Laidlaw, A.S. Nettleton, N. Copeland, W. Faid, D.M. Brown, Rose.
By T.H. Midwood of Ramsey.

MIA 3/61   [July 1923]
On the ferry en route to OTC Camp Ramsey Isle of Man, sitting on deck, in uniform: N.D. Coleman, F.E. Bently, V. Brown, W. Stalker.

MIA 3/62   [July 1923]
On the ferry en route to OTC Camp Ramsey Isle of Man, on deck, in uniform: T.C. Jardine, H.G. Cutter, H. Sanderson, W.E. Wright.

MIA 3/63   [July 1923]
On the ferry en route to OTC Camp Ramsey Isle of Man, sitting on deck, in uniform: W. Faid, A.J. Clarkson, F.E. Dann.

MIA 3/64    [July 1923]
OTC Camp Ramsey Isle of Man, Durham University OTC group in uniform - shorts and caps - sitting on the roadside with maps being instructed in map-reading by F.E. Dann.
By T.H. Midwood of Ramsey.

MIA 3/65   [July 1923]
OTC Camp Ramsey Isle of Man, Durham University OTC group in uniform - shorts and caps - sitting on the roadside with maps being instructed in map-reading: H. Young, F.E. Bently.
By T.H. Midwood of Ramsey.

MIA 3/66   [July 1923]
OTC Camp Ramsey Isle of Man, Durham University OTC on parade in uniform with rifles, including: W.J.B. Patterson, R.S. ?Jardine, Forster, A.J. Clarkson, S.M.E. Badger.
By T.H. Midwood of Ramsey.

MIA 3/67   [July 1923]
OTC Camp Ramsey Isle of Man, AAM-G in a kilt walking along a road with P.J.R. Currie.
By T.H. Midwood of Ramsey.

MIA 3/68   [July 1923]
OTC Camp Ramsey Isle of Man, Belfast University camp sports - tug of war.

MIA 3/69   [July 1923]
OTC Camp Ramsey Isle of Man, Belfast University camp sports - tug of war.

MIA 3/70   [July 1923]
OTC Camp Ramsey Isle of Man, Belfast University camp sports - tug of war.

MIA 3/71   [July 1923]
OTC Camp Ramsey Isle of Man, [Glasgow University OTC] group in kilts, sitting on the ground.

MIA 3/72   [July 1923]
OTC Camp Ramsey Isle of Man, Glasgow University OTC marching headed by B. ?Arthur.
By T.H. Midwood of Ramsey

MIA 3/73   [July 1923]
OTC Camp Ramsey Isle of Man, [Glasgow University OTC] group in kilts, sitting on the ground.

MIA 3/74   [December 1923]
Trials Fours, Edinburgh University coxed pair rowing, from above.

MIA 3/75   [December 1923]
Four rowing through Elvet Bridge.

MIA 3/76   [December 1923]
University College Trials Fours crew, in shorts, blazers and scarves, with the trophy and 5 tankards on a table: G.C. Green, AAM-G, R.W.A. Easthope, G.M. Jukes, H.W. Schofield, G.A. Hutchison.

Another copy: UND/F1/FB1923T.
MIA 3/77   [December 1923]
[Trials Fours], University College boating at the boat house, in shorts and blazers, dog watching.

MIA 3/78   [December] 1923
Trials Fours, University College racing Hatfield College, from Baths Bridge, misty.

MIA 3/79   December 1923
Trials Fours, St Chad's College crew rowing: K.C. Millington, S. Moore, W.A. Cooke, K. Kay, E.B. Archer.

MIA 3/80   [December] 1923
Trials Fours, University College crew about to row: H.W. Schofield, G.M. Jukes, G.A. Hutchison, G.C. Green, W.R.A. Easthope.

MIA 3/81   November 1923
Lowe Pairs winners, in the boat by the dock: O.N. Gwilliam, J.N. Ellwood.

MIA 3/82   [November] 1923
Presidents Sculls winner, sculling, from behind, L.B. Walton, Armstrong College.

MIA 3/83   [February] 1924
Graduates, St Chad's College rowing against Armstrong College along the racecourse.

MIA 3/84   March 1924
Durham University trial eight rowing along the Banks.

MIA 3/85   [February] 1924
Graduates, St Chad's College rowing against Armstrong College along the racecourse, cathedral beyond.

MIA 3/86   [February 1924]
[Graduates], Armstrong College crew easied: T.H. Rose, R. Lipscomb, T.A. Sedgwick, J.I. Greensitt, R.H. Charlton.

MIA 3/87   [February] 1924
Senate, Bede College rowing against St Chad's College, along the racecourse.

MIA 3/88   [February] 1924
Senate, St Chad's College crew at the dockside: C.K.A. Kemp, J.N. Ellwood, O.N.Gwilliam, G.F. Braithwaite, K. Kay.

MIA 3/89   [February] 1924
Senate, University College crew standing on the dockside with blades upright, in shorts, jerseys and scarves: W.H. Schofield, G.M. Jukes, G.A. Hutchison, M.O. Galley, G.C. Green.

MIA 3/90   [February] 1924
Senate, St John's College crew being pushed off from the dock: C.K. Pattison, E.B. Rhodes, W.R. Ford, W. Usher, H.G. Wilkinson.

MIA 3/91   [1924]
[Durham University] eight rowing through Elvet Bridge.

MIA 3/92   [February] 1924
Senate, University College rowing against Armstrong College, along the racecourse.

MIA 3/93   [February] 1924
Senate, Armstrong College crew at the dockside: C.A. MacEachern, A.J. Clarkson, H.S.B. Meakin, W.D. Aitken, P. Uldall.

MIA 3/94   March 1924
Cambridge University eight rowing [on the Thames].

MIA 3/95   [1924]
Hadrian's Wall, near Housesteads.

MIA 3/96   [1924]
Hadrian's Wall, near Housesteads.

MIA 3/97   [1924]
Hadrian's Wall mile castle, with two men inspecting it.

MIA 3/98   June 1924
June Week, a rodeo being performed on Palace Green with H.W. Schofield and M.O. Galley as the bull.

MIA 3/99   [1924]
?AAM-G in plus fours sitting on a stile on Hadrian's Wall.

MIA 3/100   June 1924
June Week, Hatfield College war dance “Grace before Meat” on Palace Green.

MIA 3/101   June 1924
June Week, civic honours to the cannibal king in Durham Market Place.

MIA 3/102   June 1924
June Week, W.R.A. Easthope riding a penny farthing on Palace Green.

MIA 3/103   [June 1924]
June Week, rodeo on Palace Green: B.V. Borroughs, N. Copeland, R.W. Cartmel, G.C. Green.

MIA 3/104   [June 1924]
June Week, rodeo outside Palace Green lecture rooms.

MIA 3/105   [1924]
Wear in flood at Elvet Bridge.

MIA 3/106   [1924]
Wear in flood along the Banks, boat house flooded.

MIA 3/107   [1924]
Wear in flood at Elvet Bridge.

MIA 3/108   [1924]
Wear in flood, University College boat house under water.

MIA 3/109   [1924]
Wear in flood at Baths Bridge.

MIA 3/110   [1924]
Wear in flood below Framwellgate Bridge, spectators, Crook Hall beyond.

MIA 3/111   [1924]
Wear in flood, looking to Framwellgate Bridge with the cathedral beyond.

MIA 3/112   [1924]
Wear in flood, below Framwellgate Bridge, Henderson's carpet factory beyond.

MIA 3/113   [1924]
Wear in flood, looking across below Framwellgate Bridge to the indoor market and St Nicholas church, spectators.

MIA 3/114   [June 1924]
[Durham University Boat Club 1st] four easied [?before the race against Edinburgh]: [K.C. Millington, J.N. Ellwood, O.N. Gwilliam, E.B. Rhodes, K. Kay].

MIA 3/115   [1924]
A crew holding a four outside a boat house.

MIA 3/116   [June 1924]
A four rowing along the Banks, in sun hats.

MIA 3/117   [June 1924]
[Edinburgh University Boat Club 1st] four at the dockside [?before the race against Durham]: [C.E.V. Horne, N.J. Nicholson, J.B. Rolt, C.F. Martin, A. Blair].

MIA 3/118   [June 1924]
[Durham University and Edinburgh University first fours] in whites, blazers and caps, at Durham Castle: [(standing) K. Kay, C.F. Martin (Edinburgh), AAM-G, E.B. Rhodes, A. Blair, ?Edinburgh coach, (sitting) N.J. Nicholson (Edinburgh), J.N. Ellwood, J.B. Rolt (Edinburgh), O.N. Gwilliam, (squatting), C.E.V. Horne (Edinburgh), K.C. Millington.]

MIA 3/119   [June 1924]
[Durham University Boat Club 2nd] four easied [?before the race against Edinburgh]: [C.K. Pattinson, H. Grave, T.F. Graham, G.F. Braithwaite, A.J. Clarkson].

MIA 3/120   June 1924
Durham Regatta, Lowe Bowl, Durham University BC II racing against [Durham] City.

MIA 3/121   [June] 1924
Durham Regatta, Lowe Bowl, Durham University BC II racing against Bede College.

MIA 3/122   [June 1924]
[Edinburgh University Boat Club 2nd] four easied [?before the race against Durham: [W.J. Officer, R. Cormack, A. Bannerman, A.C.T. Brotherton, K.S. Blashki].

MIA 3/123   [June 1924]
[Durham University and Edinburgh University 2nd fours] in whites and blazers, at Durham Castle: [(standing) A.J. Clarkson, A.C.T. Brotherton, G.F. Braithwaite, K.S. Blashki, (sitting) A. Bannerman, H. Grave, R. Cormack, T.F. Graham, (squatting), C.K. Pattinson, W.J. Officer (Edinburgh).]

MIA 3/124   June 1924
Durham Regatta, Grand, Durham University BC racing against Tyne, beyond Baths Bridge.

MIA 3/125   June 1924
Durham Regatta, Grand, Durham University BC racing against [Durham] School, towards Baths Bridge.

MIA 3/126   [June 1924]
Durham Regatta, Wharton, [Durham] City racing against [Durham] School, towards Baths Bridge.

MIA 3/127   [June 1924]
Two fours racing along the racecourse.

MIA 3/128   [June 1924]
Durham Regatta, a four passing under Baths Bridge.

MIA 3/129   [June 1924]
A four rowing towards Elvet Bridge.

MIA 3/130   [June 1924]
Durham Regatta, Durham School racing against Tees beyond Baths Bridge.

MIA 3/131   [June 1924]
Durham Regatta, Durham School racing against Tees towards Baths Bridge.

MIA 3/132   [June 1924]
Durham Regatta, Grand, Durham University BC II racing against [Durham] School beyond Baths Bridge.

MIA 3/133   [June 1924]
Two fours racing along the racecourse.

MIA 3/134   June 1924
Durham University BC IIb rowing, from above.

MIA 3/135   June 1924
Durham University BC IIb rowing, from above.

MIA 3/136   [June 1924]
Durham Regatta, Lady Anne Lambton, University College racing against Tynemouth, towards Baths Bridge.

MIA 3/137   [June] 1924
Durham Regatta, Corporation, Berwick racing against University College, crowd beyond.

MIA 3/138   [June] 1924
Durham Regatta, Grand, Tees racing against [Durham] City, towards Elvet Bridge.

MIA 3/139   June 1924
Durham Regatta, University College rowing, from above.

MIA 3/140   [June 1924]
Durham Regatta, Corporation, Bede College racing against [Durham] School.

MIA 3/141   [June 1924]
Durham Regatta, Lady Anne Lambton, Berwick racing against ? crowds beyond.

MIA 3/141A   [June 1924]
Durham Regatta, Armstrong College racing against Tynemouth.

MIA 3/142   [June 1924]
Durham Regatta, Mayor's Plate, [Durham] School III passing the winning post.

MIA 3/143   June 1924
Durham Regatta, Grand, Durham University racing against Tyne, towards Elvet Bridge.

MIA 3/144   [June 1924]
Durham Regatta, Lady Herschel, St Chad's College racing against [Durham] City, beyond Baths Bridge.

MIA 3/145   [June 1924]
Durham Regatta, Mayor's Plate, St Chad's College racing against Tyne, beyond Baths Bridge.

MIA 3/146   [June 1924]
Durham Regatta, St Chad's College racing against South Shields, beyond Baths Bridge.

MIA 3/147   June 1924
Linlithgow Palace exterior.

MIA 3/148   June 1924
Durham Regatta, St Chad's racing against ?, crowds beyond.

MIA 3/149   June 1924
Strath Bran, Kinross, the Rumbling Bridge.

MIA 3/150   June 1924
Ben Nevis, the Precipice and the observatory, snow.

MIA 3/151   June 1924
Glen Nevis.

MIA 3/152   June 1924
Fort William and Ben Nevis from across Loch Linnhe.

MIA 3/153   June 1924
In Glen Nevis, flock of sheep on the track.

MIA 3/154   June 1924
Inverlochy Castle, from across the loch.

MIA 3/155   June 1924
Old Inverlochy Castle with Ben Nevis beyond.

MIA 3/156   June 1924
Fort William and the view up the entrance of Loch Eil.

MIA 3/157   June 1924
Ben Nevis, view from the summit to ?Aonach Mor, cloud.

MIA 3/158   June 1924
Ben Nevis, view of the path up.

MIA 3/159   June 1924
Glen Coe view from the Study.

MIA 3/160   June 1924
Lower falls of the Nevis.

MIA 3/161   June 1924
Loch Shiel, Glenfinnan, Bonnie Prince Charlie's monument.

MIA 3/162   [July 1924]
[Fleetwood OTC camp], H.M. Hallsworth at a table, crowd of cadets beyond.

Printed in: Durham University Journal, (Vol.XXIV No.4, December 1924), p.196.
MIA 3/163   [June 1924]
[Fort William and Loch Linnhe].

MIA 3/164   [July 1924]
[Fleetwood OTC camp], RSM Kerr of Glasgow University OTC coming forward [to receive an award] crowd of cadets beyond.

MIA 3/165   [July 1924]
[Fleetwood OTC camp], group of officers in uniform, barracks beyond.
By J.P. Couper of Glasgow.

MIA 3/166   [July 1924]
[Fleetwood OTC camp], officers in dress kit, sitting outside [the mess].
By J.P. Couper of Glasgow.

MIA 3/167   [July] 1924
Fleetwood OTC camp, cadets in shorts and caps at ease on parade, H.M. Hallsworth and Sgt Instructor Lingwood.
By J.P. Couper of Glasgow.

Printed in: Durham University Journal, (Vol.XXIV No.4, December 1924), p.196.
MIA 3/168   [July] 1924
Fleetwood OTC camp, cadets in shorts and caps at ease on parade.
By J.P. Couper of Glasgow.

MIA 3/169   [July] 1924
Fleetwood OTC camp, M.O. Galley instructing a group of cadets in rifle drill, tents beyond.

Printed in: Durham University Journal, (Vol.XXIV No.4, December 1924), p.196.
MIA 3/170   [July] 1924
Fleetwood OTC camp, F.R. Hedley, D.M. Brown, G.M. Jukes in various dress relaxed with pipes around a bell tent.

Printed in: Durham University Journal, (Vol.XXIV No.4, December 1924), p.196.
MIA 3/171   [July] 1924
Fleetwood OTC camp, view over a crowd of seated cadets of an officer lecturing from a Bristol Fighter F2B biplane number D799.

Printed in: Durham University Journal, (Vol.XXIV No.4, December 1924), p.196.
MIA 3/172   [July] 1924
Fleetwood OTC camp, view over prone cadets of a Bristol Fighter biplane taking off.

MIA 3/173   [July] 1924
Fleetwood OTC camp, massed pipe bands marching/playing.
By J.P. Couper of Glasgow.

Printed in: Durham University Journal, (Vol.XXIV No.4, December 1924), p.196.
MIA 3/174   [July] 1924
Fleetwood OTC camp, RSM E. Badger in civvies receiving an award, crowd beyond.

MIA 3/175   [July] 1924
Fleetwood OTC camp, cadet receiving a prize, crowd beyond.

Printed in: Durham University Journal, (Vol.XXIV No.4, December 1924), p.196.
MIA 3/176   [July] 1924
Fleetwood OTC camp, cadet receiving a prize, crowd beyond.

MIA 3/177   [July] 1924
Fleetwood OTC camp, H.M. Hallsworth sitting in a towel outside his tent

MIA 3/178   [July] 1924
Fleetwood OTC camp, LCpl W.R. Davies receiving a prize, crowd beyond.

MIA 3/179   [July] 1924
Fleetwood OTC camp, distant view of tents.

Printed in: Durham University Journal, (Vol.XXIV No.4, December 1924), p.196.
MIA 3/180   [July] 1924
Fleetwood OTC camp, 3 cadets in casual dress outside their tent.

Printed in: Durham University Journal, (Vol.XXIV No.4, December 1924), p.196.
MIA 3/181   [July] 1924
Fleetwood OTC camp, P.J.R. Currie performing at the sports.

MIA 3/182   [July] 1924
Durham Miners Gala, overview of crowds and banners on the racecourse, and rowing boats on the Wear, cathedral beyond.

MIA 3/183   [December 1924]
[Lowe Pairs], St Chad's College (K. Kay & D.N. Gwilliam) rowing against University College (J.C. Green & G.H. Hutchison) towards Prebends Bridge, looking back to Elvet.

MIA 3/184   [December] 1924
Lowe Pairs, St Chad's College rowing against University College past the allotments.

MIA 3/185   [December] 1924
Lowe Pairs, University College rowing against Armstrong College [T.A. Sedgewick & R.H. Charlton], past the allotments.

MIA 3/186   [December 1924]
[Triasl Fours], two crews rowing past the allotments, crowd running along the bank.

MIA 3/187   [December] 1924
Trials Fours, Armstrong College B rowing against St Chad's College B towards Baths Bridge.

MIA 3/188   [December] 1924
Trials Fours, St John's College B rowing against University College, through Elvet Bridge.

MIA 3/189   [December] 1924
Trials Fours, University College rowing: W.R.F. Easthope, D.F. Wrench, D. Chitty, S.M. Carr.

MIA 3/190   March 1925
Oxford University eight rowing on the Thames, umpire's and other boats beyond.

MIA 3/191   November 1924
Durham University OTC dinner, ?in Newcastle, black tie, medals, AAM-G at left end.

MIA 3/192   December 1924
President's Sculls, S. Shaw (Armstrong) sculling against J.C. Swinburne (Bede) past the allotments, crowd running along the bank.

MIA 3/193   March 1925
Cambridge University eight rowing against a Thames eight on the Thames.

MIA 3/194   March 1925
Graduates, Armstrong College B rowing against Hatfield College.

MIA 3/195   June 1924
D.E. Ince and AAM-G, in suits, standing in a window in Durham castle.

MIA 3/196   [March] 1925
Graduates, Armstrong College A crew (winners) standing on the bank, in blazers and shorts: [J. Avery, L.D. Wang, L.W. Hooson (cox), C. Deth-Lydusen, R. Spence].

MIA 3/197   [March] 1925
Graduates, University College crew standing around the boat at the boathouse, in shorts and jerseys: W.J. Ponsonby, J.M. Carr, L. Blackburn, G.A. Forster, A.J. Barker.

MIA 3/198   [March] 1925
Senate, St John's College crew in the boat at the dockside: C.K. Pattinson, W.R. Ford, E.W.P. Ainsworth, W. Usher, H.S. Wilkinson

MIA 3/199   [March] 1925
Senate, Bede College [winning] crew chaired on supporters' shoulders on the bank, in whites and blazers with caps and a megaphone: C.H. Raine, J.C. Swinburn, A. Stockdale, R.C. Palin, F.J. Lattin.

MIA 3/200   [March] 1925
Senate, St Chad's College crew at the boathouse with blades upstanding, in shorts and jerseys: K.C. Millington, K. Kay, O.N. Gwilliam, N.C. Jones, R.L. Roe.

MIA 3/201   [March] 1925
Senate [final], Bede College rowing against St John's College, past the bowling green.

MIA 3/202   [March] 1925
Senate, Armstrong College crew standing on the bank, holding up their blades, in shorts and shirts with crosses on their left breast: C.A. MacEacharn, W.D. Aitken, T.A. Sedgwick, R.M. Charlton, R. Lipscombe.

MIA 3/203   [March] 1925
Senate, University College crew in the boat at the dockside, in jerseys and shorts: N.M. Nowroji, G.C. Green, G.A. Hutchison, D. Chitty, W.R.A. Easthope.

MIA 3/204   [c.1923]
C.E.V. O[wen], standing in a suit outside a window.

A.A. Macfarlane Grieve photo album
Reference: MIA 4
Dates of creation: [1923] & 1925 - 1927
Photographs of rowing at Durham University featuring the annual collegiate races in December and March and the races against Edinburgh university in June, with generally all the crews who entered photographed in action and as groups, also images of the Durham regatta races in June, Durham university OTC on its summer camp with other university OTCs, and summer touring and camping holidays in Scotland and Ireland.

MIA 4/1   [June 1925]
[Durham University BC] four rowing in sun hats along the Banks.

MIA 4/2   [June 1925]
[Durham University BC] four rowing in sun hats past Elvet.

MIA 4/3   [June 1925]
[Edinburgh University BC 1st] four standing on the banks with blades upright, in shorts, jerseys and scarves: [N.J. Nicholson, J.B. Rolt, ?, ?, C.F. Martin].

MIA 4/4   [July 1925]
[OTC Camp at Kinmel Park], view of bell tents.

MIA 4/5   [July 1925]
[OTC Camp at Kinmel Park], cadets outside bell tents.

MIA 4/6   [June 1925]
[Durham University BC] four rowing along the Banks.

MIA 4/7   [July 1925]
[OTC Camp at Kinmel Park], cadets forming up on parade with rifles.

MIA 4/8   [July 1925]
[OTC Camp at Kinmel Park], [a Scottish OTC's cadets] in whites with rifles, at the attention, lining a route.

MIA 4/9   [June 1925]
[Durham University BC against Edinburgh University BC first crews] rowing towards Elvet Bridge.

MIA 4/10   [June 1925]
[Durham and Edinburgh universities' first] crews in front of Durham Castle wall, in whites and blazers: [AAM-G, (Edinburgh man), A. Stockdale, C.F. Martin (Edinburgh), O.N. Gwilliam, (?Edinburgh coach), (seated) E.W.P. Ainsworth, N.J. Nicholson (Edinburgh), T.A. Sedgwick, J.B. Rolt (Edinburgh), (Edinburgh cox), R.C. Palin].

MIA 4/11   [July 1925]
[OTC Camp in Kinmel Park], officer walking across sand.

MIA 4/12   [July 1925]
[OTC Camp at Kinmel Park], [Scottish universities OTCs massed] pipes and drums.

MIA 4/13   [June 1925]
Rowers standing on the bank, boat at the dockside.

MIA 4/14   [July 1925]
[OTC Camp at Kinmel Park], cadets sitting down outside being instructed.

MIA 4/15   [July 1925]
[OTC Camp at Kinmel Park], cadets sitting down outside being instructed.

MIA 4/16   [June 1925]
[Durham University BC] against [Edinburgh University BC second crews] rowing towards Baths Bridge.

MIA 4/17   [June 1925]
[Durham University and Edinburgh University BCs second crews], outside Durham Castle, in whites, blazers and some scarves, each cox with a float and pennant in front of him: (Edinburgh), C.R. Raine, ?, (Edinburgh), W.R.A. Easthope, (sitting) K. Kay, ?, R.H. Charlton, (Edinburgh), (Edinburgh), K.C. Millington.

MIA 4/18   July 1925
OTC Camp Kinmel Park, ?all OTCs on parade in uniform.

MIA 4/19   July 1925
OCT Camp Kinmel Camp, ?all OTCs marching past H.R. Jadd.

MIA 4/20   [June 1925]
[Durham University 1st crew] in the boat at the dockside: R.C. Pailn, T.A. Sedgwick, E.W.P. Ainsworth, A. Stockdale, O.N. Gwilliam.

MIA 4/21   [July 1925]
[OTC Camp Kinmel Park], S. Best in shorts lying in front of a tent.

MIA 4/22   [July] 1925
OTC Camp Kinmel Park, H.M. Hallsworth in shorts lying in front of a windbreak.

MIA 4/23   July 1925
OTC Camp Kinmel Park, 5 cadets in various military dress relaxed in front of tents.

MIA 4/24   [July 1925]
[OTC Camp Kinmel Park], biplane flying over.

MIA 4/25   [July] 1925
OTC Camp Kinmel Park, distant view of cadets.

MIA 4/26   [July 1925]
[OTC Camp Kinmel Park], Currie Cup competition, squad of cadets formed up.

MIA 4/27   [July] 1925
[OTC Camp Kinmel Park], Currie Cup competition, squad of cadets formed up.

MIA 4/28   [June 1925]
Two fours rowing past St Cuthbert's boat house.

MIA 4/29   [July] 1925
[OTC Camp Kinmel Park], Currie Cup competition, squad of cadets formed up.

MIA 4/30   [July] 1925
[OTC Camp Kinmel Park], Currie Cup competition, squad of cadets formed up.

MIA 4/31   [July 1925]
[OTC Camp Kinmel Park], cadets gathered round with instructors conferring.

Printed in: Durham University Journal, (Vol.XXIV No.7, December 1925), p.364.
MIA 4/32   [July 1925]
[OTC Camp Kinmel Park], cadets gathered round, being instructed [?in bayonet drill].

MIA 4/33   [June 1925]
[Durham Regatta], two fours rowing, another four watching, towards Baths Bridge, crowd on the bank.

MIA 4/34   [July 1925]
[OTC Camp Kinmel Park], tents.

MIA 4/35   [July 1925]
[OTC Camp Kinmel Park], group of officers in uniform with 1 clergyman, with canes, including AAM-G.

MIA 4/36   [July 1925]
[OTC Camp Kinmel Park], ?all cadets formal group, in uniform.

MIA 4/37   [July 1925]
[OTC Camp Kinmel Park], tents.

MIA 4/38   July 1925
Lendalfoot, Ayrshire, F.R. Hedley, D. Chitty and AAM-G with tent.

MIA 4/39   [July 1925]
Glen Croe, Argyllshire, AAM-G washing in a stream.

MIA 4/40   July 1925
Glen Croe, F.R. Hedley, G.C. Green, AAM-G, tent and washing line by the roadside.

MIA 4/41   July 1925
Glen Croe, distant view of a tent up a stream.

MIA 4/42   July 1925
Glen Croe, hillside.

MIA 4/43   [July 1925]
?Lendalfoot, tent, wooded hillside.

MIA 4/44   [July 1925]
By the sea, tent, washing line, motorbike, car.

MIA 4/45   [July 1925]
?Glen Croe, AAM-G squatting washing by a stream.

MIA 4/46   [July 1925]
?Glen Croe, view of the road up the glen.

MIA 4/47   [July 1925]
?Glen Croe, AAM-G and ? in tweeds and plus fours.

MIA 4/48   [July 1925]
[Scotland], a small port.

MIA 4/49   [July 1925]
[Scotland], campsite by a stream.

MIA 4/50   [July 1925]
[Scotland], three-arched stone bridge over a river.

MIA 4/51   [July 1925]
[Scotland], man with a tent.

MIA 4/52   [July 1925]
[Scotland], view of a hill across a sea-loch.

MIA 4/53   [July 1925]
[Scotland] seashore, distant view of hills and a steamer.

MIA 4/54   [July 1925]
[Scotland], car loaded on to a small ferry at the dockside.

MIA 4/55   [July 1925]
[Scotland], motorcyclist on a road, distant hills in cloud.

MIA 4/56   [July 1925]
[Scotland], sea-loch, distant steamer and hills.

MIA 4/57   [July 1925]
[Scotland], sea-loch, distant steamer and hills.

MIA 4/58   [July 1925]
[Scotland], two men sitting outside a tent, one displaying his hob-nailed boots.

MIA 4/59   [July 1925]
[Scotland], sea-loch, boat coming in to dock, hills beyond.

MIA 4/60   [July 1925]
[Scotland], ?AAM-G standing beside a car, wall and trees beyond.

MIA 4/61   [July 1925]
[Scotland], waterfall.

MIA 4/62   [July 1925]
[Scotland], houses along a shoreside road.

MIA 4/63   [July 1925]
[Scotland], tents and washing line beside a river.

MIA 4/64   [July 1925]
[Scotland], man sitting doing up his shoe beside a car.

MIA 4/65   [July 1925]
[Scotland], road in a glen, hills beyond.

MIA 4/66   [July 1925]
[Scotland], tent in a wooded glade, man sitting by a motorbike.

MIA 4/67   [July 1925]
[Scotland], tents amongst trees, loch beyond.

MIA 4/68   [July 1925]
[Scotland], two tents on a hillside.

MIA 4/69   [July 1925]
[Scotland], two men sitting outside a tent, trees and hill beyond.

MIA 4/70   July 1925
Glen Croe, view across the stream to a tent, washing line and road.

MIA 4/71   March 1925
Alconbury Hill, AAM-G and A. Stockdale in coats and caps, filling the car engine from a can.

MIA 4/72   1926
Durham Castle Great Hall, looking to the gallery, after restoration.

MIA 4/73   July 1925
Glen Croe, stream with a tent beyond.

MIA 4/74   March 1926
W.R.A. Easthope and AAM-G in shorts and jerseys, standing on the dock beside a pair, dog.

MIA 4/75   July 1925
Scotland, Loch Melfort.

MIA 4/76   July 1925
Near Girvan, car driving along the shoreside road.

MIA 4/77   [?March 1926]
St John's College Senate crew in the boat at the dockside: L.H. Rhodes, W. Usher, J.M. Corley, E.W.P. Ainsworth, J.E. Talbot.

MIA 4/78   [?March 1926]
St John's College Senate crew rowing past a crowd on the Banks.

MIA 4/79   March 1926
St John's College tug of war team puling at College Sports, with a man in uniform demonstrating how to do it alongside.

MIA 4/80   [March] 1925
Cambridge University eight rowing [on the Thames].

MIA 4/81   [March 1925]
[Cambridge University] eight rowing [on the Thames, umpire's] launch beyond.

MIA 4/82   [March] 1925
Oxford University eight rowing, [with Cambridge beyond] and a sculler ahead.

MIA 4/83   May 1926
Durham Great Strike Volunteer Service Committee, formal group, 23 men and 6 women, in suits with hats, and two dogs, including AAM-G.

MIA 4/84   [June 1926]
Four rowing, from above.

MIA 4/85   [June 1926]
Two fours rowing [towards Baths Bridge].

MIA 4/86   [June 1926]
Four rowing [towards Baths Bridge].

MIA 4/87   [June 1926]
Two fours rowing towards Baths Bridge.

MIA 4/88   [June 1926]
[Durham University and Edinburgh University BCs 1st crews] in front of Durham Castle, in whites, scarves and blazers, with dog: [AAM-G, (Edinburgh), (Edinburgh), R.D. Wang, T.A. Sedgwick, H.C. Bucknall (Durham coach), (sitting), A. Stockdale, (Edinburgh), E.W.P. Ainsworth, (Edinburgh), R.C. Palin, (Edinburgh)].

MIA 4/89   [June 1926]
Four rowing.

MIA 4/90   [June 1926]
Two fours rowing.

MIA 4/91   [June 1926]
Four rowing, from above.

MIA 4/92   [June 1926]
Two fours rowing, away from Baths Bridge.

MIA 4/93   [June 1926]
Tow fours rowing towards Baths Bridge.

MIA 4/94   [June 1926]
[Durham Regatta], two fours rowing, away from Baths Bridge, large crowd on the bank.

MIA 4/95   [June 1926]
Two fours rowing away from Baths Bridge.

MIA 4/96   [June 1926]
Four rowing, from above.

MIA 4/97   [June 1926]
Two fours rowing towards Baths Bridge.

MIA 4/98   [June 1926]
[Durham University and Edinburgh University BCs 2nd crews] in front of Durham Castle, in whites, scarves and blazers: E.F. Baxter [(coach), (Edinburgh), R.L. Roe, L.H. Rhodes, (Edinburgh), (sitting), G.W. Maclane, (Edinburgh), R.H. Charlton, (Edinburgh), (Edinburgh), K.C. Millington].

MIA 4/99   [June] 1926
[Durham Regatta], Grand, St Peter's rowing against Durham University BC.

MIA 4/100   [June] 1926
[Durham Regatta], Wharton, [Durham] School rowing against Durham University BC.

MIA 4/101   [June] 1926
[Durham Regatta], Grand, Durham University BC rowing against Edinburgh [University BC], coming towards Baths Bridge.

MIA 4/102   [June 1926]
[Durham Regatta], two fours rowing away from Baths Bridge.

MIA 4/103   [June 1926]
[Durham Regatta], Lady Herschel Plate final, [Durham] School rowing against another four, towards Baths Bridge.

MIA 4/104   June 1926
[Durham Regatta], Durham ARC four rowing.

MIA 4/105   [June 1926]
[Durham Regatta], two fours rowing.

MIA 4/106   [June 1926]
[Durham Regatta], two fours rowing.

MIA 4/107   July 1926
[AAM-G] tour to the Isle of Skye, postcard of the Keltie Bridges, Callander.

MIA 4/108   July 1926
Postcard of a painting of Glencoe and The Three Sisters, looking west.

MIA 4/109   July 1926
Postcard of Skye, the Black and Red Cullin viewed from Clach Glas.

MIA 4/110   July 1926
Postcard of Skye, Torran near Broadford, looking towards the Cullin.

MIA 4/112   July 1926
Skye, Dunvegan Castle, external view.

MIA 4/113   [July 1926]
View of islets off [Syke].

MIA 4/114   July 1926
Skye, campsite.

MIA 4/115   July 1926
Skye, Duntulm Castle, looking up from the shore.

MIA 4/116   July 1926
Skye, campsite near the shore.

MIA 4/117   July 1926
Skye, Old Man of Storr.

MIA 4/118   July 1926
Skye, Bonnie Prince Charlie's cave in sea cliffs.

MIA 4/119   July 1926
Skye, campsite near the shore.

MIA 4/120   July 1926
Skye, Castle Moyle and Kyleakin beyond.

MIA 4/121   July 1926
Skye, J.M. Carr on the shoreline.

MIA 4/122   July 1926
Skye, J.M. Carr inside a tent.

MIA 4/123   July 1926
Skye, Raasay Bay with the Cullin beyond.

MIA 4/124   July 1926
Skye, Hart o'Corrie with the Cullin beyond.

MIA 4/125   July 1926
Skye, Portree seafront.

MIA 4/126   July 1926
Skye, Beal Point Portree.

MIA 4/127   July 1926
Skye, Loch Coruisk with the Cullin beyond.

MIA 4/128   September 1926
Rievaulx abbey, looking NW over the crossing.

MIA 4/129   July 1926
Skye, Loch Scavaig with the Cullin beyond.

MIA 4/130   September 1926
Rievaulx abbey, looking E down the church.

MIA 4/131   July 1926
Dornie ferry crossing Loch Alsh with Dornie beyond.

MIA 4/132   September 1926
Rievaulx abbey, view from the cloister of the SE side of the church.

MIA 4/133   July 1926
Campsite by Loch Oich.

MIA 4/134   September 1926
Rievaulx abbey, view E down the church.

MIA 4/135   November 1926
Durham, Castle courtyard, Maj Finch, Gen Sir Charles Harington and AAM-G in uniform with swords, AAM-G with medals.

MIA 4/136   November 1926
General Sir Charles Harington addressing Durham University OTC parade with rifles and bayonets on Palace Green, memorial and music school beyond.

MIA 4/137   November 1926
General Sir Charles Harington addressing Durham University OTC parade with rifles and bayonets on Palace Green, cathedral and Abbey House beyond.

MIA 4/138   November 1926
Trials Fours, University College rowing against Armstrong College A, towards Elvet Bridge.

MIA 4/139   November 1926
General Sir Charles Harington, with AAM-G in attendance, inspecting Durham University OTC drummers and piper, on parade on Palace Green.

MIA 4/140   [June] 1926
Durham University BC coxless four rowing past St Hild College.

MIA 4/141   November 1926
President's Sculls, R. Spence (Armstrong) in a scull at the dock with A. Stockdale on the dock.

MIA 4/142   Michaelmas 1926
Rugby match in progress, Durham University against Glasgow University.

MIA 4/143   [Michaelmas 1926]
Hockey match in progress, [Durham University against ?].

MIA 4/144   [November 1926]
Two coxless pairs rowing, nearing Baths Bridge.

MIA 4/145   [November 1926]
Two coxless pairs rowing, nearing Baths Bridge.

MIA 4/146   [Michaelmas 1926]
[Durham University] hockey team, in kit and blazers with sticks, on the steps of [the pavilion].

MIA 4/147   1927
Rugby match, Dons Cup, Durham Colleges against the College of Medicine.

MIA 4/148   [June 1927]
[Durham Regatta], two fours rowing, away from Baths Bridge.

MIA 4/149   [June 1927]
[Durham Regatta], two fours rowing, away from Baths Bridge.

MIA 4/150   [June 1927]
[Durham Regatta], two fours rowing, towards Baths Bridge.

MIA 4/151   [June 1927]
[Durham University and Edinburgh University BCs 1st] crews in front of Durham Castle, in whites, scarves and blazers: [H.C. Bucknall (Durham coach, in suit and cap, with dog), (Edinburgh), L.D. Wang, (Edinburgh), T.A. Sedgwick, (Edinburgh), AAM-G, (sitting) E.W.P. Ainsworth, N.J. Nicholson (Edinburgh), S. Wiseman, (Edinburgh), J.E. Talbot, (Edinburgh)].

MIA 4/152   [June] 1927
Durham University BC 1st crew rowing against Edinburgh University BC, looking back towards Baths Bridge, DUBC crew identified as: F. Cockcroft (St John's), S. Wiseman (Hatf), E.W.P. Ainsworth (St John's), L.D. Wang (Arms), T.A. Sedgwick (Arms).

MIA 4/153   [June 1927]
[Durham University BC] crew standing on the bank, with blades uplifted: E.W.P. Ainsworth, F. Cockcroft, S. Wiseman, J.D. Kay, T.A. Sedgwick, AAM-G.

MIA 4/154   [June 1927]
[Durham University BC] rowing, at the catch.

MIA 4/155   [June 1927]
[Durham University BC] crew on the river, ready to start.

MIA 4/156   [Juen 1927]
[Durham University BC] crew rowing through Elvet Bridge, canoeist beyond.

MIA 4/157   [June 1927]
E.W.P. Ainsworth standing on the bank in rowing kit with blade held upright.

MIA 4/158   [June 1927]
[Durham University BC] crew rowing towards Baths Bridge, canoeist beyond.

MIA 4/159   [June 1927]
[Durham University and Edinburgh University BCs 2nd] crews in front of Durham Castle, in whites, scarves and blazers: [E.F. Baxter (Durham coach), W.G. Winder, E.D. Dawson-Walker, (Edinburgh), (Edinburgh), (sitting) T.A. Bell, (Edinburgh), C.K. Pattinson, (Edinburgh), W.N. Goundry, (Edinburgh)].

For the blazer being worn by Pattinson, see UND/F4/IA1.
MIA 4/160   [June 1927]
[Durham University BC 2nd] crew being pushed off from the dock: W.N. Goundry (Hatf), C.K. Pattinson (St John's), T.A. Bell (Hatf), W.G. Winder (Univ), E.D. Dawson-Walker (St John's).

MIA 4/161   [June 1927]
[Durham University BC 2nd] crew about to start from opposite Durham School boathouse.

MIA 4/162   [June 1927]
[Durham University BC 2nd] crew rowing along the Banks.

MIA 4/163   [June 1927]
[Durham University BC 2nd] crew standing on the bank in shorts and their college blazers: W.G. Winder, E.D. Dawson-Walker, W.N. Goundry, T.A. Bell,, C.K. Pattinson, E.F. Baxter.

MIA 4/164   [June 1927]
[Durham University BC 2nd] crew rowing towards Baths Bridge.

MIA 4/165   1927
Ireland, Killarney, Ross Castle, horse and trap going along a road towards it.

MIA 4/166   1927
Ireland, Killarney, Muckross Abbey.

MIA 4/167   1927
Ireland, Killarney, Gap of Dunloe.

MIA 4/168   1927
Ireland, Killarney, a lake.

MIA 4/169   1927
Ireland, a round tower.

MIA 4/170   1927
Ireland, car parked beside a tent.

MIA 4/171   1927
Ireland, Killarney, Eagle's Nest, men in a rowing boat on the lake.

MIA 4/172   1927
Ireland, Killarney, Torc waterfall.

MIA 4/173   1927
Ireland, Killarney, Collick Bawn Rocks.

MIA 4/174   1927
Ireland, Killarney, Meeting of the Waters, man and boy with a rowing boat.

MIA 4/175   1927
Ireland, Killarney, shooting the rapids in a boat under an old bridge.

MIA 4/176   1927
Ireland, Killarney lakes.

MIA 4/177   1927
Ireland, boy with makeshift flag lying in a field.

MIA 4/178   1927
Ireland, man holding a horse with an Irish low-back cart outside a house.

MIA 4/179   1927
Ireland, Mr Conway, W.G. Winder, E.W.P. Ainsworth standing by a tent.

MIA 4/180   1927
Ireland, 3 children with a donkey with turf-carrying panniers and a pile of turfs by a road.

MIA 4/181   1927
Ireland, 2 men with a donkey cart carrying sheep, on a road.

MIA 4/182   1927
Ireland, village street with women sitting outside with a spinning wheel, churn and wheelbarrow.

MIA 4/183   1927
Ireland, mountain farm, girl and mother standing outside with a pig, spinning wheel and baskets.

MIA 4/184   1927
Ireland, lady sitting on a donkey cart with a pail.

MIA 4/185   1927
Ireland, cottage interior, cauldrons on the fire, one woman spinning, another churning.

MIA 4/186   1927
Ireland, man standing outside a tent.

MIA 4/187   1927
Ireland, tea party, with a priest and a couple, out of doors.

MIA 4/188   1927
Ireland, man in a hat standing by a sluice with sticks “blackthorn seller”.

MIA 4/189   1927
Northern Ireland, tent and car near the shore near Larne.

MIA 4/190   1927
Ireland, farm, horse and cart outside.

MIA 4/191   1927
Ireland, Killarney, Gap of Dunloe, looking up.

MIA 4/192   1927
Ireland, Killarney Upper Lake, islands.

MIA 4/193   1927
Ireland, Killarney Lower Lake, Inishfallen.

MIA 4/194   1927
Ireland, Clonmel, tent by a bridge.

MIA 4/195   1927
Ireland, lake with hills beyond.

MIA 4/196   1927
Ireland, the Liffey above Dublin, bridge.

MIA 4/197   1927
Ireland, Shannon, tent by the river near Foynes.

MIA 4/198   1927
Ireland, man on a jaunting cart outside a cottage with two others.

MIA 4/199   1927
Ireland, Swords, tent near a sandy bay.

MIA 4/200   [June 1927]
[Durham Regatta], two fours rowing towards Baths Bridge.

MIA 4/201   [June 1927]
[Durham Regatta], two fours rowing towards Baths Bridge.

MIA 4/202   [June 1927]
[Durham Regatta], two fours rowing towards Baths Bridge.

MIA 4/203   [June 1927]
[Durham Regatta], a four rowing.

MIA 4/204   [June 1927]
[Durham Regatta], two fours rowing towards Baths Bridge.

MIA 4/205   [June 1927]
[Durham Regatta], a four rowing under Baths Bridge.

MIA 4/206   [June 1927]
[Durham Regatta], two fours rowing towards Baths Bridge, sculler beyond.

MIA 4/207   [June 1927]
[Durham Regatta], two fours rowing towards Baths Bridge.

MIA 4/208   [June 1927]
[Durham Regatta], two fours rowing towards Baths Bridge.

MIA 4/209   [June 1927]
[Durham Regatta], two fours rowing towards Baths Bridge.

MIA 4/210   [June 1927]
[Durham Regatta], two fours rowing towards Baths Bridge.

MIA 4/211   [June 1927]
[Durham Regatta], two fours rowing towards Baths Bridge.

MIA 4/212   [June 1927]
[Durham Regatta], a four rowing.

MIA 4/213   [June 1927]
[Durham Regatta], two fours rowing towards Baths Bridge.

MIA 4/214   [June 1927]
[Durham Regatta], two fours rowing away from Baths Bridge.

MIA 4/215   [June 1927]
[Durham Regatta], two clinker fours rowing towards Baths Bridge.

MIA 4/216   [June 1927]
[Durham Regatta], a four rowing away from Baths Bridge.

MIA 4/217   [June 1927]
[Durham Regatta], two fours rowing towards Baths Bridge.

MIA 4/218   [?March 1927]
Two colllege crews [?finalists, Senate/Graduates] standing on the bank in shorts, blazers/jerseys and scarves: (St John's College), [E.W.P. Ainsworth], ?, [L.H. Rhodes], ?, ?, (?Armstrong College) ?, ?, ?, ?, ?.

MIA 4/219   [?March 1927]
Two fours rowing [in the ?Graduates final].

MIA 4/220   [?March 1927]
[?Senate final, St John's College rowing against Armstrong College], towards Elvet Bridge (crews as in 218).

MIA 4/221   [?March 1927]
[Graduates final] crews standing on the riverbank, in shorts, blazers/jerseys and scarves, St John's College and Armstrong College.

MIA 4/222   [?March 1927]
Two fours rowing towards Baths Bridge.

MIA 4/223   [?November 1923]
[?L.B. Walton, winner of President's sculls, 1923] standing on the dock in shorts and Armstrong 1922 badged blazer, holding sculls.

MIA 4/224   [1920s]
Party of c.60 gentlemen and (mainly) ladies walking away from Durham Castle Great Hall entrance.

MIA 4/225   [?March 1927]
[?Graduates final], two fours rowing towards Elvet Bridge (?crews as in 221).

C.J. Saunders photo album
Reference: MIA 5
Dates of creation: 1907
Photographs relating to C.J. Saunders' time as a theology student at University College, Durham. Endorsements on the photos by Saunders have been transcribed by his son R.C. Saunders.
Charles James Saunders graduated LTh from University College, Durham, in 1907 and was ordained deacon in 1909 and priest in 1910. During the First World War he was mentioned in dispatches in 1917 and won an MC in 1918. He subsequently held various livings in the diocese of Manchester, his last incumbency being as vicar of Old St George, Stalybridge, 1946-1949.
Saunders bequeathed the volume to the university along with his rowing trophies; it was deposited in the University Library in 1986.

MIA 5/1   [c.1907]
Two University College fours, Senior and Junior Inter-Collegiate crews, rowing past St Hild's College.

   Digitised version
MIA 5/2   [c.1907]
Durham Cathedral, students, including female, and academics leaving from the north door walking towards Palace Green (with railings).

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MIA 5/3   [c.1907]
River Wear, looking from Prebends Bridge towards the Count's House.

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MIA 5/4   [c.1907]
Durham Castle courtyard, showing the Great Hall entrance and the Black Staircase.

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MIA 5/5   [c.1907]
Durham Castle, buttery, showing the hatches, a chest and chair.

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MIA 5/6   [c.1907]
Durham Cathedral and Castle, view from Durham School

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MIA 5/7   [c.1907]
Durham Castle, Great Hall, trophies (7 on view).

   Digitised version
MIA 5/8   [March] 1907
University College Inter-Collegiate crew rowing past St Hild's College, lady with a pram on the bank.

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MIA 5/9   [6 March] 1907
Graduates final, [University College (winners)] rowing past a crowded Banks.

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MIA 5/10   [?6 March 1907]
Graduates, University College crew at ease outside the boathouse, mill beyond.

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MIA 5/11   [c.1907]
C.J. Saunders easied in a scull, St Hild's College beyond.

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MIA 5/12   [?June 1907]
Durham Castle, Norman Gallery, [?graduation] C.J. Saunders and another student in academic dress, full length.

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MIA 5/13   [?June 1907]
Durham Castle, Norman Gallery, [?graduation C.J. Saunders] and five others in academic dress, full length.

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MIA 5/14   1907
Durham, a wooded lane, two students sitting

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Van Der Heyden Scouting photo album
Reference: MIA 6
Dates of creation: [c.1917]
Photographs of boy scouts at camp, many of the Middlesbrough High School Scouts Camp at Osmotherley in July 1917 - the only two captioned photos state this - and other camps of possibly the same group, depicting the various camp and scouting activities, noted by David Ramage (Durham University Librarain and scouter) as belonging to Mr Van Der Heyden.

MIA 6/2/1
Bell tents in a field on a hillside.

MIA 6/2/2
7 scouts in uniform with a scoutmaster round the flagpole.

MIA 6/2/3
Group of men and boys in various attire in front of a tent.

MIA 6/2/4
?Scoutmaster in a towel, ?having just been swimming.

MIA 6/2/5
Gorup of boys in towels, ?having just been swimming.

MIA 6/3/1
Group of scouts in uniform sitting.

MIA 6/3/2
6 boys round a fire with a cauldron.

MIA 6/3/3
4 scouts lying down in front of a wall.

MIA 6/3/4
Scouts sitting and lying in front of a wall.

MIA 6/4/1
Scouts lined up with their plates to receive food from a table.

MIA 6/4/2
3 scouts, 1 with face blackened, with a rug.

MIA 6/4/3
3 boys, 1 with face blackened, in fancy dress.

MIA 6/5/1
“Hound Patrol”, 6 scouts in uniform standing outside a tent.

MIA 6/5/2
Scouts watching 2 men felling a tree.

MIA 6/5/3
5 scouts in uniform standing outside a tent.

MIA 6/6/1
3 scouts sitting in front of a tent eating and drinking.

MIA 6/6/2
4 scouts sitting and standing round a fire.

MIA 6/6/3
Scouts with kit-bags and bicycles on a fenced road.

MIA 6/7/1
Sea scout in uniform sitting.

MIA 6/7/2
Group of scouts, identified: N. Davey, E.G. Newhouse, C.H. Eaton, E.C. Stainthorpe.

MIA 6/7/3
Boys swimming in a lake.

MIA 6/8/1
6 boys getting dressed after swimming.

MIA 6/8/2
1 scout up a tree with others at the base.

MIA 6/9/1
Group of scouts.

MIA 6/9/2
Boys swimming in a lake.

MIA 6/9/3
Boys getting dressed after swimming.

MIA 6/10/1
Scout squatting near trees.

MIA 6/10/2
1 scout lying and 1 scout standing.

MIA 6/10/3
Formal group of 7 scouts, bicycles beyond.

MIA 6/11/1
Formal group of 8 scouts and a ?scoutmaster outside a tent.

MIA 6/11/2
Group of scouts and ?cubs by a road.

MIA 6/11/3
Group of boys with 2 scouts in front of a tent.

MIA 6/12/1
4 scouts looking through a tent flap.

MIA 6/12/2
Boys in swimming costumes on a railed off concrete stand.

MIA 6/12/3
7 scouts in a rowing boat on a lake.

MIA 6/13/1
5 scouts in front of a tent.

MIA 6/13/2
Boys and a girl in swimming costumes on a railed-off concrete stand.

MIA 6/13/3
A small houseboat moored by a bank.

MIA 6/14/1
8 scouts and a scoutmaster in front of a tent.

MIA 6/14/2
7 scouts standing in front of a tent.

MIA 6/14/3
3 boys in swimming costumes and towels.

MIA 6/15/1
Group of scouts in front of tents.

MIA 6/15/2
Tents in front of trees with scouts standing about.

MIA 6/15/3
Scouts sheaving corn in a field.

MIA 6/16/1
Scouts sheaving corn in a field.

MIA 6/16/2
2 scoutmasters, 1 with pipe, standing in front of tents.

MIA 6/16/3
2 scoutmasters, 1 with pipe, standing in front of tents.

MIA 6/17/1
Boys swimming in a lake.

MIA 6/17/2
Boys swimming in and standing beside a lake.

MIA 6/17/3
Boys swimming in a lake.

MIA 6/17/4
Scoutmaster seated with scouts around.

MIA 6/18/1
Scouts pulling a laden cart past a house.

MIA 6/18/2
Scouts pulling a laden cart on the open road.

MIA 6/18/3
Scouts sitting and standing in front of tents with their kit laid out.

MIA 6/19/1
Scouts standing in front of a tent.

MIA 6/19/2
Scouts washing by a lake.

MIA 6/19/3
Scouts washing under showers by a lake.

MIA 6/20/1
Distant view of tents on a hillside [at Osmotherley].

MIA 6/20/2
Scout fishing with a net in a pool.

MIA 6/20/3
2 scouts standing with poles outside a tent.

MIA 6/20/4
Tents in a field.

MIA 6/21/1
Trees by a pond.

MIA 6/21/2
Boys swimming in a pond.

MIA 6/21/3
Boys in towels having been swimming.

MIA 6/22/1
Scouts on parade with the flag and scoutmaster.

MIA 6/22/2
Scouts on parade with the flag, scoutmaster and drummer.

MIA 6/22/3
Group of scouts with the scoutmaster.

MIA 6/23/1
Scouts standing round the flag.

MIA 6/23/2
10 scouts with sticks standing outside a tent.

MIA 6/23/3
7 scouts with the scoutmaster.

MIA 6/24/1
6 scouts standing by a tent, 1 with a guidon, with kit laid out.

MIA 6/24/2
6 scouts standing by a tent, 1 with a guidon, with kit laid out.

MIA 6/24/3
6 scouts standing by a tent, 1 with a guidon, with kit laid out.

MIA 6/25/1
7 scouts with kit laid out in front of tents.

MIA 6/25/2
Scouts doing PT - stretches.

MIA 6/25/3
Scout in teapot stance.

MIA 6/25/4
Scouts doing PT - stretches.

MIA 6/26/1
Scouts doing PT - squats.

MIA 6/26/2
Scouts doing PT - boxing.

MIA 6/26/3
Scouts doing PT - congas.

MIA 6/26/4
Scouts doing PT - congas.

MIA 6/27/1
2 scouts outside a tent.

MIA 6/27/2
Scout holding the flagpole.

MIA 6/27/3
Scout with bracken and hillside beyond.

MIA 6/28/1
Smiling scout outside a tent.

MIA 6/28/2
Ladies and a man - scout families visiting - outside a tent.

MIA 6/28/3
Scouts lined up with plates to receive food at a table.

MIA 6/29/1
3 scouts pulling a small cart.

MIA 6/29/2
Scouts collecting wood.

MIA 6/29/3
Scouts with a small cart, tents beyond.

MIA 6/30/1
Scouts laying out kit on the ground.

MIA 6/30/2
Scouts round a tent with kit in front.

MIA 6/30/3
4 scouts lying in front of a tent.

MIA 6/31/1
Scouts receiving food at a table.

MIA 6/31/2
Line of scouts receiving food at a table.

MIA 6/31/3
Scouts ?washing up plates in large tins.

MIA 6/32/1
Scouts receiving food at a table.

MIA 6/32/2
Scouts receiving food at a table.

MIA 6/32/3
Scouts lining up for food and washing up in tins.

MIA 6/33/1
Scouts lined up with plates.

MIA 6/33/2
Scouts lying about in front of tents eating.

MIA 6/33/3
Group of scouts, with sticks.

MIA 6/34/1
Scouts in fancy dress.

MIA 6/34/2
Group of scouts by a wall in front of a house, ?in Osmotherley.

MIA 6/34/3
Scouts in various, some fancy, dress.

MIA 6/35/1
Tents with scouts laying out kit.

MIA 6/35/2
Scouts forming an arch of sticks for military dignitaries to walk under.

MIA 6/35/3
Scouts forming an arch of sticks for military dignitaries to walk under.

MIA 6/36/1
Scouts at attention with their sticks by their kit, being inspected by an officer.

MIA 6/36/2
Scouts at attention with their sticks by their kit, being inspected by an officer, flag behind.

MIA 6/36/3
Scouts at attention with their sticks by their kit, being inspected by an officer.

MIA 6/37/1
Scouts forming an arch of sticks for the officer to go under.

MIA 6/37/2
Scouts folding up their kit.

MIA 6/37/3
Scouts clambering about a lorry outside a house.

MIA 6/38/1
3 scouts with bicycles on a road.

MIA 6/38/2
Boys swimming in a lake.

MIA 6/38/3
Group of scouts.

MIA 6/38/4
3 scouts around 2 men, 1 sitting with a camera.

MIA 6/38/5
3 scouts, 1 sitting on a post, on a beach.

MIA 6/38/6
Scouts getting changed after swimming.

MIA 6/39/1
Group of scouts standing on a beach.

MIA 6/39/2
Group of scouts sitting on a beach.

MIA 6/39/3
Group of scouts sitting on a beach.

MIA 6/39/4
Person tending to a vegetable patch.

MIA 6/39/5
3 boys sitting in front of an awning on a beach.

MIA 6/40/1
Scout blowing a bugle in a tent opening.

MIA 6/40/2
Boys marching off from a tented camp.

MIA 6/40/3
Boys doing PT on a road - star jumps.

MIA 6/41/1
Boys doing PT on a road - boxing.

MIA 6/41/2
Scout shaving a scoutmaster sitting outside his tent.

MIA 6/41/3
Scouts lined up with plates to receive food from a table.

MIA 6/42/1
Scouts lining up to receive food.

MIA 6/42/2
Scouts lined up with plates and cups to receive food from a table.

MIA 6/42/3
3 scouts with mugs looking out of [the cookhouse] window.

MIA 6/43/1
Scout standing outside a tent eating off a plate.

MIA 6/43/2
Scout standing outside a tent with a mug and piece of toast.

MIA 6/43/3
2 scouts sitting inside a tent with mugs and food.

MIA 6/44/1
Scouts laying out kit in the casmpsite.

MIA 6/44/2
Scouts laying out kit in the campsite.

MIA 6/44/3
6 scouts sitting in and on a handcart.

MIA 6/45/1
Scouts parading.

MIA 6/45/2
Kit laid out in front of tents.

MIA 6/45/3
Scouts organising their kit outside tents.

MIA 6/46/1
Scouts trooping over a wooden bridge next to a ford.

MIA 6/46/2
Scouts trooping over a wooden bridge next to a ford.

MIA 6/46/3
Group of scouts in the church at Mount Grace priory by the crossing.

MIA 6/46/4
Group of scouts in the church at Mount Grace priory.

MIA 6/47/1
Scouts cutting steps on a hillside.

MIA 6/47/2
Scouts cutting steps on a hillside.

MIA 6/47/3
Scouts with a cartload of lumber at the campsite.

MIA 6/47/4
Scouts with ropes [pulling a cart].

MIA 6/48/1
Scouts standing behind their laid-out kit, tents beyond.

MIA 6/48/2
Scouts standing behind their laid-out kit, tents beyond.

MIA 6/48/3
Scouts standing behind their laid-out kit, tents beyond.

MIA 6/48/4
Scouts standing behind their laid-out kit, tents beyond.

MIA 6/49/1
Scouts standing behind their laid-out kit, tents beyond.

MIA 6/49/2
Scouts standing behind their laid-out kit, tents beyond.

MIA 6/49/3
Four scouts with a scoutmaster in front of a tent.

MIA 6/50/1
Scoutmaster talking to assembled scouts.

MIA 6/50/2
Three scouts in front of a tent.

MIA 6/50/3
Scout sitting by a stream.

MIA 6/51/1
Parade of scouts being inpecting.

MIA 6/51/2
Scouting dignitaries observing a camp-fire, open kettles and a barrel.

MIA 6/52/1
Line-up of scouts behind their kit, tents beyond.

MIA 6/52/2
Assembled scouts with some seniors standing around a road.

MIA 6/53/1
Group of scouts, some dressed up as ?pirates.

MIA 6/53/2
Group of scouts in various fancy dress.

MIA 6/53/3
Six scouts in various fancy dress, including one blacked up.

MIA 6/54/1
Scouts preparing for a tug of war.

MIA 6/54/2
Two scouts having a pillow fight on a pole, with spectators.

MIA 6/54/3
Two scouts having a pillow fight on a pole, both falling off, with spectators.

MIA 6/55/1
Two scouts having a pillow fight on a pole, with spectators.

MIA 6/55/2
Two scouts having a pillow fight on a pole, with spectators.

MIA 6/55/3
Two scouts having a pillow fight on a pole, with spectators.

MIA 6/56/1
Scouts admiring the [resultant] broken pole.

MIA 6/56/2
Scouts playing ?rounders.

MIA 6/56/3
Four boys changing after/before swimming.

MIA 6/57/1
Scouts changing after/before swimming.

MIA 6/57/2
Boy in the trees.

MIA 6/58/1
Two scouts by a stream.

MIA 6/58/2
Scouts in/by a stream.

MIA 6/58/3
Scouts changing.

MIA 6/58/4
Six scouts sitting in the shadows.

MIA 6/59/1
Car full parked on the roadside by a wall.

MIA 6/59/2
Two scouts sitting in a rowan tree by a fence.

MIA 6/59/3
Scout lying down in the previous hitgrass next hit.

MIA 6/59/4
Scouts lying down in the previous hitgrass.

MIA 6/59/5
Lady standing by the door of a stone cottage.

University of Durham Centenary Celebrations scrapbook
Reference: MIA 7
Dates of creation: June 1936 - December 1937, mostly 1 July 1937
A record of the centenary celebrations of the university of Durham at Durham on 1 July 1937, comprising photograph proofs of the convocation in the Durham Castle quadrangle, all the formal programmes, service papers and invites for the various functions in Durham and Newcastle and the associated correspondence, seating plans, with also the previous and subsequent newspaper pieces on the celebrations.
For further material on the centenary celebrations, see UND/AA1/3.

MIA 7/1   3 July 1937
Printed invitation to the celebrations, with the university crest at the head and the university seal at the foot.
Language:  Latin

MIA 7/2   1/2 July 1937
Printed programme of the celebrations in Durham and Newcastle.

MIA 7/3   1/2 July 1937
Printed detailed progamme of events with the names of delegates from various academic institutions.

MIA 7/4   1 July 1937
Printed invitation from the university to luncheon in Durham Castle Great Hall.

MIA 7/5   1 July 1937
Printed invitation from Durham City to luncheon in Durham Town Hall.

MIA 7/6   1 July 1937
Printed invitation from the university to a garden party in Durham Castle Fellows' Garden.

MIA 7/7   1 July 1937
Printed invitation from the university to a banquet in Durham Castle Great Hall.

MIA 7/8   1 July 1937
Printed invitation from Durham Colleges to a reception in Durham Castle.

MIA 7/9   2 July 1937
Printed invitation from the university to a luncheon in the Grand Assembly Rooms, Barras Bridge, Newcastle-upon-Tyne.

MIA 7/10   [1 July 1937]
Order of the procession to Durham cathedral.

MIA 7/11   1 July 1937
Ticket to the service in Durham cathedral.

MIA 7/12   1 July 1937
Service of Thanksgiving in Durham cathedral service paper.

MIA 7/13   1 July 1937
Seating plan for the luncheon [in Durham Castle].

MIA 7/14   1 July 1937
Menu for the luncheon in Durham Castle Great Hall.

MIA 7/15   1 July 1937
Menu for the luncheon in Durham Town Hall, including a timeline of significant events in the histories of the city and university.

MIA 7/16   [1 July 1937]
List of honorary graduates.

MIA 7/17   1 July 1937
Ticket for the special convocation in Durham Castle quadrangle.

MIA 7/18   1 July 1937
Ticket for the special convocation in Durham Castle quadrangle.

MIA 7/19   1 July 1937
Ticket for the special convocation in Durham Castle quadrangle.

MIA 7/20   1 July 1937
Programme for convocation presided over by the chancellor.

MIA 7/21   [1 July 1937]
Script for the chancellor for convocation.

MIA 7/22   [1 July 1937]
Score of E.C. Bairstow's “Salve, Salve”, sung at convocation.

MIA 7/23   [1 July 1937]
Score of E.C. Bairstow's “Ode in praise of Durham”, sung at convocation.

MIA 7/24   1 July 1937
Seating plan for the banquet in Durham Castle.

MIA 7/25   1 July 1937
Programme for the banquet in Durham Castle, including menu, list of toasts and music sung.

MIA 7/26   2 July 1937
Menu for the luncheon in the Grand Assembly Rooms, Newcastle upon Tyne.

MIA 7/27   [July 1937]
Steward's badge in the form of a rossette.

MIA 7/28   [1 July 1937]
Programme of music for the afternoon and evening, detailing titles and running times.

MIA 7/29   27 June 1937
The Observer newspaper cutting about the centenary celebrations,

MIA 7/30   28 June 1937
The Daily Telegraph newspaper cutting by Prof W.L. Renwick of Armstrong College on the centenary and the coming together of theology, medicine and science.

MIA 7/31   28 June 1937
The Times newspaper cutting on the centenary.

MIA 7/32   29 June 1937
The Yorkshire Post newspaper cutting by Prof C.E. Whiting on the centenary, including a picture of a rowing race on the Wear.

MIA 7/33   July 1937
The Church Times newspaper cutting on the centenary titled “Its Great Work for the Church”.

MIA 7/34   2 July 1937
The Times newspaper cutting reporting on the centenary celebrations.

MIA 7/35   2 July 1937
The Newcastle Journal newspaper cutting reporting on the centenary celebrations.

MIA 7/36   2 July 1937
The Yorkshire Post newspaper cutting being a photograph of the convocation procession outside the library on Palace Green heading for the cathedral led by the chancellor, Lord Londonderry.

MIA 7/37   2 July 1937
The Yorkshire Post newspaper cutting reporting on the centenary celebrations and espcially Dr Henson's sermon, titled “Universities as Watchdogs of Human Liberties”.

MIA 7/38   2 July 1937
Durham County Advertiser newspaper cuttings of three photographs of convocation:
1. Lord Londonderry conferring an honorary DCL on Lord Cadman.
2. Seated honoraries including Dr C.A. Alington, Dr P.P. Bedson, Lod Cadman, the Hon J.A. Hanan, Sir John Jarvis, and Rev S.R.P. Moulsdale.
3. Lord Dawson of Penn being presented to Lord Londonderry.

MIA 7/39   2 July 1937
Durham County Advertiser newspaper cutting reporting on the centenary cathedral service, listing all the delegates present, the bishop's sermon, and the convocation, with synopses on the honorary graduates.

MIA 7/40   2 July 1937
Durham County Advertiser newspaper cutting being a formal group picture of the chancellor, academics, officials, honorary graduates and delegates in front of Durham Castle Great Hall steps.

MIA 7/41   2 July 1937
Durham County Advertiser newspaper cutting of the assembled seated convocation in Durham Castle Great Hall quadrangle.

MIA 7/42   3 July 1937
The Newcastle Journal newspaper cutting being an editiorial titled “Liberating Higher Education”.

MIA 7/43   [3 July 1937]
The Newcastle Journal newspaper cutting on the College of Medicine's open day.

MIA 7/44   3 July 1937
The Times newspaper cutting being a photograph of convocation with the chancellor presenting degrees on the steps of Durham Castle Great Hall, with scaffolding around.

MIA 7/45   4 July 1937
The Observer newspaper cutting by Ivor Brown on “The Northern Scholar”.

MIA 7/46   3 July 1936
Circular letter from the registrar appointing members of the Ladies Hospitality Sub-Committee to provide enetertainments for guests at the centenary celebrations.

MIA 7/47   [June 1937]
List of delegates to the celebrations and honorary graduands, with those providing hospitality for them.

MIA 7/48   2 June 1937
Inviation to attend the cathedral service.

MIA 7/49   [July 1937]
Statement of accounts for the centenary celebrations.

MIA 7/50   [June 1937]
Notification that Sir Allen Mawer and Mr Walter Leslie Runciman will not be able to attend convocation to receive their honorary degrees, and will instead receive them in December.

MIA 7/51   [June 1937]
Invitation to the cathedral service and convocation.

MIA 7/52   May 1937
Invitation to apply for garage accomodation for cars.

MIA 7/53   [June 1937]
Notice to be affixed to cars.

MIA 7/54   [1 July 1937]
University procession crossing Durham Castle quadrangle en route to the cathedral, led by the bedel and chancellor, with a German 10 cm K14 light artillery piece in the background. (One of 724 produced by Krupps at the beginning of WW1; some examples were adapted as mountain guns although there is not enough detail to say if this is one of them. An improved version, the K17/L45, was produced in 1917 at which point the K14 seems to have been redesignated K14/L35 to record its shorter barrel.gun. (Ex info A.H. Fraser.)) Proof.

MIA 7/55   [1 July 1937]
University procession coming through Durham Castle gateway en route to the cathedral, led by the chancellor. Proof.

MIA 7/56   [1 July 1937]
University procession leaving Durham Castle bailey, en route to the cathedral, led by the chancellor, with onlookers.

MIA 7/57   [1 July 1937]
University procession passing along Palace Green en route to the cathedral, led by the chancellor. Proof.

MIA 7/58   [1 July 1937]
University procession returning from the cathedral into Durham Castle bailey led by the chancellor. Proof.

MIA 7/59   [1 July 1937]
Convocation seated in the Durham Castle quadrangle, honorary graduands, delegates, members of senate and staff. Proof.

MIA 7/60   [1 July 1937]
Convocation standing in Durham Castle quadrangle during the trumpet fanfare.

MIA 7/61   [1 July 1937]
Convocation in Durham Castle quadrangle, Lord Denham being presented to the chancellor Lord Londonderry. Proof.

MIA 7/62   [1 July 1937]
After convocation, two academics conferring. Proof.

MIA 7/63   [1 July 1937]
Convocation, honorary graduates seated in Durham Castle quadrangle.

MIA 7/64   [1 July 1937]
Convocation, formal group on the Castle Hall steps.

MIA 7/65   [1 July 1937]
Convocation, view from behind of the audience and the dais party in Durham Castle quadrangle, scaffolding around.

MIA 7/66   3 July 1937
The Manchester Guardian newspaper cutting describing the celebrations.

MIA 7/67   3 July 1937
The Manchester Guardian newspaper cutting being a picture of convocation in Durham Castle quadrangle, showing the audience and dais party, with scaffolding around.

MIA 7/68   December 1937
Durham University Journal vol.XXX no.4 report on the centenary celebrations.

James Haworth photos
Reference: MIA 8
Dates of creation: [c.1900]
The photos are mainly of resorts in Switzerland, and were probably bought commercially to judge by the sequence numbers and firms' names at the foot of some. Howarth, in his Who's Who entry, lists as a recreation, “walking”, and the date of the pictures may be c.1900.
Rev. James Haworth (born 17 December 1853, Blackburn; died Easter Monday 6 April 1942, at Gordon Mount, Crossgate Peth, Durham City) graduated from Hatfield College in 1879, with a degree in maths. He returned to Durham in 1885 as vice-principal of St Hild's College (Church of England training college for women teachers), and was principal of the college from 1888 until 1910. He was vicar of Haswell, Sunderland, 1910-1913 and of South Hetton 1913-1938, when he finally retired aged 85.
Presented by Miss Margot Johnson of Durham, who acquired the collection from Miss Haworth, presumably Canon Haworth's sister, who lived in the Bailey, in 1960.
The prints have been arranged alphabetically by town irrespective of country, and have been placed individually in acid-free-paper covers. Some of the subjects are not identified and these have been placed at the end of the sequence.

MIA 8/1
Antwerp (Belgium): Castle: ship museum on the river Scheldt.
At foot: ANVERS.STEEN. 66

MIA 8/2
Ardez (Switzerland, SW of Scholz unter Engadin).
At foot: Ed: Schroeder & Cie Zürich. 1707. Ardertz (Steinsberg)

MIA 8/3
Arolla (Switzerland, 15 miles SSE of Sion in the Valais canton).
At foot: No.1566 AROLLA

MIA 8/4
Bern (Switzerland): Minster from the west front.
At foot: 13340 BERN-Münster. G. Sommer-Napoli.

MIA 8/5
Bern (Switzerland): Minster, interior, looking westwards.
At foot: 13338 BERN-MÜNSTER. G. Sommer-Napoli.

MIA 8/6
Bern (Switzerland): Beargarden.
At foot: 13327 BERN-Bärengraben. G. Sommer-Napoli

MIA 8/7
Bernina (Swiss/Italian border): Bernina-Piz, 9 miles SSE of St. Moritz: with Morteratsch glacier.
At foot: Edit. Schroeder & Cie. Zurich. 2082. Berninagruppe & Morteratschgletscher.

MIA 8/8
Brunnen (Switzerland, SW of Schwyz on Urner See in Schwyz canton) with, in the background, Grosser Mythen mountain (1902m)

MIA 8/9
Chillon (Switzerland): 13th century castle on the east shore of Lake Geneva.

MIA 8/10
Evolène (Switzerland, in the Nalais canton at the south end of Val d'Hérens), with La Dent Blanche, 4359m.

MIA 8/11
Grindelwald (Switzerland, Bern canton, mountain climbing resort 9 miles ESE of Interlaken).
At foot: 11984. GRINDELWALD

MIA 8/12
Grindelwald.
At foot: 12854 GRINDELWALD - Oberer Gletcher. G. Sommer - Napoli

MIA 8/13
Interlaken (Switzerland) and Bernese alps, with, in the background, Jungfrau 13,653 ft.
At foot: 11963 INTERLAKEN & THE JUNGFRAU

MIA 8/14
Lauterbrunnen (Switzerland, Bern canton) with, in the background, Jungfrau.
At foot: 11975 LAUTERBRUNNEN & THE JUNGFRAU

MIA 8/15
Lauterbrunnen: waterfall of the Staubbach, 980 ft.
At foot: 13166 LAUTERBRUNNEN - Staubbach. G. Sommer - Napoli

MIA 8/16
Leukerbad (Switzerland, Valais canton): thermal springs, with Gemmi Pass in the background to the north.
At foot: 7575 LOECHE LES BAINS & THE GEMMI

MIA 8/17
Lucerne (Switzerland): from the south bank of river Reuss showing the old town.
At foot: 12599 Luzern

MIA 8/18
Lucerne: from the river towards the Hofkirche.

MIA 8/19
Lucerne: glacier garden.
At foot: 12108 Luzern. Gletschergarten G. Sommer - Napoli

MIA 8/20
Lucerne: from the Hofkirche towards the river.

MIA 8/21
Lucerne: from the garden on the north bank of the river Reuss.

MIA 8/22
Monte Rosa (Switzerland, Valais canton, south of Zermatt, on the border with Italy), seen from the Monte Moro pass.
At foot: 5357. Le Mont-Rose vu du Monte-Moro

MIA 8/23
Pontresina (Switzerland, Grisons canton), with the Roseg glacier.
At foot: EDIT. PHOTOGLOB 1492. Pontresina et le glacier Roseg

MIA 8/24
Roseg glacier (Switzerland, Grisons canton, near Pontresina).
At foot: Ed. Schroeder & Cie Zürich. 1524 Glacier Roseg

MIA 8/25
Saint Moritz (Switzerland, Grisons canton).
At foot: Edit. Schroeder & Cie. Zürich. 1547. St Moritz

MIA 8/26
Schwyz (Switzerland): Lac des Cantons [viz: Uri, Unterwalden, Lucerne & Schwyz], with the Mythen mountains.

MIA 8/27
Sion (Switzerland, Valais canton, on the Rhone).
At foot: 86. Sion. Valais.

MIA 8/28
Tarasp (Switzerland, Grisons canton): Vulpera.
At foot: EDIT. PHOTOGLOB. 1702 Vulpera. Schuls, Sins

MIA 8/29
Tarasp: Schloss.
At foot: Edit. Schweder & Cie. Zürich. 1708. Schloss Tarasp

MIA 8/30
Tarasp: with Bad Tarasp, curative mineral springs, and Vulpera, 20 miles east of Darras.
At foot: Ed. Schroeder & Cie Zürich. 1722 Tarasp-Bad & Vulpera

MIA 8/31
Weggis (Switzerland, Lucerne canton).
At foot: 65 Weggis

MIA 8/32
Zermatt (Switzerland, Valais canton), with the Matterhorn in the background.
At foot: ZERMATT & THE MATTERHORN

C.W. Gibby railway photo album
Reference: MIA 9
Dates of creation: [c. early 1960s]
Co. Durham railway stations, related buildings and locomotive works, with a few trains in action, taken and identified by Dr. C.W. Gibby.
Presented by Dr. Gibby

MIA 9/1a
Pittington: platform and station sign, derelict.

MIA 9/1b
Pittington: platform and waiting room, derelict, level crossing in centre background, bridge beyond.

MIA 9/1c-d
Shincliffe: signal box and station house.

MIA 9/2a-d
Bantling Castle: 1836 Stanhope limekilns railway; 4 views of the tunnel in a state of advanced decay.

MIA 9/3a
Bantling Castle: 1836 Stanhope limekilns railway.

MIA 9/3b
Rowley: station house and signal box, derelict.

MIA 9/3c-d
Cox Green: station buildings and signal box .

MIA 9/4a
Plawsworth: station master's house, fenced off.

MIA 9/4b
Plawsworth: station buildings, platform edge gone.

MIA 9/4c-d
Thornley: derelict station buildings.

MIA 9/5a
Hunwick: platform and wooden offices and waiting room.

MIA 9/5b
Hunwick: booking hall and parcels office.

MIA 9/5c
Hunwick: Hunwick bridge approach.

MIA 9/d
Hunwick: Hunwick bridge.

MIA 9/6a
Coxhoe: Coxhoe Bridge station.

MIA 9/6b
Piercebridge: station and level crossing, men working on the line.

MIA 9/6c
Piercebridge: station house front door.

MIA 9/6d
Piercebridge: platform with indentations.

MIA 9/7a
Beamish: Beamish Hall, goods train, 42062 pulling tankers.

MIA 9/b
Beamish: Beamish Hall, signal box.

MIA 9/c
Beamish: Beamish Hall, goods train, wagons.

MIA 9/d
Beamish: Beamish Hall, signal.

MIA 9/8a
Durham (North Road): north bound platform buildings, Singer and Mini cars parked outside.

MIA 9/8b
Durham (North Road): main station buildings, approach.

MIA 9/8c
Durham (North Road): main station buildings, approach.

MIA 9/8d
Waterhouses: station buildings and platform.

MIA 9/9a
Lanchester: signal box, platform gone.

MIA 9/9b
Lanchester: water tower.

MIA 9/9c
Lanchester: station house, platform side.

MIA 9/9d
Lanchester: station house, approach side.

MIA 9/10a
Witton Gilbert: station house and platform.

MIA 9/10b
Broadwood: guards van.

MIA 9/10c
Witton Gilbert: signal box .

MIA 9/10d
Broadwood: signal box.

MIA 9/11a
Crook: station.

MIA 9/11b
Bearpark: signal box.

MIA 9/11c
Crook: station and car park, Morris Minor TAJ509.

MIA 9/11d
Crook: signal box and debris of demolished bridge on the line.

MIA 9/12a
Coundon: Station Tavern.

MIA 9/12b
Coundon: station house.

MIA 9/12c
Bishop Auckland: signal gantry.

MIA 9/12d
Bishop Auckland (East): station and signal box.

MIA 9/13a
Shotley Bridge: station house in a state of decay.

MIA 9/13b
Birtley: station buildings.

MIA 9/13c
Chester-le-Street: platform and bridge.

MIA 9/13d
Chester-le-Street: buildings on bridge above track.

MIA 9/14a
Sherburn Hill: station house.

MIA 9/14b
Washington: station buildings and platform.

MIA 9/14c
Easington Colliery: derelict station buildings and track.

MIA 9/14d
Boldon: train steaming beneath station bridge.

MIA 9/15a
Willington: station buildings with pit heap in background.

MIA 9/15b
Willington: station buildings.

MIA 9/15c
Byers Green: station buildings.

MIA 9/15d
Byers Green: station buildings.

MIA 9/16a
South Church: station name plate.

MIA 9/16b
South Church: station buildings.

MIA 9/16c
Barnard Castle: station and platform, interior.

MIA 9/16d
Barnard Castle: station and platform, exterior.

MIA 9/17a
Brandon Colliery: wooden station house.

MIA 9/17b
Brandon Colliery: bridge with buildings over track.

MIA 9/17c
Ushaw Moor: wooden viaduct.

MIA 9/17d
Ushaw Moor: wooden viaduct over road.

MIA 9/18a
Cockfield Fell: derelict station buildings.

MIA 9/18b
Cockfield Fell: derelict station buildings.

MIA 9/18c
Elstob crossing: level crossing and car, Austin RUP396.

MIA 9/18d
Elstob crossing: level crossing with the line beyond blocked by a new road embankment, piles of track.

MIA 9/19a
Sedgefield: waiting room.

MIA 9/19b
Evenwood: derelict station buildings, track removed.

MIA 9/19c
West Auckland: station buildings and track.

MIA 9/19d
Yarm: station buildings.

MIA 9/20a
Stillington: station buildings.

MIA 9/20b
Bishopton Lane: signal box and level crossing.

MIA 9/20c
Wynyard: station buildings.

MIA 9/20d
Thorpe Thewlis: station buildings, derelict.

MIA 9/21a
Wear Valley Junction: station buildings.

MIA 9/21b
Witton-le-Wear: station buildings.

MIA 9/21c
Smelt House: station buildings.

MIA 9/21d
Witton Park: station buildings.

MIA 9/22a
Morden: station buildings.

MIA 9/22b
Seaham Harbour: station buildings and derelict line.

MIA 9/22c
Murton: station and signal box, bridge beyond.

MIA 9/22d
Seaham Hall: station building and level crossing.

MIA 9/23a-d
Darlington: locomotive works: smelting shop.

MIA 9/24a-d
Darlington: locomotive works: engine shop.

MIA 9/25a-b
Darlington: locomotive works: engine shop interiors.

MIA 9/25c
Brusselton: engine house.

MIA 9/25d
Darlington: locomotive works: engine shop interior.

MIA 9/26a
Castle Eden: embankment and house.

MIA 9/26b
Castle Eden: line & signal box.

MIA 9/26c
Heighington: buildings and level crossing in use, station master and trolleys.

MIA 9/26d
Seaton Carew: station and track.

MIA 9/27a
West Cornforth: buildings, track, signal box and level crossing.

MIA 9/27b
West Cornforth: station buildings.

MIA 9/27c
Gateshead west: station platform, passengers assembled.

MIA 9/27d
Gateshead west: station entrance, Wheatsheaf bread van and Ford Anglia estate.

MIA 9/28a
Fence Houses: station with bridge, signal box and level crossing.

MIA 9/28b
Fence Houses: station.

MIA 9/28c
Spennymoor: station.

MIA 9/28d
Spennymoor: station.

MIA 9/29a
Consett: station with goods train.

MIA 9/29b
Consett: station with ramp approach.

MIA 9/29c
Darlington (North Road): drinking trough.

MIA 9/29d
Darlington (North Road): station house from the front, verandah.

MIA 9/30a
Penshaw: from the signal box.

MIA 9/30b
Penshaw: station, part demolished.

MIA 9/30c
Beechburn: station.

MIA 9/30d
Beechburn: J5 number plate on no.2 station building.

MIA 9/31a
Wolsingham: station house.

MIA 9/31b
Frosterley: station house.

MIA 9/31c
Stanhope: station and bridge.

MIA 9/31d
Wearhead: station and platform.

MIA 9/32a
Bensham: former station buildings in other use as Hamilton Colorcraft Ltd.

MIA 9/32b
Redmarshall: station buildings derelict.

MIA 9/32c
Ebchester: station buildings derelict.

MIA 9/32d
Pelton: steam locomotive on the line pulling wagons with the pit in the background.

MIA 9/33a
Pallion: station with bridge.

MIA 9/33b
Witton Gilbert: station house.

MIA 9/33c
Haswell: level crossing, signal box and station buildings.

MIA 9/33d
Hetton-le-Hole: station buildings derelict.

MIA 9/34a
Billingham: view of line, locomotive and goods wagons from the station.

MIA 9/34b-d
Billingham: station buildings, bridge and signal box.

MIA 9/35a
Greatham: station building.

MIA 9/35b
Billingham: station with steam locomotive.

MIA 9/35c
Greatham: station building.

MIA 9/35d
South Hylton: station with level crossing.

MIA 9/36a
Blackhill: station derelict, with flat-bed goods trucks on the track.

MIA 9/36b
Blackhill: water tower and signal.

MIA 9/36c
Blackhill: covered bridge.

MIA 9/36d
High Westwood: bridge.

MIA 9/37a-c
Brancepeth: station.

MIA 9/37d
Brancepeth: station house.

MIA 9/38a-b
Tow Law: station.

MIA 9/38c
Dinsdale: station from the road.

MIA 9/38d
Dinsdale: station with track.

MIA 9/39a
Winston: stile by track.

MIA 9/39b
Winston: station, level crossing and signal box.

MIA 9/39c
Gainford: letter box: VR.

MIA 9/39d
Gainford: station.

MIA 9/40a
Broomielaw: platform and bridge.

MIA 9/40b
Broomielaw: station house and covered bridge.

MIA 9/40c
Waskerley: steam tender locomotive 0-8-0 No.63368.

MIA 9/40d
Broomielaw: station.

MIA 9/41a
Belmont Junction: water tower.

MIA 9/41b
Belmont Junction: signal box.

MIA 9/41c
Belmont Junction: water tower and signal box.

MIA 9/41d
Belmont Junction: water tower.

MIA 9/42a
Ferryhill: station and tracks.

MIA 9/42b
Urpeth: station, level crossing, and signal box.

MIA 9/42c
Ferryhill: station house, Austin Princess car.

MIA 9/42d
Ferryhill: station, platforms and track, men working on the track..

MIA 9/43a
High Souk: station buildings, presumably from the back.

MIA 9/43b
Springwell: sidings and pithead.

MIA 9/43c
Burn Hill: track and derelict buildings.

MIA 9/43d
Parson Byers: old level crossing.

MIA 9/44a
Wearhead: derelict station buildings.

MIA 9/44b
Stanhope: coal drop.

MIA 9/44c
Stanhope: station.

C.W. Gibby railways & buildings photo album
Reference: MIA 10
Dates of creation: mostly the 1950s and 1960s
Photos taken by Dr. C.W. Gibby of buildings in Durham City. He was particularly concerned with those demolished in the 1950s and 1960s, and also railway stations and viaducts in Co Durham, continuing the collection in MIA 9 above, also by Dr. Gibby.

MIA 10/1   c.1950
Framwellgate: looking south east.

MIA 10/2   c.1950
Framwellgate: looking towards Framwellgate Peth, with Blagdons brickworks in the foreground.

MIA 10/3   c.1950
Atherton Street, with Hauxwells Foundry and the Station Hotel.

MIA 10/4   c.1950
Framwellgate: with Blagdons brickworks and the Riverside Cafe in the foreground.

MIA 10/5   c.1960
Castle Chare: from the foot looking towards the railway viaduct.

MIA 10/6   c.1960
North Road: from beneath the viaduct, looking east with the Station Hotel in the foreground.

MIA 10/7   c.1950
Castle Chare: looking over the river.

MIA 10/8   c.1960
Castle Chare: from houses, now gone, near the west end of St. Godric's.

MIA 10/9   c.1960
New Elvet: looking north, showing demolition beginning on the site for Dunelm House, with the Hare and Hounds pub and adjacent buildings still standing.

MIA 10/10   c.1960
New Elvet: overlooking the Wear from the subsequent Kingsgate Bridge site.

MIA 10/11   c.1960
New Elvet: buildings being demolished at the site of the new access to Kingsgate Bridge.

MIA 10/12   c.1960
New Elvet: buildings being demolished at the site of the new access to Kingsgate Bridge.

MIA 10/13   c.1960
Quarry Heads Lane: White Gates, Mini van 3042PT parked in front.

MIA 10/14   c.1960
Margery Lane: looking towards Crossgate, traffic.

MIA 10/15   c.1960
Margery Lane and Palatine View, road sign, billboards.

MIA 10/16   c.1960
Sutton Street, railway viaduct.

MIA 10/17   c.1960
Old Elvet: from Waterboard to Masonic Hall, van parked.

MIA 10/18
Old Elvet: from Chapel passage, car parked.

MIA 10/19
Old Elvet: Waterboard.

MIA 10/20
Old Elvet: Waterboard.

MIA 10/21
Providence Row: old entrance from Claypath.

MIA 10/22
Claypath: looking towards St. Nicholas church, single decker bus.

MIA 10/23
Providence Row: looking towards Wearside School, cars parked.

MIA 10/24
Providence Row: looking towards Wearside School, cars parked.

MIA 10/25
Pelaw Leazes and Woodbine Cottage.

MIA 10/26
Elvet Waterside.

MIA 10/27
Claypath.

MIA 10/28
Elvet Waterside, cars parked.

MIA 10/29
Claypath: Bailes Yard, ?Humber van parked OWS103 .

MIA 10/30
Claypath: Bailes Yard, ?Humber van parked OWS103.

MIA 10/31
Walkergate: Mackays carpet factory, Land Rover LWB soft-top 242EPE.

MIA 10/32
Walkergate: Mackay's carpet factory.

MIA 10/33-44
South Street/Crossgate: timberframed house at the foot of Crossgate below St. Margaret's church, timber frame exposed, general and details.

MIA 10/45-48
Silver Street: Sir John Duck's house.

MIA 10/49-52
Chapel Passage: Methodist Chapel in the process of demolition.

MIA 10/53-54
Old metal Baths Bridge, construction work with a crane at the Baths end.

MIA 10/55
Margery Lane.

MIA 10/56
Gilesgate: Durham Ox pub, two men leaning against the window.

MIA 10/57
River Wear from St. Oswald's banks.

MIA 10/58
Grape Lane: old houses and lanes from the rear gardens.

MIA 10/59
Grape Lane: houses.

MIA 10/60
Silver Street: Sir John Duck's house, detail.

MIA 10/61
New Baths Bridge, with Pelaw Leazes still standing in background.

MIA 10/62-64
Gilesgate: Moodys buildings front and back.

MIA 10/65-66
Crossgate: old toll house at the foot of Crossgate Peth/ Nevilledale Terrace, bill boards.

MIA 10/67
Gilesgate: Moody's buildings front.

MIA 10/68
Gilesgate: curved chimney at 173 Gilesgate (Salkelds).

MIA 10/69-71
New Elvet: site cleared for Dunelm House, buildings propped up, cars in car park.

MIA 10/72
Sutton Street: looking towards Parkside, road sign, saloon car parked PYF562.

MIA 10/73-80
Gilesgate: former goods railway station, unhitched vehcile, railway goods wagons outside and inside, fixed cranes outside and inside.

MIA 10/81
Durham Cathedral: interior: view of north aisle.

MIA 10/82
Durham Cathedral: Christmas tree in North Transept.

MIA 10/83-85
Quarry Heads Lane/Potters Bank: Toll House, lorries in the distance.

MIA 10/86
Allergate: former hospital on Crossgate side, cars parked including ?Riley GCB110.

MIA 10/87-88
Gilesgate: former goods station exteriors.

MIA 10/89-91
Chapel Passage: demolition of Methodist Chapel, interior.

MIA 10/92-93
Stockton Road: New Inn and cottages now demolished.

MIA 10/94
North Bailey: (then St. Chad's College) doorway.

MIA 10/95
Brusselton: railway arch over farm underpass, man on wall.

MIA 10/96
.Brusselton: level crossing, boy, motorbike and van beyond.

MIA 10/97
Shildon: station coal drops, double signal gantry.

MIA 10/98
Etherley: top of railway incline, sheds.

MIA 10/99
Darlington: railway bridge over the river Skerne, pipes.

MIA 10/100
Stockton-on-Tees: old station building.

MIA 10/101
Heighington: station, rear.

MIA 10/102
Shildon: station and platform, waiting room and bridge.

MIA 10/103
Sherburn House station, bridge beyond.

MIA 10/104-108
Hownes Gill: railway viaduct, from the side and along the tracks.

MIA 10/109
Etherley: railway houses plaque “H5”.

MIA 10/110
Brusselton: railway incline.

MIA 10/111-112
Crawley Bank: remains of old winding house and gear.

MIA 10/113
Crawley Kilns: house, plaque “K1”.

MIA 10/114
Heighington: station, rear.

MIA 10/115-116
Tanfield arch.

MIA 10/117
Blanchland: station, platform sign, H.Pooley & Son 5 ton 1921 weighbridge.

MIA 10/118
Crawley Bank: winding house, car parked.

MIA 10/119-121
Trinity College School, Stratford-upon-Avon, founded by Rev John Day Collis 1870, street frontage with founder's plaque.

MIA 10/122
Prebends Bridge under snow.

MIA 10/123
Prebends Bridge: pathway cordoned off about to be repaired.

MIA 10/124-125   [c.1955]
Prebends Bridge under repair.

MIA 10/126
Prebends walk: Professor T.S. Evans's walk with the stone lintel mark 133 yards.

MIA 10/127
Prebends Gate (Dr. Gibby's house, near the White Gates).

MIA 10/128-132
Brusselton (?), excavating a pavement.

MIA 10/133-135
Tanfield arch.

MIA 10/136
Brusselton: cottages.

MIA 10/137
Brusselton: Engine House.

MIA 10/138
Crawley Bank: Hog Hill Tunnel.

MIA 10/139
Crawley Kilns: house.

H.B. Tristram photo album
Reference: MIA 11
Dates of creation: late 19th century
Photographs of medieval churches and a few other buildings, mostly in England and Scotland, and scenery in Scotland, Devon, Belgium, Italy, Switzerland and Israel. Most (possibly all) are commercial photographs. Many have the photographer's serial number and initials or name printed at the foot; these are given at the end of the handlist description for the photographs concerned.
Henry Baker Tristram was born at Eglingham, Northumberland, 11 May 1822, and educated at Durham School and Lincoln College, Oxford. It was as incumbent of Castle Eden and Master of Greatham Hospital, Co. Durham, in the 1850s and 1860s that HBT developed his interest in natural history as well as bringing up a large family (he married Eleanor Bowlby in 1850). From 1874 until his death on 8 March 1906, HBT was a residentiary canon of Durham Cathedral. He suffered from lung trouble, which required recurrent visits to North Africa and the Holy Land where he engaged in important and meticulous studies of natural history, especially of birds. He published widely on aspects of the Holy Land and his collections of birds and their eggs have provided significant groups in the Natural History Museum in London and the Public Museum in Liverpool. His travels also extended to Japan and China.
A pencil inscription on the volume's front pastedown states that the photographs were collected by Canon H.B. Tristram and that the volume was purchased at the sale of the household contents of Professor P.J. Heawood (Tristram's son-in-law) by Mr. Louis Allen, who presented it to the library. Other albums presented by Mr. Allen containing photographs of the Middle East and possibly associated with the Tristram family, but too late in date to have been collected by H.B. Tristram, are located with the Oriental MSS (MSS OR/Eur.58/1-5).

MIA 11/1
Iona cathedral, (Inner Hebrides), roofless, chancel looking west. 778. G.W.W.

MIA 11/2a
Ioan, St Oran's Chapel (12th century), west front.

MIA 11/12b
Iona cathedral, exterior from the south east. 503. G.W.W.

MIA 11/3a
Jedburgh abbey (Roxburghshire), exterior from the south east. 435. G.W.W.

MIA 11/3b
Jedburgh Abbey, exterior from the north west, tower with wooden props.

MIA 11/4a
Dunfermline abbey (Fife), exterior from the south east. 585. J.V.

MIA 11/4b
Staffa, Inner Hebrides, interior of Fingall's cave. 1465. G.W.W.

MIA 11/5
Edinburgh, St Mary's cathedral, exterior from the north west. 2312 G.W.W.

MIA 11/6
Winchester, Hospital of St Cross, exterior, 4 gentlemen ?inmates, with crosses on tunics, 3 with top hats. 24.

MIA 11/7
Winchester, cathedral, exterior from the south east.

MIA 11/8a
Winchester, St Cross church, exterior from the north west.

MIA 11/8b
Winchester, cathedral, interior looking west down the nave.

MIA 11/8c
Winchester, St Cross church, interior, mortuary chapel. Vage photo.

MIA 11/9a
Balmoral and Lochnagar, distant view from the north. J.V.

MIA 11/9b
Auchendryne from Morrone, Braemar castle, distant view. 1075. G.W.W.

MIA 11/10a
Linn of Corrymulzie, Braemar, looking from below up to the bridge. 412. J.V.

MIA 11/10b
Braemar, the colonel's bed, river gorge. J.V.

MIA 11/10c
Braemar, Linn of Dee, bridge. J.V.

MIA 11/10d
Braemar, Linn of Quoich, bridge. 35. G.W.W.

MIA 11/11a
Lynmouth and Lynton, North Devon, looking west.

MIA 11/11b
Lynmouth, river view. 949.

MIA 11/11c
Melrose abbey, Roxburghshire, exterior from the south west. 69 G.W.W. 12.

MIA 11/12
Melrose Abbey, ruined chancel interior. 499 G.W.W.

MIA 11/13a
Antwerp, cathedral with the statue of Rubens in front.

MIA 11/13b
Antwerp, castle, ship at the quay, 2 onlookers.

MIA 11/14
Oxford, Exeter College, exterior view down Turl St, carriages and people. 335.

MIA 11/15
Bacino di Tremezzina, Lake Como, distant view. Fotografia Nessi & Co.

MIA 11/16
Unidentified European (?Italian) lake (?Como, Maggiore) and mountains, steamer.

MIA 11/17
Bernascone, waterfalls, boat below, ropes up, steps alongside.

MIA 11/18
Darsena della Villa Mylius, Lake Como. 54. Fotografia Nessi.

MIA 11/19a
Bern, (Switzerland) distant view, bridge.

MIA 11/19b
Switzerland, Bernese Alps, Panorama de Mürren hotel.

MIA 11/20a
The Axenstrasse Brunnen, with rack and pinnion railway leading south to Morschach.

MIA 11/20b
Brussels, (10. Maison du Sac).

MIA 11/21a
Staubbach, waterfall in the Bernese Alps, branch of White Lutschine river, drops 980 feet over a precipice near Lauterbrunnen.

MIA 11/21b
Mürren, vallée de Lauterbrunnen. 289A.

MIA 11/22
Bruges, Hotel de Ville et Saint-Sang. 225.

MIA 11/23
Brussels, chaire de Sainte-Gudule. 5.

MIA 11/24-30
Blank.

MIA 11/31
“St Jean d'Acre”, Acre old town, Israel.

Online copy available (17 July 2008) at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Image:AcrePalestine.jpg
W.A. Bramwell photo album
Reference: MIA 12
Dates of creation: [c.1900]
Photographs of churches in Scotland and England and of a few secular buildings, collected and presented by W.A. Bramwell. Most are identified in pencil on the back, and in some cases the photographer is also named. Many of the photographs of Scottish churches are identified as having been taken by M. (or? Mr) Powles in 1899, and most of the others, similar in size and appearance, are probably also by him. The photographer of many of the Yorkshire churches was A. Bailes of Durham, although one is attributed to C.C. Hodges of Hexham. Bramwell himself probably took at least some of the remainder.

MIA 12/1
Aberuthven, Perthshire: St Katherine's church.

Size: 5 x 4 inches
MIA 12/2-3   October 1899
Corstorphine, Edinburgh: collegiate church of St John the Baptist. Photographer: Powles .

Size: 4 x 4 inches
MIA 12/4-7   October 1899
Corstorphine, Edinburgh: collegiate church of St John the Baptist.

Size: 4.5 x 3.5 inches
MIA 12/8-12   October 1899
Duddington, Midlothian: church. No.9 is an interior (pilupit, screen and organ). Photographer: Powles. (Photographer and date not recorded on no.12).

Size: 4.5 x 3.5 inches
MIA 12/13
Dunblane, Perthshire: cathedral, south door.

Size: 4.5 x 3.5 inches
MIA 12/14
Gleneagles, Perthshire: old church.

Size: 4.5 x 3.5 inches
MIA 12/15-17   October 1899
Kirkliston, Midlothian: church doorway and tower. Photographer: Powles. (Photographer and date not recorded on no.16)

Size: 4.5 x 3.5 inches
MIA 12/18
Appleby, Westmorland: church tower and porch.

Size: 8 x 5.75 inches
MIA 12/19
Aldborough: mosaic pavement.

Size: 8 x 5.75 inches
MIA 12/20
Beverley, Yorks: minster, interior, north aisle of the nave, looking east.

Size: 8 x 5.75 inches
MIA 12/21
Beverley, Yorks: minster, interior, wall arcade in south aisle of nave.

Size: 5.75 x 8 inches
MIA 12/22
Beverley, Yorks: minster, interior, looking west.

Size: 8 x 5.75 inches
MIA 12/23
Beverley, Yorks: minster, interior, priest's tomb with effigy.

Size: 5.75 x 8 inches
MIA 12/24
Beverley, Yorks: minster, exterior, western towers from the north-east.

Size: 8 x 5.75 inches
MIA 12/25
Beverley, Yorks: minster, interior, east side of altar screen.

Size: 8 x 5.75 inches
MIA 12/26
Beverley, Yorks: minster, interior, nave looking east, with a lady seated sketching.

Size: 8 x 5.75 inches
MIA 12/27
Beverley, Yorks: St Mary's church, exterior, south side of nave. Photographer: A. Bailes, Durham.

Size: 5.75 x 8 inches
MIA 12/28
Beverley, Yorks: St Mary's church, exterior, south porch. Photographer: A. Bailes, Durham.

Size: 8 x 5.75 inches
MIA 12/29
Beverley, Yorks: St Mary's church, interior, looking east. Photographer: A. Bailes, Durham.

Size: 8 x 5.75 inches
MIA 12/30
Brough, Westmorland: church tower.

Size: 8 x 5.75 inches
MIA 12/31-32
Brough, Westmorland: castle ruins.

Size: 8 x 5.75 inches
MIA 12/33   [19]20
Byland Abbey, Yorks, from gateway. Photographer A. B[ailes].

Size: 8 x 5.75 inches
MIA 12/34
Darlington: St Cuthbert's church, exterior.

Size: 8 x 5.75 inches
MIA 12/35
Exeter: cathedral, west front.

Size: 5.75 x 8 inches
MIA 12/36
Exeter: cathedral, north tower from east.

Size: 8 x 5.75 inches
MIA 12/37
Exeter: cathedral, south tower from cloister garth.

Size: 8 x 5.75 inches
MIA 12/38
Exeter: cathedral, interior looking west.

Size: 5.75 x 8 inches
MIA 12/39
Exeter: cathedral, north tower from north west.

Size: 8 x 5.75 inches
MIA 12/40
Exeter: cathedral, exterior view from the bishop's garden on the south east.

Size: 5.75 x 8 inches
MIA 12/41
Glentworth, Lindsey: church interior, Wray monument.

Size: 8 x 5.75 inches
MIA 12/42-43
Heapham, Lindsey: church tower.

Size: 8 x 5.75 inches
MIA 12/44
Hutton Rudby, Yorks N. Riding: church. Photographer: C.C. Hodges, Hexham.

Size: 5.75 x 8 inches
MIA 12/45
Jervaulx abbey, Yorks N. Riding, west processional doorway. Photographer: A. Bailes, Durham.

Size: 8 x 5.75 inches
MIA 12/46
Jervaulx abbey, Yorks N. Riding, chapter house column. Photographer: A. Bailes, Durham.

Size: 8 x 5.75 inches
MIA 12/47
Kirk Hammerton, Yorks W. Riding: church from south. Photographer: A. Bailes, Durham.

Size: 5.75 x 8 inches
MIA 12/48
Kirk Levington, Yorks N. Riding: church interior, chancel arch.

Size: 8 x 5.75 inches
MIA 12/49
Marton, Lindsey: church tower from south east.

Size: 8 x 5.75 inches
MIA 12/50
Middleham Castle, Yorks N. Riding, general view. Photographer: A. Bailes, Durham.

Size: 5.75 x 8 inches
MIA 12/51
Middleham Castle, Yorks N. Riding, interior of ruins, hall undercroft. Photographer: A. Bailes, Durham.

Size: 5.75 x 8 inches
MIA 12/52
Naworth Castle, Cumberland, angle tower.

Size: 8 x 5.75 inches
MIA 12/53
Nun Monkton, Yorks W. Riding: church south wall. Photographer: A. Bailes, Durham.

Size: 5.75 x 8 inches
MIA 12/54
Nun Monkton, Yorks W. Riding: church interior looking north west. Photographer: A. Bailes, Durham.

Size: 5.75 x 8 inches
MIA 12/55
Nun Monkton, Yorks W. Riding: church west doorway.

Size: 8 x 5.75 inches
MIA 12/56
Nun Monkton, Yorks W. Riding: church west front. Photographer: A. Bailes, Durham.

Size: 8 x 5.75 inches
MIA 12/57
Patrington, Yorks E. Riding: church from south.

Size: 6¼ x 8¼ inches
MIA 12/58
Patrington, Yorks E. Riding: church from north.

Size: 8 x 5.75 inches
MIA 12/59
Ripon, Yorks W. Riding: minster, north transept interior. Photographer: A. Bailes, Durham.

Size: 8 x 5.75 inches
MIA 12/60-62
Roche Abbey, Yorks W. Riding, north side of choir.

Size: 8 x 5.75 inches
MIA 12/63-67
York St Mary's abbey: ruins (identified as Selby abbey).

Size: 8 x 6 inches (size varies slightly)
MIA 12/68
Selby, Yorks W. Riding: abbey, interior, doorway of sacristy. Photographer A. Bailes, Durham.

MIA 12/69-70
Thornton abbey, Lincs, chapter house.

Size: 7.75 x 5.25 inches
MIA 12/71
Thornton abbey, Lincs, south transept.

Size: 8 x 6.25 inches
MIA 12/72
Thornton abbey, Lincs, gatehouse from south east.

Size: 7.5 x 5.5 inches
MIA 12/73
Thornton abbey, Lincs, gatehouse door.

Size: 6 x 8 inches
MIA 12/74
Thornton abbey, Lincs, detail of gatehouse.

Size: 8 x 6.5 inches
MIA 12/75
Thornton abbey, Lincs, gatehouse from north west.

Size: 8.25 x 6.25 inches
MIA 12/76
Thornton Abbey, Lincs, gatehouse from south west.

Size: 6.25 x 8.25 inches
MIA 12/77
Thornton abbey, Lincs, detail of south entrance.

Size: 8.25 x 6.25 inches
MIA 12/78
Thornton abbey, Lincs, gatehouse from the barbican.

Size: 8.25 x 6.25 inches
MIA 12/79
Upleatham, Yorks N. Riding: old church.

Size: 8 x 5.75 inches
MIA 12/80
Wharton Hall, gateway.

Size: 8 x 5.75 inches
MIA 12/81
Wharton Hall, kitchen exterior.

Size: 8 x 5.75 inches
MIA 12/82-83
Whitby abbey, window detail and west front.

Size: 8.5 x 6 inches
MIA 12/84
Whitby abbey, east front.

Size: 10 x 8 inches
MIA 12/85
Wycliffe, Yorks N. Riding: south side of church.

Size: 6.25 x 8.25 inches
MIA 12/86
Wycliffe, Yorks N. Riding: church from south east.

Size: 5.75 x 8 inches
MIA 12/87
[?Beverley minster, interior.]

Size: 8.25 x 6.25 inches
MIA 12/88
[Beverley minster, Percy canopy.]

Size: 8.25 x 6.25 inches
MIA 12/89
[?Roche abbey].

Size: 8.25 x 6.25 inches
MIA 12/90
Unidentified church side window.

Size: 8.25 x 6.25 inches
MIA 12/91
[Wensley] church exterior, from north east.

Size: 8.25 x 6.25 inches
MIA 12/92-94
3 unidentified church exteriors.

Size: 8.25 x 6.25 inches
James Wilkinson Bede College photo album
Reference: MIA 13
Dates of creation: 1910 - 1911
Album of photographs of Bede College staff and students, with an inscription “Jas Wilkinson” and ms title “Bede Students 1909-11: - and staff” on the front pastedown, and ms inscriptions, some autograph, with the names and some nicknames. The images are half-length, seated, mostly outside a doorway, with the subjects dressed in suits and ties, with one in uniform.
Presented by Dr. C.W. Gibby, 1979.

MIA 13/1
The Principal [Rev Donald Jones]

MIA 13/2
T. Read

MIA 13/3
T.W. Powell (“Dreamy Daniel”)

MIA 13/4
Frank G. Harvey

MIA 13/5
J.E. Cuthbertson

MIA 13/6
Wm. J. Ingram

MIA 13/7
C.E. Walker

MIA 13/8
H.J. Mowlam

MIA 13/9
Srgt. Francis, in DLI sergeant's uniform

MIA 13/10
William Bowden (“Psyche”)

MIA 13/11
Jack Barclay

MIA 13/12
R.W. Blenkinsopp

MIA 13/13
George W. Boll

MIA 13/14
Percy Bramwell

MIA 13/15
Thomas Brown

MIA 13/16
Jack Capstick

MIA 13/17
N. Cowell

MIA 13/18
W. Dodds

MIA 13/19
J.W. Ellis

MIA 13/20
George Fleming

MIA 13/21
Horace Fleming

MIA 13/22
William Forsyth

MIA 13/23
T.B. Gibson

MIA 13/24
John T. Goodwin

MIA 13/25
William George Graham (“Darwin”)

MIA 13/26
Frank Handy

MIA 13/27
Fred Hodgson (“Pre-Historic”)

MIA 13/28
William H. Hughes

MIA 13/29
William Husbands

MIA 13/30
S.C. Kemp (“Hostel”)

MIA 13/31
Dave Lamb

MIA 13/32
W. Lemmon

MIA 13/33
Balf. Lorrimer (“V.P.(S.H.)”)

MIA 13/34
Fernando S. Lowley

MIA 13/35
A. McDonald (“Scot”)

MIA 13/36
S.J. Marriott

MIA 13/37
Harry Treece

MIA 13/38
Ralph Pendlebury

MIA 13/39
M.R. Pinkney (annotated “Top man”)

MIA 13/40
C.R. Pratt

MIA 13/41
H.W. Priddy

MIA 13/42
Leath Riseborough

MIA 13/43
R.H. Robson (“Bunny”)

MIA 13/44
G.W. Rouse

MIA 13/45
J.J. Sanderson

MIA 13/46
J. Shiach

MIA 13/47
John Sinclair (“Cargo Beek”)

MIA 13/48
N. Smith

MIA 13/49
Edgar H. Smith

MIA 13/50
Tom Taylor

MIA 13/51
W.J. Temple, Bedlington

MIA 13/52
D.J. Thornton

MIA 13/53
A.M. Toght (“Father”)

MIA 13/54
Thomas Vint

MIA 13/55
E. Weedon

MIA 13/56
John G.E. Welch

MIA 13/57
Edgar C. Wetherill

MIA 13/58
“Me” [i.e. James Wilkinson]

MIA 13/59
Raymond H. Wilkinson

MIA 13/60
J. Wilson

MIA 13/61
Bob Woodcock

MIA 13/62
Walter G. Yeoman

MIA 13/63
Photographs of 3 students, labelled “James Wilton Bickerton The tiches”

Dennison photo album
Reference: MIA 14
Dates of creation: late 19th/early 20th century
The subjects include historic buildings, streets and seaside scenes in Co. Durham, Yorkshire and Derbyshire, and family photographs. Mrs Dennison was unable to identify either photographers or the people who appear on the photographs, which seem generally late 19th and early 20th century snapshots. The only clues derive from inscriptions on the back of nos 134 and 142. No.134, a photograph of a portrait of a woman, carries a pencil note, “Miss Patrick Durham 6”. No.142, of the cornmill on Durham river banks, has inscriptions “G.S. Patrick Kepier Lodge”, and “J. Patrick Junr Solicitor Albion Chambers 1 Silver St Durham”. The elder John Patrick, son of George Patrick, both solicitors, died 24 January 1885, aged 67. His home was 67 Hallgarth Street, Durham City. The elder John Patrick is buried at St. Oswald's Durham. Mrs. Patrick died 28 October 1904. Her residence was then said to be Kepier Lodge. In the early years of the 20th century the legal practice was based at 2 Silver Street and, by 1906, at 26 Market Place. A number of photographs of Hallgarth Street and Kepier are included in the album. If/how the Patrick family and the Dennisons were connected is not known.
Deposited with Durham University Library c.1991 by Mrs. Dennison, widow of Frederick Dennison (1914-1985, mayor of Durham 1968-1969).

MIA 14/1
Man on wharf, [Whitby harbour, looking south].

MIA 14/2
Three men in bathing attire on beach, [Whitby Sands?].

MIA 14/3
Two men on jetty wall, [Whitby harbour, looking south].

MIA 14/4
[Sandsend] headland.

MIA 14/5
Man standing in a botanical garden.

MIA 14/6
Bathing hut [at Whitby Sands].

MIA 14/7
Tug at jetty [?in Whitby].

MIA 14/8
Harbour, [Whitby?, looking south].

MIA 14/9
Hauling a boat (14.WY) up the beach [at Whitby].

MIA 14/10
Distant view of [Kirkleatham Hall south front].

MIA 14/11
Bathing hut.

MIA 14/12
Finchale abbey.

MIA 14/13
Woman in hat.

MIA 14/14
Horse-drawn cart in street, Durham.

MIA 14/15
Back of house at [?67] Hallgarth Street, Durham.

MIA 14/16
Horse race.

MIA 14/17
Man in garden.

MIA 14/18
Horse race.

MIA 14/19
Sandsend hotel looking south from the railway line.

MIA 14/20
Tithe Barn, Hallgarth Street, Durham.

MIA 14/21
Boats on shore [at Sandsend].

MIA 14/22
Street scene, ladies and laundry baskets.

MIA 14/23
Puppy on window ledge.

MIA 14/24
Sleeping man at a bench.

MIA 14/25
Man on horseback riding past a house with a bay window.

MIA 14/26
Parkland with a bridge.

MIA 14/27
Soldiers marching in forage caps with rifles sloped [?volunteer battalion of DLI].

MIA 14/28
Dining room, with sideboard, [?67 Hallgarth St, Durham].

MIA 14/29
Back of house at [?67] Hallgarth Street, Durham.

MIA 14/30
Back of house at [?67] Hallgarth Street, Durham.

MIA 14/31
Kepier hospital gatehouse, Durham, from inside the yard.

MIA 14/32
Arches at Kepier hospital, Durham.

MIA 14/33
The College, Durham showing the column with lamps, and the cathedral from the SE.

MIA 14/34
Durham Castle Great Hall entrance.

MIA 14/35
Durham cathedral cloister, the NW corner.

MIA 14/36
Cottage in a valley, stone walls around.

MIA 14/37
Country bridge.

MIA 14/38
Kepier hospital gatehouse, Durham, exterior.

MIA 14/39
Count's house, Durham city riverbanks.

MIA 14/40
Kepier hospital gatehouse from across the River Wear.

MIA 14/41
Finchale abbey west end and house.

MIA 14/42
Townscape [?Scarborough].

MIA 14/43
Donkeys in field, house on hill beyond.

MIA 14/44
Crowd in a street, boy with a school cap.

MIA 14/45
Dog standing on its hind legs in front of a carpet.

MIA 14/46
Dog standing on all fours on a bench by a wall.

MIA 14/47
[Kirkleatham Hall south front] over a wall.

MIA 14/48
Man with shotgun in a wood.

MIA 14/49
Unidentified outdoor festivity crowd scene, with large barrel organ and drum, and decorated arch behind lettered “Royal Moving [remainder illegible]” - possibly the entrance to an early moving picture show at a fairground. [No. 138 is another, more faded copy].

MIA 14/50
Street scene.

MIA 14/51
Woman in hat in a street.

MIA 14/52
Sailor in oilskins with a rope on a boat [?at Whitby].

MIA 14/53
Two women and a man sitting outside, “'Hydropathic establishment” beyond.

MIA 14/54
Finchale abbey west front.

MIA 14/55
Finchale abbey church wall.

MIA 14/56
Crowd leading a [lifeboat] along a street.

MIA 14/57
Boat launching (fishing boat or lifeboat).

MIA 14/58
Boat launching (fishing boat or lifeboat).

MIA 14/59
Boat launching (fishing boat or lifeboat).

MIA 14/60
Durham Market Place, St Nicholas church, in celebration (?Boer war 1902), flags, wagons.

MIA 14/61
Durham Castle, scaffolding on bishop's apartments, from Framwellgate Bridge.

MIA 14/62
Durham Market Place in celebration (?Boer war 1902).

MIA 14/63
Cornmill and boathouse, South Street banks, Durham.

MIA 14/64
Finchale abbey.

MIA 14/65
Finchale abbey sub-dorter.

MIA 14/66
Finchale abbey.

MIA 14/67
Trap and other horsedrawn vehicles on country road.

MIA 14/68
Durham Regatta, coxed four rowing past finish hut on the bank.

MIA 14/69
Durham Regatta, two coxed fours racing.

MIA 14/70
Street scene.

MIA 14/71
[Kirkleatham hospital], court, statue, railings.

MIA 14/72
View of [Kirkleatham Hall south front].

MIA 14/73
Woman paddling in sea shallows.

MIA 14/74
Baths Bridge Durham at Regatta time.

MIA 14/75
House.

MIA 14/76
North Road, Durham (another photo is superimposed on this).

MIA 14/77
Distant town view from above a farm.

MIA 14/78
Parkland with children playing.

MIA 14/79
Town square.

MIA 14/80
Mansion, 3 fronted, flag flying.

MIA 14/81
Lady and child walking along a woodland path.

MIA 14/82
Bridge of four arches; child by the river.

MIA 14/83
[Bakewell] church exterior, nave and porch from NW, lady standing in the churchyard.

MIA 14/84
[Baslow] church exterior looking S, with lych gate.

MIA 14/85
[Baslow] church exterior looking SW, showing the Victoria 1897 clockface on the spire.

MIA 14/86
Romanesque church door exterior.

MIA 14/87
Thatched cottage [?Baslow].

MIA 14/88
[Baslow] bridge over river [Derwent].

MIA 14/89
3 people walking along a green track beside a river/lake, trees beyond.

MIA 14/90
View towards Haddon Hall with the drive and bridge over the river Wye in the foreground..

MIA 14/91
Sheep being herded down a stone path beside stone terraces.

MIA 14/92
Haddon Hall, garden front from the steps.

MIA 14/93
Haddon Hall, part of the garden front from the steps.

MIA 14/94
Haddon Hall, garden front from the garden.

MIA 14/95
Haddon Hall, gardener's cottage and Elizabethan stables.

MIA 14/96
Haddon Hall, Derbyshire.

MIA 14/97
[?Haddon Hall] driveway through trees.

MIA 14/98
Double turreted 4-storey tower, with cannon in front.

MIA 14/99
Large country house, 3-storey, 2 recessed wings, porticoed entrance.

MIA 14/100
Castellated gatehouse/lodge.

MIA 14/101
Chatsworth House, viewed from across the bridge over the river Wye.

MIA 14/102
[?Chatsworth] park, with a building.

MIA 14/103
[?Chatsworth] park, with a herd of ?deer grazing.

MIA 14/104
[?Chatsworth] lake.

MIA 14/105
[Chatsworth] stable block, with a drive leading up to it.

MIA 14/106
Machinery, two [?electric turbines] of the Brush Electrical Engineering Co Ltd of Loughborough (so post 1889), with an operator, panel of dials beyond.

MIA 14/107
Same panel of dials, with an operator.

MIA 14/108
Two ladies and a man seated on a bench on the sea-front [at ?Scarborough/Hartlepool].

MIA 14/109
Benches and sea-front promenade [?at Scarborough/Hartlepool], donkeys on the beach beyond.

MIA 14/110
Interior of a cluttered room.

MIA 14/111
Large portmanteau of cupboards and drawers with elaborate carved panels.

MIA 14/112
Two ladies and a man (as in 108) walking along a sea-front promenade.

MIA 14/113
Three men (one as in 112) and a lady walking along a sea-front promenade.

MIA 14/114
Man in a boater standing in front of a leafy wall.

MIA 14/115
Interior of a greenhouse or conservatory.

MIA 14/116
Three men riding donkeys on a beach, with attendant small boys.

MIA 14/117
Man holding a horse.

MIA 14/118
Two girls on tricycles riding along a street.

MIA 14/119
Two men and a lady (two as in 112) at a pier entrance.

MIA 14/120
Dog, close-up, on a beach.

MIA 14/121
Dog, close-up, on a beach, looking away.

MIA 14/122
Girl standing by a swing in a garden.

MIA 14/123
Two swans on the water.

Durham Castle portraits photo album
Reference: MIA 15
Dates of creation: [1991]
Portraits and the royal arms hatchment in the Great Hall of Durham Castle. The portraits are of bishops of Durham and prebendaries of Durham Cathedral, vice-chancellors, professors and other members of staff of the University of Durham and of University College. The album was made as a security record, and has pencilled identifications on the back of each photograph.
Deposited by the bursar of University College, 1995. The negatives are held by the college.

MIA 15/1
Shute Barrington, bishop of Durham.

MIA 15/2
The hanging of Bishop Barrington's portrait, 1991, man on scaffold tower.

MIA 15/3
Canon Prof. Temple Chevallier.

MIA 15/4
John Cundill, DD, the first student in the university.

MIA 15/5
Sir James Fitzjames Duff, vice-chancellor of the university.

MIA 15/6
David Durell, prebendary of Durham cathedral.

MIA 15/7
Canon Prof. Thomas Saunders Evans.

MIA 15/8
Dr Henry Gee, master of University College.

MIA 15/9
William Stephen Gilly, prebendary of Durham cathedral.

MIA 15/10
Thomas Gisborne, prebendary of Durham cathedral.

MIA 15/11
Robert Gray, bishop of Bristol, prebendary of Durham cathedral.

MIA 15/12
Walter Kercheval Hilton, bursar of University College and university registrar. 1

MIA 15/13
John Hall How, professor of Latin.

MIA 15/14
Canon Prof. Henry Jenkyns.

MIA 15/15
George William Kitchin, dean of Durham, warden and then chancellor of the university.

MIA 15/16
Edward Maltby, bishop of Durham.

MIA 15/17
John Savile Ogle, prebendary of Durham cathedral.

MIA 15/18
John Stapylton Grey Pemberton, president of Council.

MIA 15/19
Henry Phillpotts, bishop of Exeter and prebendary of Durham cathedral.

MIA 15/20
Alfred Plummer, master of University College.

MIA 15/21
Richard Prosser, archdeacon of Durham.

MIA 15/22
Leonard Slater, master of University College.

MIA 15/23
Samuel Smith, prebendary of Durham cathedral.

MIA 15/24
John Bird Sumner, archbishop of Canterbury, prebendary of Durham cathedral.

MIA 15/25
Charles Thorp, archdeacon of Durham and warden of the university.

MIA 15/26
George Townsend, prebendary of Durham cathedral.

MIA 15/27
William Van Mildert, bishop of Durham.

MIA 15/28
Joseph Waite, master of University College.

MIA 15/29
Hon Gerald Valerian Wellesley, prebendary of Durham cathedral.

MIA 15/30-32
The royal arms hatchment, front.

MIA 15/33-36
The royal arms hatchment, reverse.

G.T. Gordon Bede College photo album
Reference: MIA 16
Dates of creation: 1911 - 1913
Album of photographs of Bede College staff and students, with an inscription “G.J. Gordon” and ms title “1911-1913” and “Bede College Durham” on the front pastedown, and ms inscriptions, some autograph, with the names and some nicknames. The images are half-length, seated, mostly outside a doorway or against a foliage backdrop, with the subjects dressed in suits and ties, with one in uniform.
Presented by Mrs J. Mather (Belford, Northumberland) via the Bede Centre of the City of Sunderland College, 1996.

MIA 16/1
Principal, Donald Jones (“Bungo”).

MIA 16/2
Vice-principal, T. Read (“Tommy”).

MIA 16/3
Normal master, Thomas W. Powell (“Dreamy”).

MIA 16/4
Frank P. Harvey (“Capt Cardboard”).

MIA 16/5
William J. Ingram (“Colti”).

MIA 16/6
[Not named] (“Toddler”).

MIA 16/7
H.J. Mowlam (“Molly”).

MIA 16/8
Aldwell (“Ossy”).

MIA 16/9
F. Bentley (“Tatcho”).

MIA 16/10
Edith Addis, matron.

MIA 16/11
James E. Archbold Craster (“Archie”).

MIA 16/12
William Ashley, Manchester.

MIA 16/13
William Bannerman, Darlington.

MIA 16/14
Harry Bateman, Dewsbury, Yorks.

MIA 16/15
Joe Brooks, Hunwick (“Kismet”).

MIA 16/16
C.W. Browell, Boldon Colliery (“Chuck”).

MIA 16/17
M.A. Coates, Gateshead (“Matthew Arnold”).

MIA 16/18
Jim Cooke, Millom, Cumberland (“Caractacus”).

MIA 16/19
Arthur H. Corner, Ferryhill (“Swosher”).

MIA 16/20
Charlie H. Crabbe, Whitley Bay (“Saccerbono”).

MIA 16/21
George Crawford, New Shildon (“Jack Johnson”).

MIA 16/22
Eddie Davis, South Shields.

MIA 16/23
J. Duke, New Herrington.

MIA 16/24
E.R. Elliott, Crook (“Bloggs”).

MIA 16/25
Walter Farmer, Windermere (“Tubby”).

MIA 16/26
George Ferguson, Murton (“Gus”).

MIA 16/27
W.J. Gibbons, Sherburn (“Buff”).

MIA 16/28
G.H. Gordon, Tyne Dock.

MIA 16/29
G.T. Gordon, Stakeford.

MIA 16/30
E. Graham, Maryport (“Orny”).

MIA 16/31
W.W. Greenwood, Seaham Harbour (“Pete”).

MIA 16/32
Ernest Hill, Barton-on-Humber, Lincs (“Gimlet”).

MIA 16/33
R. Hogg, Tyne Dock (“Professor Hoadge, The Little Balt, The Oil King”).

MIA 16/34
A. Hollinghurst, Bootle, Liverpool (“Yolly”).

MIA 16/35
Eric S. Jackson, Willington (“Yorick”).

MIA 16/36
Jack Jarvis, Camus (“Daddy”).

MIA 16/37
J. Johnson, Coundon.

MIA 16/38
J.H. Knaggs, Darlington (“Psycho”).

MIA 16/39
Frederick H. Lattimer, Sunderland (“Latty”).

MIA 16/40
P.H. Lee, Burton-upon-Trent (“Hetty”).

MIA 16/41
William Lempriere, Liverpool (“Lempy”).

MIA 16/42
William E. Marshall, Coanwood (“John Blot”), in uniform.

MIA 16/43
George Philbey, Harrogate, Yorks.

MIA 16/44
Harold Murray, Tyne Dock, South Shields.

MIA 16/45
H.O. Pickard, Accrington, Lancs (“Picky”).

MIA 16/46
Jack Potts, Kelloe.

MIA 16/47
J. Richardson, Crook.

MIA 16/48
Henry L. Robson, Seaham Harbour (“Rob”).

MIA 16/49
James T. Rogers, Seaton Sluice.

MIA 16/50
A. Selbrook, Chester-le-Street (“Sandy”).

MIA 16/51
Frederick J. Sharp, Haltwhistle.

MIA 16/52
William J. Shepherd, Raskelfe (“Senor Raskelf”).

MIA 16/53
Bert Sibbit, Newcastle-upon-Tyne.

MIA 16/54
Norman Sidebottom, Tyne Dock, South Shields (“Guff”).

MIA 16/55
R.H. Stafford, Sunderland.

MIA 16/56
A. Valentine, Liverpool.

MIA 16/57
W. Wash, Butterknowle.

MIA 16/58
Cecil Ross Wheatley, Chester-le-Street.

MIA 16/59
Frederick Wilkinson, Tindale Crescent, Bishop Auckland (“Silas Marner”).

MIA 16/60
(Not named] (“G.A.”).

MIA 16/61
J. Wilson, Bardon Mill.

MIA 16/62
C.H. Morrell (“Tich, Charlie”).

MIA 16/63
B. Easton, Husthwaite (“Tich”).

MIA 16/64
S. Cureton (“Tich, Thunder”).

Wade Hall-Craggs Photo Album
Reference: MIA 17
Dates of creation: December 1985 - May 1987
Photos (all identified) of Wade Hall-Craggs' time as a student at Durham, featuring: rowing training and racing at York Head, Nottingham Head, Durham Regatta (including prize-giving in the Castle); DUBC 1986 (Eric Halladay, Paul Johnstone, Mike Dick, Hugh Mitchell, Ben Lyster-Binns, John Holden, Peter Davison, Steve King, James Eves, Gerald Blake, Justin Young, Andy Batt, Geoff Porter, Chris Daly, Graham Angus, Wade Hall-Craggs, Simon Atkinon, Paul Harris, Sue Flood, Derrick Wood-Thompson, Julie Deadman, in zephyrs and singlets) and Grey College groups 1986; Marlow and Wargrave and Shiplake regattas; renovating and parties in 6 Willans Buildings; DUBC trial VIIIs; chalet party in the Alps; snowballing and ice-breaking on the Tyne; snow and ice in Durham; more student parties at 6 Willans Buildings, Ramside Hall Hotel, Royal Station Hotel Newcastle (NUBC dinner) and Dunelm House; Trent and Tyne Heads; a new boat; Union Society fashion show; York Head; work on the railway at The Lawn; visit to Brussels and Belgium; party at Tanfield Lodge; DAF power sprints.
Given by Wade Hall-Craggs 29 July 2009, Acc No Misc.2009/10:41.

Wade Hall-Craggs Photo Album
Reference: MIA 18
Dates of creation: May - November 1987
Photos (all identified) of Wade Hall-Craggs' time as a student at Durham, featuring: student parties and life in Durham at 9 Highwood View, 3 Farnley Ridge, 6 Willans Buildings, and 60 Hawthorne Terrace, also on a beach; rowing training and racing at Holmepierrepoint Regatta, Durham Regatta (and prizegiving in the Town Hall), Marlow regatta, Henley Regatta, Wargrave and Shiplake Regatta; some Durham views, stays at the Hall-Craggs home at The Lawn featuring the railway and a party involving a marquee; WH-C's archaeological research at Penhill Preceptory; visits to Bruges Belgium and the Jumba ruins excavations Kenya; views of Farm Lodge Petersfield; the Wear in flood; The Amazon Ball at Lumley Castle; featuring WH-C's Morris Traveller and also a rolled and damaged MGB.
Given by Wade Hall-Craggs 29 July 2009, Acc No Misc.2009/10:41.

Wade Hall-Craggs Photo Album
Reference: MIA 19
Dates of creation: November 1987 - May 1988
Photos (all identified) of Wade Hall-Craggs' time as a student at Durham, featuring:: student parties in Durham at 9 and 17 Highwood View, 6 Willans Buildings, and 30 Atherton St, also dinners/balls at Thornton Watlass Hall, Kinlochmoidart (including clay-pigeon shooting & wet beach walks), Ramside Hall Hotel, Berkeley Square London, The Lawn, Colherne Road Earl's Court, Little Langley's Steep, Chollerton Grange, rowing training on the Tyne and Tideway (including flooding), and racing at Rutherford Head, Trent Head, Chester Head, Tideway Head, Notts City Regatta, his Archaeology dissertation on the Templar Preceptory at Penhill, picnic above Brancepeth Castle, Archaeology Society dinner in Castle Senate Room, St Cuthbert's Society Boat Club dinner at the Thrre Tuns Hotel, Union Society fashion show, and working on the railway at The Lawn
Given by Wade Hall-Craggs 29 July 2009, Acc No Misc.2009/10:41.

Wade Hall-Craggs Photo Album
Reference: MIA 20
Dates of creation: May 1988 - January 1989
Photos (all identified) of Wade Hall-Craggs' time as a student at and immediately after (graduated 1988) Durham, featuring: a picnic near Brancepeth; rowing training on the Tyne, DUBC 1987/88 group, racing at Durham Regatta (and with trophies), Marlow Regatta, Henley Regatta (and collecting Visitors' Cup trophy), on Ullswater, the Great North Boat Race; student parties and life in Durham at 9 Highwood View, 9 Mayorswell Close, 6 Willans Buildings (also in the garden there), and Allington House; other parties and stays at Wick Farm Hants, Guildhall Newcastle, The Lawn, South Pool Devon, the Honourable Artillery Company Ball, University College Middlesex Ball at Cafe Royale; holiday in Cornwall; post exams in Durham outside Elvet Riverside; Durham Archaeology Dept group 1988; Durham Miners' Gala; trip to Botswana with views of Gaborone, campsite in the bush at Maun, rock art in the Tsodilo hills and crocodile camp at Maun; Kew Gardens Palm House; Varsity [rugby] match at Twickenham socialising; Tideway Scullers boathouse; Chiswick river views.
Given by Wade Hall-Craggs 29 July 2009, Acc No Misc.2009/10:41.