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[LINTON, Henry]1860TO BE NUMBEREDDiddingtonThe Coach Companion, A True Story. By a Clergyman. SECOND EDITION.London, Wertheim Macintosh and Hunt, 1860. 40pp, 140 x 85mm
Abbotsley Friendly Society1857SAVNM2013.20.818AbbotsleyRules of the Amicable Society at Abbotsley in the County of HuntingdonBooklet, 12pp, 210 x 130mm, printed by David R Tomson, St Neots 1857
ADVERTISER OFFICE ST.NEOTS.16th June 1909SAVNM.2013.20.542St IvesShare prospectus for the proposed OUSE NAVIGATION Ltd: the subscription list opened on Monday 28th June and closed on Saturday 3rd July 1909 with an offer of 20,000 shares of £1 each. The prospectus is accompanied with three other documents; A form of application for the shares; A list of "Gentlemen" who have promised their support: and a letter “To. The Directors of the St Ives Transport Co. Ltd. St Ives, Hunts dated 8th February 1908, with the results of a survey carried out on the stretch of river concerned and castings from A.F. Fowler, Civil Engineers.The prospectus measures 42 x 53 mm, on buff coloured paper: printing on all four sides; some dis-colouration and foxing with one edge slightly frayed. The form of application measures 32 x 21 mm on buff coloured paper; the list of supporting gentlemen measures 32 x 21mm and the letter on one side of buff colure paper measures 34 x 19, all in mint condition.
ALBERT ROMER MACKLIN1911SAVNM2013.20.47St IvesBooklet printed by JG Hankin and Son, Printers and Stationers, The Pavement, St Ives. 1911 Burgess Roll of St Ives. Revised by Albert Romer Macklin, on Wednesday 13th September 1911. Lists 703 residents with addresses, plus 5 non residents.Booklet, 245 x 305mm
ALCONBURY1913PP/Sales/ALCON/1913AlconburySee PH/Sales/HUNTS/1913 - includes Weybridge Lodge Farm, Alconbury.
ALL SAINTS' CHURCH1909SAVNM2013.20.660Huntingdon"19092" "SOUVENIR": "ALL SAINTS' CHURCH, HUNTINGDON"; "ORGAN FUND".24 X 16mm covered front and back in heavy dark green card with orange printing; the 1909 date is surrounded with a chain decoration the word "SOUVENIR" is underlined with two orange lines and there is a triangle floral design in orange below. Inside 32 cream pages of poetry readings; bound together with a white ribbon; Printed by Alfred Wood, The Cowper Press, Huntingdon; some slight foxing
ALL SAINTS' CHURCH4th November 1874SAVNM2013.20.659Huntingdon"ALL SAINTS' , HUNTINGDON": "CONFIRMATION, NOVEMBER 4th, 1874".23 X 14MM, Single sheet of white paper, with slight foxing.
ALL SAINTS' CHURCH6th MARCH 1912SAVNM2013.20.658Huntingdon"ALL SAINTS' CHURCH, HUNTINGDON": "Wednesday, March 6th ,1912"; "Funeral Service"; ANNIE FOWLER."; "Departed this life March 3rd, 1912".16 x 10mm, cream A5 card folded in half: Title page has Celtic cross at the top and is surrounded with a narrow black border with small black squares at each corner. Inside two Hymns.
ALLAN C. BEHAGGUnknownSAVNM2013.20.971FenstantonLabel for pasting into a book owned by ALLAN C. BEHAGG.8 x 6mm, label illustrated with the goddess Sophia sitting in front of a black sun with a scroll on her lap the globe to her left which she is turning with her left hand, with two books by her left foot and a sailing galleon by her right. Her dress, hair and sandals are in the ancient Greek style of dress. Written on the back in pencil "Of Fenstanton, Hunts".
AMATEUR THEATRICALS1901?SAVNM2013.20.88HuntingdonProgramme for two performances by Amateur Theatricals in aid of the sodiers' and sailors' families association for the county of Huntingdon - 'In the cause of charity', by Leo Trevor and 'Money Spinner' by PineroProgramme, 210mm x 134mm
AMICABLE SOCIETY1829SAVNM2013.20.896Buckden"ARTICLES TO BE OBSERVED AND KEPT BY THE AMICABLE SOCIETY HELD AT THE HOUSE OF GEORGE CARTWRIGHT, BEING THE SIGN OF THE SPREAD EAGLE AT BUCKDEN, HUNTINGDONSHIRE. Began the 1st of November, 1784. Revised and printed June 1829". List of 36 Articles. In ink handwriting on the front cover appears to be "The Rose - A Prize Rose" and two other illegible words. Some staining to cover and pages, corners of cover folded.Booklet 180mm x 117mm, 13pp, printed by T. Lovell, Bookseller, Huntingdon.
ARCHDEACON of HUNTINGDON1869SAVNM2013.20.652Huntingdon"1869: Archdeacons of Huntingdons. Church Music Society'; 'FESTIVAL MUSIC' 'to be sung at ALL SAINTS CHURCH HUNTINGDON ON TUESDAY AFTERNOON, MAY 25th". Written in black ink at centre of top of front cover the name "Edward Greens".19 x 48mm, 16 pages of black print on white paper, containing words and music. Printed by Novello, Ewer and Co., At the London Sacred Music Warehouse, 1, Berners Street, and 85, Poultry. Cotton bound, some discolouration on front and back cover.
ARCHDEACON of HUNTINGDON1869SAVNM2013.20.654Huntingdon"1869: Archdeacons of Huntingdons. Church Music Society'; 'FESTIVAL MUSIC' 'to be sung at ALL SAINTS CHURCH HUNTINGDON ON TUESDAY AFTERNOON, MAY 25th". Written in black ink at centre of top of front cover the name "Edward Greens Choir" also a No. "4" in top left corner.19 x 48mm, 16 pages of black print on white paper, containing words and music. Printed by Novello, Ewer and Co., At the London Sacred Music Warehouse, 1, Berners Street, and 85, Poultry. Cotton bound, Very discoloured and grubby on front and back cover with some foxing, the spine with a 7mm tear at the bottom.
ARCHDEACON of HUNTINGDON1869SAVNM2013.20.653Huntingdon"1869: Archdeacons of Huntingdons. Church Music Society'; 'FESTIVAL MUSIC' 'to be sung at ALL SAINTS CHURCH HUNTINGDON ON TUESDAY AFTERNOON, MAY 25th". Written in black ink at centre of top of front cover the name "Edward Greens Choir" also a No. "6" in top left corner.19 x 48mm, 16 pages of black print on white paper, containing words and music. Printed by Novello, Ewer and Co., At the London Sacred Music Warehouse, 1, Berners Street, and 85, Poultry. Cotton bound, some discolouration on front and back cover.
ARCHDEACONRY of HUNTINGDON1839SAVNM2013.20.657Huntingdon"SURROGATES INSTRUCTIONS' , 'MARRIAGE LICENCES', "EXTRACTS FROM MARRIAGE ACT" "IN THE ARCHDEACONRY COURT of HUNTINGDON. IN THE GOODS of the DECEASED"33 x 24mm, eight pages of cream coloured good quality legal paper: with black printing; folded in four horizontally. The second quarter from the left being the title page now very grubby with the two edges very worn. the other six pages have worn right hand edges and the first page is nearly detached from the rest of the document. The second document is 33 x 21mm blue legal paper with black print in V/G condition. Both documents contained within a brown paper document file.
ARCHDEACONRY of HUNTINGDON1882SAVNM2013.20.655Huntingdon"A DETAILED STATEMENT OF THE CONTRIBUTIONS": "From the Several Parishes within the ARCHDEACONRY of HUNTINGDON' 'To the Funds of the SOCIETY FOR THE PROPAGATION OF THE GOSPEL in Foreign Parts". " During the year ending December 31st 1882.22 x 28mm, buff coloured pages printed in black, showing the donations from each parish. D.R. Tomson, Machine Printers, St Neots. Creased from top to bottom on back page.
ARMY FORM .337. WAR OFFICE18 November 1915SAVNM2013.20.543HuntingdonArmy Certificate of Identity for civilians wearing the Red Cross Brassard (Arm Badge) No 215: issued to Frances Goodlift aged 18years. Date of joining 18 November 1915, place of joining Huntingdon.Single piece of paper with both printing and writing on all four sides: measuring 13 x 9 mm.
ARTHUR JONATHAN EDMONDS1901SAVNM2013.20.908Great Gransden"LAYS of GREAT GRANSDEN" by Rev ARTHUR JONATHAN EDMONDS, Vicar of GREAT GRANSDEN22 X 28mm, Light green cover: 12 pages of white paper (now discoloured with age) 10 of which contain poems in black print and two are blank. Printed by P.C. Tomson, Printers, St. Neots. Front cover heavily decorated with a small photo of Great Gransden church in the centre; staples rusty and centre pages loose.
BEASLEY, B(1910)SAVNM2013.20.827BramptonStammerers should read a book, entitled: Stammering: its Treatment and Reminiscences of a Stammerer, etc.Birmingham, Hudson & Son, (1910). (4)pp, 225 x 135mm.
BLUNTISHAM & EARITH LYING-IN SOCIETY1811SAVNM2013.20.834Bluntisham, EarithRules of the Bluntisham & Earith Lying-In Society, established March, 25th. 1811.St Ives, Croft, 1811.6pp, 185 x 145mm.
BLUNTISHAM INCLOSURE1813SAVNM2013.20.839BluntishamBluntisham with Earith and Colne Inclosure. We, Two of the Commissioners, appointed by the Act of Parliament, for the said Inclosure, do hereby give Notice, that we shall hold a Meeting, for further Proceeding in the Execution of the said Act, at the Crown Inn, in St Ives, in the County of Huntingdon, on Monday, the 16th Day of August next, at Eleven o'Clock in the Forenoon; and that we have ordered all the Claims delivered unto us to be printed etc. etc.London, J. Swann, 1813. 55pp, 250 x 195mm, no covers.
BOROUGH OF HUNTINGDON11 November 1923SAVNM2013.20.614Huntingdon"The Service at the Unveiling of the Memorial to the men of huntingdon who gave their services and those who made the supreme sacrifice in the great war. Market Hill, Huntingdon." "Sunday, November 11th, 1923 at 10.30 a.m."19x 27mm sixteen pages on heavy paper: the words "Unveiling of the Memorial" and "Market Hill, Huntingdon" and the roll call of the dead on pages 13 too 15 are in red print, the rest in black. Bound using a red cotton. Some discolouration on the front with some foxing
BOROUGH OF HUNTINGDONThursday, June 22nd, 1911SAVNM2013.20.616HuntingdonFront cover has the following information: "CORONATION OF KING GEORGE V" :"THURSDAY, JUNE 22nd, 1911. BOROUGH OF HUNTINGDON CELEBRATION"; Next between two dark blue lines "ALDERMAN T. COXON (mayor)"; then "OFFICAL PROGRAMME" underlined in dark blue; and below this "JOHN WHITE. Hon Sec. Huntingdon Celebration Committee"; at the bottom of the page D. Cooper & Co, Printers. Huntingdon. The inside contains on page two a general programme, on three a children's programme and on the back the musical programme. .17 x 25mm blue printing on light blue paper.
BOROUGH OF HuntingdonThursday, June 26th , 1902SAVNM2013.20.617HuntingdonOfficial Programme for the "Coronation Celebration in Huntingdon of King Edward VII".23 x 31mm: purple print on white card with coloured flags and motto surrounding a round head & shoulders portrait of the king
BOROUGH OF HUNTINGDON.1867SAVNM2013.20.808HuntingdonBOROUGH OF HUNTINGDON.Parliamentary Boundary Commissioners Report25 x 21mm, single sheet of white paper (now discoloured) with black print. White label in top right hand corner.
BOROUGH OF ST IVES1935SAVNM2013.9bSt Ives, BroadwayBorough of St Ives Official Programme of Celebrations Held in the Broadway Monday, May 6th, 1935. Councillor H S Turner, Mayor, Programme (price) threepence. Inside details order of proceedings which starts at 10am with 'joyful peal' on the church bells and ends at 12pm with Auld Land Syne all join hands, God Save the King. Other events include the Push Ball Competition (of which there are photographs from the Jude Collection showing this), fancy dress parade, grinning through horse's collar, gymnastic display (of which there are photographs from the Jude Collection showing this) and fireworks and bon-fire on Ingle Holt. Back page has a list of officials, including general countil, judges and stewards.Booklet, 4pp, 210 x 143, Parkers Printing Works, St Ives
BRAMPTON1913PP/Sales/BRAMP/1913BramptonSee PH/Sales/HUNTS/1913 - includes land in Brampton.
BRITISH RAILWAYS1952-58PP/RLWAY/02Ticket prices, waggon direction tickets etc.: Cheap return tickets from Cambridge, 1st July 1958; timetable and prices for half-day excursions from Cambridge to Kettering and Leicester, July- September 1958; and four waggon tickets giving details of destination, type of waggon etc., 1952, 1953, 1956 and one (to Kirby Colliery from Coote & Warren at St Ives) undated.Ticket prices 250 x 150mm, printed on paper; waggon tickets 125 x 100mm and 80 x 120mm, printed on card.
BRYANT& BRYANT1930s?SAVNM2013.6St IvesFlyer for 'Manly Moccasins for Manly Men'. Front cover shows a round photograph print of a shoe factory interior. Along the bottom of the front page reads BRYANT & BRYANT, Bridge Street, St Ives. The following 3 pages show drawings of various men's boots, together with a description and price.Flyer, 4pp, 140 x 95
BURY1913PP/Sales/BURY/1913BurySee PH/Sales/HUNTS/1913 - includes land in Bury.
BURY FEN BANDY CLUB1882-93PP/SKATE/01Notebook with minutes of meetings and details of matches of the Bury Fen Bandy Club, from inaugural meeting 12.12.1882; breaks off abruptly while describing the Dutch tour in 1893; also press cuttings pasted in and financial accounts at the back.220 x 180mm, notebook.
BURY FEN BANDY CLUBVariousPP/SKATE/02.01-081)Poster for Skating Festival at Bluntisham, 5.3.1891;2) Offprint from "The Field", 11.2.1885, "100 Miles Skate at Zwickau, Saxony, by Mr Louis Tebbutt;3) "Rules of the Bluntisham and Earith Skating Hockey Club", no date (2 copies);4) poster for Bandy match at Bury Fen, 29.12.1892;5) "National Skating Association Proposed Rules for Hockey on the Ice (2pp MS), with covering letter from James Digby, 29.11.1892; 6) "Bury Fen Bandy Club Rules of Play", 1 copy 1882; 7)Bury Fen Bandy Club Rules of play, 2 copies 1892, one with MS alterations;8) two ribbons, presumably armbands for use on the field of play, one pink, printed "BURY FEN B.C.", the other red, printed "BURY FEN BANDY CLUB".
BURY FEN BANDY CLUBVarious (contd.)PP/SKATE/02 (contd.)Various, printed papers unless otherwise stated
C LAVENDERSaturday 19th April 1817SAVNM2013.20.912Great GiddingDiscription of the farm and cottagesm for sale along with the conditions of sale.33 x 42mm, Black print on front cover and hand written conditions of sale on the two inner pages, all on heavey duty legale paper. Printed by S.&E. Geard, St. Neots.
CAMBRIDGE ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY1911SAVNM2013.20.120'Exhibition of Stuart & Cromwellian Relics and articles of interest connected with the Stuart Period at the Guildhall, Cambridge, May 15-20, 1911'catalogue, 220mm x 140mm
CAMBRIDGE INDEPENDENT PRESS1866SAVNM2013.20.37St IvesArticle relates to a town meeting held in the Hall of the Institution to discuss the Reform Bill. Taken from the Cambridge Independent Press dated April 14 1866.600 x 310mm
CAMBRIDGE INDEPENDENT PRESS1867SAVNM2013.20.35St IvesArticle relates to the convening of a public meeting of Liberals, held in the Institution Hall, for the purpose of supporting Mr Gladstone in his policy on reform. From paper dated May 4 1867.630 x 210mm
CAMBRIDGE INDEPENDENT PRESS1869SAVNM2013.20.40St IvesArticle relates to a court case brought against a farmer by the Duke of Manchester to test his right to levy a toll of 1d on every beast brought to St Ives Market. The jury found for the Duke of Manchester the sum of 2s and 11d.700 x 200mm
CAMBRIDGE INDEPENDENT PRESS1870SAVNM2013.20.39St IvesArticle relates to a Vestry Meeting held in St Ives at the Boys' National School to select and appoint trustees to the Town Estate. Taken from the Cambridge Independent Press January 15 1870.620 x 270mm
CAMBRIDGE INDEPENDENT PRESS1873SAVNM2013.20.38St IvesArticle relates to the appointment of Major Donnelly RE, by the Privy Council to look into the incorporation of St Ives into a Borough. Taken from the Cambridge Independent Press, dated December 27 1873.620 x 200mm
CARLYLE, T & HOLLAND, REV. I. K1849SAVNM2013.20.83St IvesPrinted copy of an unpublished letter from the late Thomas Carlyle, addressed to the late Rev. Isaiah Knowles Holland, of St Ives, in 1849 - reply to a letter written by the latter, in reference to a proposal, then being considered, for the erection of a statue in memory of Oliver CromwellBooklet, 4pp, 220mm x 145mm
CE ROWELL and EJ CULPINUNKNOWNSAVNM2013.20.49.2St IvesFlyer from the Ratepayers and Burgesses Association to the people of St Ives encouraging them to join the association. Issued by the joint secretaries CE Rowell and EJ Culpin.200 x 255mm
CE ROWELL and EJ CULPINUNKNOWNSAVNM2013.20.49.1St IvesFlyer from the Ratepayers and Burgesses Association to the people of St Ives encouraging them to join the association. Issued by the joint secretaries CE Rowell and EJ Culpin.200 x 255mm
CE ROWELL and EJ CULPINUNKNOWNSAVNM2013.20.49.3St IvesFlyer from the Ratepayers and Burgesses Association to the people of St Ives encouraging them to join the association. Issued by the joint secretaries CE Rowell and EJ Culpin.200 x 255mm
CENTRAL GOVERNMENT1952SAVNM2013.20.1St IvesNational Proclamation of accession of Queen Elizabeth with covering letter from George Day to Mr Pinkney stating that it is to be placed in the Museum.765 x 55 mm
CHARLES HAROLD COOTE1898SAVNM2013.20.48St IvesFlyer printed by JG Hankins, Steam Printers, St Ives, from Charles Harold Coote to the Burgesses of St Ives, October 25th, 1898. Coote is putting himself forward as a candidate for a vacate seat on the council.125 x 200mm
CHARRINGTONSNo datePP/S.IVE/03Order Office Album and Sales Office Album.185 + 99pp, 280 x 215mm, printed pages bound in loose-leaf three-ring binder, illus, photos., tables.
CHEERING WORDS MAGAZINE20th CSAVNM2013.20.109piece on Cromwell's pocket soldier biblepage, 173mm x 112mm
CHEERING WORDS MAGAZINE20th CSAVNM2013.20.108extract from Cromwell's letter to his daugherpage, 173mm x 109mm
CIVIL SERVICE ICE SKATING ASSOCIATION28th MARCH 1939SAVNM2013.20.684Huntingdon"CIVIL SERVICE ICE SKATING ASSOCIATION" :"Annual Ice Carnival"; " SOUVENIR PROGRAMME"; " 4D"; "EMPRESS HALL, EARLS COURT, MARCH 28TH ,1939".22 X 14 mm, thin cream coloured card cover with title and crown mounted crest in dark blue print surrounded with a blue shall boarder; inside 12 cream coloured pages printed in blue ink; Slightly crumpled as if it has been in someone’s pocket and staples rusty; Printed by "Morris & Chapman, Printers, 15, Gt. Dover St., Borough, S.E.1.
COLLEGIATE SCHOOL1901SAVNM2013.20.87St IvesProgramme dated 3rd December 1901 for prizegiving day at Collegiate School, St IvesBooklet, 3pp, 195mm x 125mm
COLONEL HENREY JAMES, ROYAL ENGINEERS1868SAVNM2013.20.531HuntingdonA map showing Proposed Parliamentary boundary for 1868: Parliamentary boundary1832: municipal boundary and Parish and Town Boundaries to a scale of 1inch to the mile, and signed bottom right by Colonal Henry James in black ink. Written on the front in pencil top right hand "Huntingdon" and just below this in centre ""Report of Boundary Commission1868". A second map showing the same detail as the one above but attached to a copy of the report of the boundary Commission for 1868. A second copy of the "Report of Boundary Commission1868".Map and attached "Report of Boundary Commission 1868". One printed page for each 37 x 51 mm, printed on now yellowed paper in good condition. Second map right hand edge damaged 37 x 26 mm. second "Report of Boundary Commission 1868" 37 x 26mm good condition.
COLONEL HENRY JAMES ROYAL ENGINEERS1868SAVNM2013.20.533HuntingdonA map showing Proposed Parliamentary boundary for 1868: Parliamentary boundary1832: municipal boundary and Parish and Town Boundaries to a scale of 1inch to the mile, and signed bottom right by Colonel Henry James in black ink. Written on the front in pencil top right hand "Huntingdon" and just below this in centre ""Report of Boundary Commission1868". Attached to a copy of the report of the boundary Commission for 1868.Map and attached "Report of Boundary Commission 1868". On now yellowed paper, bottom right hand corner of report damaged by a spillage of ink in the past. The document and map contained in a folder 36 x 53 with price sticker on back and on the front printed "Report of the Boundary Commission 1868: and below in black ink written "Huntingdon”. Cover badly damaged by ink spillage.
COOTE, HOWARD1899SAVNM2013.20.85HuntingdonTicket to celebrate the Tercentenary of Cromwell on Thursday April 27th 1899 at 1pm, Corn Exchange, Huntingdon. President Howard Coote - speakers: J Rendel Harris and W. T. Stead - price 2/6Ticket, 90mm x 115mm
COPY OF PRESS ITEM1900 ?SAVNM2013.20.929Great Staughton " GREAT STAUGHTON": " THE NEW WINDOW IN THE CHURCH".52 X 14mm, black print on stiff white card (now discoloured with age): some damage to top right-hand corner and some foxing.
County of Huntingdon and Peterborough Fire Service1971SAVNM2014.18St IvesCounty of Huntingdon and Peterborough Fire Service Official Opening of the New County Fire Station, Ramsey Road, St Ives, by the Worshipful Mayor of St Ives B.P James on Saturday, 15th May, 1971 at 3pm. Programme includes an Order of Ceremony, as well as a History of St Ives Fire Brigade. See photographs SAVNM2014.11-175pp, black and white including 4 black and white images of the old and new fire stations in St Ives along with personnel. 240mm x 164mm card cover with paper inserts.
CROMWELL STATUE FUND1901SAVNM2013.20.81St IvesList of donations and donors to the Cromwell Statue Fund, St Ives, Hunts - many names familiar to the museum; i.e Tebbutt, Whymper - total raised £1034 14s 6dBooklet, 2pp, 205mm x 130mm
CROMWELL STATUE FUND1901SAVNM2013.20.80St IvesList of donations and donors to the Cromwell Statue Fund, St Ives, Hunts - many names familiar to the museum; i.e Tebbutt, Whymper - total raised £1034 14s 6dBooklet, 2pp, 205mm x 130mm
CROMWELL STATUE FUND1903PP/S.IVE/07St IvesBorough of St Ives, Hunts. Cromwell Statue. Sculptor - Mr F.W. Pomeroy, Chelsea. Balance Sheet and List of Subscribers. St Ives, J.G. Hankin & Son Steam Printers, (1903).(10)pp, 205 x 130mm.
CROMWELL STATUE FUND/ST IVES TOWN COUNCIL?1901SAVNM2013.20.82St IvesTicket for the Luncheon to celebrate the unveiling of the Cromwell Statue in St Ives, Hunts on Wednesday, October 23rd 1901Ticket, 75mm x 110mm
CROMWELL, OLIVER1976SAVNM2013.20.86a'By the Lord Protector: A Proclamation of his Highnes, with the consent of his Council, for continuing all Persons being in Office for the Execution of Publike Justice at the time of the late Change of Government, until his Highnes further direction'poster, 345mm x 244mm
D.C00PER & CO., PRINTERS, HUNTINGDONJune 22nd, 1911SAVNM2013.20.615Huntingdon"Coronation of King George V, Huntingdon Celebration, June 22, 1911.19 x 26mm order of service four sides of paper printed in black on all four sides.
DAILY HERALD1935SAVNM2013.20.31St IvesDaily Herald, Friday, 23rd August 1935. Article on page 3 about a children's fishing contest in St Ives, Hunts. Contains details of the winners. Head line states "1000 Child Anglers' Day Out". Organised by the Cmabridge Albion Angling Society. Large picture on the back page of children crossing the town bridge.Paper, 440 x 530mm
DALZELL, John1853SAVNM2013.20.883 and 884 EynesburyMemoir of Eliza Baldock, of Eynesbury, Saint Neots, Huntingdonshire. By her Class Leader.(2 copies)St Neots, David R. Tomson, 1853. 10pp, 170 x 110mm. Also a SECOND COPY, cut down to 135 x 95mm.
DILLEY, SON & READ1903SAVNM2013.20.842Buckden"BOUGHTON (Between Buckden and St Neots), Huntingdonshire. CATALOGUE OF ALL THE VALUABLE HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE…". Sale of house contents at auction 3 July 1903, listed by room, sold by Dilley, Son & Read, Auctioneers of Huntingdon, St Ives and St Neots.Booklet 217mm x 141mm, 16pp, printed by "Advertiser" Office, St Neots. Good condition, appears to have been folded vertically at some time.
DRING, Mary1854SAVNM2013.20.821a and bAlconburyInfantine Poems, or Aunt Mary's Rhymes. Composed for little children (a). (b) is a single sheet of paper with ink writing 'With loose note by Dr Garrood: "The Authoress of this little Book lived at Alconbury, but I am not quite sure, if you do not care for it, some of the family would like it JRG There has been an Oliver Dring at Warboys for years"London, J. & C. Mozley, 1854. 36pp, 120 x 75mm, frontis.
EARITH1935SAVNM2013.9dEarithEarith Silver Jubilee Celebrations, May 6th, 1935, held in the Recreation Field, Chairman: L R Edward, Hon Treasurer E G Parren, Hon Secretary H C Last. Details of events including baby show, fancy dress, sports, vehicle parade and firework display.Booklet, 8 pp, 139 x 215mm. F Darlow Printer, St Ives
EARITH1937SAVNM2013.9cEarithEarith Coronation, Programme of Celebrations, May 12th 1937, held in the Recreation Field. Chairman: S L Browne, Hon Treasure J J Davies, Hon Secretary H C Last. Details of programme of events, committees etc. The final 3 pages contain local advertisements.Booklet, 8pp, 147 x 228mm. The Reliance Press, Chatteris
EARITH1953SAVNM2013.9eEarithEarith Huntingdonshire Coronation Celebrations, 2nd June, 1953 GOD SAVE THE QUEEN, Souvenir Programme. Inside details the Coronation's Celebrations Officials, the programme of events covering Sunday May 31s and Monday June 1st 1953 as well as Tuesday June 2nd 1953 in detail. Tuesday events started at 9.30am wih a Short United Service, followed by a television of the Coronation in the Village Hall, Fancy dress, parade line up, childre and adults's sports, tea party, open air concert, dancing, torchlight procession and ending with a Bonfire and Fireworks Display and 'God Save the Queen' at 12 midnightBooklet, 6pp, 200 x 136, Frank Wilson, Printer, St Ives
EARITH?1939SAVNM2013.9aEarith?Personal message by HM Queen Elizabeth I WISH TO MARK, BY THIS PERSONAL MESSAGE, my appreciation of the service you have rendered to your Country in 1939. In the early days of the War you opened your door to strangers who were in need of shelter, & offered to share your home with them. I know that to this unselfish task you have sacrificed much of your own comfort, & that it could not have been achieved without the loyal co-operation of all your household. By your sympathy you have earned the gratitude of those to whom you have shown hospitality, & by your readiness to serve you have helped the State in a work of great value. Elizabeth R. Typed at the bottom of the page: Fred Rawlings, EsqSingle card sheet, 272 x 171mm.
EDWARD W FOSTER1881SAVNM2013.20.7St IvesSt Ives Hunts: Flyer printed by Cromwell Printing Works, St Ives Hunts. 22/10/81. Manifesto of Edward W Foster wishing to be elected onto St Ives Town Council on Tuesday November 1, 1881. Titled The Electoral Comet.Flyer, 2pp, 160 x 255 mm
EDWARD WALTER HUNNYBUN01/01/1891SAVNM2013.20.532HuntingdonBrown paper document file containing a copy of the "Statement with position of read to the creditors of Alfred Wood".Brown paper document file 34 x 21mm: written on the front top left 2 underlined, in the top middle "HUNTINGDON" , 6mm below this on the left 1891, across the middle 4mm below the date "Statement with Position read to Creditors of Alfred Wood", all in black ink.
EDWARD WALTER HUNNYBUN01/01/1891SAVNM2013.20.532Huntingdon A copy of the document relating to "Statement with position of read to the creditors of Alfred Wood".Document printed on two insides pages of good quality legal paper, 32 x 40. front and back left blank.
EDWARDS, JOHN1642SAVNM2013.20.86chandwritten note - undistinguishable except for the date, 28th March 1642 - seems to be written in shorthandscrap of paper, 109mm x 195mm
EDWIN CHAPPELL1933SAVNM2013.20.824aBrampton"Bibliographia Pepysiana". A Short-Title Pepysian Bibliography. With a printed open letter "To all who are interested in Samuel Pepys… Its scope is therefore much wider than that of anything which has appeared up to now…" etc. Contains listings of works of Samuel Pepys and all other books that reference him.185mm x 125mm, 19pp booklet plus 4pp insert letter. Printed by Edwin Chappell, Blackheath. Good condition.
EDWIN CHAPPELL1933SAVNM2013.20.824aBrampton"Bibliographia Pepysiana". A Short-Title Pepysian Bibliography. With a printed open letter "To all who are interested in Samuel Pepys… Its scope is therefore much wider than that of anything which has appeared up to now…" etc. Contains listings of works of Samuel Pepys and all other books that reference him.185mm x 125mm, 19pp booklet plus 4pp insert letter. Printed by Edwin Chappell, Blackheath.
EDWIN CHAPPELL1933SAVNM2013.20.824bBramptonAs SAVNM2013.20.824a, with additional single page "With the compliments of Mr Edwin Chappell" and quotation from Pepys' Diary.185mm x 125mm, 19pp booklet plus 4pp insert letter and single page 'With compliments' Printed by Edwin Chappell, Blackheath. Excellent condition.
EDWIN CHAPPELL1933SAVNM2013.20.824bBramptonAs SAVNM2013.20.824a, with additional single page "With the compliments of Mr Edwin Chappell" and quotation from Pepys' Diary.185mm x 125mm, 19pp booklet plus 4pp insert letter and single page 'With compliments' Printed by Edwin Chappell, Blackheath.
EDWIN CHAPPELL1933SAVNM2013.20.833Brampton"SAMUEL PEPYS AS A NAVAL ADMINISTRATOR. A lecture delivered to the Hull Historical Association on the 29th September 1933". Lecture given by Edwin Chappell about Pepys' 17th century naval career. In it he also reprimands people for regarding Pepys as purely a Diarist.Booklet 247mm x 187mm, 23pp, printed by Walter Lewis M.A. at the University Press Cambridge. Some foxing on cover front and back but otherwise good condition.
EDWIN CHAPPELL1936SAVNM2013.20.826Brampton"Tangier in 1683 and 1935. A Paper which was to have been read before the SAMUEL PEPYS CLUB February 4th 1936". A history of Britain's possession of Tangier and Pepys' visit there.185mm x 125mm, 12pp booklet, printed by The Blackheath Press, London, 1936
EDWIN CHAPPELL1936SAVNM2013.20.826Brampton"Tangier in 1683 and 1935. A Paper which was to have been read before the SAMUEL PEPYS CLUB February 4th 1936". A history of Britain's possession of Tangier and Pepys' visit there.185mm x 125mm, 12pp booklet, printed by The Blackheath Press, London, 1936
ELIZABETH BALCH1890SAVNM2013.20.556HuntingdonArticle on Hinchingbrooke House from "GLIMPSES OF OLD ENGLISH HOMES": with an etching of the "Old Norman Gateway at Hinchingbrooke".Page Nos. 542 & 543 from "GLIMPSES OF OLD ENGLISH HOMES", measuring 26 x 18 mm and the etching 10 x 13 mm. Top right hand corner creased, with some foxing on page
ENDERBY & Co. Ltd.1925-64PP/S.IVE/01St IvesCo-partnership meeting, etc. (14 programmes for "tea and entertainment" held at the Free Church Schoolroom 1925-8 and at the Corn Exchange 1929-34, 1936-39; also for "Coronation Old Time Ball" (apparently by St Ives Borough Council not Enderby's) June 1953; and Enderby's Christmas Party, at the Corn Exchange 1964)26 x 28mm, white paper with black print: title page bordered by four over lapping in each corner black lines; back page left blank. Printed by Percy C. Tomson, Market Square, St. Neots.
Engraved by R. ROFFE from a drawing by R. MRRADENJuly 1804SAVNM2013.20.956Godmanche-sterPage from "The BEAUTIES OF ENGLAND" with engraving of Godmanchester Church, Huntingdonshire.Illistrated on one side of the page only: page14 x 22mm and engraving 10 x 15mm.Discoloured with age.
ERNEST GALWAYApril, 1899SAVNM2013.20.805Huntingdon"CROMWELLS TOWN & TIMES'; "SOUVENIR of CROMWELL TERCENTENARY, APRIL 1899". Priced one shilling.14 x 45mm, booklet of 34 light tan coloured pages: with black print and sepia photographs. Front and back covers of stiff fawn coloured card with black & red decorative borders and the word Souvenir in large red print. Inner pages have come detached from cover, but otherwise in V/G condition.
ERNEST GALWAYc1930sSAVNM2013.20.563HuntingdonTitle "HUNTINGDON TOWN: HISTORICAL ASS0CATIONS ILLUSTRATED BY PEN AND CAMERA". Nicely illustrated throughout with sepia and monochrome photographs and pen and ink pictures.Thirty-four page booklet: measuring 14 x 43 mm; printed and published by W.Goggs & Son, High Street, London: T. Michell, 48 &50, Aldersgate Street. Slight scorch marks in top left hand corner. May be missing original cover. Bound by cotton thread.
F. MADDISON. SURVEYOR AND APPRAISERJuly 30th 1863SAVNM2013.20.914Great Paxton"Great Paxton, Huntingdonshire": "Particulars of 29 Acres of first-rate ARABLE AND PASTURE LAND, Two newly-erected brick-and-slated dwelling-houses, Machinist's and Carpenter's Shops, & 16 Roomy and Substantial Cottages, with out-buildings and graden ground to each".33 x 42mm, heavy white paper with black print, with an agreement for purchase on the front; against the lots in black ink is written the price the Lot realised and the purchasers surname.
F.A Standen & Sons LtdSAVNM2013.3gSt IvesBlank postcard 'F.A Standen & Son, Ltd' Agricultural Engineers, Stanpoint Works, St Ives, Our Ref (please quote in reply)Card 86 x 137mm
FENSTANTON CONSERVATIVE CLUBJanuary 1908SAVNM2013.20.976Fenstanton"FENSTANTON CONSERVATIVE CLUB RULES".18 x 25mm, dark red covered booklet of eight white paper pages, yellowed with age, text printed in black with the front title page having a black decrotive boarder.
FENSTANTON HORTICULRAL SOCIETYJuly 23rd, 1908SAVNM2013.20.977Fenstanton"FENSTANTON HORTICULRAL SOCIETY': 'The First ANNUAL SHOW".19 X 25mm, four white paper now yellowed with age pages with more information on the insides of the front and back cover.front and cover made of card of a salmon pink colour, with black print within a black decrotive boarder. Stapel rusty and the cover has detached front the pages.
FENSTANTON STOCK CLUB1892SAVNM2013.20.974Fenstanton "RULES (Revised 1892) of the FENSTANTON STOCK CLUB': ' Established: october 23rd 1889".17 x 21mm, pale blue covered rule book of eight white pages, Title page has a black lined border with fleur-de-lis in each corner, with rule XIII on page 5 missing having been cut out some time in the past and at some time it has been folded in half, foxing on cover and staple rusty. Printed & Published by Jarman & Gregory, "Hunts County Guardian" Office, St Ives.
FENSTANTON STOCK CLUB1905SAVNM2013.20.975Fenstanton"RULES (Revised 1905) of the FENSTANTON STOCK CLUB': ' Established: october 23rd 1889".17 x 21mm, dark green covered rule book of of eight white pages, ages, Title page has a black lined border with decrotive square in each corner. Printed & Published by "The Hunts Post" Works, The Broadway, Saint Ives.
FENSTANTON STOCK CLUB1913SAVNM2013.20.965Fenstanton"RULES (revised 1905 & 1913). of the FENSTANTON STOCK CLUB': 'Established October 23rd 1889,".17 x 21mm; dark green paper covered with black print on the front cover, surrounded with a decorative black border: inside front cover a white Norris Library & Museum sticker with the following " Pamphlets Fenstanton': "FENSTANTON STOCK CLUB 1913". At the bottom of the page stamped in black "NORRIS LIBRARY" and bellow this"82.14"; inside are 8 white pages printed in black with heavy foxing, spine becoming detached from pages and staple rusty. Printed & Published by J.G. HANKIN & SON, The Pavement, Saint Ives.
FORD & TURNER PRINTERS, 77, COLEMAN STREET,E.C.1891SAVNM2013.20.539HuntingdonShare Prospectus for the OUSE RIVER, CANAL AND STEAM NAVIGATION, LIMITED. Shares offered at £5 per for both preference and ordinary shares: the company board is given as: The Right Hon. the Earl of Sandwich (Lord Lieutenant of the County of Huntingdonshire and Chairman of the Hunts County Council), Hinchingbrook, Huntingdon, (Chairman): James Martine, Esq (Chairman West Australian Land Company Limited), (Deputy-chair); Edwin Cravan, Esq (Messers. Edwin Cravan &Co), Guildhall Chambers; R.B., Esq (Messers Stafford & Rogers, Bedford. Local Manager; F.D. Veasey, Esq., Huntingdon. + A map of the Fens river system with the navigable part of the Ouse in red and the proposed extension as a dotted red line. A share application form and a copy of a letter dated 02nd July 1891, from R. Elliott Cooper to the Director of the Ouse River Canal and Steam Navigation, Ltd, on the current state of the infrastructure on the navigable part of the river.Printed on three sides of buff coloured paper folded in four with the second panel being the title. Measuring 39 x 48 mm. In very good condition. The two share application forms measure 33 x 21mm and both are in mint condition. The map measures 24 x 37 mm; the share application form 33 x 23mm.The letter 37 x 21 mm. all in mint condition
FORESTERS, Ancient Order of1881SAVNM2013.20.843 and 844BuckdenRules of Court "Good Will", No. 6755, Branch of the Bedfordshire District of the Ancient Order of Foresters Friendly Society, held at the National School Room, Buckden, In the County of Huntingdon. Two copiesSt Neots, D.R. Tomson, 1881. 22 + (5)pp, 180 x 120mm.
FOWELL & SON1894PP/S.IVE/02St IvesFowell & Son's Improved Direct-Acting Double Gear Hay Press, etc.270 x 205mm, red & black print on paper, one sheet.
FRANCIS MOORE & ROBERT EDIS1847SAVNM2013.20.565HuntingdonMoor's and local Almanack for the year 1847: also has Robert Edis books catalogue incorporated within which has written in ink along the edge MR S. S. Sibley, Auctioneers Buntingford, Herts.19 x 22 mm: ; pages very dog-eared and in poor condition.
FRANCIS MOORE & WESTON HATFIELD, CAMBRIDGE1836SAVNM2013.20.585HuntingdonMoore's and local Almanack for the year 1836.19 x 22 mm: at some time lost its cover and is now covered in very old and dirty brown paper; pages very dog-eared and in poor condition.
FRANK (a solder in WWI possibly Frank Goodlife)09/05/1918SAVNM 2013.20.544HuntingdonPostcard to: Miss F Goodlife, Montagu House, Huntingdon, Hunts, England; Postmarked in top right hand corner "Field Post Office T.17".Postcard measuring 8 x 13 mm, with writing in pencil and printing on both sides.
FRANK (a solder in WWI possibly Frank Goodlife)14/01/15SAVNM 2013.20.545HuntingdonPostcard to: Miss F Goodlife, Montagu House, Huntingdon, Hunts, England; Postmarked in top right hand corner "Field Post Office 7".Postcard measuring 9 x 14 mm, with writing in pencil and printing on both sides.
FRANK (a solder in WWI possibly Frank Goodlife)27/07/16SAVNM 2013.20.546HuntingdonPostcard to: Miss F Goodlife, Brook House, Ellington, Hunts, Blighty; Postmarked in top right hand corner "Field Post Office 59".Postcard measuring 9 x 14 mm, with writing in pencil and printing on both sides.
FRANK (a solder in WWI possibly Frank Goodlife)SAVNM 2013.20.547HuntingdonPostcard to: Miss F Goodlife, Victoria Hotel, [Illeg],[Illeg] , England; Postmarked in top right hand corner "Field Post Office T.17".Postcard measuring 9 x 14 mm, with writing in pencil and printing on both sides.
Frank Goodliff26th July 1916SAVNM2013.20.545Huntingdon"FIELD SERVICE POSTCARD", (A.F.A . 2042. 114/ Gen. No. /5248.)from Frank Goodliff to Miss. F Goodliff. Post marked "FIELD POST OFFICE T.59; dated 28 Ju 16.9 x 14mm, buff coloured card with black print with non-appropriate sentences crossed out in pencil, address, date and signature of sender in pencil
FRANK WILSON1961SAVNM2013.20.50St IvesPamphlet printed by Frank Wilson, St Ives, for a Civic Service held in St Ives on Sunday, May 28th, 1961, at All Saints Parish Church at 11.00am. Attended by the mayor, councillor M. Haigh, JP and the Corporation of St Ives.145 x 215mm
FRANK WILSON1974SAVNM2013.20.51St IvesPamphlet printed by Frank Wilson, St Ives, for a civic service held in St Ives on Sunday 9th June, 1974, at 6.30pm, to give thanks to god for 100 years of St Ives as a borough. Mayor at the time Ft Jennings. Held at All Saints Parish Church.145 x 230mm
FRASER FAMILYVariousPP/HOLYW/01HolywellA collection of papers about members of the Fraser family of Holywell and about Jacobitism: mostly certificates from the Royal Drawing Society, Pitman's Shorthand, St Ives Grammar School, examination boards etc.; also a certificate enrolling Arthur Anderson Fraser as a member of the Legitimist Jacobite League of Great Britain and Ireland, 26.9.1891.Various sizes.
FREE CHURCH FEDERATIONThursday, April 27th, 1899SAVNM2013.20.804Huntingdon"FREE CHURCH FEDERATION': Programme of TERCENTENARY of the birth of OlivTercentenary of the Birth of Oliver Cromwell'; ' Celebrations at HUNTINGDON'; ' Thursday, April 27th, 1899".21 x 26mm, four pages of light green paper: with black print on three sides. Title page has a floral scroll going from right to left and half way down the left hand side, with a tiles boarder along the bottom.
FREE CHURCH FEDERATIONThursday, April 27th, 1899SAVNM2013.20.803Huntingdon"FREE CHURCH FEDERATION': Programme of TERCENTENARY of the birth of OlivTercentenary of the Birth of Oliver Cromwell'; ' Celebrations at HUNTINGDON'; ' Thursday, April 27th, 1899".21 x 26mm, four pages of pink paper: with black print on three sides. Title page has a floral scroll going from right to left and half way down the left hand side, with a tiles boarder along the bottom.
FREE CHURCH FEDERATIONThursday, April 27th, 1899SAVNM2013.20.802Huntingdon"FREE CHURCH FEDERATION': Programme of TERCENTENARY of the birth of OlivTercentenary of the Birth of Oliver Cromwell'; ' Celebrations at HUNTINGDON'; ' Thursday, April 27th, 1899".21 x 26mm, four pages of pink paper: with black print on three sides. Title page has a floral scroll going from right to left and half way down the left hand side, with a tiles boarder along the bottom. All four pages have a water stain in them.
From M.S. MAP1541SAVNM2013.20.911Great Gidding"Manor of Great Gidding (insert), from M.S. Map, 1541": (in the possession of Sir Michael Culme-Seymour, Bart, Rockingham, Castle, Nothants.)31 x 21mm, map; black print on white paper (now discoloured with age). Crumpled at bottom and has an 18mm creas up the right hand side, 2mm tear in the top centre and 800 copies in pencil at top left corner.
G. Hicks1515SAVNM2013.20.972Fenstanton"An Account of the CHARITIES of the Parish of Fenstanton, Their Origin, Situation and Extent, compiled from various sources, by G. Hicks, Clerk to the Town Trustees from 1881 to 1915".21 x 27mm, salmon pink covered booklet of 20 white pages with black print used throughout: hand written notes in black ink at the inside top of front cover. Back cover and page 19 have a 2mm tear 7mm from the bottom of the page and a 1mm tear at the bottom. Staples are rusty and the cover is coming away from the pages, the front cover has the No 481 blue ink and circled at the bottom and in pencil in the top left hand corner 1/6. Printed by .G. HANKIN & SON, The Pavement, Saint Ives, Hunts,.
G.M. FOX., HONORARY SECRETARTAugust 26th,1842.SAVNM2013.20.812HuntingdonPoster annoncing the opening of the "HUNTINGDON INSTITUTION" and Evening meeting of "THE LITERARY AND SCIENTIFIC INSTITUTION".24 x 19mm poster on single sheet of pale blue paper. Discoloured around the edges and with small hole in middle (may have been spiked on a letter spike at some time in the past).
G.M. FOX., HONORARY SECRETARTNovember 18th, 1844SAVNM2013.20.810HuntingdonAnnouncing the Annual Meeting of shareholders of the Huntingdon Institution19 x 22mm, single sheet of writing paper with black printing. At the top in ink G.M. Fox. Letter has small hole in middle (may have been spiked on a letter spike at some time in the past).
G.M. PEETUnknownSAVNM2013.20.970Fenstanton"POPULAR EVENT CORRECTED, QUEEN ELIZABETH AT FENSTANTON".29 x 23mm x three lined paper pages of close hand written text in black ink: with the pages numbered in the top right hand corner; in pencil in the middle mof page one in another hand "Fenstanton versus Longstanton"; at the bottom of the last page four lines of notes again in another hand in pencil. On the back of page three an ink written note in G.M. Peet's hand. Across the bottom in another hand in blue ink is printed "QUEEN ELIZABETH AT FENSTANTON".
GABRIEL NEWTON'S CHARITY1901SAVNM2013.20.602Huntingdon"GABRIEL NEWTON'S CHARITY' 'STATEMENT of Receipts and Payments FOR THE YEAR 1901"21 X 28mm: light green front and back cover with lighter green wave effect; inside buff white pages one a repeat of the front cover, two of acounts and the fourth blank; all printing in black.
GABRIEL NEWTON'S CHARITY1902SAVNM2013.20.603HuntingdonGABRIEL NEWTON'S CHARITY' ' STATEMENT of RECEIPTS and EXPENDITURE for THE YEAR 1902".21 X 28mm: light orange front and back cover with lighter orange wave effect; inside four white pages one a repeat of the front cover, two of accounts and the fourth blank; all printing in black
GABRIEL NEWTON'S CHARITY1904SAVNM2013.20.604HuntingdonGABRIEL NEWTON'S CHARITY' ' STATEMENT of RECEIPTS and EXPENDITURE for THE YEAR 1904".21 X 28mm: light green front and back cover with lighter green wave effect; inside four white pages one a repeat of the front cover, two of accounts and the fourth blank; all printing in black
GABRIEL NEWTON'S CHARITY1911SAVNM2013.20.605HuntingdonGABRIEL NEWTON'S CHARITY' ' STATEMENT of RECEIPTS and EXPENDITURE for THE YEAR 1911".21 X 28mm: light grey checked front and back cover; inside four buff coloured pages one a repeat of the front cover, two of accounts and the fourth blank; all printing in black
GEORGE MORRIS FOX HONORARY SECRETARTDecember 12th, 1842SAVNM2013.20.811Huntingdon"HUNTINGDON INSTITUTION"21 x 19mm, single sheet of pale blue writing paper with black print. The bottom of the letter has been cut off. And small hole in middle (may have been spiked on a letter spike at some time in the past).
GILBERT MABBOTFebruary 8, 1647SAVNM2013.20.559HuntingdonTranscript of the trial of Sir Edward Mosley for the rape of Mrs Anne Swinnerton at Huntingdon Assizes, before Judge Dodderridge: commencing on 28th January 1647.Pages 499 to 502 from an unknown publication, measuring 29 x 41 mm: On page 499 in top left hand corner written in pencil and underlined "Huntingdon Rape". Bound in paper measuring 29 x 41 mm; with two titles in ink on the front "Curious Huntingdonshire Surnames - 1619. " (not contained with the rape case) and "Trial of Sir Edward Moseley for Rape - 1647". Also in pencil underlined "CIBO copy". Some foxing throughout.
GOODMAN, Albert1896-97PP/SKATE/10Ice-Bound. (Skating verses)Unbound typescript with pencil annotations, iv + 77pp, 270 x 205mm.
GRAMMAR SCHOOL1903SAVNM2013.20.12St IvesSt Ives Hunts: Distribution of Prizes booklet for Grammar School, published by J G Hankins and Son, Steam Printers, St Ives. Contains list of events and list of prize winners in various subjects and Examiner's Report. Held on Tuesday December 15th, 1903Booklet, 5pp, 130 x 200mm
GRAMMAR SCHOOL1904SAVNM2013.20.8St IvesSt Ives Hunts: Programme of events for Grammar School sports day, published by J G Hankin and Son, Steam Printers, St Ives. Sports day to be held on Thursday July 14th, 1904. Various track and field events were to take place as well as several novelty events.Booklet, 8 pp, 117 x 172 mm
GRAMMAR SCHOOL1906SAVNM2013.20.13St IvesSt Ives Hunts: Distribution of Prizes booklet for Grammar School, published by J G Hankins and Son, Steam Printers, St Ives. Contains list of events and list of prize winners in various subjects and Examiner's Report. Held on Tuesday, February 27th, 1906Booklet, 4pp, 130 x 200mm
GRAMMAR SCHOOL1906SAVNM2013.20.9St IvesSt Ives Hunts: Programme of events for Grammar School sports day, published by J G Hankin and Son, Steam Printers, St Ives. Sports day to be held on Thursday July 12th, 1906. Various track and field events were to take place as well as several novelty events.Booklet, 8pp, 115 x 195mm
GRAMMAR SCHOOL1907SAVNM2013.20.10St IvesSt Ives Hunts: Programme of events for Grammar School sports day, published by J G Hankin and Son, Steam Printers, St Ives. Sports day to be held on Thursday June 20th, 1907. Various track and field events were to take place as well as several novelty events.Booklet, 11pp, 115 x 195mm
GRAMMAR SCHOOL1908SAVNM2013.20.11St IvesSt Ives Hunts: Programme of events for Grammar School sports day, published by J G Hankin and Son, Steam Printers, St Ives. Sports day to be held on Thursday Jul;y 9th, 1908. Various track and field events were to take place as well as several novelty events.Booklet, 13pp, 120 x 150mm
GRAMMAR SCHOOL1911SAVNM2013.20.14St IvesSt Ives Hunts: Programme of events for Grammar School sports day, published by J G Hankin and Son, Steam Printers, St Ives. Sports day to be held on Saturday July 22nd, 1911. Various track and field events were to take place as well as several novelty events.Booklet, 9pp, 110 x 185mm
GRAMMAR SCHOOL1913SAVNM2013.20.15St IvesSt Ives Hunts: Programme of events for Grammar School sports day, published by J G Hankin and Son, Steam Printers, St Ives. Sports day to be held on Wednesday June 25th, 1913. Various track and field events were to take place as well as several novelty events.Booklet, 9pp, 110 x 185mm
GRAMMAR SCHOOL1914SAVNM2013.20.16St IvesSt Ives Hunts: Programme of events for Grammar School sports day, published by J G Hankin and Son, Steam Printers, St Ives. Sports day to be held on Thursday June 18th, 1914. Various track and field events were to take place as well as several novelty events.Booklet, 9pp, 110 x 185mm
GRAMMAR SCHOOL1916SAVNM2013.20.17St IvesSt Ives Hunts: Programme of events for Grammar School sports day, published by J G Hankin and Son, Steam Printers, St Ives. Sports day to be held on Wednesday July 19th, 1916. Various track and field events were to take place as well as several novelty events.Booklet, 10pp, 110 x 185mm
GRAND CINEMA1953SAVNM2013.20.677HuntingdonGRAND CINEMA attractions for August 1953. Giving list of films to be shown for the month, times and prices.14 x 12mm, 8 pages of glossy white paper with claret coloured printing
GRAND CINEMA1955SAVNM2013.20.676HuntingdonGRAND CINEMA attractions for September 1955. Giving list of films to be shown for the month, times and prices.14 x 12mm, 8 pages of glossy white paper with blue printing
GRAND CINEMA1955SAVNM2013.20.675HuntingdonGRAND CINEMA attractions for October 1955. Giving list of films to be shown for the month, times and prices.14 x 12mm, 8 pages of glossy white paper with red printing
GRAND CINEMA1956SAVNM2013.20.674HuntingdonGRAND CINEMA attractions for October 1956. Giving list of films to be shown for the month, times and prices.14 x 12mm, 8 pages of glossy white paper with blue printing
GRAND CINEMA1957SAVNM2013.20.670HuntingdonGRAND CINEMA attractions for November 1957. Giving list of films to be shown for the month, times and prices.14 x 12mm, 8 pages of glossy white paper with red printing.
GRAND CINEMA1957SAVNM2013.20.671HuntingdonGRAND CINEMA attractions for September 1957. Giving list of films to be shown for the month, times and prices.14 x 12mm, 8 pages of glossy white paper with blue printing.
GRAND CINEMA1957SAVNM2013.20.672HuntingdonGRAND CINEMA attractions for April 1957. Giving list of films to be shown for the month, times and prices.14 x 12mm, 8 pages of glossy white paper with blue printing.
GRAND CINEMA1957SAVNM2013.20.673HuntingdonGRAND CINEMA attractions for March 1957. Giving list of films to be shown for the month, times and prices.14 x 12mm, 8 pages of glossy white paper with pink printing.
GRAND CINEMA1958SAVNM2013.20.669HuntingdonGRAND CINEMA attractions for July 1958. Giving list of films to be shown for the month, times and prices.14 x 12mm, 8 pages of glossy white paper with blue printing.
GRAND CINEMA1958SAVNM2013.20.667HuntingdonGRAND CINEMA attractions for September 1958. Giving list of films to be shown for the month, times and prices.14 x 12mm, 8 pages of white Glossy paper with blue printing.
GRAND CINEMA1958SAVNM2013.20.668HuntingdonGRAND CINEMA attractions for August 1958. Giving list of films to be shown for the month, times and prices.14 x 12mm, 8 pages of glossy white paper with red printing.
GRAND CINEMA1960SAVNM2013.20.678HuntingdonGRAND CINEMA attractions for June 1960. Giving list of films to be shown for the month, times and prices.14 x 12mm, 8 pages of glossy white paper with blue printing.
GREAT STAUGHTON PARISHApril 1893SAVNM2013.20.932Great Staughton"GREAT STAUGHTON PARISH MAGAZINE"26 x 38mm, white paper with black print: title page bordered by four over lapping in each corner black lines; back page left blank: paper heavily foxed; written in pencil centre top "Aurois Vag[ill]".
GREAT STAUGHTON PARISHApril 1893SAVNM2013.20.931Great Staughton"GREAT STAUGHTON PARISH MAGAZINE"26 x 38mm, white paper with black print: title page bordered by four over lapping in each corner black lines; back page left blank: paper heavily foxed
GREAT STAUGHTON PARISHOctober 1893SAVNM2013.20.933Great Staughton"GREAT STAUGHTON PARISH MAGAZINE"26 x 38mm, white paper with black print: title page bordered by four over lapping in each corner black lines; back page left blank: paper heavily foxed; Printed by Percy C. Thomson, Market Square, St Neots.
GREAT STAUGHTON PARISH COUNCIL ?November 1919SAVNM2013.20.927Great Staughton"Supplement to the History of Great Staughton, November 1919": with roll of honour for all who served in the Armed Forces both living, dead and missing.21 x 34mm, black printing on once glossy white paper, now discoloured with age and foxed with 2mm tear through all 4 pages 5mm from bottom right hand corner, top of page 3 folded back at some time.
H&G DISTRICT NURSE ASSOCATION 7th ANNUAL REPORT1902SAVNM2013.20.608Huntingdon"HUNTINGDON & GODMANCHESTER DISTRICT NURSE ASSOCATION 7th ANNUAL REPORT". Printed by Wood of Huntingdon.21 x 28mm, 12 pages with 11 printed in black. Very good condition
H&G DISTRICT NURSE ASSOCATION 7th ANNUAL REPORT1908SAVNM2013.20.609Huntingdon"HUNTINGDON & GODMANCHESTER DISTRICT NURSE ASSOCATION 13th ANNUAL REPORT". Printed by Wood of Huntingdon.21 x 28mm, 12 pages with 11 printed in black. Very good condition
H&G DISTRICT NURSE ASSOCATION 7th ANNUAL REPORT1911SAVNM2013.20.610Huntingdon"HUNTINGDON & GODMANCHESTER DISTRICT NURSE ASSOCATION 16th ANNUAL REPORT". Printed by Wood of Huntingdon.21 x 28mm, 8 pages printed in black. Very good condition
HARLEY, J. H1899SAVNM2013.20.118exact copy of SAVNM2013.20.117Booklet, 8pp + cover, 190mm x 130mm
HARLEY, J. H1899SAVNM2013.20.117'Oliver Cromwell: A Tercenternary Tribute, by J H Harley, formerly Congregational Minister at St Neots' second editionBooklet, 8pp + cover, 190mm x 130mm
HARRISON, PRINTER, LANCASTER COURT, THE STRANDUknownSAVNM2013.20.957Grafham"Plan of the Manor of Beachamstead and other estates in the County of Huntingdonshire belonging to Auther Walters Esq. Deceased.43 x 55mm map on heavey paper
HEMINGFORD ABBOTS & HEMINGFORD GREY1901-1902PP/HEMFD/05HemingfordsThe Cottagers' Gardening Society report and balance sheet for 1901, schedule of Summer and Autumn shows 1902 and list of members210 x 140mm, booklet, 24pp
HEMINGFORD ABBOTS & HEMINGFORD GREY1902-1903PP/HEMFD/06HemingfordsThe Cottagers' Gardening Society report and balance sheet for 1902 and schedule of Summer and Autumn shows 1903210 x 140mm, booklet, 13pp
HEMINGFORD ABBOTS & HEMINGFORD GREY1903-1904PP/HEMFD/07HemingfordsThe Cottagers' Gardening Society report and balance sheet for 1903 and schedule of Summer and Autumn shows 1904210 x 140mm, booklet, 12pp
HEMINGFORD ABBOTS & HEMINGFORD GREY1906PP/HEMFD/01HemingfordsProgramme for the Regatta210 x 125mm, folded card
HEMINGFORD ABBOTS & HEMINGFORD GREY1907-1908PP/HEMFD/08HemingfordsThe Cottagers' Gardening Society report and balance sheet for 1907 and schedule of Summer and Autumn shows 1908. Last page annotated with names written in pencil.210 x 140mm, booklet, 13pp
HEMINGFORD ABBOTS & HEMINGFORD GREY1908-1909PP/HEMFD/09HemingfordsThe Cottagers' Gardening Society report and balance sheet for 1908 and schedule of Summer and Autumn shows 1909.210 x 140mm, booklet, 14pp
HEMINGFORD ABBOTS & HEMINGFORD GREY1913PP/HEMFD/03HemingfordsProgramme for the Regatta210 x 125mm, folded card
HEMINGFORD ABBOTS & HEMINGFORD GREY1923PP/HEMFD/04HemingfordsProgramme for the Regatta210 x 125mm, folded card
HEMINGFORD ABBOTS & HEMINGORD GREY1912PP/HEMFD/02HemingfordsProgramme for the Regatta210 x 125mm, folded card
HENRY LATIMER JACKSONSunday 27th January 1901SAVNM2013.20.619Huntingdon"Two pages in a Nation's History A.D.901- A.D.1901" Sermons Preached (in substance) at the Parish Church of S. Marys, Huntingdon. Price one penny.19 x 28mm, fourteen pages including the title page of black print on duck-egg blue paper. Front page with black boarder. Printed and Published by D. Cooper. Huntingdon. In top right hand corner, written in pencil the number "6".
HENRY TRIGG1724 -1812SAVNM2013.20.528HuntingdonCopy of the "Eccentric Will of Henry Trigg of Stevenage proved in the Archdeaconry Huntingdon the 15th of October1724, by the Executor THOMAS TRIGG". Written on the bottom "Bought at Stevenage June the 15th 1812 by Richard [illeg].30 x 08mm, document: printed by P.C. Croft, Printer, &c. St. Ives. Paper yellowed with age some foxing.
HENRY TRIGG1724 -1812SAVNM2013.20.527HuntingdonBrown paper document file containing a copy of the "Eccentric Will of Henry Trigg of Stevenage proved at Huntingdon" with the date of 1724.Brown paper document file measuring 34 x 21mm. Opening on the right hand side. Marked in ink with a underlined 3in the top left hand corner and written on in black ink
HERBERT E. NORRIS1889SAVNM2013.20.552HuntingdonTitled "THE ANNALS OF HUNTINGDON", from 890 to 1889.Eight pages front page title and six pages with a chronically timeline, measuring 19 x 13 mm. good condition with some foxing on each page.
HERBERT LUCAS, M.R.C.S, L.S.A. MEDICAL OFFICER1898SAVNM2013.20.623Huntingdon"Huntingdon Urban District Council' 'REPORT Upon the SANITARY CONDITION OF THE borough of HUNTINGDON' For the year 1898" "by HERBERT LUCAS, M.R.C.S, L.S.A. Medical Officer of Health" "Presented to the Council January 26th 1899. Also contains the report of the Sanitary Inspectors report.22 x 28mm: front and back covered in pink paper with black print, titel contained in black square on front cover.Twelve buff coloured pages in black print. Ptinted by Wood, Printer, Huntingdon. Top right and bottom right corners slightly dog-eared and staples rusty.
HERBERT LUCAS, M.R.C.S, L.S.A. MEDICAL OFFICER1901SAVNM2013.20.624HuntingdonHuntingdon Urban District Council' 'REPORT Upon the SANITARY CONDITION OF THE borough of HUNTINGDON' For the year 1901" "by HERBERT LUCAS, M.R.C.S, L.S.A. Medical Officer of Health" . Also contains the report of the Sanitary Inspectors Samual Beresford..22 x 28mm: front and back covered in green paper with black print, titel contained in black square on front cover.Twelve buff coloured pages in black print. Ptinted by Wood, Printer, High Street. Huntingdon. Bottom right corner slightly dog-eared and staples rusty.
HERBERT LUCAS, M.R.C.S, L.S.A. MEDICAL OFFICER1904SAVNM2013.20.625HuntingdonHuntingdon Urban District Council' 'REPORT Upon the SANITARY CONDITION OF THE borough of HUNTINGDON' For the year 1904" "by HERBERT LUCAS, M.R.C.S, L.S.A. Medical Officer of Health" . Also contains the report of the Sanitary Inspectors Fred Brown.22 x 28mm: front and back covered in foux leather brown paper with black print, with one third up from the bottom a floral designwith in a black printed oblong..Twelve buff coloured pages in black print. Ptinted by Wood, Printer, High Street. Huntingdon. Very good condition but staples rusty.
HERBERT NORRISUknownSAVNM2013.20.928Great Staughton"Sir Oliver Leader"20 x 13mm, single untiteled sheet of typed paper: torn along the bottom and with left-hand corned torn off.
HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE1908SAVNM2013.20.33.1St IvesDay 1 of Mayor &c of St Ives V Wadsworth. High Court of Justice Chancery Division. Royal Courts of Justice, Monday 27th January 1908. Before Mr Justicec Swinfen Eady. Mr MacNaghten, KC and Mr Cunningham Glan for the plaintiffs and Mr Micklem, KC and Mr Mackenzie for the defendant. Court case is about a piece of land in Bridge Street is private or public land.125 x 333mm
HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE1908SAVNM2013.20.33.2St IvesDay 2 of above125 x 333mm
HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE1908SAVNM2013.20.33.3St IvesDay 3 of above125 x 133mm
HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE1908SAVNM2013.20.33.4St IvesDay 4 of above124 x 133mm
HOLYWELL1913PP/Sales/HOLYW/1913HolywellSee PH/Sales/HUNTS/1913 - includes Manor Farm, Holywell.
HOW, James1874SAVNM2013.20.840BroughtonPrivate Collection of Pure-Bred Shorthorns the property of Mr James How, Broughton, Huntingdon. 1874.No imprint.36pp, 95 x 135mm.
HUMBLEY, Lt-Col. WilliamNo datePP/EYNES/01EynesburyTo commemorate the Principal Battles fought in five different kingdoms, in which Lieut.-Colonel Wm Humbley, Rifle Brigade, was present, and actively engaged . . . (List of battles from 1807 up to and including Waterloo, with details of medals and wounds received; on an elaborate background engraved in patterns and different colours).560 x 415mm, coloured print on paper.
HUNTINGDON & COUNTY CLUB1891SAVNM2013.20.641Huntingdon"Huntingdon & County Club"12 x 9mm booklet: with stiff brown card front and back cover: printed in gold on the front "HUNTINGDON & COUNTY CLUB";15 white pages with black printing and pages edged in gold; some foxing on pages.
HUNTINGDON & GODMANCHESTER C OF E, Y.M.S.1857SAVNM2013.20.644Huntingdon"THE HUNTINGDON & GODMANCHESTER CHURCH OF ENGLAND YOUNG MEN'S SOCIETY 1857".18 X 12mm: brown paper cover back and front, with black print on front cover. Inside eighteen pages of rules and information in black print. Some foxing. and staple rusty
HUNTINGDON & GODMANCHESTER GAS AND COKE COMPANY31st December 1895SAVNM2013.20.590HuntingdonHUNTINGDON & GODMANCHESTER GAS AND COKE COMPANY: Directors Report and Statement of Accounts & Balance Sheet. For the year ending 31st December, 1895.Two sheets of cream paper measuring 28 x 48mm: with printing on all four sides.
HUNTINGDON & GODMANCHESTER GAS AND COKE COMPANY31st December 1904SAVNM2013.20.591HuntingdonHUNTINGDON & GODMANCHESTER GAS AND COKE COMPANY: Directors Report and Statement of Accounts & Balance Sheet. For the year ending 31st December, 1904.Two sheets of cream paper measuring 28 x 48mm: with printing on all four sides. Written at the top of the title page, in ink and underlined "1906", also above the title in ink "The in".
HUNTINGDON & GODMANCHESTER GAS AND COKE COMPANYAugust 1869SAVNM2013.20.589HuntingdonHuntingdon and Godmanchester Gas and Coke Company minuets of the Annual General meeting, heals on 4th August, 1869, giving list of those attending.33 x 21mm, sheet of cream paper with printing on both sides. Some discolouration on left hand side of folds 1&2.
HUNTINGDON & GODMANCHESTER GAS AND COKE COMPANYAugust 1871SAVNM2013.20.588HuntingdonHuntingdon and Godmanchester Gas and Coke Company minuets of the Annual General meeting, held on 2nd August, 1871, giving list of those attending.33 x 21mm, sheet of blue paper with printing on both sides. Some discolouration on folds.
HUNTINGDON & PETERBOROUGH C.C.E.CWednesday 19th October 1966SAVNM2013.20.929Great Staughton"The Official Opening of GREAT STAUGHTON COUNTY PRIMARY SCHOOL", " Wednesday 19 October 1966 at 2.30pm", "HUNTINGDON AND PETERBOROUGH COUNTY COUNCIL EDUCATION COMMITTEE".25 X 33mm, stiff duck-egg blue cover with black and light blue print on front cover: 7 white P.P with centre page map of school. Printed by R.I. SEVERS Ltd, CAMBRIDGE.
HUNTINGDON ANGLING ASSOCIATIONEst.1888SAVNM2013.20.642Huntingdon"HUNTINGDON ANGLING ASSOCIATION','Established 1888', 'RULES' , ' PRESIDENT The Right. Hon. THE EARL OF SANDWICH', Chairman; Mr.C.A. Bryant; Hon Sec.; Mr. J.W. Martin, 16 East Street, Newtown. Huntingdon."13 x 10mm, pale blue paper front and back cover: front cover printed in black with title and information in black triangle border and a Germanic crosses each side of the word rule; inside four pages of the rules in black print.
HUNTINGDON COUNTY HOSPITAL1879SAVNM2013.20.607Huntingdon"Annual Statement (Report of the committee) of Huntingdon County Hospital for the year 1897". With two sets of financial records in the back covering past twenty-four years from 1856 to 1879. Printed by Edis and Cooper, 1880.Front & back covers Salmon Pink: 21 pages of white paper with black printing on both sides; two sets of financial records in the back. Cover grubby but otherwise in good condition.
HUNTINGDON GRAMMAR SCHOOL1899SAVNM2013.20.806Huntingdon"THE HUNTINGDON GRAMMAR SCHOOL and THE CROMWELL TERCENTENARY"56 x 42mm, A3 sheet of white paper folded into four A4 size pages: several monochrome photographs with black printing and decorative borders
HUNTINGDON GRAMMAR SCHOOL1899SAVNM2013.20.807Huntingdon"THE HUNTINGDON GRAMMAR SCHOOL and THE CROMWELL TERCENTENARY"56 x 42mm, A3 sheet of white paper folded into four A4 size pages: several monochrome photographs with black printing and decorative borders. Staples rusty.
HUNTINGDON GRAMMAR SCHOOLDecember 19th, 1934SAVNM2013.20.612Huntingdon"HUNTINGDON GRAMMAR SCHOOL": the headmaster & staff request the pleasure of your Company at a performance of ' MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING' by William Shakespeare"; "To be given by the School Dramatic Society in the School Hall at 7-30 p.m." followed by the date.8 x 11mm: black print on red card
HUNTINGDON GRAMMAR SCHOOLDecembert 3rd, 1941.SAVNM2013.20.613Huntingdon"HUNTINGDON GRAMMAR SCHOOL' ' Prize and Honours List ( School year Sept. 1st 1940 - Aug.31st, 1941)".22 x 31mm: blue card with printing on all four sides. Printed by Goggs & Son, Printers, Huntingdon.
HUNTINGDON HIPPODROME LTDApr 1956SAVNM2013.20.567HuntingdonHippodrome attractions for April 1956. Giving list of films to be shown for the month, times and prices.13 x 24 mm folded in three: red printing on white paper. Year written in ball point pen in circle below month.
HUNTINGDON HIPPODROME LTDAug 1956SAVNM2013.20.571HuntingdonHippodrome attractions for August 1956. Giving list of films to be shown for the month, times and prices.13 x 24 mm folded in three: brown printing on white paper. Year written in ball point pen in circle below month.
HUNTINGDON HIPPODROME LTDAugust 1957SAVNM2013.20.577HuntingdonHippodrome attractions for August 1957. Giving list of films to be shown for the month, times and prices.13 x 24 mm folded in three: brown printing on white paper. Year written in pencil in circle below month.
HUNTINGDON HIPPODROME LTDAugust 1958?SAVNM2013.20.578HuntingdonHippodrome attractions for August c.1958?. Giving list of films to be shown for the month, times and prices.13 x 24 mm folded in three: brown printing on white paper.
HUNTINGDON HIPPODROME LTDc. May 1958?SAVNM2013.20.584HuntingdonHippodrome attractions for c. May 1958?. Giving list of films to be shown for the month, times and prices.13 x 24 mm folded in three: brown printing on white paper.
HUNTINGDON HIPPODROME LTDDecember c. 1957?SAVNM2013.20.582HuntingdonHippodrome attractions for c. December 1957. Giving list of films to be shown for the month, times and prices.13 x 24 mm folded in three: brown printing on white paper.
HUNTINGDON HIPPODROME LTDJanuary 1958SAVNM2013.20.583HuntingdonHippodrome attractions for c. January 1958. Giving list of films to be shown for the month, times and prices.13 x 24 mm folded in three: brown printing on white paper. Year written in pencil in circle below month.
HUNTINGDON HIPPODROME LTDJuly 1954SAVNM2013.20.564HuntingdonHippodrome attractions for July 1954. Giving list of films to be shown for the month, times and prices.13 x 24 mm folded in three: red printing on white paper. Year written in ball point pen in circle below month.
HUNTINGDON HIPPODROME LTDJuly 1955SAVNM2013.20.566HuntingdonHippodrome attractions for July 1955. Giving list of films to be shown for the month, times and prices.13 x 24 mm folded in three: red printing on white paper. Year written in ball point pen in circle below month.
HUNTINGDON HIPPODROME LTDJuly 1956SAVNM2013.20.570HuntingdonHippodrome attractions for July 1956. Giving list of films to be shown for the month, times and prices.13 x 24 mm folded in three: brown printing on white paper. Year written in ball point pen in circle below month.
HUNTINGDON HIPPODROME LTDJuly 1957SAVNM2013.20.576HuntingdonHippodrome attractions for July 1957. Giving list of films to be shown for the month, times and prices.13 x 24 mm folded in three: brown printing 0n white paper. Year written in pencil in circle below month.
HUNTINGDON HIPPODROME LTDJune 1957SAVNM2013.20.575HuntingdonHippodrome attractions for June 1957. Giving list of films to be shown for the month, times and prices.13 x 24 mm folded in three: brown printing on white paper. Year written in pencil in circle below month.
HUNTINGDON HIPPODROME LTDMarch 1957SAVNM2013.20.573HuntingdonHippodrome attractions for March 1957. Giving list of films to be shown for the month, times and prices.13 x 24 mm folded in three: brown printing on white paper. Year written in ball point pen in circle below month.
HUNTINGDON HIPPODROME LTDMay 1957SAVNM2013.20.574HuntingdonHippodrome attractions for May 1957. Giving list of films to be shown for the month, times and prices.13 x 24 mm folded in three: brown printing on white paper. Year written in ball point pen in circle below month.
HUNTINGDON HIPPODROME LTDMay 1955SAVNM2013.20.568HuntingdonHippodrome attractions for May 1955. Giving list of films to be shown for the month, times and prices.13 x 24 mm folded in three: red printing on white paper. Year written in ball point pen in circle below month.
HUNTINGDON HIPPODROME LTDMay 1956SAVNM2013.20.569HuntingdonHippodrome attractions for May 1956. Giving list of films to be shown for the month, times and prices.13 x 24 mm folded in three: brown printing on white paper. Year written in ball point pen in circle below month.
HUNTINGDON HIPPODROME LTDNovember c.1957?SAVNM2013.20.581HuntingdonHippodrome attractions for c. November 1957. Giving list of films to be shown for the month, times and prices.13 x 24 mm folded in three: brown printing on white paper.
HUNTINGDON HIPPODROME LTDOctober 1957SAVNM2013.20.580HuntingdonHippodrome attractions for October 1957. Giving list of films to be shown for the month, times and prices.13 x 24 mm folded in three: brown printing on white paper. Year written in pencil in circle below month.
HUNTINGDON HIPPODROME LTDSep 1956SAVNM2013.20.572HuntingdonHippodrome attractions for September 1956. Giving list of films to be shown for the month, times and prices.13 x 24 mm folded in three: brown printing on white paper. Year written in ball point pen in circle below month.
HUNTINGDON HIPPODROME LTDSept 1954SAVNM2013.20.565HuntingdonHippodrome attractions for September 1954. Giving list of films to be shown for the month, times and prices.13 x 24 mm folded in three: red printing on white paper. Year written in ball point pen in circle below month.
HUNTINGDON HIPPODROME LTDSeptember 1957SAVNM2013.20.579HuntingdonHippodrome attractions for September 1957. Giving list of films to be shown for the month, times and prices.13 x 24 mm folded in three: brown printing on white paper. Year written in pencil in circle below month.
HUNTINGDON INDUSTRIAL CO-OP SOCIETY Jan 19th 1903SAVNM2013.20. 592HuntingdonHUNTINGDON INDUSTRIAL CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETY, Limited: The Sixty-Sixth Quarterly Report & Balance Sheet for the quarter ending 19th January 1903 ,with the agenda for a meeting to be held at the St. Benedict's Parish Room, St Germaine Street, on 25th February 1903.Front & back covers duck egg green paper A5 with black printing title page front cover and adverts on the inside and back page, and five off white pages of information on the Society and more adverts. 21 x 28mm. Staples have rusted
HUNTINGDON INDUSTRIAL CO-OP SOCIETYJanuary 19th 1902SAVNM2013. 20.593.HuntingdonHUNTINGDON INDUSTRIAL CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETY, Limited: The Sixty-Second Quarterly Report & Balance Sheet for the quarter ending 19th January 1902 ,with the agenda for a meeting to be held at the St. Mary's Parish Room, St Germaine Street, on Wednesday 26th February 1903.Front & back covers pink paper A5 with black printing title page front cover and adverts on the inside and back page, and five off white pages of information on the Society and more adverts. 21 x 28mm. Staples have rusted
HUNTINGDON INSTITUTION14th December 1842SAVNM2013.20.557HuntingdonMinutes of the Annual Meeting of the Huntingdon Institution. Chairman Mr. E. Martin with other committee members named.One page measuring 24 x 19 mm, with two tears running down from the top, the one on the left 3mm and on the right 2 mm the top is also creases and grubby. Minutes of the meeting on one side and the institutes' accounts on the other
HUNTINGDON TOWN & BOROUGH1831- 1868SAVNM2013.20.528HuntingdonBrown paper document file containing a three documents from Huntingdon town council as follows: Report on the Borough of Huntingdon 1831 ; Report on the Borough & Town of Huntingdon 1832; Report of boundary Commission 1868.Brown paper document file measuring 37 x 27mm. Opening on the right hand side. Marked in ink with a underlined 18 and written on in black ink
HUNTINGDON TOWN BAND1895SAVNM2013.20.646Huntingdon"Rules and Regulations", of the " HUNTINGDON TOWN BAND" " Formed November 19th, 1895".17 x 11mm, brown thin card covered rules and regulations booklet, with town crest on the title cover. Seven white pages [now discoloured] of rules and regulations inside. The first page has been cut out, slight foxing and rusty staple: Printed by Hunts County News, Printers, Huntingdon.
HUNTINGDON TOWN COUNCILC1900sSAVNM2013.20.562HuntingdonTitle "Huntingdon the Cromwell Country" and below "OFFICIAL GUIDE with Maps and Street Plan. Front cover has a red, green and black picture of Oliver Cromwell and the back page, two advertisements. Nicely illustrated throughout with monochrome pictures. Third Edition.Twenty-eight page booklet: measuring 19 x 26 mm; copyright and printed by Ed.J. Burrow & co. Ltd., Cheltenham and 125 Strand, London, W.C.2. Very good condition.
HUNTINGDONSHIRE AUXILIARY BIBLE SOCIETY1856-7SAVNM2013.20.689Huntingdon"Annual Statement of the HUNTINGDONSHIRE AUXILIARY BIBLE SOCIETY, 1856 --7".32 x 20mm, four light blue paper pages with black print: Printed by Edis, Printers, Huntingdon; slightly grubby on first quarter of front page.
HUNTINGDONSHIRE INFIRMARY1832SAVNM2013.20.606HuntingdonTitle "FIRST REPORT of the Huntingdonshire INFIRMARY", " WITH THE PROCEEDINGS AT THE ANNIVERSARY MEETING', ' RULES AND REGULATIONS and List of SUBSCRIBERS. BELOW THIS Established April, 1831".19 x 12mm, booklet. Front and back cover in grey card with black print on the front cover; 18 pages of white paper with black print. 1.5 x 8mm piece cut from front top right cover.
HUNTINGDONSHIRE INFIRMARY1832SAVNM1013.20.606Huntingdon"First Report of the Huntingdonshire Infirmary with the Proceedings at the Anniversary meeting, Rules and Regulations and a list of Subscribers": established 1831. Printed by R. Edis, High Street, Huntingdon.Front and back cover cream card with black printing on the front. 18 white pages with black printing inside: measuring 18 x 22mm. Top right hand corner cut off, measuring 2 x 7mm. Front and back cover grubby.
HUNTINGDONSHIRE POST1840SAVNM2013.20.647HuntingdonArticle "The Way Our Farther Went', 'Stirring days in Huntingdon', 'When the Literary Institution Was Opened".62 x 12mm, press cutting: yellowed with age and with some foxing
HUNTS COUNTY GUARDIAN Typ., HUNTINGDON18th DECEMBER 1890SAVNM2013.20.643Huntingdon" HUNTINGDON & GODMANCHESTER", "Amateur Poultry, Pigeon, Rabbit and Caged Bird Society"," SCHEDULE OF PRIZES of the SECOND EXHIBITION.17 X 11mm, Pale blue thin card front and back cover, with black printed title surrounded by decorative border. Inside eight pages of categories and rules in black print; staple rusty.
HUNTS COUNTY GUARDIAN, TYP, ST IVES1893SAVNM2013.20.540HuntingdonShare Prospectus for the HUNTINGDON POST COMPANY, LIMITED. Showing the Board of Directors has The Earl of Sandwich, Hinchingbrook, Huntingdon; Arthur H. Smith Barry, Esq.,M.P., 20 Hill Street, London, W.: Arthur Wellington Marshall., esq., Buckden Towers, Hunts.: Howard Gilliat, Esq., Abbotts Ripton Hall, Hunts.; H.C. Geldart,Esq., Walden House, Huntingdon.: P.G.S. Payne, Esq., Godmanchester. Subscription list closed on 30th November 1893. Also enclosed a prospectus form for the application of shares.Printed on three sides of buff coloured paper folded in three with the middle panel being the title. Measuring 26 x 42 mm. In very good condition. With a share application form measuring 39 x 24mm and both are in mint condition.
HUNTS POST?07 May 1904SAVNM2013.20.630HuntingdonArticle on "Death of Alderman Geo. Thackray". Written in pencil in top left-hand corner the date 7/5/04 in Herbert Norris's hand.30 x 7mm, Press cutting
HUNTS POST?10th November 1905SAVNM2013.20.627HuntingdonArticle on the inability of the council to elect a Mayor.2 x 6 mm, newspaper press cutting, with written in pencil the bottom right the date 10/11/05 in Herber Norris's hand.
HUNTS POST?12 December 1913SAVNM2013.20.625HuntingdonArticle on the award to Mr. F.D. VeaseyFor long service to the town council.33 x 6 mm, newspaper press cutting, with written in pencil at the top right the date 12/12/13 in Herber Norris's hand.
HUNTS POST?13th April 1901SAVNM2013.20.632HuntingdonArticle on the Death of Aldermanb T.A. Clark.36 x 6 mm, newspaper press cutting, with written in pencil at the top right the date 14/05/04 in Herber Norris's hand.
HUNTS POST?14 October 1896SAVNM2013.20.638HuntingdonArticle on the fact that Huntingdon returned a peer of the realm as Chief Magistrate. Written in pencil in the bottom left-hand corner the date 14/9/1896 in Herbert Norris's hand.13 x 8mm, Press Cutting
HUNTS POST?14th May 1904SAVNM2013.20.629HuntingdonArticle on the Funeral of Alderman G. Thackray J.P33 x 6 mm, newspaper press cutting, with written in pencil at the top right the date 14/05/04 in Herber Norris's hand.
HUNTS POST?15th November 1912SAVNM2013.20.631HuntingdonArticle on the election of Counceller R. Cater as Mayor of Huntingdon.31 x 6 mm, newspaper press cutting, with written in pencil at the top right the date 15/11/12 in Herber Norris's hand.
HUNTS POST?16 September 1899SAVNM2013.20.633HuntingdonArticle reporting the "Death of Councillor Ashton" Written in pencil down the right side margin the date 16/9/99 in Herbert Norris's hand.12 x 9mm, Press Cutting
HUNTS POST?16th May 1913SAVNM2013.20.636HuntingdonArticle on "The Barracks". Written in pencil in top right-hand corner the date 16/5/13 in Herbert Norris's hand.15 x 6mm, Press Cutting
HUNTS POST?16th May 1913SAVNM2013.20.637HuntingdonArticle on "Huntingdon and the Barracks. Written in pencil below the headings the date 16/5/13 in Herbert Norris's hand.31 x 6mm, Press Cutting
HUNTS POST?1st July 1899SAVNM2013.20.634HuntingdonArticle on the presentation to the town council of a tablet bearing all the Mayors of Huntingdon from 1729 to 1899.Written in pencil in top centre the date 1st/7/99 in Herbert Norris's hand.4 x 6mm, Press Cutting
HUNTS POST?31st October 1913SAVNM2013.20.635HuntingdonArticle on the "Death of Mr.G.J. Manthorpe' 'Borough Treasurer of Huntingdon". Written in pencil in top left-hand corner the date 31/10/13 in Herbert Norris's hand.27 x 7mm, Press Cutting
HUNTS POST?3rd July 1914SAVNM2013.20.626HuntingdonArticle include "Isufficient Water Pressure" , "People Denied a Cold Bath" and "Effort to Save Town Band".38 x 8mm, newspaper press cutting, with written in pencil at the top right the date 3/7/1 in Herber Norris's hand.
HUNTS. COUNTY COUNCIL (EDUCATION COMMITTEE).SESSION 1908-1909SAVNM2013.20.913Great PaxtonPoster advertising Adult evening classes to be held at the Schoolroom on Mondays, tuesdays and Thursdays, commencing on Monday October 5th. Issued by S.G. COOK, Clerk to the Committee.26 x 20mm, black print on white card. Printed by Advertiser Office, St. Neots.
J. Hart. Davies1876SAVNM2013.20.620HuntingdonThe accounts for the parish of St.Mary's and St Benedict's.21 x 28mm, front and back cover in purpal with a statement and accounts on 10 pages of black printing. Printed by Edis & Cooper, Printers, Huntingdon.
J.G. HANKIN & SON, The Pavement, Saint IvesAugust 18th 1901SAVNM2013.20.969Fenstanton"IN MEMORIAM', 'FENSTANTON CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH', ' A MEMORIAL SERVICE for the late Mr.ARTHER C.CROUCH Choirmaster, church & Sunday School Secretary)'; will be held (D.V.) in the above Church on SUNDAY EVENING, AUGUST 18TH, 1901, At Half Past Six.'; 'Conducted by the Rev. F.W. FREEMAN (Pastor)".17 x 22mm, white paper: front cover bordered with heavy black lines crossed in the corners. Five white pages with the order of service printed in black. At the front top some illegible writing in pencil
J.G. HANKIN & SON, The Pavement, Saint IvesJuly 12th, 1903SAVNM2013.20.967Fenstanton"IN MEMORIAM', 'FENSTANTON CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH', ' A MEMORIAL SERVICE for the late Mrs. COOTE of Oaklands'; 'will be hael (d.v.) in the above church', ' on the evening of July 12th, 1903 at 6-30. conducted by the Rev. F.W. Freeman (Pastor)".18 x 23mm, Stiff white card: front cover bordered with black lines crossed in the corners. Five white pages with the order of service printed in black. On the back written in ink some notes from A.C. Hunt.
J.G. HANKIN & SON, The Pavement, Saint Ives, HuntsApril 2nd 1906SAVNM2013.20.968aFenstanton"IN MEMORIAM': 'THOMAS COOTE'; "Born 1817'; Died 1906". In side on title page “Coote’, Died March 28th, 1906, Aged 89"and at bottom of the page "Interred in Fenstanton Cemetery April 6th, 1906",12 x 16mm, white card covered front and back with gold lettering on front cover. Inside four pages with the order of service and the inner title page with a black border around it, with order of service in black print. Front cover grubby.
J.G. HANKIN & SON, The Pavement, Saint Ives, HuntsApril 2nd 1906SAVNM2013.20.968bFenstanton"IN MEMORIAM': 'THOMAS COOTE'; "Born 1817'; Died 1906". In side on title page “Coote’, Died March 28th, 1906, Aged 89"and at bottom of the page "Interred in Fenstanton Cemetery April 6th, 1906",12 x 16mm, white card covered front and back with gold lettering on front cover. Inside four pages with the order of service and the inner title page with a black border around it, with order of service in black print. Front cover grubby.
J.G. HANKIN & SON, The Pavement, Saint Ives.July 6th 1903SAVNM2013.20.966bFenstanton"IN MEMORIAM': 'ANN BROWNING COOTE'; "Born 1819'; Died 1903".In side on title page " Ann Browning Coote', Died July 2nd, 1903, Aged 84"and at bottom of the page "Interred in Fenstanton Cemetery July 6th, 1903",12 x 16mm, white card covered front and back with gold lettering on front cover. Inside four pages with the order of service and the inner title page with a black border around it, with order of service in black print. Front cover has the letter "K" written in the top right hand corner. Cover very grubby,
J.G. HANKIN & SON, The Pavement, Saint Ives.July 6th 1903SAVNM2013.20.966aFenstanton"IN MEMORIAM': 'ANN BROWNING COOTE'; "Born 1819'; Died 1903". In side on title page " Ann Browning Coote', Died July 2nd, 1903, Aged 84"and at bottom of the page "Interred in Fenstanton Cemetery July 6th, 1903",12 x 16mm, white card covered front and back with gold lettering on front cover. Inside four pages with the order of service and the inner title page with a black border around it, with order of service in black print. Front cover has the number "97" written and circled in pencil.
JAMES G HANKINS1882SAVNM2013.20.28St IvesRevenue account of the St Ives Corn Exchange and Public Hall Company, (Limited), for years 1881 and 1882. Meeting held on 15th November 1882, (see SAVNM2013.20.27). Takings amounted to £389-5- 5. Printed by James G Hankins, Steam Printers, St Ives.Paper, 205 x 260mm
JAMES G HANKINS1882SAVNM2013.20.27St IvesPrinted leaflet giving notice of the annual meeting of share holders for the Corn Exchange and Public Hall Company, (Limited). To be held on the 15th November 1882 at the Corn Exchange. Written by James G Hankins.Paper, 115 x 117mm
John Dabbs, Solicitor1851SAVNM2013.20.849BuckdenOf "an excellent family residence in Buckden, Hunts, with three paddocks of superior pasture land". Circa 8 acres owned by the late James Marsh Weldon Esq. To be sold by auction at The George Hotel by Mr William Medland.Folded leaflet 345mm x 220mm, printed on both sides.
KENNETH D. KNOWLES11th November 1923SAVNM2013.20.554HuntingdonFirst edition of the poem "A Rhyme of the Thinking Soldier of Huntingdon".Eighteen pages measuring 19 x 12 mm: first page a monochrome photograph of the "Thinking Soldier" statue on it plinth, next page blank and the next has the title, page 2 is again blank; pages 3 -15 has the poem; page 16 has the printers "T.M. Parker, printer, Kimbolton and the last two pages are blank. The cover measurers 20 x 26 mm in course Khaki coloured paper with the title and author in red print and the No. 480 circled in pencil.
KNOWLES, Kenneth D.1932SAVNM2013.20.825BramptonBrampton Wood. Illustrated with vignettes after Thomas Bewick (1753-1828).Manchester, George Falkner & Sons Ltd., 1932. 12pp, 165 x 140mm, illus.
LAND-TAX REGISTER- OFFICE16th April 1803SAVNM2013.20.916Great Paxton"No320: COUNTY of HUNTINGDONSHIRE; Mr Robert Garner; Certificate of the Contract for the REDEMPITION of LAND-TAX; Dated 16th April 1803".39 x 50mm, heavy white paper with black print and hand written legale document with in the top left hand corner a hand written addition in black ink 27 x 20mm and loose within the main document a 13 x 20mm recipit for £6. 2s.0d, dated 3rd May 1803; document has some minor splits and tears and is discoloured with age; written on the front in pencil "Great Paxton 1803".
LONDON & NORTH EASTERN RAILWAYVariousSix railway tickets: half ticket Warboys to Cambridge weekend return 21. Dec. 1929; half ticket printed "Warboys Sunday School Hunstanton to Warboys 29 June 1933"; half ticket Hunstanton to Somersham cheap day return 1 Aug 1934; full ticket Somersham to Peterborough East 2 May 1940; half ticket Cambridge to Somersham monthly return 19 Dec 1944; and full ticket Somersham to (Market Harboro in MS) dated ?7:4.
LORD SANDWICHUndatedSAVNM2013.20.825Brampton(Written on envelope) "Lord Sandwich's List of Coats of Arms in Brampton Church" with initials HEN. Typed list marked 'COPY' describing 25 coats of arms. Handwritten in ink on reverse of one sheet "The readings of the 25 shields in the Montagu Chapel at Brampton kindly sent to me by Lord Sandwich. HEN".33mm x 23mm, 3pp one sided, ink insertions. Envelope 10mm x 28mm.
LORD SANDWICHUndatedSAVNM2013.20.825Brampton(Written on envelope) "Lord Sandwich's List of Coats of Arms in Brampton Church" with initials HEN. Typed list marked 'COPY' describing 25 coats of arms. Handwritten in ink on reverse of one sheet "The readings of the 25 shields in the Montagu Chapel at Brampton kindly sent to me by Lord Sandwich. HEN".33mm x 23mm, 3pp one sided, ink insertions. Envelope 10mm x 28mm. Mark left by rusty paperclip top left of each sheet.
MACHINE GUN CORPS1914 - 1918SAVNM2013.9gEarith?Machine Gun Corps Christmas card with the coat of arms of the Machine Gun Corps on the front (in gold) with an image of a soldier in front of a machine gun. Purple ribbon.Card, 118 x 89mm
MADDISON, ARTHURLate 18th, early 19th centurySAVNM2013.20.84St IvesPostcard showing original Baptism Entry for Oliver Cromwell at All Saints Church, Huntingdon in 1599 - Oliver son of Robert Cromwelll gent and Elizabeth his wife born 25th April and baptised 29th same month.small postcard (maybe a sample for full size order), 65mm x 105mm
MANCHESTER GUARDIAN1901SAVNM2013.20.90St IvesUnveiling of a Cromwell Statue and the Address by Lord E Fitzmauricepress clipping (two strips) , 365mm x 70mm and 260mm x 70mm
MARTIN, W ENo dateSAVNM2013.20.819Abbots RiptonMartin's Patent Automatic Mechanical Press for Ensilage Stacks and SilosBooklet, 9pp, 200 x 145mm, Hunts County Guardian Typ St Ives,
MESSRS. DILLEY & SON30th August 1876SAVNM2013.20.639Huntingdon"HUNTINGDON' 'Particulars and Condition of Sale of the Valuable Residential Estate comprising a Msansion known as CROMWELL HOUSE' ' SITUATED IN THE TOWN OF HUNTINGDON"27 x 53mm: legale document of eight blue page with black print., giving discription of the house and conditions of sale. Front page has the bottom left hand corner torn off mesuring 9 x 7 mm.
Messrs. DILLEY & SONSaturday 5th October 1878SAVNM2013.20.955Godmanche-ster"HUNTINGDONSHIRE.': Particulars, Plan, and conditions of sale of DUCK END FARM".41 X 53mm, 8 white pages of heavey legale paper (now discoloured with age): some slight tears and the top quarter of the title page has been cut of some time in the past
MESSRS. EPHRAIM MOSELY & SONS M.R.C.S.C. 1897SAVNM2013.20.526HuntingdonDental practise card advertising the service provided and their dates of attendance in Huntingdon.14 x 11mm, pale yellow card with printing on both sides.
MESSRS. MAULE & SONS, Clerks and Receivers1898SAVNM2013.20.598Huntingdon"Huntingdon Municipal Charities" "The Accounts for the year 1898".22 x 28mm: front and back cover blue paper with black print on title page; seven white pages the first is a title page the other six pages of the accounts all printed in black. Front and back cover grubby with age. Bottom right-hand corner dog-eared.
MIDLANDS RAILWAY21st August 1846SAVNM2013.20.596HuntingdonLetter from the " MIDLANDS RAILWAY": LINES FROM LEICESTER, TO NORTHAMPTON, BEDFORD & HUNTINGDON RAILWAY" to the public.25 x 20mm single sheet of blue paper with black printing on one side. Very good condition
MILES ATKINSON, Hon SecThursday June 24th, 1886SAVNM2013.20.959Godmanche-ster"Choral Festival Service in Godmanchester Parish Church".24 x 15mm, single sheet of white paper (Now discoloured and foxed with age) with black printing on one side: Printed by WOOD, Printers, Huntingdon.
MISS ROBERTSON1801SAVNM2013.20.30St IvesPrinted in St Ives by PC Croft, The Sheep Market, St Ives, 1801. Bouind by Mr Row of Huntingdon. 48 pages. Full title, Who are the Swindlers? A Query by Miss Robertson of Blackheath. Price one shilling and six pence.Paper, 130 x 205mm
Mr. B. BEASLEY2nd August 1895SAVNM2013.20.551HuntingdonArticle on "A Speech Day by Stammerers" at Bramptom Park Huntingdon on the 02nd August 1895: the article was published in the "Westminster Budget".Two pages 1&4 of a four page article measuring 28 x 22 mm. Some foxing
MR. EDWIN CHAPPELL1834SAVNM2013.20.831Brampton"SAMUEL PEPYS NAVAL ADMINISTRATOR. AN ADDRESS delivered at S. OLAVE'S HART STREET, at the ANNUAL PEPYS COMMEMORATION SERVICE on June 7th 1934 By Mr. EDWIN CHAPPELL". Naval history of Samuel Pepys from 1660.205mm x 130mm, 5pp pamphlet. Some foxing front and back.
MR. EDWIN CHAPPELL1834SAVNM2013.20.831Brampton"SAMUEL PEPYS NAVAL ADMINISTRATOR. AN ADDRESS delivered at S. OLAVE'S HART STREET, at the ANNUAL PEPYS COMMEMORATION SERVICE on June 7th 1934 By Mr. EDWIN CHAPPELL". Naval history of Samuel Pepys from 1660.205mm x 130mm, 5pp pamphlet
MR.H.H. DAVIESJuly 6th, 1912SAVNM2013.20.618Huntingdon"Historical Pageant, Hinchingbrooke"23 x 30mm: front and back covers printed on card with crown at the top of the front cover, followed by the name of the event and date, with a nice sepia print of Hinchingbrook House. In side 12 pages with each facing page being engravings of old Huntingdon. With a small bibliography in the back. Bound by red ribbon.
NORRIS, HERBERT19th CSAVNM2013.20.113St NeotsThe Contemporary Pamphlets on the Battle of St Neotspage, 320mm x 169mm
NORRIS, HERBERT19th CSAVNM2013.20.114Exact Copy of SAVNM2013.20.113 & SAVNM2013.20.115page, 320mm x 169mm
NORRIS, HERBERT19th CSAVNM2013.20.115Exact Copy of SAVNM2013.20.113 & SAVNM2013.20.114page, 320mm x 169mm
NORTH HUNTS CONSTITUTIONAL CLUB1896-97PP/S.IVE/04St IvesThree programmes (music, songs, conjuring etc.) for the evenings of 17th December 1896, 21st January 1897 and 11th March 1897. Imprint "St Ives, J.G. Clarke, 1896, 1897".3pp, 190 x 130mm (but cut down from larger sheets).
ODD FELLOWS1903SAVNM2013.20.24St IvesMenu for the Odd Fellows' Dinner, held at the Public Institution, Thursday November 19th, 1903. Four page booklet with menu and bar tariff. Caterer Mrs Brown, Cow and Hare Hotel.Card, 90 x 120mm
OLD ST IVIANS' CLUB1902SAVNM2013.20.25St IvesMenu for a dinner held by the Old St Ivians Club, at the Institution, St Ives, Hunts. Monday August 4th 1902. Folded card with menu and toast list, printed by Hankin and Son, St Ives.Card, 80 x 125mm
PAGE FROM BOOKUnknownSAVNM2013.20.809HuntingdonHAF (S)TINGS, EARL of HUNTINGDON "III. HASTINGS, EARL of HUNTINGDON.21 x 23mm single page torn from a book with black print and white discriptive label at bottom.
PARKER & SON, STEAM PRINTERS, St. IVESTHURSDAY June 22, 1911SAVNM2013.20.979Fenstanton"FENSTANTON CORONATION CELEBRATIONS': Thursday June 22, 1911".22 x 28mm, four glossy white paper pages, now yellowed with age: front cover printed in blue with portraits of King George V and Queen Mary in red within a decorative shield with a ornate boarder surrounding the page. In top left hand corner written in black ink and scribbled out is "500 2 colors 25/-."
PARLIAMENT1650SAVNM2013.20.116An Act for Continuance of a former act for setling the Militia of this Commonwealthposter, 265mm x 205mm
PETERBOROUGH ADVERTISER1901SAVNM2013.20.94St IvesOctober 1901 - see SAVNM2013.20.92 for descriptionpress Clippings ( x 2) - 360mm x 60mm; 255mm x 60mm
PETERBOROUGH ADVERTISER1901SAVNM2012.20.92St IvesOctober 1901 - 'County Statue to Cromwell - St Ives Honours its Illustrious Yeoman, eloquent Tributes by Church and State - Brilliant Ceremonial- A counter Blast: Police Seize Jacobite Material - Special Interview with the conspirators!'press clippings ( x 7 ) from top to bottom, left to right, front to back - 60mm x 120mm; 300mm x 60mm; 290mm x 60mm; 285mm x 60mm; 365mm x 60mm; 365mm x 60mm; 340mm x 60mm
PETERBOROUGH ADVERTISER1901SAVNM2013.20.93St IvesOctober 1901 - see SAVNM2013.20.92 for descriptionpress clippings ( x 3) - 360mm x 60mm; 360mm x 60mm; 330mm x 60mm
PICTORIAL WORLD1874SAVNM2013.20.41St IvesArticle relates to a brief history of St Ives and the Incorporation of the town and the first Mayor Read Adams.. Taken from the Pictorial World November 28th 1874.4000 x 280mm
PICTORIAL WORLD NEWSPAPER1874SAVNM2013.20.34St IvesThree pen and ink drawings of St Ives, showing the Bullock Market, Ouse Bridge and rejoicing in the Sheep Market, with the title Incorporation of St Ives. Written in pencil lower left corner "page 251", written in pencil lower right corner"Pictorial Worldf Nov28. 1874.275 x 210mm
PICTORIAL WORLD NEWSPAPERUNKNOWNSAVNM2013.20.36St IvesNewspaper cutting of a pen and ink drawing of Read Adams, first Mayor of St Ives (Hunts), cut from page 244 of the Pictorial World, no date shown140 x 190mm
PRESS1901SAVNM2013.20.102St IvesPress illustration of the Cromwell StatueIllustration, 365mm x 124mm
PRESS1901SAVNM2012.20.91HuntingdonAilywyn Fellowes in dispute with the British Government for buying potatoes from Germany to send to South Africa when cheap potatoes are available from the Fenspress clipping, 35mm x 65mm
PRINTED by PERCY C. TOMSONApril 1894SAVNM2013.20.935Great Staughton"GREAT STAUGHTON PARISH MAGAZINE"26 x 38mm, white paper (now discoloured) with black print: title page bordered by four over lapping in each corner black lines; back page left blank; Printed by Percy C. Thomson, Market Square, St Neots.
PRINTED by PERCY C. TOMSONApril 1894SAVNM2013.20.935Great Staughton"GREAT STAUGHTON PARISH MAGAZINE"26 x 38mm, white paper (now discoloured) with black print: title page bordered by four over lapping in each corner black lines; back page left blank; Printed by Percy C. Thomson, Market Square, St Neots.
PRINTED by PERCY C. TOMSONAugust 1907SAVNM2013.20.951Great Staughton"GREAT STAUGHTON PARISH MAGAZINE"26 x 38mm, white paper (now discoloured) with black print: title page bordered by four over lapping in each corner black lines; back page left blank; Printed by Percy C. Thomson, Market Square, St Neots.
PRINTED by PERCY C. TOMSONDecember 1903SAVNM2013.20.940Great Staughton"GREAT STAUGHTON PARISH MAGAZINE"26 x 38mm, white paper (now discoloured) with black print: title page bordered by four over lapping in each corner black lines; back page left blank; Printed by Percy C. Thomson, Market Square, St Neots
PRINTED by PERCY C. TOMSONDecember 1906SAVNM2013.20.950Great Staughton"GREAT STAUGHTON PARISH MAGAZINE"26 x 38mm, white paper (now discoloured) with black print: title page bordered by four over lapping in each corner black lines; back page left blank; Printed by Percy C. Thomson, Market Square, St Neots.
PRINTED by PERCY C. TOMSONFebruary 1894SAVNM2013.20.934Great Staughton"GREAT STAUGHTON PARISH MAGAZINE"26 x 38mm, white paper with black print: title page bordered by four over lapping in each corner black lines; back page left blank: paper heavily foxed; Printed by Percy C. Thomson, Market Square, St Neots.
PRINTED by PERCY C. TOMSONFebruary 1908SAVNM2013.20.952Great Staughton"GREAT STAUGHTON PARISH MAGAZINE"26 x 38mm, white paper (now discoloured) with black print: title page bordered by four over lapping in each corner black lines; back page left blank; slight water damage to right -hand edge of back page. Printed by Percy C. Thomson, Market Square, St Neots.
PRINTED by PERCY C. TOMSONJanuary 1904SAVNM2013.20.942Great Staughton"GREAT STAUGHTON PARISH MAGAZINE"26 x 38mm, white paper (now discoloured) with black print: title page bordered by four over lapping in each corner black lines; back page left blank; Printed by Percy C. Thomson, Market Square, St Neots.
PRINTED by PERCY C. TOMSONJanuary 1904SAVNM2013.20.941Great Staughton"GREAT STAUGHTON PARISH MAGAZINE"26 x 38mm, white paper (now discoloured) with black print: title page bordered by four over lapping in each corner black lines; back page left blank; slight foxing on front page;Printed by Percy C. Thomson, Market Square, St Neots.
PRINTED by PERCY C. TOMSONJuly 1903SAVNM2013.20.938Great Staughton"GREAT STAUGHTON PARISH MAGAZINE"26 x 38mm, white paper (now discoloured) with black print: title page bordered by four over lapping in each corner black lines; back page left blank; Printed by Percy C. Thomson, Market Square, St Neots.
PRINTED by PERCY C. TOMSONJune 1904SAVNM2013.20.943Great Staughton"GREAT STAUGHTON PARISH MAGAZINE"26 x 38mm, white paper (now discoloured) with black print: title page bordered by four over lapping in each corner black lines; back page left blank; Printed by Percy C. Thomson, Market Square, St Neots.
PRINTED by PERCY C. TOMSONJune 1908SAVNM2013.20.937Great Staughton"GREAT STAUGHTON PARISH MAGAZINE"26 x 38mm, white paper (now discoloured) with black print: title page bordered by four over lapping in each corner black lines; back page left blank; has been folded some time in the past; Printed by Percy C. Thomson, Market Square, St Neots.
PRINTED by PERCY C. TOMSONNovember 1894SAVNM2013.20.936Great Staughton"GREAT STAUGHTON PARISH MAGAZINE"26 x 38mm, white paper (now very discoloured) with black print: title page bordered by four over lapping in each corner black lines; back page left blank; Printed by Percy C. Thomson, Market Square, St Neots.
PRINTED by PERCY C. TOMSONNovember 1904SAVNM2013.20.946Great Staughton"GREAT STAUGHTON PARISH MAGAZINE"26 x 38mm, white paper (now discoloured) with black print: title page bordered by four over lapping in each corner black lines; back page left blank; Printed by Percy C. Thomson, Market Square, St Neots.
PRINTED by PERCY C. TOMSONOctober 1904SAVNM2013.20.945Great Staughton"GREAT STAUGHTON PARISH MAGAZINE"26 x 38mm, white paper (now discoloured) with black print: title page bordered by four over lapping in each corner black lines; back page left blank; 2mm tear 11.5mm from bottom on right-hand side; Printed by Percy C. Thomson, Market Square, St Neots.
PRINTED by PERCY C. TOMSONOctober 1904SAVNM2013.20.944Great Staughton"GREAT STAUGHTON PARISH MAGAZINE"26 x 38mm, white paper (now discoloured) with black print: title page bordered by four over lapping in each corner black lines; back page left blank; Printed by Percy C. Thomson, Market Square, St Neots.
PRINTED by PERCY C. TOMSONSeptember 1903SAVNM2013.20.939Great Staughton"GREAT STAUGHTON PARISH MAGAZINE"26 x 38mm, white paper (now discoloured) with black print: title page bordered by four over lapping in each corner black lines; back page left blank; Printed by Percy C. Thomson, Market Square, St Neots.
PRINTED by PERCY C. TOMSONSeptember 1905SAVNM2013.20.948Great Staughton"GREAT STAUGHTON PARISH MAGAZINE"26 x 38mm, white paper (now discoloured) with black print: title page bordered by four over lapping in each corner black lines; back page left blank; Printed by Percy C. Thomson, Market Square, St Neots.
PRINTED by PERCY C. TOMSONSeptember 1905SAVNM2013.20.949Great Staughton"GREAT STAUGHTON PARISH MAGAZINE"26 x 38mm, white paper (now discoloured) with black print: title page bordered by four over lapping in each corner black lines; back page left blank; Printed by Percy C. Thomson, Market Square, St Neots.
PRINTED by PERCY C. TOMSONSeptember 1905SAVNM2013.20.947Great Staughton"GREAT STAUGHTON PARISH MAGAZINE"26 x 38mm, white paper (now discoloured) with black print: title page bordered by four over lapping in each corner black lines; back page left blank; Printed by Percy C. Thomson, Market Square, St Neots.
PRINTED by PERCY C. TOMSON.August 1905SAVNM2013.20.921Great Paxton, Little Paxton & Toseland"GREAT PAXTON, LITTLE PAXTON and TOSLAND PARISH MAGAZINE"26 x 28mm, white paper with black print: title page bordered by four over lapping in each corner black lines; back page left blank. Printed by Percy C. Tomson, Market Square, St. Neots.
PRINTED by PERCY C. TOMSON.August, 1907SAVNM2013.20.917Great Staughton"GREAT STAUGHTON PARISH MAGAZINE":26 x 28mm, white paper with black print: title page bordered by four over lapping in each corner black lines; back page left blank. Printed by Percy C. Tomson, Market Square, St. Neots.
PRINTED by PERCY C. TOMSON.December 1907SAVNM2013.20.918Great Paxton, Little Paxton & Toseland"GREAT PAXTON, LITTLE PAXTON and TOSLAND PARISH MAGAZINE".26 x 28mm, white paper with black print: title page bordered by four over lapping in each corner black lines; back page left blank. Printed by Percy C. Tomson, Market Square, St. Neots.
PRINTED by PERCY C. TOMSON.July 1904SAVNM2013.20.923Great Paxton, Little Paxton & Toseland"GREAT PAXTON, LITTLE PAXTON and TOSLAND PARISH MAGAZINE"26 x 28mm, white paper with black print: title page bordered by four over lapping in each corner black lines; back page left blank. Printed by Percy C. Tomson, Market Square, St. Neots.
PRINTED by PERCY C. TOMSON.July 1904SAVNM2013.20.922Great Paxton, Little Paxton & Toseland"GREAT PAXTON, LITTLE PAXTON and TOSLAND PARISH MAGAZINE"26 x 28mm, white paper with black print: title page bordered by four over lapping in each corner black lines; back page left blank. Printed by Percy C. Tomson, Market Square, St. Neots.
PRINTED by PERCY C. TOMSON.July 1907SAVNM2013.20.919Great Paxton, Little Paxton & Toseland"GREAT PAXTON, LITTLE PAXTON and TOSLAND PARISH MAGAZINE".26 x 28mm, white paper with black print: title page bordered by four over lapping in each corner black lines; back page left blank. Printed by Percy C. Tomson, Market Square, St. Neots.
PRINTED by PERCY C. TOMSON.June 1904SAVNM2013.20.924Great Paxton, Little Paxton & Toseland"GREAT PAXTON, LITTLE PAXTON and TOSLAND PARISH MAGAZINE"26 x 28mm, white paper with black print: title page bordered by four over lapping in each corner black lines; back page left blank. Printed by Percy C. Tomson, Market Square, St. Neots.
PRINTED by PERCY C. TOMSON.June 1907SAVNM2013.20.920Great Paxton, Little Paxton & Toseland"GREAT PAXTON, LITTLE PAXTON and TOSLAND PARISH MAGAZINE"26 x 28mm, white paper with black print: title page bordered by four over lapping in each corner black lines; back page left blank. Printed by Percy C. Tomson, Market Square, St. Neots.
PRINTED by PERCY C. TOMSON.November 1903SAVNM2013.20.925Great Paxton, Little Paxton & Toseland"GREAT PAXTON, LITTLE PAXTON and TOSLAND PARISH MAGAZINE"26 x 28mm, white paper with black print: title page bordered by four over lapping in each corner black lines; back page left blank. Printed by Percy C. Tomson, Market Square, St. Neots.
PRINTED by PERCY C. TOMSON.September 1903SAVNM2013.20.926Great Paxton, Little Paxton & Toseland"GREAT PAXTON, LITTLE PAXTON and TOSLAND PARISH MAGAZINE"26 x 28mm, white paper with black print: title page bordered by four over lapping in each corner black lines; back page left blank. Printed by Percy C. Tomson, Market Square, St. Neots.
PRINTED BY THE PETERBOROUGH PRESS LTD,.December 1930SAVNM2013.20.905Fletton"THE FLETTONIAN"23 x 27mm, stiff card Air Force blue cover: with Crest, date and titel in black print: inside 20 pages of local information; inside the back cover the "Floreat Flettonia".
PRINTED BY THE PETERBOROUGH PRESS LTD,.December 1932SAVNM2013.20.906Fletton"THE FLETTONIAN"22 x 28mm, stiff card Duck egg blue cover: with Crest, date and titel in black print: inside 24 pages of local information; inside the back cover the "Floreat Flettonia".
PRINTED BY THE PETERBOROUGH PRESS LTD,.December 1933SAVNM2013.20.907Fletton"THE FLETTONIAN"21 x 28mm, stiff card blue / grey cover: with Crest, date and titel in black print: inside 28 pages of local information.
PUBLISHED BY THE CORPORATION OF HUNTINGDONc1900SAVNM2013.20.561Huntingdon "The Official Guide to Huntingdon" in pale green cover with a picture of the Old Bridge Hotel on the front and the courtyard of the George Hotel on the back. Nicely illustrated throughout with monochrome pictures.Twenty-eight page booklet: measuring 18 x 24 mm; printed by Vickery, Kyrle &Co., Ltd., London & Paris. 3.5 mm, tear at top of spine and rusty staples, but otherwise in good condition.
PYM, JOHN1641SAVNM2013.20.107'Two Speeches made by John Pymm Esq; the one after the Articles of the Charge against the Earle of Strafford were read. The other after the Articles of the Charge against Sir George Ratcliffe were read' Printed for John Bartlet, and are to be sold at the gilt Cup, neere St Austins Gate. 1641'Booklet, 6pp, 180mm x 138mm
PYM, JOHN1641SAVNM2013.20.106'The Speech or Declaration of John Pym, Esq, After the Recapitulation or Summing up of the Charge of High-Treason, against Thomas, Earle of Straford, 12 April, 1641. Published by Order of the Commons House' - Published for John BartletBooklet, 13pp, 185mm x 145mm
PYM, JOHN1641SAVNM2013.20.112A Speech delivered at a conference with the Lords January, 25th 1641 By occasion of the Petitions for the 'Citie of London and the Counties of Middlesex, Essex and Hertford, by John Pym Esq, Published by order of the House of Commons whereto are annexed two orders of the said House, The one containting the Thankes of the House, given to those of Hertfordshire, The other, for punishing of those who printed a false copie of that petition and other rebellious pamphlets'booklet, 12pp, 191mm x 140mm
PYM, JOHN1643SAVNM2013.20.110'A Remonstrance or Declaraation: presente to the Honorable House of Commons: concerning the grievances of the Kingdome, Delivered in Parliament by John Pym Esquire. Published by a true copy, April 6th 1643 - London, printed by Francis ?'Booklet, 14pp, 180mm x 134mm
QUARTERLY REVIEW1889SAVNM2013.20.119'Oliver Cromwell: his character illustrated by himself'magazine, 15pp + cover, 220mm x 145mm
RANDOLPH, Rev Herbert1845SAVNM2013.20.817AbbotsleyA Letter to the Parishioners of Abbotsley, Huntingdonshire. By the Rev Herbert Randolph, Vicar.London, Longman, Brown, Green & Longmans; St Neots, W. Emery & Son; 1845. 23pp, 180 x 100mm.
REGAL CINEMA1982SAVNM2013.13St IvesRegal Cinema St Ives programme for February 1982, Proprietor Geo. Randall. Details of opening nights including Bingo and Children's Matinees. Films include 'Arthur', 'Lady Chatterley's Lover' and 'The Orchard End Murder' amongst others. Local shops have adverts within the programme, including St Ives TV Centre, Robert Bryant and Ouse Valley Motors.Booklet, 12pp, 110 x 145mm, Trafalgar Publicity Service Ltd.
Reginald J. Kidman1893SAVNM2013.20.560HuntingdonA book of poems by a local author some with local themes.sixty-four page booklet measuring 18 x 25mm:with some foxing on the front and back covers; some slight nicks on spine. Printed by the "Hunts. County News" Ltd. Huntingdon.
REPRINTED FROM "HUNTS. COUNTY NEWS"c. 1900SAVNM2013.20.558HuntingdonOpens with the headline "Mr. RUFUS ISAACS AT HUNTINGDON" and below this "SPLENDID MEETING IN THE CORN EXCHANGE" followed by "Eloquent and Forcible Speech" and MR. CHAMBERLAIN'S SCHEMES CONDEMNED". Mr. Balfours Position. "THE POSITION OF THE UNDECIDED SWAIN. In the bottom left hand corner (Reprinted from "Hunts. County News").Four pages of small close print measuring 38 x 47 mm: slight foxing on back crease otherwise in very good condition.
Rev T Woodruff1855SAVNM2013.20.821Abbots RiptonA Sermon preached in the Parish Church, Abbots Ripton, Hunts, March 25th 1855, on Occasion of the Death of John Bonfoy Rooper Esq. by the Rev T Woodruff.Booklet, 13pp, 220 x 140mm, printed by A P Wood, Bookseller etc 1855
Rev. CANON SLOMAN (Vicar)Thursday, June 22nd, 1911SAVNM2013.20.954Godmanche-ster"Borough of Godmanchester": "Form of Service with Hymes to be used at the Public Service to be conducted by the Vicer (Rev CANON SLOMAN) and the Rev. E.V. O'CONNOR (Curate)" "at St. Mary's Parish Church, at 11 o'clock on THURSDAY, JUNE 22ND, 1911, in connection with THE CORONATION of KING GEORGE V. & QUEEN MARY".18 x 24mm, 16 pages of black print, the front cover decorated with a black lined borarder crossed in the corner and a decrotive scroll beow the top line. Printed by D.Cooper & Co., Printers, Huntingdon. Staples rusty but otherwise in V/G condition.
REV. RICHARD SHEEPSHANKS & WILLIAM EDWARD TALLENTS1831SAVNM2013.20.529HuntingdonReport on the Borough of Huntingdon 1831 a two page document giving a short description of the town and its taxable value to central government. A single sheet of yellowed paper 34 x 21mm, printed on both sides with text and tables. Page may have been removed from a ledger, slight damage to left hand side of document.
REV. RICHARD SHEEPSHANKS & WILLIAM EDWARD TALLENTS1832SAVNM2013.20.530HuntingdonReport on the Borough of Huntingdon 1832 a two page document giving a short description of the town and its taxable value to central government.A single sheet of yellowed paper 34 x 21mm, printed on both sides with text and tables. Page may have been removed from a ledger, slight damage to left hand side of document.
RICHARD FISHBOURNE1901SAVNM 2013.20.599HuntingdonICHARD FISHBOURNE and other CHARITIES' ' STATEMENT of RECEIPTS and EXPENDITURE for THE YEAR 1901".22 x 28mm: Brown cover with black print on title page.Four pages one the repeated titlle page, two of accounts and the last blank, printed in black on sepia paper. Front cover stained and grubby.
RICHARD FISHBOURNE and other CHARITIES1902SAVNM2013.20.600Huntingdon"RICHARD FISHBOURNE and other CHARITIES' ' STATEMENT of RECEIPTS and EXPENDITURE for THE YEAR 1902".21 X 28mm: light green front and back cover with lighter green wave effect; inside four white pages one a repeat of the front cover, two of acounts and the fourth blank; all printing in black
RICHARD FISHBOURNE and other CHARITIES1904SAVNM2013.20.601HuntingdonRICHARD FISHBOURNE and other CHARITIES' ' STATEMENT of RECEIPTS and EXPENDITURE for THE YEAR 1904".21 X 28mm: buff coloured front and back cover with with ivy leaf border half way down front cover effect; inside four buff coloured pages one a repeat of the front cover, two of acounts and the fourth blank; all printing in black
RICHARD SHEEPSHANKS & WILLIAM EDWARD TALLENTS1832SAVNM2013.20.812Huntingdon"PARLIAMENTARY REPRSENTATION. REPORT OF COMMISSIONERS, 1832, ON THE BOROUGH AND TOWN OF HUNTINGDON"35 x 60mm report with map on legal quality paper in black print with coloured map: the front and back in dark blue paper with white label has been added later. Staples rusty.
RICHARD W. WOOLLEYSAVNM2013.20.524lHuntingdonCalendar for the month of November 1909 showing the phases of the moon for that month: Printed on a blue Dutch tiled background with a picture of a Dutch scene of a two boy playing marbles next to a canal.Mounted on card, 27x12mm. Top picture 14 x 10mm with .5mm gold tiled boarder. Written below picture "648. IN HOLLAND, AFTER SCHOOL", below this to the left "COPYRIGHT 1907 BY MAY A .POST" and to the right "THE OSBORNE CO N.Y. below this in a light blue panel "From Richard W. Woolley' GENERAL AND FANCY DRAPER, SILK MERCER AND GENTLEMAN'S OUTFITTER', 42 HIGH ST, HUNTINGDON”. And below this in a white 09 x 05mm box the calendar with a .5 mm gold border with a black line in the middle.
RICHARD W. WOOLLEYSAVNM2013.20.524iHuntingdonCalendar for the month of August 1909 showing the phases of the moon for that month: Printed on a blue Dutch tiled background with a picture of a Dutch scene of a young boy demanding toll off two young girls before they pass through a gate.Mounted on card, 27x12mm. Top picture 14 x 10mm with .5mm gold tiled boarder. Written below picture "678. IN HOLLAND, "TOLL FIRST", below this to the left "COPYRIGHT 1907 BY MAY A .POST" and to the right "THE OSBORNE CO N.Y. below this in a light blue panel "From Richard W. Woolley' GENERAL AND FANCY DRAPER, SILK MERCER AND GENTLEMAN'S OUTFITTER', 42 HIGH ST, HUNTINGDON”. And below this in a white 09 x 05mm box the calendar with a .5 mm gold border with a black line in the middle. Back has some marks on it.
RICHARD W. WOOLLEY1909SAVNM2013.20.524jHuntingdonCalendar for the month of September 1909 showing the phases of the moon for that month: Printed on a blue Dutch tiled background with a picture of a Dutch scene of a three boy sailing two yachts.Mounted on card, 27x12mm. Top picture 14 x 10mm with .5mm gold tiled boarder. Written below picture "638. IN HOLLAND, SAILOR MEN, below this to the left "COPYRIGHT 1907 BY MAY A .POST" and to the right "THE OSBORNE CO N.Y. below this in a light blue panel "From Richard W. Woolley' GENERAL AND FANCY DRAPER, SILK MERCER AND GENTLEMAN'S OUTFITTER', 42 HIGH ST, HUNTINGDON”. And below this in a white 09 x 05mm box the calendar with a .5 mm gold border with a black line in the middle.
RICHARD W. WOOLLEY1909SAVNM2013.20.524fHuntingdonCalendar for the month of May 1909 showing the phases of the moon for that month: Printed on a blue Dutch tiled background with a picture of a Dutch scene of three young women talking to an apple seller.Mounted on card, 27x12mm. Top picture 14 x 10mm with .5mm gold tiled boarder. Written below picture "678. IN HOLLAND, 'TOLL FIRST", below this to the left "COPYRIGHT 1907 BY MAY A .POST" and to the right "THE OSBORNE CO N.Y. below this in a light blue panel "From Richard W. Woolley' GENERAL AND FANCY DRAPER, SILK MERCER AND GENTLEMAN'S OUTFITTER', 42 HIGH ST, HUNTINGDON”. And below this in a white 09 x 05mm box the calendar with a .5 mm gold border with a black line in the middle.
RICHARD W. WOOLLEY1909SAVNM2013.20.524kHuntingdonCalendar for the month of October 1909 showing the phases of the moon for that month: Printed on a blue Dutch tiled background with a picture of a Dutch scene of a three girls and a boy playing "Ring around rosy".Mounted on card, 27x12mm. Top picture 14 x 10mm with .5mm gold tiled boarder. Written below picture "658. IN HOLLAND, "RING AROUND A ROSY", below this to the left "COPYRIGHT 1907 BY MAY A .POST" and to the right "THE OSBORNE CO N.Y. below this in a light blue panel "From Richard W. Woolley' GENERAL AND FANCY DRAPER, SILK MERCER AND GENTLEMAN'S OUTFITTER', 42 HIGH ST, HUNTINGDON”. And below this in a white 09 x 05mm box the calendar with a .5 mm gold border with a black line in the middle.
RICHARD W. WOOLLEY1909SAVNM2013.20.524hHuntingdonCalendar for the month of July 1909 showing the phases of the moon for that month: Printed on a blue Dutch tiled background with a picture of a Dutch scene of a three young girls in a tulip field.Mounted on card, 27x12mm. Top picture 14 x 10mm with .5mm gold tiled boarder. Written below picture "668. IN HOLLAND, THE TULIP FIELD, below this to the left "COPYRIGHT 1907 BY MAY A .POST" and to the right "THE OSBORNE CO N.Y. below this in a light blue panel "From Richard W. Woolley' GENERAL AND FANCY DRAPER, SILK MERCER AND GENTLEMAN'S OUTFITTER', 42 HIGH ST, HUNTINGDON”. And below this in a white 09 x 05mm box the calendar with a .5 mm gold border with a black line in the middle. Back has some marks on it.
RICHARD W. WOOLLEY1909SAVNM2013.20.524gHuntingdonCalendar for the month of June 1909 showing the phases of the moon for that month: Printed on a blue Dutch tiled background with a picture of a Dutch scene of a young shepherdess tending four lambs.Mounted on card, 27x12mm. Top picture 14 x 10mm with .5mm gold tiled boarder. Written below picture "708. IN HOLLAND, THE SHEPHERDESS, below this to the left "COPYRIGHT 1907 BY MAY A .POST" and to the right "THE OSBORNE CO N.Y. below this in a light blue panel "From Richard W. Woolley' GENERAL AND FANCY DRAPER, SILK MERCER AND GENTLEMAN'S OUTFITTER', 42 HIGH ST, HUNTINGDON”. And below this in a white 09 x 05mm box the calendar with a .5 mm gold border with a black line in the middle. Back has some marks on it.
RICHARD W. WOOLLEY1909SAVNM2013.20.524bHuntingdonCalendar for the month of January 1909 showing the phases of the moon for that month: Printed on a blue Dutch tiled background with a picture of a Dutch winter seen of three children, two boys and a girl skating on ice on a canal.Mounted on card, 27x12mm. Top picture 14 x 10mm with .5mm gold tiled boarder. Written below picture "608. IN HOLLAND, WINTER SPORTS", below this to the left "COPYRIGHT 1907 BY MAY A .POST" and to the right "THE OSBORNE CO N.Y. below this in a light blue panel "From Richard W. Woolley' GENERAL AND FANCYDRAPER, SILK MERCER AND GENTLEMAN'S OUTFITTER', 42 HIGH ST, HUNTINGDON”. And below this in a white 09 x 05mm box the calendar with a .5 mm gold border with a black line in the middle. Back has some marks on it.
RICHARD W. WOOLLEY1909SAVNM2013.20.524CHuntingdonCalendar for the month of February 1909 showing the phases of the moon for that month: Printed on a blue Dutch tiled background with a picture of a Dutch summer seen of three children, two girls and an older boy meeting a teenage girl holding a younger girl.Mounted on card, 27x12mm. Top picture 14 x 10mm with .5mm gold tiled boarder. Written below picture "618. IN HOLLAND, STRANGERS, below this to the left "COPYRIGHT 1907 BY MAY A .POST" and to the right "THE OSBORNE CO N.Y. below this in a light blue panel "From Richard W. Woolley' GENERAL AND FANCY DRAPER, SILK MERCER AND GENTLEMAN'S OUTFITTER', 42 HIGH ST, HUNTINGDON”. And below this in a white 09 x 05mm box the calendar with a .5 mm gold border with a black line in the middle. Back has some marks on it.
RICHARD W. WOOLLEY1909SAVNM2013.20.524eHuntingdonCalendar for the month of April 1909 showing the phases of the moon for that month: Printed on a blue Dutch tiled background with a picture of a Dutch scene of three young women.Mounted on card, 27x12mm. Top picture 14 x 10mm with .5mm gold tiled boarder. Written below picture "688. IN HOLLAND, CONFIDENCES", below this to the left "COPYRIGHT 1907 BY MAY A .POST" and to the right "THE OSBORNE CO N.Y. below this in a light blue panel "From Richard W. Woolley' GENERAL AND FANCY DRAPER, SILK MERCER AND GENTLEMAN'S OUTFITTER', 42 HIGH ST, HUNTINGDON”. And below this in a white 09 x 05mm box the calendar with a .5 mm gold border with a black line in the middle. Back has some marks on it.
RICHARD W. WOOLLEY1909SAVNM2013.20.524aHuntingdonFront cover of a monthly issued calendar. Printed colour picture of a small Dutch girl in traditional Dutch dress and clogs, with a large bunch of tulips; tied with blue, white and red banded ribbon. Below her the words, in a descending zigzag "GLOY' The Sweet Smooth Paste".Mounted on card, 27x12mm. Stain across top to 2mm depth. Cover for a 1909 calendar
RICHARD W. WOOLLEY1909SAVNM2013.20.524dHuntingdonCalendar for the month of March 1909 showing the phases of the moon for that month: Printed on a blue Dutch tiled background with a picture of a Dutch spring seen of Four children, three boys and a younger girl holding a doll.Mounted on card, 27x12mm. Top picture 14 x 10mm with .5mm gold tiled boarder. Written below picture "628. IN HOLLAND, WINDY DAY, below this to the left "COPYRIGHT 1907 BY MAY A .POST" and to the right "THE OSBORNE CO N.Y. below this in a light blue panel "From Richard W. Woolley' GENERAL AND FANCY DRAPER, SILK MERCER AND GENTLEMAN'S OUTFITTER', 42 HIGH ST, HUNTINGDON”. And below this in a white 09 x 05mm box the calendar with a .5 mm gold border with a black line in the middle. Back has some marks on it.
RICHARD W. WOOLLEY1909SAVNM2013.20.524mHuntingdonCalendar for the month of December 1909 showing the phases of the moon for that month: Printed on a blue Dutch tiled background with a picture of a Dutch scene of a two very small children with an older boy standing on a quay.Mounted on card, 27x12mm. Top picture 14 x 10mm with .5mm gold tiled boarder. Written below picture "718. IN HOLLAND, WATCHING FOR FATHERS BOAT", below this to the left "COPYRIGHT 1907 BY MAY A .POST" and to the right "THE OSBORNE CO N.Y. below this in a light blue panel "From Richard W. Woolley' GENERAL AND FANCY DRAPER, SILK MERCER AND GENTLEMAN'S OUTFITTER', 42 HIGH ST, HUNTINGDON”. And below this in a white 09 x 05mm box the calendar with a .5 mm gold border with a black line in the middle.
S.A. Rumball1835-1837SAVNM2013.20.1034Godmanche-ster" MUNICIPAL CORPORATION BOUNDARIES", " REPORT OF COMMISSIONERS, 1835 - 1837 of GODMANCHESTER".35 x 46mm, in pink paper cover: with at the top centre in black print the title and Godmanchester written in ink in Herbert Norris's hand; in top left the No. 11 underlined in black ink and the letter "E" in pancil; inside the front cover an "Norris Library & Museum, St Ives" sticker; the report is on three pages of heavey whit paper, page 1 is maps or the area and 2 & 3 the report in black print.
SCRUBY & GRAY1913PP/Sales/HUNTS/1913HuntsParticulars, Plans and Conditions of Sale of the valuable Freehold Estates comprising a total area of about 1124 acres, etc. (Wyton & Houghton: The Manor Farm, etc.; Holywell cum Needingworth: The Manor Farm, etc.; Alconbury: The Weybridge Lodge Farm, etc.; also land in Brampton, Bury and St Ives). Sale at the George Hotel, Huntingdon, 9th August 1913.23pp, 360 x 270mm, with photos and fold-out maps.
SKATINGVariousPP/SKATE/There is a large archive of printed papers and other material, most of which seems to have come from the Tebbutt family of Bluntisham. It was here by September 1974 when Chris Morris listed it, using the numbers assigned to it under the old (wide-ranging) "documents" category. The items then were 257, re Bandy at Bury Fen; and 341-345, 349, 380, 431, 435, 453 and 485, all apparently collected by C.G. Tebbutt. 257 may well have been a Tebbutt item as well. They were doubtless given to the Museum at the same time as the Tebbutt skates, whenever that was. In addition to these, there is also the Sorby catalogues and related material given by Lorna Delanoy in 1992.Note that as well as printed papers the collection includes some significant MSS and a few objects - ribbons etc. Photographs and Whymper's skating sketches, originally in this collection too, have now been moved to the appropriate place.
SKATINGVarious 01PP/SKATE/03.01-051) Amsterdamsche Sport-Club Officieel Programma . . . 8 Januari 1889 . . . Meesterschap van de Wereld (with MS notes & little sketch - Whymper?); 2) cutting from the "Sporting Dramatic" 5.2.1887 with Whymper's print of the amateurs' race at Rotterdam, with autograph of the winner, C.G. Tebbutt; 3) NSA Report of AGM, October 1889, 8pp; 4) 3 MS letters (in pencil) to Neville Goodman from a Mr Curtis, dated from New York Feb and March 1888; 5) Prospectus for International Skating Matches at Stockholm, 17 & 24.2.1889, 4pp.Various, printed papers unless otherwise stated.
SKATINGVarious 02PP/SKATE/03.06-10 6) MS letter to Tebbutt from Sam Montgomery, dated from New York, 18.10.1887; 7) ditto, 28.12.1887; 8) ditto (on letterhead of National Amateur Skating Ass'n, 6.3.1888; 9) pencil MS letter to Neville Goodman from Curtis, as 4), 23.3.1888; 10) cuttings re International Skating Contest at Rotterdam, January 1887, inc print by Whymper of C.G. Tebbutt.Various, printed papers unless otherwise stated.
SKATINGVarious 03PP/SKATE/03.11-1511) cutting from The Spirit of the Times (American newspaper) March 1879, with article on "Fictitious Ice Yachting";12) cutting from Daily News 20.1.1887 on "The International Skating Contests" with MS note "of course all incorrect"; 13) page from Wassersport 17.3.1887, with para and photo on C.G. Tebbutt's skating victory in Holland; 14) cutting from the Standard 3.1.1887, on skating races at Cowbit Wash; 15) cutting from Cambridge Independent Press 26.2.1887, on "The Fenmen's Skating Victory in Holland", by Neville Goodman.Various, printed papers unless otherwise stated.
SKATINGVarious 04PP/SKATE/03.16-2016) cutting from The Spirit of the Times 22.2.1879, with article on ice yachting - see 11); 17) page from The Spirit of the Times 17.5.1884, with amateur skating records corrected up to 17.5.1884; 18) cutting from the same, Feb or March 1879, ice yachting again; 19) cutting from The Sporting Life 22.1.1887, with report on skating races at Slikkerveer; 20) pencil MS letter to C.G. Tebbutt from New York, 22.3.1899, same illeg signature as those to Neville Goodman, see 4).Various, printed papers unless otherwise stated.
SKATINGVarious 05PP/SKATE/03.21-2521) proof of article "Amateur Skating Records corrected up to May 1, 1899"; 22) Dutch Skating Association Programme and Rules of International Speed Skating Meeting at Heerenveen, 1889-90; 23) 4 outer pp of Morgenbladet (Norwegian newspaper) 5.3.1890, inc article on (presumably) skating races; 24) cutting from The Sporting Life, 6.1.1890, with report on international skating races at Amsterdam; 25) identical to 22.Various, printed papers.
SKATINGVarious 06PP/SKATE/03.26-3026) MS message on postcard from Whitaker's Almanack to C.G. Tebbutt at St Neots, postmark 24.7.1890, re skating records; 27) identical to 24; 28) identical to 22 & 25; 29) NSA programme for 1889-90; 30) cutting from Hunts County News 11.1.1890, report on international skating races at Amsterdam by C.G. Tebbutt.Various, printed papers unless otherwise stated.
SKATINGVarious 07PP/SKATE/03.31-3531) bill for "3 luncheons & ale" at the Lamb & Flag, Welney, 3.2.1890, with added note "Uncle Neville Goodman, C.G. Tebbutt, Gutta Percha See"; 32) poster for skating match at Welney (date left blank), 2 copies; 33) p. 11 from Hunts County News 17.3.1888, with article by C.G. Tebbutt on "A Skating Week in Holland" (inc. Smart & See in international races); 34) cutting from The Sporting Life 11.1.1889, with report on "The International Skating Contests at Amsterdam"; 35) ditto 12.1.1889, with another report by C.G. Tebbutt and referring to "my report yesterday".Various, printed papers with MS notes.
SKATINGVarious 08PP/SKATE/03.36-4036) NSA circular re fundraising and change of rules, 26.11.1887; 37) letter to C.G. Tebbutt, 18.6.1888, from Wm B. Curtis on "The Spirit of the Times" letterhead; 38) page from The Field, 1.12.1888, with article on International Speed Skating by C.G. Tebbutt; 39) MS account of "A Long distance Record Skate by Mr C.G. Tebbutt", letterhead of Bible Hotel, Amsterdam, 1888; 40) proof of article on "Amateur Skating Records Corrected up to Aug. 4, 1888" (see 17).Various, printed papers unless otherwise stated.
SKATINGVarious 09PP/SKATE/03.41-4541) identical to 34, with "by CGT" added in pencil; 42) identical to 1, with some times added in MS; 43) letter to Tebbutt from Saml Montgomery, letterhead National Amateur Skating Ass'n, dated New York 17.9.1888; 44) cutting from The Sporting Life 24.1.1887, with article on "The International Skating Contests at Rotterdam"; 45) cutting from The Sporting Life 12.1.1889, as in 35.Various, printed papers unless otherwise stated.
SKATINGVarious 10PP/SKATE/03.46-5046) cutting from The Spirit of the Times, 8.9.1888, with article on "Amateur Skating Records corrected up to Sept. 8, 1888"; 47) letter to Tebbutt from Saml Montgomery, letterhead National Amateur Skating Ass'n, dated New York 5.11.1888; 48) ditto but with different letterhead, dated 10.4.1888; 49) identical to 35 & 45; 50) illustrated catalogue of skates, with prices, added in MS "please return to C.G. Tebbutt", 4ppVarious, printed papers unless otherwise stated.
SKATINGVarious 100PP/SKATE/11.91-9591) Cutting from The Spirit of the Times, Various skating reports, 1888; 92) Sport-Club Amsterdam: Program and Rules of International Skating Contests to be held in Amsterdam, October 1888; 93) Dutch Skating Association, Program of rules for the International Speed Skating Contests to be held in Heerenveen, November 1888; 94) Program for International Skating Matches at Stockholm, 17/18 Feb, 1889; 95) Cutting showing skating fixtures for 1889 and 'The Amateur Championship Meeting', 1888-89Various printed papers
SKATINGVarious 101PP/SKATE/11.96-10096) Cutting with skating fixtures and various skating reports, 1888/1889; 97) Cutting, 'The Amateur Skating Meeting' and various reports, 1889; 98) Cutting, skating fixtures and various skating reports, 1888/1889; 99) Cutting from The Sporting Life, 'The Open Skating Championship of England, Jim Smart Becomes Champion), 5.3.1889; 100) Cutting from the Sporting Life, 'The Open Skating Championships, G "Fish" Smart Vanquished', Jan 1889.Various printed papers
SKATINGVarious 102PP/SKATE/11.101-105101) Cutting from The Sporting Life, 'The International Skating Contests at Amsterdam', various reports, 9.1.89; 102) Cutting from The Sporting Life, Various reports on The Amateur Skating Championship of England, 8.1.1889; 103) Cutting from The Sporting Life, 'International Skating Contests at Amsterdam', 10.1.1889; 104) Cutting from The Sporting Life, various skating reports, 1889; 105) Cutting from The Sporting Life, 'International Skating Contests to take place in England, The American J F Donoghue will compete' and 'The International Skating Contests at Amsterdam', 12.1.1889.Various printed papers
SKATINGVarious 103PP/SKATE/11.106-110106) Cutting, 'A Brief Account of the Amateur Skating Matches at Amsterdam', taken from the Lynn Advertiser, 19.1.1889; 107) Cutting from The Spirit of the Times, 'Skating fixtures' and 'The Adventures of our Champion', 1889; 108) Cutting, 'Russian Speed and American Stamina beat the World' and 'The Amateur Championship Meeting', 1889; 109) Cutting with letter from America's Timothy Donoghue, once fastest skater and father of current amateur champion, Jan, 1889; 110) Cutting from The Spirit of the Times, 'The Adventures of our Champion', with illustration of America's Donoghue racing Von Panschin, 9.2.1889Various printed papers
SKATINGVarious 104PP/SKATE/11.111-115111) page from the Spirit of the Times, 'The Adventures of our Champion' and 'The Figure Skating Championship' 2.2.1889
SKATINGVarious 105PP/SKATE/11.116-120116) Cutting from The Spirit of the Times, ' The Amateur Championships' (in Tebbutts hand: 'Donoghue had skated 51 days since Jan 1st before the race'), 2.3.1889; 117) Cutting from The Field, 'International Skating Conpetition at Stockholm', 9.3.1889; 118) Cutting, 'Great sport in prospect', no date; 119) Cutting, 'A Chance for American Amateurs, 1889; 120) Cutting, 'Skating', about Donoghue recovering from illness/injury, 1889;Various printed papers
SKATINGVarious 106PP/SKATE/11.121-125121) cutting, 'Skating', NSA annual meeting, no date; 122) Cutting, 'NSA', 1889; 123) Cutting from The Sporting Life, 'The Weather and the Park' and various reports, 2.1.1890; 124) Cutting from The Sporting Life, 'NSA' and various reports, 3.1.1890; 125) Cutting from The Sporting Life, 'International Amateur Skating Meeting at Amsterdam' and 'Skating Match in the Fens', 4.1.1890Various printed papers
SKATINGVarious 107PP/SKATE/11.126-130126) Cutting, article by Tebbutt, 'International Contests at Amsterdam, the five miles race', 'Skating at Thorney', 'The weather in the Fen Country', 6.1.1890; 127) Cutting, Tebbutt was the only representative of England at the Internation Contests at Amsterdam - describes his performance, 1890; 128) Cutting, 'The International Skating Contests in Holland, 20.1.1890; 129) Cutting from the Sporting Life, 'The Recent international Skating Contests, 9.1.1890; 130) Cutting from The Sporting Life, 'International Race Meeting at Petersburg', 16.2.1890;Various printed papers
SKATINGVarious 108PP/SKATE/11.131-135131) Cutting from The Field, 'International Skting Competition at Stockholm', 5.4.1890; 132) Cutting from The Star, 'Champion Skaters' with illustrations, presumably of Smart and McCormick, 8.3.1890; 133) Cutting, 'Donoghue would not have an equal chance', no date; 134) Cutting, 'Dutch Skating Association' and 'The Amateur Championship Meeting', no date; 135) Cutting, 'Notes from Newburgh' and 'The Amateur Championship Meeting', no dateVarious printed papers
SKATINGVarious 109PP/SKATE/11.136-140136) Cutting, 'Everybody wishes to skate against Donoghue' and 'The Amateur Championship Meeting', no date; 137) Cutting, Mr Louis Rubenstein, the Canadian and American figure skating champion to St Petersburg, no date; 138) Cutting, about Axel Paulsen, no date; 139) Cutting from The Spirit of the Times, ''Humbug and Robbery at Minneapolis Minn'' and'The Amateur Championship Meeting', no date; 140) Cutting from The Spirit of The Times, 'Dutch Skating Association'Various printed papers
SKATINGVarious 11PP/SKATE/03.51-5551) page from catalogue by Benetfink & Company showing skates; 52) page with added cutting of text from The Illustrated London News 24.3.1888, showing Whymper's engravings of "The International Skating Meeting at Amsterdam"; 53) large poster advertising Bluntisham Skating Festival, 5.3.1891; 54) advertising leaflet for NSA St Ives Branch Standard Skates, January 1882; 55) leaflet by Marsden Bros & Co. advertising NSA Standard Racing Skates "specially designed by Mr C.G. Tebbutt" (long Norwegian blade with short Fen foot stock).Various, printed papers unless otherwise stated.
SKATINGVarious 110PP/SKATE/11.141-145141) Cutting, about the Minnesota climate and the Minneapolis skating rink, no date; 142) Cutting from The Spirit of The Times, 'The International Races at Amsterdam', 'Notes from the Northwest' and 'The Figure Skating Championship', 1.2.1890; 143) cutting, article about Frank P Carroll, no date; 144) cutting, anicdote about the spelling of Muchattoes Lake, no date; 145) Cutting, death of G D Baron de Salis of Amsterdam, Holland on 17th Jan (1890?)Various printed papers
SKATINGVarious 111PP/SKATE/11.146-150146) cutting probably from The Spirit of the Times, 'The Figure Skatin Championships', 'Mr L Rubenstein in Russia', 'The ten mile Championships' and 'The Canadian Championships - Ottawa', no date; 147) Cutting, 'The Figure Skating Champion's Adventures', no date; 148) cutting, 'The Champion makes some new records', no date; 149) cutting, 'Skating: The Amateur Championships', no date; 150) Cutting, 'A Manly Propositions', no dateVarious printed papers
SKATINGVarious 112PP/SKATE/11.151-156151) Cutting about 'Mr Louis Rubenstein', no date; 152) Cutting from The Spirit of the Times?, 'The Amateur Championships' and 'New England Skating Association, 'The Amsterdam records were correct', 'How fast can J F Donoghue skate?', 1890; 153) Cutting, 'The Canadian Amateur Championships', 'The Tournament at St Petersburg, Russia', no date; 154) Cutting, 'what Louis Rubenstein has to say about his trip' and 'Skater Rubenstein's arrival: not please at his experience in the land of the Czar', 14.3.1890; 155) cutting from The Sporting Life, 'Roller Skating - Champion Ice Skaters on Wheels. James Smart (champion) v George See for £20 - defeat of Smart', 14.7.1890; 156) Cutting from The Evening News, 'Olympia at Brighton', 12.7.1890Various printed papers
SKATINGVarious 113PP/SKATE/11.157-160157) Cutting from The Sporting Life, death of Neville Goodman on 24.4.1890 aged 58 years, 24.5.1890; 158) Cutting from The Field, 'Training for English Skaters', 1.11.1890; 159) Cutting, 'Skating - letter to the Editor of the Hunts County News, by Tebbutt' 29.12.1890; 160) Cutting from The Field, 'Combined Figure Skating', 'International Speed Skating', 'Amateur Skating at Amsterdam' and 'Death of Baron de Salis of Amsterdam', 25.1.1890Various printed papers
SKATINGVarious 114PP/SKATE/11.161-165161) Programma van de Internationale Hardrijderijen en der Nationale Hardrijderij op Schaatsen, 17/18.12.?; 162) small piece of paper with '1 pair of Boots written on it'; 163) Cutting from The Field, 'Training for English Skaters' and 'NSA', 8.11.1890; 164) Letter to Tebbutt from ?; 165) 'Amsterdamsche Ijsclub Programma Internationale Hardrijderijen Voor Liefhebbers, no dateVarious printed papers
SKATINGVarious 115PP/SKATE/11.166-170166) Cutting from St Neots Chronicle, 'A Brave Lad- Doc Donovan', about 1886; 167) letter on NSA headed notepaper - discussing whether Smart should go the the Heereveen and Amsterdam meetings or should he be held in reserve to skate at home, signed by the secretary and Tebbutt, 12.12.1890; 168) article, 'Skating Race between Smart and See', written by Tebbutt; 169) Cutting, illustration of one of the ladies from the House of Beaufort in male hunting dress - shall ladies ride astride?, no date; 170) what appears to be a handwritten transcipt of a newspaper report from The Illustrated L News, 'Skating in Lincolnshire', 23.1.1847.Various printed papers
SKATINGVarious 116PP/SKATE/11.171-175171) handwritten transcript from the Annals of Skating, 1823 - Moulton? Great Staughton; 172) Ticket for Vreemdelingen, 27.1.1880; 173) Amsterdamsche Sport Club Officieel Programma, 9.1.1889; 174) Same as 173 but for 10.1.1889; 175) Cutting of various skating reports, no dateVarious printed papers
SKATINGVarious 117PP/SKATE/11.176-180176) What appears to be handwritten translations of reports in the Nederlandesche Sport, 1887; 177) the same as 176; 178) the same as 176 & 177; 179) Cutting, 'Trip to Holland in Winter - An Englishman's experiences of a Dutch Skating Match, by Tebbutt, no date; 180) empty envelope addressed to Tebbutt and stamped by The Spirit of the Times, New York city.Various printed papers
SKATINGVarious 118PP/SKATE/11.181-185181) Cutting, report of a roller skating race, 1883; 182) Cutting from The Spirit of the Times, with article on 'Yachting' highlighted and letter to the editor about skating written by B W R T, 21.2.1880; 183) Cutting from The Spirit of the Times, with various skating reports highlighted, 1.2.1979; 184) Cutting, 'The Fast Skating at Milwaukee, Wis', 1879; 185) Cutting, 'Manhattan Athletic Club', 1879Various printed papers
SKATINGVarious 119PP/SKATE/11.186-190186) Cutting, 'Skating at Manhattan Rink', 1879; 187) Cutting, 'Skating at Motreal', results, 1882; 188) Cutting, skating in America, 1879: 189) Cutting, probably from the Spirit of the Times, 'A Bundle of New Skating Records', 1882; 190) Cutting from The Spirit of the Times, 'Skating at Gilmore's Garden' and 'Skating in Brooklyn', 8.2.1879Various printed papers
SKATINGVarious 12PP/SKATE/03.56-6056) advertising leaflet by Colquhoun & Cadman, Skate Manufacturers, with "results achieved in 1887 & 1888", 4pp; 57) Swedish poster for (presumably) skating races, 24.2.1889, middle part cut out; 58) printed page with part of article re long distance skatig; 59) pencil letter to C.G. Tebbutt from same illeg correspondent as 4 & 9, dated from New York City 16.7.1888; 60) pencil letter to Neville Goodman, as 4 & 9, dated from New York City 24.2.1888.Various, printed papers unless otherwise stated.
SKATINGVarious 120PP/SKATE/11.191-195191) Cutting from The Spirit of the Times, 'A Chance for Fast Skaters', 1881; 192) cutting, 'Skating at the Manhattan', results, 1881; 193) Cutting from The Spirit of the Times, 'Skating at Titusville, Pa', results, 1880; 194) Cutting from The Spirit of the Times, 'A Chance for Fast Skaters', 18.1.1882; 195) Cutting, 'Match at Montreal', results, 1882Various printed papers
SKATINGVarious 121PP/SKATE/11.196-200196) Cutting from The Spirit of the Times, 'More About Skating', 22.2.1879; 197) Cutting from The Spirit of the Times, 'The Skating Championship', 19.2.1881; 198) Cutting, 'Skating in New York City', results, 1880; 199) Cutting, 'Skating News' - letter from Tim O'Donoghue from Newburgh, NY, 1880; 200) Cutting, 'Skating in the Engadine' and 'Skating in Holland', no dateVarious printed papers
SKATINGVarious 122PP/SKATE/11.201-205201) List of names and donations for funding Smart, no date; 202) Cutting from The Spirit of the Times, 'John Ennis makes a best on record', 'Skating at Malone, NY', 'Wonderful Skating in Indiana', 'Skating at the Manhattan Rink', 18.1.1879; 203) Cutting from The Spirit of the Times, 'More About Skating Records' - how fast can a man skate? - letter from Tim O'Donoghue, 'Fancy Skating in Chicago', 'Skating at Akron', 15.2.1879; 204) Cutting, 'Skating in Montreal', 1879; 205) 'Skating at the Manhattan', results, 1881Various printed papers
SKATINGVarious 123PP/SKATE/11.206-209206) Cutting, 'A Chance for American Amateurs', Nov 1889; 207) Cutting, 'NSA', Nov 1889; 208) Cutting from The Field, reports about Ice Yachting, 24.5.1890; 209) Entire copy of The Spirit of the Times, skating article on p.347, 9.4.1887Various printed papers
SKATINGVarious 13PP/SKATE/04.01-041) Rules, Regulations, and Bye-Laws of the National Skating Association of Great Britain [latest rule change Jan 1897], 14pp; 2) Rules, Badge Holders & List of Judges of the National Skating Association of Great Britain, 1891, 24pp; 3) The Seventeenth Annual General Meeting of the National Skating Association, 1895, 4pp; 4) Rules, Regulations, and Bye-Laws of the National Skating Association of Great Britain [latest revision March 1897], 20pp; with, inserted loose, invitations to meetings of the NSA Grand Council, Dec 1896 & Sept 1897.Various, printed papers.
SKATINGVarious 14PP/SKATE/04.05-105) page from The Spirit of the Times, 9.2.1895, inc para on "The Snow-Shoeing Amateur, Canada"; 6) ditto, with the start of the "These, Our Amateurs" article; 7) page from The Spirit of the Times, 22.12.1894, with part of an article on sporting amateurs; 8) page from The Spirit of the Times, 2.2.1895, inc another part of "These, Our Amateurs"; 9) ditto, continuation of 8; 10) page from The Spirit of the Times, 22.12.1894, inc the first part of "These, Our Amateurs".Newspaper pages.
SKATINGVarious 15PP/SKATE/04.11-1511) page from The Spirit of the Times, 19.1.1895, inc. part of article "These, Our Amateurs"; 12) ditto, 26.1.1895; 13) ditto; 14) page from The Spirit of the Times, 19.1.1895, with part of article "These, Our Amateurs", inc. section on "The Skating Amateur"; 15) page from The Spirit of the Times, 22.12.1894, inc. part of article "These, Our Amateurs".Newspaper pages.
SKATINGVarious 16PP/SKATE/04.16-2016) page from The Spirit of the Times, 25.2.1893, inc. "A Grand Skating Tour, Bury Fenners in Holland", by C.G. Tebbutt; 17) cutting from Hunts County Guardian, 28.1.1893, inc. "Bury Fenners in Holland" by CGT; 18) cutting from HCN 7.1.1893, with reports on various skating events; 19) page from The Field, 11.3.1893, inc. "Skating Trips in Holland" by N.M. and "Dutch Skaters in England" by CGT; 20) page from The Wisbech Standard, 6.1.1893, with reports on various skating events.Newspaper pages & cuttings.
SKATINGVarious 17PP/SKATE/04.21-2521) Littleport Skating Matches, programme for 30.12.1892; 22) page from The Field, 21.1.1893, with reports on various skating events; 23) ditto, 14.1.1893; 24) cutting from The Sportsman, 30.12.1892, various skating events; 25) cutting from Hunts County Guardian, 28.1.1893, various skating events.Various printed papers & newspaper cuttings.
SKATINGVarious 18PP/SKATE/04.26-3026) typescript letter to C.G. Tebbutt from Mr Curtis, dated from New York, 12.10.1893, with answers to questions; 27) cutting from The Spirit of the Times, 11.2.1893, various skating events; 28) ditto, January 1893, various skating events; 29) 2pp from The Spirit of the Times, 17.12.1892, inc. "Amateur Skating Records, corrected up to Oct. 1 1892"; 30) cutting from The Spirit of the Times, 10.12.1892, various skating events.Newspaper pages & cuttings.
SKATINGVarious 19PP/SKATE/04.31-3631) cutting from The Spirit of the Times, 7.1.1893, various skating items; 32) page from The Spirit of the Times, 25.2.1893, various skating items; 33) cutting from The Spirit of the Age, 25.2.1893, continuation of 32; 34) cutting from The Spirit of the Times, 31.12.1892, various skating items; 35) page from The Spirit of the Times, 28.1.1893, various skating items; 36) page and a bit from The Spirit of the Age, 11.3.1893, various skating items.Newspaper pages & cuttings.
SKATINGVarious 20PP/SKATE/04.37Complete issue of The Spirit of the Times, 5.1.1895, inc. "Amateur Skating Records, corrected up to Nov 1, 1894".Newspaper, 32pp.
SKATINGVarious 21PP/SKATE/05.01-061) cutting from The Hunts County News, 17.1.1891, various skating items inc "Bury Fen Bandy Team in Holland"; 2) MS letter from James Smart, dated from Welney 24.2.91, inc ref to "My Uncle Turkey" and "I have taken your advice and am a teetotaller now"; 3) page from The Field, 10.1.1891, various skating reports; 4) cutting from Algemeen Handelsblad, 18.12.1890, inc international skating races at Heerenveen; 5-6) offprints of CGT's letters to the editor of The Field, re subscriptions for sending Smart & See to train at St Moritz, 2 copies [1888].Various, printed papers unless otherwise stated.
SKATINGVarious 22PP/SKATE/05.07-107) International Amateur Skating Competition at Stockholm, 20.2-1.3.1891, programme & rules (in English), 4pp; 8) cutting from The Standard, 28.11.1890, with article "The Severe Frost"; 9) complete issue of The Davos Courier, 24.1.1891, inc programme for skating meeting; 10) cutting from The Sporting Life, 13.1.1891, various skating items.Various, printed papers.
SKATINGVarious 23PP/SKATE/05.11-1511) cutting from The Isle of Ely & Wisbech Advertiser, 31.12.1890, various skating reports; 12) ditto 7.1.1891, various skating reports inc CGT on James Smart's world title; 13) identical to 5 & 6, with "1888" added in pencil; 14) Amsterdamsche Ijsclub Programma der Internationale Hardrijderijen voor Liefhebbers, Jan 1891, 4pp; 15) Dutch Sporting Association, programme & rules for International speed skating contests 1890-91, 4pp [ref on p.1 to January 1890 seems to be a mistake].Various, printed papers.
SKATINGVarious 24PP/SKATE/05.16-2016) Programm uber Obligatorische Figuren beim Allgemeinen Kunst-Laufen am 20 Februar 1891, Stockholm; 17) identical to 7; 18) identical to 14, 3 copies; 19) cutting from The Sporting Life, 23.1.(?)1891, various skating reports; 20) Norsk-Skoite-Forbunds Internationale Kaplob, (Christiania, Norway) 1-2.2.1891, programme, 4pp.Various, printed papers.
SKATINGVarious 25PP/SKATE/05.21-2521) prospectus by Arthur K. Bower for a St Neots & District Skating Association, 7.1.1891; 22) Hunts Skating Meeting at Huntingdon, 2.1.1891, details and participants in Amateur & Professional Races, 2 cards; 23) cutting from Cambs Daily News, 14.1.1891, letters re Joseph Donoghue & Lingay Fen; 24) cutting from The People, 11.1.1891, some skating reports; 25) cutting from The Sporting Life, 17.1.1891, various skating reports.Various, printed papers.
SKATINGVarious 26PP/SKATE/05.26-3026) cutting from Hunts County Guardian, 10.1.1891, various skating reports inc "Bury Fen Bandy Players in Holland"; 27) short cutting from The Illustrated Sporting and Dramatic News, 10.1.1891, with brief notice of skating match in Lincs; 28) cutting from Hunts County (?), 10.1.1891, reports of skating at Huntingdon; 29) cutting from The Sporting Life, 29.12.1890, various skating reports; 30) cutting from The Sportsman, 10.1.1891, various skating reports.Various, newspaper cuttings.
SKATINGVarious 27PP/SKATE/05.31-3531) page from The Field, 27.12.1890, various skating reports domestic & international; 32) MS letter to CGT from Charles Edwardes, dated from Needingworth 9.10.1890, subject obscure; 33) page from The Field, Jan 1891(?, page torn), with various skating reports & pencil note about L. Tebbutt skating from Huntingdon Bridge to St Ives Bridge in 17 minutes, Jan 1891; 34) cutting from Supplement to the Wisbech Advertiser, 7.1.1891, various skating reports; 35) cutting apparently from a Hunts County paper, 2.1.1891, report on skating match at Huntingdon.Various, newspaper cuttings unless otherwise stated.
SKATINGVarious 28PP/SKATE/05.36-4036) cutting from Hunts County News 3.1.1891, report of skating matches at St Neots; 37) cutting from Hunts County Guardian, 3.1.1891, article on "The Fen Skaters"; 38) ditto, report on skating matches at Hemingford Abbots; 39) ditto, report on skating matches at St Ives; 40) cuttings from 2pp of Hunts County News, 3.1.1891, various skating reports inc James Smart in Holland and on Lingay Fen.Various, newspaper cuttings.
SKATINGVarious 29PP/SKATE/05.41-4541) page from The Field, 3.1.1891, with design for an ice boat; 42) cutting from The Sporting Life, 3.1.1891, various skating reports; 43) ditto, 2.1.1891; 44) page from The Spirit of the Times, 21.2.1891, inc "A Skating Trip to Holland" by C.G. Tebbutt; 45) cutting from the Wisbech Advertiser, 31.12.1890, various skating reports.Various, newspaper pages & cuttings.
SKATINGVarious 30PP/SKATE/05.46-5046) page from The Field, 15.11.1890, some skating items inc sending Smart & See to St Moritz; 47) 2pp of pencil MS from Curtis, with attached press cuttings re the Fresh-Air Club; 48) cutting from Hunts County Guardian, 7.2.1891, "Presentation of Skating Prizes at a Public Dinnner" [at Huntingdon]; 49) page from The Field, 7.2.1891, items on skating & Bandy; 50) page from Daily Register (Newburgh, New York), 26.1.1891, with report on reception of skating champion Joseph Donoghue.Various, newspaper cuttings unless otherwise stated.
SKATINGVarious 31PP/SKATE/05.51-5551) small cutting from The Sporting Life, 22.1.1891, brief report of new roller skating record; 52) another cutting from ditto, various skating reports; 53) envelope addressed to CGT from The Spirit of the Age, containing 20 cuttings from it, various dates, re skating matches, times and records, also snow-shoeing ditto; 54) Programma van de Internationale Hardrijderijen en der Natioanle Hardrijderij op Schaatsen . . . op Woensdag 17 December 1890, te Heerenveen, 4pp; 55) pencil MS letter to C.G. Tebbutt from Curtis, dated from New York City, 16.2.1891.Various, printed papers and newspaper cuttings unless otherwise stated.
SKATINGVarious 32PP/SKATE/05.56-6056) cutting from The Penny Illustrated Paper, 17.1.1891, brief reports on skating; 57) Menu Ter Gelegenheid van de Internationale wedstrijden te Heerenveen, 17 en 18 December 1890 (menu card); 58) page from The Penny Illustrated Paper, 17.1.1891, continuing the reports in 56 and with drawing of J.F. Donoghue; 59) page from Hunts County Guardian, 17.1.1891, with "The Bury Fen Bandy Team in Holland" - 2 reports by "NT" and C.G. Tebbutt, also other skating reports; 60) cutting from The Sporting Life, 20.1.1891, various skating reports inc professional races at Amsterdam.Various, newspaper cuttings unless otherwise stated.
SKATINGVarious 33PP/SKATE/05.61-6561) cutting from The Sporting Life, 21.1.1891, various skating reports; 62) cutting from The Penny Illustrated Paper, 17.1.1891, with drawing of James Smart winning a race - details given on the pic, and pencil annotation "Bosh"; 63) cutting from The Isle of Ely & Wisbech Advertiser, 21.1.1891, skating reports inc exhibition match between Turkey Smart & Gutta Percha See; 64) cutting from The Sporting Life, 23.12.1890, various skating reports inc international meeting at Heerenveen; 65) page from The Field, 24.5.1890 - no reference to skating, why is it here?Various, newspaper pages & cuttings.
SKATINGVarious 34PP/SKATE/06.01-051) cutting from The Spirit of the Times, 1893, various skating reports; 2) cutting 21.1.1893, skating fixtures; 3) cutting from The Field, 'skating trip in Holland'; 4) cutting from The Field, 30.12.1893, various skating fixutures & 'Bone Skates from the Fens'; 5) cutting 'International Speed Skating'Various, printed papers
SKATINGVarious 35PP/SKATE/06.06-106) Charles Whymper watercolour of James Smart moved in 1994 to PWD/SKATE/01; 7) cutting from The American Gentleman's Newspaper', 1893; 8) cutting from The Spirit of the Times 27.1.?, 'Slaughtering of the skating records'; 9) cutting from The Spirit of the Times, 28.1.1893, various skating reports; 10) cutting from The Spirit of the Times, 2 pages, various skating reports, 4.2.1893Various, printed papers
SKATINGVarious 36PP/SKATE/06.11-1511) 2 x pages from The Spirit of Times, various skating reports, 4.2.1893; 12) Page from The Field, 'Dutch Skaters in England' and 'American amateur skating championships' 4.3.1893; 13)Page from The Field, article about ski racing, 4.3. 1893; 14)Cutting from The Hunts County Guardian, various skating reports, no date; 15) Page from the field, cutting from Bandy, 31.12.1892Various, printed papers
SKATINGVarious 37PP/SKATE/06.16-2016) Cutting from St Neots Advertiser?, 'Bury Fenners in Holland'; 17) 2 x pages from The Spirit of the Times, various skating reports, 17.12.1892; 18) Page from The Daily Graphic, The International Skating Contest at Christiania, Norway, including illustration, 29.2.1892; 19) Cutting from The Evening Edition, New York?, article on famous skating champion Joe Donoghue, 23.1.1891; 20) Page from The Field, various skating reports, 31.12.1892Various, printed papers
SKATINGVarious 38PP/SKATE/06.21-2521) Page from The Wisbech Standard, various skating reports, 30.12.1892; 22) Cutting from 'The Isle of Ely & and Wisbech Advertiser, 'Amateur Skating Contest at Littleport', 4.1.1893; 23) Page from The Wisbech Standard, various skating reports, 6.1.1893; 24) Cutting 'yesterdays skating match'; 25) The Isle of Ely & Wisbech Advertiser, 'professional skating match at Litteport' 29.12.1892Various, printed papers
SKATINGVarious 39PP/SKATE/06.26-3026) Cutting from The Hunts County News, 'Bury Fenners in Holland', 28.1.1893; 27) Cutting from the Cambridge Daily ?, article from the NSA, 30.12.1892; 28) Cutting from the Supplement to the Wisbech Advertiser, various skating reports, 18.1.1893; 29) The Wisbech (Advertiser?), NSA reports, 13.1.1893 30) Cutting from the Supplement to the Wisbech Advertiser, 'Grand Skating Match at Littleport' 4.1.1893Various, printed papers
SKATINGVarious 40PP/SKATE/06.31-3531) Cutting from The Wisbech Standard, poem 'Fenland' by Jack Merrin, either November or December 30th 1892; 32) Cutting from The Ely & Wisbech Advertiser, various skating reports, 11.1.1893; 33) Cutting from the Wisbech Standard, 'Skating at Littleport', 13.1.1893; 34) Copy of Nedelandsche Sport, (in Dutch), 21.1.1893; 35) Pages from the Leeuwarder Courant, 18.1.1893Various, printed papers
SKATINGVarious 41PP/SKATE/06.36-4036) Press cutting, 'Bury Fenners in Holland'; 37) Pages from the Van Donderdag (in Dutch), 12.1.1893; 38) The Sporting Life?, various skating reports, 6.1.1893; 39) Press cutting, 'skating at Hendon', 1893; 40) Cutting from The Sportsman, various skating reports, 2.1.1893Various, printed papers
SKATINGVarious 42PP/SKATE/06.41-4541) Cutting from The Sporting Life, 'Metropolitan Branch of the NSA', 18.1.1893; 42) Cutting from The Sporting Life, 'Skating at the Welsh Harp, Hendon', 12.1.1893; 43) Press cutting 'Amateur Race at Lingay', 31.12.1892; 44) Cutting The Isle of Ely?, 'NSA Metropolitan Branch, James Smart wins a gold badge', 18.1.1893; 45) Cutting form the Sporting Life, Various skating reports, NSA, 31.12.1892Various, printed papers
SKATINGVarious 43PP/SKATE/06.46-5046) Press Cutting, 'International Skating Competition, Minneapolis', 17.1.1893; 47) Cutting from The Wisbech Advertiser, 'NSA The Amateur Championship of Great Britain', 29.12.1892; 48) Cutting from the Sporting Life, weather report and various skating reports, 3.1.1893; 49) Press cutting, 'Skating- Mr A D Smith's Skating Records', 1.4.1893; 50) Cutting from The New York Times, 'The Champion on skates, Joe Donoghue', 27.1.1893Various, printed papers
SKATINGVarious 44PP/SKATE/06.51-5551) Page from The Field, 'Skating, Dutch Skaters in England, 11.2.1893; 52) Cutting from The Sporting Life, various skating reports, 29.12.1892; 53) Cutting from The Daily ?, illustration of 'The International Skating Matches in Holland', 7.1.1893; 54) Cutting from The Sporting Life, various skating reports 3.1.1893; 55) Account written by hand on Wednesday, January 18th on the arrival of the Dutch Skaters in London.Various, printed papers
SKATINGVarious 45PP/SKATE/07This collection originally included paintings and photographs, particularly Charles Whymper's skating sketches. They have been removed to the appropriate parts of our collections. The numbers assigned to the remaining items therefore no longer run consecutively. The collection was originallly labelled "Sketches by C. Whymper sent to C.G. Tebbutt at Bluntisham from C. Whymper April 1917" - this presumbly applies to the sketches only, not to the other items, which look exactly like Tebbutt's other material.Various, printed papers
SKATINGVarious 46PP/SKATE/07.01-051) Dutch Skating Association, Programme and Rules of the International Speed Skating Contests to be held in the Winter of 1886-1887 at Rotterdam; 2) cutting from The Daily Graphic, 11.1.1892, report on international races in Norway with picture "Smart Falls!"; 3) cutting from The Sporting Life, 22.1.1887, report on international skating contests at Slikkerveer near Rotterdam; 4) Dutch hot milk stall on the ice, by Whymper, offprint from Badminton Library "Skating", p. 221; 5) An Artist's Notes in Holland, Supplement to The Graphic, 14.9.1889.Various, printed papers.
SKATINGVarious 47PP/SKATE/07.06-106) cutting from The Field, 1.12.1888, part of article on skating; 7) cutting from The Illustrated Sporting and Dramatic News, 5.2.1887, with Whymper's drawing of CGT at the international races in Holland; 8) pp13-18 of Good Words, no date, with "Winter Life in Holland Drawn with Pen and Pencil" by R.T. Pritchett; 9) advertising leaflet by Colquhoun & Cadman, Skate Manufacturers, with testimonials and "results achieved in 1887 & 1888 with skates of our manufacture", 4pp; 10) identical to 7, but cut down smaller.Various, printed papers.
SKATINGVarious 48PP/SKATE/07.11-1511) cutting from ?The Daily Graphic, with drawings "Amateur Championship Day at the Welsh Harp, Hendon" by Thos Downey, no date; 12) cutting from The Daily Graphic, 31.12.1892, with drawings "On the Ice at Wimbledon"; 13) cutting from The Daily Graphic, 29.2.1892, with drawing of Hagen at the international skating race at Christiania; 14) pp 295-298 of The Boy's Own Paper, no date, with "Skating Part IV - Holland" by C.G. Tebbutt; 15) cutting, source & date unknown, with drawing of international races at Rotterdam by Whymper.Newspaper pages & cuttings.
SKATINGVarious 49PP/SKATE/07.16-1916) cutting from ?The Daily Graphic, 1893, with drawing of international skating races in Holland by A.S. Hartrick; 17) page from The Daily Graphic, 26.1.1892, with drawing and article re ski jumping in Norway, refs to James Smart & C.G. Tebbutt; 18) cutting from The Daily Graphic, 19.1.1892, with drawings and brief article on skating in North Holland; 19) cutting from Hunts County News, 5.3.1887, with "How the Welney Skaters won at Slikkerveer" by Neville Goodman.Newspaper pages & cuttings.
SKATINGVarious 50PP/SKATE/07.20-2320) page from The Illustrated London News, 24.3.1888, with Whymper's drawings of the international skating meeting at Amsterdam; 21) offprint of drawings of Joseph Donoghue skating, from the Badminton Library "Skating", p. 312; 22) cutting with Whymper's drawing of C.G. Tebbutt, as 7 & 10; 23) pp 251-6 of unknown periodical, c. 1893, .with "Ice Hockey" by Beverley BogertVarious, printed papers.
SKATINGVarious 51PP/SKATE/08.01-051)Bury Fen Bandy Club Rules of Play, Jan 1892; 2) Bury Fen Bandy Club Rules of Play, Jan 1892 & revised 25.11.1895; 3)Bury Fen Bandy Club Rules of Play, Jan 1882; 4)Large sketch of a design for an ice-skate; 5)Cutting from The Sportsman, NSA Metropolitan Amateur championship, 19.2.1902Various, printed papers
SKATINGVarious 52PP/SKATE/08.06-106)Cutting from The Sportsman?, skating at Niagra, 1902; 7)Article by Charles Ibberson, A Run in the Rain, 31.12.1901, Bracondale, Hunstanton; 8)Letter to C G Tebbutt, 'Nederlandsche Schaatsenrijders Bond' headed paper, 6.1.1893; 9)Cutting 'Skating', about Harold hagen, the Norwegian gate-money skater; 10)Letter to C G Tebbutt from Viktor Salek, 'Stockholms Allmanna Skridskoklubb' headed paper, 1.4.1893Various, printed papers
SKATINGVarious 53PP/SKATE/08.11-1511)Cutting from The Field, 'The Tebbutt Bandy cup' 22.2.1902; 12)Letter from Mr VanMelomey to C G Tebbutt, St Neots, Hunts, thanking Tebbutt for inspiring his group to set up a Heerveensch Bandy Club, 2.3.1893; 13)Advertisement for Littleport Skating Matches 30.12.1892; 14)Bandy Rules of Play as adopted by the St Moritz Bandy Club winter season 1902-1903; 15)Page from The Queen, The Lady's Newspaper, 'Ice Sports in Friesland' 30.1.1897Various, printed papers
SKATINGVarious 54PP/SKATE/08.16-2016)International Sport Exhibition Program for the International Skating Congress in Scheveningen near the Hague 22nd-25th July 1892- separate headed paper with doodles on it headed as 'fishing and horseshow, 23.7.1892; 17)Dutch Skating Association, rules of the International Speed Skating Meeting to be held at Groningen on 11.1.1893; 18)Pages from the Leeuwarder Courant 19.1.1897; 19)Pages from the Leeuwarder Courant 26.1.1897; 20)Pages from the Leeuwarder Courant 19.1.1897Various, printed papers
SKATINGVarious 55PP/SKATE/08.21-2521) Pages from the Leeuwarder Courant 1.2.1897; 22)Pages from the Leeuwarder Courant 18.1.1897; 23)Report out of The Field, 'an Englishman in Friesland, 2.3.1895; 24)Bill for food and drink from the Hotel Keizerskroon 25-26.1.1897; 25)Telegram from C G Tebbutt informing when he will arrive 25.1.1897Various, printed papers
SKATINGVarious 56PP/SKATE/08.26-3026)Telegram from C G Tebbutt; 27)postcard from Hoven's Hotel, De Doelen, Leeuwarden with Tebbutts writing on back; 28) Letter to C G Tebbutt, stamped St Neots 1897; 29) Telegram to/from Tebbutt in Leeuwarden, 'Bluntisham, 1853- Bury will keep good if frost continues'; 30) Illustrated catalogue for 'De Multiplex-Schatts Comp', Groningen, Holland, advertising 'The multiplex skate with strap fastening and written in both Dutch and English.Various, printed papers
SKATINGVarious 57PP/SKATE/08.31-3531) Press cutting, 'Skating Fixtures', 9.1.1897; 32) Bill/Reciept from the Hotel Bontakoe, Groote Markt-Meppel for food and beverage; 33) page from The Field, various skating reports, 30.1.1897; 34) Cutting from The Field, 'Skating in the Engadine' and 'Figure Dkating Competition at Davos for the Callenge Bowl', 16.1.1897; 35) Complete Davos Courier, page 7 article by C G Tebbutt, 'Impressions of the Speed Skating' - also handwritten x 2 pages of figures and notes in Dutch with a pencil illustration of the Skate course at DavosVarious, printed papers
SKATINGVarious 58PP/SKATE/08.36-3936) Letter to C G Tebbutt, discussing Great Northern Railway's request for £1 3. 9. as contribution for carriage; 37) Letter to Mr William B Curtis from Eugene B. Cook (76, Hudson Street, Hoboken, New-Jersey) listing a bibliography of skating articles and books. Includes a press clipping stapled to the back advertising Merwin, Hulbert & Co's 'New Patent Forbes Skate', 28.12.1897; 38) Handwritten bibliography of Skating literature entitled the 'American List' . The author has recorded whether the publications have been seen; 39) Business card for J Warner, captain and president (wrapped in another piece of paper with a hand written note.Various, printed papers
SKATINGVarious 59PP/SKATE/09.01-051) Cutting from the Westminster Gazette, 'A Fenland Carnival' by E M Goodman, Jan 1908; 2) Cutting from The Field, 'Amateur Championships of the World', 15.2.1896; 3) Cutting from The Field, 'skating early in the century', 'continuous figure skating' and 'Bandy or Ice Hockey', 31.1.1891; 4) Cutting from the Sunday Times, 'Rink Ice Hockey', 12.1.1933- attached to a sheet of Hotel notepaper, The Grand Hotel, Mount Gurnigel, Benese, Oberland; 5) Post card from Nina ? To C G Tebbutt detailing race between Hagen and Axel Paulsen- also discussing the dangers of skiing.Various, printed papers
SKATINGVarious 60PP/SKATE/09.06-106) Cutting 'The International Skating Match', by Neville Goodman; 7) Press Cutting, various skating reports, 11.1.1899; 8) Cutting from The Field, 'Bandy', 2.2.1895; 09) Page from The Field, various NSA reports, 2.2.1895; 10) Cutting from The Sporting Life, 'The International Skating Contests at Amsterdam', 10.1.?Various, printed papers
SKATINGVarious 61PP/SKATE/09.11-1511) Press cutting, 'The International Skating Contests at Amsterdam', 3.1.?; 12) Programme for Littleport Skating Club, 15.2.1895; 13) Cutting from The Hunts County News, 'A skating trip to Holland- how Smart won the championship', by Tebbutt, 3.1.1891; 14) Cutting from The Sporting Life?, 'The International skating contests at Amsterdam', 8.1.1889; 15) Press cutting, 'Bandy, Tebbutt family v Mr Blackett's six, Jan 1895Various, printed papers
SKATINGVarious 62PP/SKATE/09.16-2016) Press Cutting, 'Skating Festival at Bluntisham', 1897; 17) Cutting Huntingdonshire Post, 'Bluntisham Ice Carnival', Feb 1823; 18) Programme for Littlepost Skating Matches 'all races will be run by Time Test', no date; 19) Press cutting describing medal presented to J F Donoghue, 1891, the chapion of the world; 20) Cutting from the Hunts County News, 'Bluntisham Ice Carnival', Feb 1895Various, printed papers
SKATINGVarious 63PP/SKATE/09.21-2521) Press cutting, 'Bandy Matches'; 22) Extract from The Field, '100 Miles Skate at Zwickau, Saxony', 11.2.1885; 23) Press cutting, no details, various skating reports; 24) Press cutting, 'The international speed skating meeting at Heereveen, Friesland', 17.12.?; 25) Press Cutting, 'Skating in Holland' & 'Skating at Tottenham', 7.1.?Various, printed papers
SKATINGVarious 64PP/SKATE/09.26-3026) Press cutting, 'The Open Championship' and 'Skating in the Lincolshire Fens', no date; 27) NSA 'Dinner at the Prince of Wales Hotel, Cambridge' announcement card, 24.12.1890; 28) Cutting from the Sporting Life, 'America's flying skater, Joseph F Donoghue' (includes illustration), 10.1.1891; 29) Cutting from The Sporting life, 'The International skating contests at Rotterdam, 24.1.?; 30) Press Cutting, 'The International Skating Championships', no datesVarious, printed papers
SKATINGVarious 65PP/SKATE/09.31-3531) NSA programme for The Championship Race, 3.1.1887; 32) Cutting from the Hunts County News, 'Earith, the ice', 16.2.1896; 33) 2 x press cuttings, 'Three more days, by C Ibberson, A Skating Record', 19.2 1895 and an untitled cutting; 34) Cutting from The Norfolk and Cambridge Constitutional Gazette - although labelled in hand written ink, The Lynn Advertiser, 'Magdalen, skating', 16.2.1895; 35) Cutting from The Hunts County News, 'Bury Fen Bandy Team in Holland' and 'The Disputed skating Championship', 1891?Various, printed papers
SKATINGVarious 66PP/SKATE/09.36-4036) Advertisement for Littleport Skating Matches, 28.12.1892; 37) Pen and ink image from 'The Daily Graphic' of The Bury Fen Bandy Team, 7.2.1891; 38) Cutting from the Hunts and Cambs Observer, 'Skating Festival at Bluntisham', 11.3.1891; 39) Bury Fen Bandy Club Rules of Play, January 1892; 40) Officieel Programma for the Internationale Hardrijderij Op Schaatsen, 28.2.1888Various, printed papers
SKATINGVarious 67PP/SKATE/09.41-4541) Cutting from The Sporting Life, 'International Skating Contests Slikkerveer near Rotterdam', no date; 42) Amsterdamsche Sport-club officieel programma for the Internationale Hardryderij op Schaatsen, 8.1.1889; 43) the same as 42; 44) Press cutting, various skating reports, no dates; 45) Cutting from The Hunts County News, 'How the Welney skaters won at Slikkerveer', 5.3.1887.Various, printed papers
SKATINGVarious 68PP/SKATE/09.46-5046) Cutting from the Illustrated Sporting and Dramatic News, illustration of The international skating contest in Holland, 5.2.1887; 47) Press cutting, Skating in Amsterdam (in German); 48) Cutting from The Hunts County News?, 'Skating in Holland', Jan 1889; 49) Press cutting with illustration of C G Tebbutt (no date); 50) Cutting from The Times, 'Skating in Holland- The expedition of the eleven towns'/, 6.2.1917.Various printed papers
SKATINGVarious 69PP/SKATE/09.51-5551) Cutting from The Cambridge Independent, 'Skating in the Fens, Bluntisham', 28.12.1878; 52) Letter from James Smart (presumably to Tebbutt)- saying that he is in good health and should be ready for skating this winter; 53) Cutting from The Hunts County Guardian?, 'Skating in Holland', 19.?.1889; 54) Press cutting, 'Barney Hyams and Jack Passsfield- decisive victory of Hyams', 6.?. 1891; 55) Press Cutting, 'NSA - Ice, Fog, Rain and Thaw, The rinks on the ponds breaking up'Various, printed papers
SKATINGVarious 70PP/SKATE/09.56-6056) Bury Fen Bandy Club Rules of Play, January 1892; 57) Cutting from The Press and News, 'Pictures of the Week'- photographs of skating in Victorian days, 30.12.1927; 58) Copy of a letter written by Mrs Curtis to CG Tebbutt on 16.7.1888, re-drafted by Tebutt on 27.7.1888 - shows speed times of Goodman and Curtis and includes newspaper cutting 'Good Sport in Holland' & second letter to 'Charlie' from Neville Goodman and CG Tebbutt returning papers 25.8.1888; 59) Covering letter to C G Tebbutt from his brother Louis Tebbutt and attached account of his recent skating trip to Germany, 5.2.1885; 60) Press cutting 'NSA- Great Open Meeting at Hendon'Various printed papers
SKATINGVarious 71PP/SKATE/09.61-6561) Invitation from The Committee of the Northern Games inviting recipient to take part in the Northern Games in Stockholm 1913 and in The Bandy Competitions which take place in connection of the games, 15.12.1912; 62) 3 typed sheets by C G Tebbutt of article taken from the Cambridge Independent Press, possibly written by Louis Tebbutt (his brother); 63) Pencil notes in Tebbutt's hand - bibliography of skating publications; 64) Letter appealing for funds to send James Smart and another into training written by C G Tebbutt; 65) Bibliography of Skating publications and press cuttings (presumably held by Tebbutt) 1820-1897Various printed papers
SKATINGVarious 72PP/SKATE/09.66-6866) Note from William to Mr Goodman Tebbutt? Thanking him for the book that has been sent to him; 67) Letter from James Smart thanking the sender (C G Tebbutt?) for the letter the recipient sent to Mr Milford on Smart's behalf. In it James thanks them for their kind offer, but says that he needs to stay with his father; 68) Paper headed with 'C G Tebbutt' patentee of Tebbutt's Safety Bricks, Dashwood House, 9, New Broad Street, London' - information recorded on it appears to be James Smart's height, weight and DOB, 31.8.1888Various printed papers
SKATINGVarious 73PP/SKATE/12.01-051) advertising leaflet by Colquhoun & Cadman, skate manufacturers, with ref to gold medal awarded at Cologne Sporting Exhibition, 1889, 4pp; 2) leaflet on NSA St Ives Branch Standard Skates, "None but those bearing these marks are genuine", 1882; 3) similar leaflet, undated, with numerous MS amendments; 4) Officieel Programma Nederlansch Schaatsenrijders-Bond Hardrijderij te Slikkerveer, 19 Januari 1887, MS annotations; 5) NSA programme for Three Mile Championship Meeting, Lingay Fen, January 17th, 1887.Various printed papers.
SKATINGVarious 74PP/SKATE/12.06-116) NSA programme for Championship Meeting, Swavesey, January 3rd, 1887; 7) NSA programme for Amateur Championship Meeting, Spalding, Jan. 1, 1887; 8) programme for Skating Festival at Bluntisham, 5.3.1891; 9) poster for ditto, 1.3.1887; 10) poster for ditto, 5.3.1891; 11) identical to 8 with printed addition: "A special late train will leave Bluntisham for St Ives at 9-15 p.m.Various printed papers.
SKATINGVarious 75PP/SKATE/13.01-051) Orabladet newspaper cutting, article on James Smart, 8.12.1891; 2)Letter by C G Tebbutt re Smart Training Fund; 3) Programme & rules of international Speed Skating, Dutch Skating Association, Meeting at Groningin, 14.6.1892; 4) The Field, 'NSA Amateur International Race', 30.1.1892; 5) The Field, 'Letter from Tebbutt re amateur championship of the world', 14.5.1892Various printed papers
SKATINGVarious 76PP/SKATE/13.06-106) Daily Independent Press, 'Smart's Visit to Norway: A Chat with one of his trainers', 16.1.1892; 7) Ink sketch by Harato Hagen; 8) Unknown cutting re C G Tebbutt at International Contests at Amsterdam; 9) Programme and rules of International Speed Skating, Dutch Skating Association, Groningen, 14.1.1892 (as 3); 10) The Field, 'Skating in Norway: Hagen v Smart', 2.1.1892Various printed papers
SKATINGVarious 77PP/SKATE/13.11-1511) The Field, 'Hamburg Amateur Skating Meetings', 31.1.1891; 12) The Sporting Life, preview of Hagen v Smart, 1.1.1892; 13) Norsk Idraetsblad, feature on Hagen with picture, 21.11.1891; 14) Norsk Idraetsblad, plan of course, 31.12.1891; 15) Norsk Idraetsblad, feature on Axel Paulsen, 7.11.1891Various printed papers
SKATINGVarious 78PP/SKATE/13.16-2016) Norsk Idraetsblad, Hagen v Smart, 23.1.1892; 17) Norsk Idraetsblad, feature on James Smart with pictures; 18) The Daily Graphic, , picture of winter sport in Norway: hunting on skis, 2.2.1892; 19) Morgenbladet, 28.12.1891; 20) The Sporting Life, report on last of Smart v Hagen matches, 9.1.1892Various printed papers
SKATINGVarious 79PP/SKATE/13.21-2621) The Daily Graphic, picture of Norwegian ski jumping match, 26.1.1892; 22) the Daily Graphic, report of arrival of Smart in Norway, 11.1.1892; 23) Report by C G Tebbutt an A Harold Ruston on Smart's performances in Norway- in connection with Smart's Training Fund; 24) Peterborough Standard, Review of C G Tebbutt and J M Heathcote's book on skatin in Badminton library; 25) Letter from Tebbutt to the editor of The Field, 'Training for English Skaters'; 26) Article by Tebbutt, 'Skationg Race between Smart and See, no date or provenanceVarious printed papers
SKATINGVarious 80PP/SKATE/14Catalogues and related material concerning ice skates: a catalogue, date unknown, of Robert Sorby & Sons Ltd, Kangaroo Works, Sheffield, including some skates (pp. 52-3); some photocopies of pages from another Sorby catalogue showing skates - a letter from John Wilson Marsden Bros & Co. to Mrs Lorna Delanoy mentions the loan of a 1907 Sorby catalogue, so these pages presumably come from that; a 1980 one-page leaflet on John Wilson blades, to which the letter also refers; a letter to Mrs Delanoy from MK Skates Ltd and three of the firm's leaflets - "Choosing the best blades", "A Newcomer to Ice Skating" and "MK ice skates the choice of world champions etc."Various printed papers
SKATINGVarious 81PP/SKATE/12.12-1512) photograph of Oslo Fiord, The Times, Friday April 12th 1940, Handwritten note by Tebbutt claiming to be first Englishman to use Ski Jump in 1892; 13) cutting from the Sunday Times, 'Rink Ice Hockey', 29.1.33; 14) cutting from The Isle of Ely & Wisbech Advertiser, 'Skating in Holland', 29.1.1941; 15) Exercise book in Tebbutt's hand with family details & random reminicences - presumably written towards end of his lifeVarious printed papers
SKATINGVarious 82PP/SKATE/11.01-05Cuttings from scrapbook by C. G Tebbutt - Skating home and abroad - 1) Illustration by L. News, 2.1.1847, man in top hat skating; 2) Cutting from …Independent Press, 'skating in the Fens, Ely Champion Skating Match' and various other reports, 7.1.1871; 3) Cutting, 'Skating in the Fens, Bluntisham, Ely, Welney, Earith', date 28.12.1879 written above article 4) Article describing how it is 4 years since any significant skating has taken place because of the lack of hard frost, 1875; 5) continuation of 04Various printed papers
SKATINGVarious 83PP/SKATE/11.06-106) List of Bluntisham under 16 skaters (boys) and description in Tebbutt's hand, 1875; 7) Cutting, headed '£10 Skating Match', 18.12.1878; 8) Cutting, skating matches in Chatteris and on Upwell river, no date; 9) Cutting, 'skating in the Fens, Waterbeach', no date; 10) cutting, Fen skaters at Shouldham Fen and match upon the wahses near Twenty-pence Ferry, Cottenham, November 1878Various printed papers
SKATINGVarious 84PP/SKATE/11.11-1511) Newspaper cutting, '20 miles on Skates', 19.12.1878; 12) Newspaper cutting, 'Skating in the Fens', January 1879; 13) Newspaper cutting, 'Skating in the Fens, March' and 'One hundred Feet Bank' , no date, but presumably 1879; 14) Newspaper cutting, 'Skating in the Fens, Championship match at Ely', 18.1.1879; 15) Bill from The Royal Hotel, Wisbech, Saturday 26.12.1879Various printed papers
SKATINGVarious 85PP/SKATE/11.16-2016) NSA, est 1.3.1879 - list of members and donors; 17) Cutting from The Sportsman, 'Skating and Skaters', 18.1.1879; 18) Cutting from The Field, 'Fen Skating', 31.1.1880; 19) Newspaper Cutting, 'NSA Meeting at Norwich', 6.12.1880; 20) presumably a continuation of 19.Various printed papers
SKATINGVarious 86PP/SKATE/11.21-2521) Cutting about Mr Digby, secretary to the NSA, fined for keeping a ferocious dog, 20.8.1881; 22) NSA report of the second annual meeting, 14.10.1881; 23) NSA, note from the Norfolk branch about cancellation of the great skating matches on Wroxham Broad, 19.1.1881; 24) Cutting detailing the record skating times; 25) Pamphlet, '100 Miles Skate at Zwickau, Saxony', by Louis Tebbutt, 11.2.1885.Various printed papers
SKATINGVarious 87PP/SKATE/11.26-3026) Eerste Internationale Wedstrijd op Schaatsen, op de Groote Wielen bij Leenwarden; 27) Skating programme 'Internationales Preis Schlittschuhlaufen, Hamburg', 17 & 18.1.1885; 28) Newspaper cutting about the skaters belt invented by Mr Comrie - made of hemp for men and silk for ladies- one of the ends has a leaden weight for throwing and the other a wooden knob for retaining in the hand- in case of accident the wearer has quick way of giving assistance to person in danger (fallen through ice); 29) NSA programme for Speed Skating Championship at Lingay Fen, 11.1.1886; 30) Cutting from the Field, 'Skating Races - Subscriptions v Gate Money', 26.11.1887.Various printed papers
SKATINGVarious 88PP/SKATE/11.31-3531) Cutting from The Field, 'Skating Races - Time v Tape', 19.11.1887; 32) Cutting from The Field, 'The Course', 12.11.1887; 33) Cutting from The Field, '3 Miles Championship' and 'Ten Miles Professional Championship', 22.1.1887; 34) Cutting from The Field, 'International Amateur Skating Championship Races at Slikkerveer, near Rotterdam', 22.1.1887; 35) Cutting from The Field, 'International Skating Contests Slikkerveer, The Amateur Championship, Victory of an Englishman' 22.?(presumably Jan). 1887Various Printed Papers
SKATINGVarious 89PP/SKATE/11.36-4036a) Cutting from The Sporting Life, 'International Skating contests at Rotterdam', 24.1.?; 36b) Cutting 'International Skating Contests- Reuters', 1887; 37) Cutting 'International Skating Matches near Rotterdam', 19.1.1887; 38) Cutting from The Sporting Life, 'NSA Amateur Skating Championship, defeat of the amateur champion', Jan, 1887; 39) Cutting 'Skating Competition in Holland', no date; 40) Cutting 'The Skating Contests' and 'Safety of Dr Holub', no date.Various Printed Papers
SKATINGVarious 90PP/SKATE/11.41-4541) Cutting, 'The International Skating Contest', 1887; 42) Cutting from The Standard, 'Skating Contests, The Hague, Wednesday night', 17.2.1887; 43) Cutting from The Hunts County News, 'Skating Festival at Bluntisham', 5.3.1887; 44) cutting criticising the NSA, 2.1.1887; 45) Cutting about the Skating Festival at Blunisham, 3.3.1887Various Printed Papers
SKATINGVarious 91PP/SKATE/11.46-5046) Cutting from The Echo about the Manhattan Athletic Club, New York, Feb 1887; 47) Cutting about the Jack Frost winning the Yachting Championship of America, 26.2.1887; 48) Cutting from The Hunts County News, 'How the Welney Skaters won at Slikkerveer', 5.3.1887; 49) Cutting from The Spirit of the Times, 'Speed Skating in Holland', 10.12.1887; 50) Cutting showing fixture list for 1888 Curling, 31.12.1887Various Printed Papers
SKATINGVarious 92PP/SKATE/11.51-5551) Cutting from The American Gentleman's Newspaper, 'The Skating Register', 'The Time System', 'The Canadian Amateur Skating Association', 1887; 52) Cutting from The Spirit of the Times, 'Skating, McCormick beats the world's record', 1887; 53) Cutting from The American Gentleman's Newspaper, 'Skating - Canadian Figure Skating', 'The Skating Register' and 'The Amateur Championship Meeting', 3.12.1887; 54) Cutting from German Newspaper; 55) Photograph from Wassersport, of Charles Goodman TebbuttVarious Printed Papers
SKATINGVarious 93PP/SKATE/11.56-6056) Dutch Skating Association programme and rules of the International Speed Skating Contests in Rotterdam, November 1886, in English; 57) Vereeniging De Ijsclub te Leenwarden, programma der Wedstrijden op Schaatsen, 22.1.1887; 58) NSA, Report May 1887; 59) Cutting from The Nederlandsche Sport, in Dutch, 'Protest', 22.1.1887; 60) Dutch Skating Association, Program and Rules in English, Amsterdam, December 1887.Various Printed Papers
SKATINGVarious 94PP/SKATE/11.61-6561) Programme for Annual Championships of the National Amateur Skating Association, 20,21,24.1.1888; 62) Cutting about the Amateur Skating Association of Canada, Nov 1887; 63) Cutting in German or Dutch, 21.1.1888; 64) What seems to be a hand written translation in Tebbutt's hand of 63 - describes the cry 'The Englishmen are coming', 21.1.1888; 65) German or Dutch cutting, 21.1.1888Various Printed Papers
SKATINGVarious 95PP/SKATE/11.66-7066) German or Dutch cutting, 21.1.1888 (presumably linked to 63-66); 67) German or Dutch cutting, 23.1.1888 (presumably linked to 63-66); 68) Cutting, 'Dutch Skating Association', 'The Skating Register' and 'An Unsuccessful trip', 7.1.1888; 69) Cutting from The American Gentleman's Newspaper (with The Sprit of the Times handwritten next to title), 'The Amateur Championships', 'Skating Disappointments'; 70) Cutting from The Sporting Life, 'Skating in America- Tim Donohue winning the quarter mile skating championship', 26.1.1888Various Printed Papers
SKATINGVarious 96PP/SKATE/11.71-7571) Illustration and text from Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, 'Our Famous American Skaters', 28.1.1888; 72) Cutting, 'The New York Yacht Club', 'international Bowling Club, Prague', 'Frankfort (Prussia) Skating Club', 'Berlin (Prussia) Skating Association', 11.2.?; 73) Cutting from The Spirit of the Times, 'A Chance for Expert Amateurs'; 'Races at Vienna, Austria', 'The Championship Meeting', 4.2.1888; 74) Cutting about 'The Canadian Championships', says Feb 1887 (should it be 1888?); 75) Cutting from The Spirit of the Times, 'Ice-Yachting', 11.2.88.Various Printed Papers
SKATINGVarious 97PP/SKATE/11.76-8076) Cutting detailing skating fixtures and 'The Amateur Championship Meeting', 1888; 77) Officieel Programma Internationale Hardrijderij op Schaatsen, Meesterschap van Amsterdam voor Amateurs, 25.2.1888; 78) Amsterdamsche sport club officieel programma for the internationale Hardrijderij op Schaatsen, Meesterschap van Amsterdam voor Professionals, 28.2.1888; 79) Amsterdamsche Ijsclub Lijst for the Hardrijderij op Schaatsen, 27.2.1888; 80) Cutting from The American Gentleman's Newspaper, 'Notes from England and Holland', 'The figure skating championships od Canada', 'At Copenhagen, Denmark', 'At Hamburg, Germany', 8.3.1888Various Printed Papers
SKATINGVarious 98PP/SKATE/11.81-8581) cutting with a letter to the Editor of the Cambridge Independent Press from Neville Goodman, 'The International Skating Championship at Amsterdam', no date; 82a) Cutting from The Sporting Life, 'NSA - The two miles international professsional championship race', 29.2.1888; 82b) Cutting about 'International Skating at Amsterdam', with one article by Neville Goodman and a second article by C G Tebbutt; 83) Cutting, article by Neville Goodman 'Sports and Pastimes: Skating in Holland, The Professional International Race won by Englishman', no date; 84) Cutting about the English skaters at the great International Match at Amsterdam (James Smart); 85) continuation of 84.Various Printed Papers
SKATINGVarious 99PP/SKATE/11.86-9086) Page from the Nederlandsche Sport, with illustration of George H Jurrjens, no date; 87) Skating speed times written by hand in ink on headed paper from the 'Bible Hotel, Amsterdam'; 88) Illustration from German newspaper showing Neville Goodman inset and two skaters racing. Described as James Smart in his race 28th Feb 1888, although comment in Tebbutt's hand suggest that illustration is of another race, 4.3.1888; 89) Cutting from The Field, 'Pastimes, The Norwegian Ski' and 'Skating at Christiania - 10 mile Championship Race, 24.3.1888; 90) Cutting from The Field, 'International Speed Skating', 1.12.1888.Various printed papers
SOUTH MIDLANDS, or LEICESTER, NORTHAMPTON, etc30th July 1846SAVNM2013.20.597HuntingdonLetter in the form of an advertisement from the "SOUTH MIDLANDS, or LEICESTER, NORTHAMPTON, & HUNTINGDON RAILWAY" to the public.25 x 20mm single sheet of blue paper with black printing on one side. Small hole in middle of third paragraph with creasing at left top & Colouration round edges with small nicks and tears.
SOWER1897SAVNM2013.20.910Great GransdenItems: "The Sanctuary of God at Great Gransden"; page six has a monochrome photograph of the Great Gransden Chapel; page seven a head & shoulders portrait of Mrs. Ann Dutton; page eight had an article of unknown content now destroyed.24 x 35mm, eight pages of white paper (now discoloured with age).
SQUIRE, Thomas(1833)SAVNM2013.20.867EarithA Short Account of he Last Illness of Thomas Squire, Son Of Lovell and Sarah Squire, of Earith, Who died 19th of 11th month, 1833, aged 19 years, 7 months.St Ives, Gardner, (1833). 8pp, 155 x 100mm.
ST IVES1913PP/Sales/S.IVE/1913St IvesSee PH/Sales/HUNTS/1913 - includes pasture in Somersham Road, St Ives.
ST IVES ANGLING SOCIETY1898PP/S.IVE/06St IvesSt Ives Angling Society Annual Dinner. Public Institution, on Wednesday, 20th April, 1898. Toast List.180 x 120mm, cut down from a larger sheet.
ST IVES GRAMMAR SCHOOL1897PP/S.IVE/05St IvesSt Ives School, Hunts. Distribution of Prizes on Friday, Dec. 3rd, 1897, at 2.30 p.m. by the Hon. A.E. Fellowes M.P. {Programme, with press cuttings]. Imprint "St Ives, J.G. Clarke, 1897".4pp, 180 x 130mm, cut down from larger sheets.
ST IVES HEARTS OF OAK MEDICAL AGENCYNo dateSt IvesSee NORTH HUNTS CONSTITUTIONAL CLUB, 1896-97 (PP/S.IVE/04).
ST IVES METHODIST CHURCH1955SAVNM2013.20.26St IvesFour page pamphlet addressed to "All Friends of the St Ives Methodist Church". Included is a photograph of the Methodist Church and a brief history. Also included on the back page is a list of up coming events starting in May 1955.Paper, 215 x 290mm
ST IVES TOWN COUNCIL[1922]SAVNM2013.20.4St IvesSt Ives, Hunts: The official Guide of the Town Council published by Ed J Burrow and Co. Ltd, Cheltenham. Includes historical notes, advertisements and photographs of the chapel and bridge, parish church, Cromwell statue, Market Place, 'Portobello: a charming bend of the Ouse', view from the How looking towards the church and mills, and the entrance to the Thicket.Booklet, 36 pp, 112 x 151 mm
ST IVES TOWN COUNCIL[1927]SAVNM2013.20.2St IvesSt Ives, Hunts: The official Guide of the Town Council published by Ed J Burrow and Co. Ltd, Cheltenham. Includes historical notes, advertisements and photographs of the chapel and bridge, parish church, Cromwell statue, Market Place, 'Portobello: a charming bend of the Ouse', view from the How looking towards the church and mills, and the entrance to the Thicket.Booklet, 38 pp, 120 x 155 mm
ST IVES TOWN COUNCIL[1930]SAVNM2013.20.3St IvesSt Ives, Hunts: The official Guide of the Town Council published by Ed J Burrow and Co. Ltd, Cheltenham. Includes historical notes, advertisements and photographs of the chapel and bridge, parish church, Cromwell statue, Market Place, 'Portobello: a charming bend of the Ouse', view from the How looking towards the church and mills, and the entrance to the Thicket.Booklet, 38 pp, 120 x 155 mm
ST IVES TOWN COUNCIL1920SAVNM2013.20.18St IvesSt Ives Hunts: Reserved seat ticket to the unveiling of the St Ives War Memorial. Thursday November 11th, 1920, at 12 o,clock noon. Reserve seat in block C. Printed by Parker, St Ives.Printed card, 1pp, 75 x 115mm
ST IVES TOWN COUNCIL1920/30SAVNM2013.20.6St IvesSt Ives Hunts: Pamphlet advertising the Golden Lion Hotel, Market Hill published by Ed J Burrow and Co Ltd. Pamphlet contains photographs of the interior and a view of St Ives. Also included is the hotel tariff and a brief description of St Ives, plus various adverts for other businesses.Booklet, 24 pp, 117 x 158 mm
ST IVES TOWN COUNCIL1930SAVNM2013.20.5St IvesSt Ives, Hunts: The official Guide of the Town Council published by Ed J Burrow and Co. Ltd, Cheltenham. Includes historical notes, advertisements and photographs of the chapel and bridge, parish church, Cromwell statue, Market Place, 'Portobello: a charming bend of the Ouse', view from the How looking towards the church and mills, and the entrance to the Thicket.Booklet, 38 pp, 120 x 155 mm
ST IVES TOWN COUNCIL2002SAVNM2013.20.52St IvesPamphlet for a civic service held on Sunday 23rd June 2002, at All Saints Parish Church, St Ives, at the invitation of the town mayor, councillor Ian Dobson.150 x 210mm
ST NEOTS BAPTIST CHURCH1873SAVNM2013.20.213St NeotsOpening Services in connection with East Street Baptist Chapel - also service at the Wesleyan chapel; sale of useful and fancy articles in the Corn Exchange organised by Mr C H Spurgeon; followed by a public tea at the Corn Exchange; Two Sermons to be preached on 5.10 in the New Chapel by Mr G Rogers; and on 12.10 by J S Wyard - collection made in aid of the building fundpaper, 201mm x 127mm
ST NEOTS BAPTIST CHURCH1876SAVNM2013.20.214St NeotsA Declaration of the Faith and Practice of the Particular Baptist Church of Christ at Saint Neots, Hunts under the pastoral care of Richard Baxpamphlet, 182mm x 124mm
ST NEOTS BAPTIST CHURCH1877SAVNM2013.20.215St Neots
Standen1943SAVNM2013.3eSt IvesManufacturer's licence 1943 for F.A Standen & Sons 'to carry on subject to the conditions set out below the business of a manufacturer of farm machinery at the premises known as: 1. "Stanpoint" Works,m St Audrey's Road, St Ives, Hunts, 2. "Hereward Works" Lyn Road, Ely, Cambs. In witness whereof the Official Seal of the Minister of Agriculture and Fisheries in here unto afficed this 5th day of August, 1943. Stamped 33b top right hand cornerPaper mounted onto card, 319 x 270 mm
STRAKER BROTHERS LTD, 44-47 BISHOPSGATE WITHOUT E.14/11/1899SAVNM2013.20.537HuntingdonShare prospectus for the company of Harvey & Williams Ltd , engineers of London, Huntingdon &Wigan. Shares to be opened on Tuesday the 14th day of November , and closed on Wednesday the 15th day of November ,1899.The prospectus is a bundle of six documents: the prospectus its self-consisting of six pages, printed on both sides and folded in half vertically measuring 33 x 42 mm: with a 9mm wear tear up the vertical fold from the bottom. An information sheet for a "Star Drill Forging Machine" on beige coloured paper + two share application forms one printed on beige paper at 4.5% the other printed on pink paper for 6%; both measuring 32 x 21 mm, last three documents in mint condition.
T.F.FOWLER Esq,. SOLICITOR. HUNTINGDONTuesday 3rd July 1906SAVNM2013.20.640Huntingdon"THE BIRTHPLACE OF THE PROTECTOR, OLIVER CROMWLL' ' CROMWELL HOUSE, Huntingdon"28 x 44 mm, white card cover front and back with red floral boarder along the top and a pictuer of Oliver Cromwell in center with one red suns on each side and Cromwell House in red. To the right of the pictuer written in black ink and circuled the no. 375. Inside ten glossy white page printed in black and red with three photographs of the house and garden.
TEBBUTT, C.G.VariousPP/SKATE/11Skating at Home & Abroad (scrap book of newspaper cuttings, programmes etc.)Notebook with items pasted in or loose, 370 x 240mm, binding damaged.
TEMPLE1883PP/HUNTS/01HuntsThe Illustrated Sporting and Dramatic News, October 20, 1883. - 141. Fishing on the Ouse at Huntingdon. Huntingdon Bridge, The Towing Path Looking Towards Houghton, Head of the Whale, Houghton Back Gates Overflow. (Full page illustration with five drawings of fishermen at the scenes described in the captions, also one at Hartford without a caption; vignette of caught fish at bottom right).410 x 290mm, p. 141 of the Illustrated Sporting & Dramatic News.
THE ANTIQUARIAN ITINERARY1815SAVNM2013.20.895BuckdenA description of Bugden, or Buckden, Huntingdonshire with copy of engraving showing church and Bishops Palace. Notes the location, describes the episcopal palace belonging to the see of Lincoln, brief description of the church "one of the handsomest in the kingdom", and notes that a number of gentlemen (eg. Launcelot Brown Esq., J. Duberley Esq.) have their seats in the area "extremely pleasant, though not picturesque".Pamphlet 170mm x 110mm, 4pp, illus. Fragile condition.
THE COUNTY SURVEYOR1942SAVNM2013.20.103EarithMap of 'The Bulwark Fort' near Earith, built by Cromwell in the Civil War to defend Huntingdonshire against the King.Map, 568mm x 577mm
THE CROMWELL ASSOCIATION1946SAVNM2013.20.111aMinutes and report of the Cromwell Association on 13th March 1946 in the Meston Room of the National Liberal Club, Whitehall Place - copy of SAVNM2012.20.111breport, 260mm x 207mm
THE CROMWELL ASSOCIATION1946SAVNM2013.20.111bMinutes and report of the Cromwell Association on 13th March 1946 in the Meston Room of the National Liberal Club, Whitehall Place - copy of SAVNM2012.20.111areport, 260mm x 207mm
THE EARTHEN VESSEL AND CHRISTIAN RECORD1877SAVNM2013.20.957Godmanche-ster"THE EARTHEN VESSEL AND CHRISTIAN RECORD": recording the death of the Godmanchester Pastor Mr Thomas Godwin on August the 5th 1877, aged 74 years.Single page printed in black on both sides and numbered 317-318: mesuering 21 x 13 mm.
THE GRAND CINEMA1959SAVNM2013.20.666HuntingdonGRAND CINEMA attractions for April 1959. Giving list of films to be shown for the month, times and prices.14 x 12mm, four glossy white pages with blue print.
THE GRAND CINEMAAugust 1961SAVNM2013.20.662HuntingdonGRAND CINEMA attractions for July 1961. Giving list of films to be shown for the month, times and prices.12 x 8 mm folded in two: black printing on buff coloured paper.
THE GRAND CINEMAFebruary 1962SAVNM2013.20.663HuntingdonGRAND CINEMA attractions for February 1962. Giving list of films to be shown for the month, times and prices.12 x 8 mm folded in two: black printing on dark green coloured paper.
THE GRAND CINEMAMarch 1962SAVNM2013.20.664HuntingdonGRAND CINEMA attractions for July 1962. Giving list of films to be shown for the month, times and prices.12 x 8mm, buff coloured card with black print
THE GRAND CINEMAOctober 1959SAVNM2013.20.665HuntingdonGRAND CINEMA attractions for October 1959. Giving list of films to be shown for the month, times and prices.14 x 12mm, 8 pages of white paper with blue printing.
THE HUNTINGDON YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION1884-85SAVNM2013.20.534HuntingdonThe Huntingdon Young Men's Christian Association (Esb 1853): Programme of Meeting and lectures for Session 1884-85. Gives dates of lectures, topic and person delivering it.11 x 15mm, leaflet folded in half with printing on both sides.
THE HUNTS COUNTY NEWS LTD.January 7th 1886SAVNM2013.20.587HuntingdonShares prospectus for the Hunts County News: opening on the 7th January 1886 and closing on the 15th of February 1886: also a letter from G. Dennis Day, dated 7th January 1886 drawing attention to Liberal Electors.The prospectus printed on two sheets of paper with printing on all four sides side three is the form for the application for shares; side four the title page written on the central panel. 26 x 42 mm, Paper somewhat discoloured with some foxing; Letter 26 x 20mm in mint condition; both printed by W. Goggs, Steam Printers, Huntingdon.
THE MIRROR1824SAVNM2013.20.104LondonDouble sided page from The Mirror, of Literature, Amusement and Instruction, Saturday, May 1st 1824 - 'Cromwell Laying in State' at Somerset House, Westminster, 1658newspaper page, 210mm x 130mm
THE MIRROR1824SAVNM2013.20.105LondonDouble sided page from The Mirror, of Literature, Amusement and Instruction, Saturday, May 15th, 1824 - 'Oliver Cromwell's house in Whitehall'newspaper page, 210mm x 130mm
THE MIRRORc. 1837?SAVNM2013.20.549HuntingdonPages 375 -378 of a larger book entitled "THE MIRROR" containing an article on "Huntingdon County Goal and House of Correction" another on the "Spirit of the Annuals, the Comic Almanack for 1837"Two pages with printing on all four sides: measuring 21 x 14 mm: page No. 377 damaged by old ink spillage and top left hand corner has been cur out measuring 4 x 7 mm.
THE MIRRORUnknownSAVNM2013.20.622HuntingdonArticle on the Town Hall Huntingdon.22 x 14mm single page, yellowed with age.
THE MONTHLY REVIEW1901SAVNM2013.20.121Part of the Monthly Review, dated February 1901 - article on Oliver Cromwellpart of a magazine, 255mm x 170mm
THE PROVIDENT BANK for the TOWN & COUNTY of HUNT.1856SAVNM2013.20.594Huntingdon"THE PROVIDENT BANK for the TOWN & COUNTY of HUNTINGDON", Depositor's book: Printed by Robert Edis, Bookseller.20 x 26mm booklet: with the front cover brown with black printing in a double boarder, back cover brown with no printing. Inside black printing on blue paper 17.5 pages listing the board of trustees & the rules and regulations, followed by 1.5 pages for deposits. Crease on front were it has been folded in half vertically and old ink stains in bottom right of front page
THE RELIGIOUS TRACT SOCIETY1801SAVNM2013.20.548Huntingdon"A Narrow Escape from the Punishment of Death" or "The case of John Taylor and John Burton who were left for Execution at Huntingdon": religious tract "no. 595" printed by W. Clowes, Stamford Street, London. The story of two men's escaping the death penalty. Starting at the bottom of page 7 and the whole of page 8 a poem entitled "The Last Judgment"Four 18 x 12 mm pages with printing on all eight side: the front being the title page. Very poor condition with pages frayed and separating.
THE Rev. JAMES HOOK, LL.D. F.R.S. S.A.1816SAVNM2013.20.656Huntingdon First book title page reads "A CHARGE Delivered to the CLERGY of the ARCHDEACONRY OF HUNTINGDON at the PRIMARY VISITATIO IN THE YEAR 1815": "With an Appendix and Notes"; by THE REV. JAMES HOOK, LL.D. F.R.S. S.A.' ' ARCHDEACON OF HUNTINGDON, &c.". The second book title page reads "To The Reverend THE CLERGY of the ARCHDEACONRY OF HUNTINGDON' 'The following CHARGE, Honoured by there Approbation, And published at Their Request';' Is Respectfully Inscribed By Their Faithful Friend, and Obedient servant, THE AUTHOR. The Close, Winchester, March 1, 1816. Glued between the two pages four pages containing "Extract from the Preface to the History of the Inquisition" by Philip Limborch.First book title page is 26 x 21mm: with black printing; edge of page damaged and grubby with some foxing. The second book title page is again 26 x 21mm: with black printing; edge of page damaged and grubby with some foxing. The two pages glued by their top left hand corner two the two above are 23 x 28mm: white paper pages with black print. All enclosed in a brown paper document file.
THE Rev. MURRY S. MacDONALDAUGUST 1962SAVNM2013.20.980Fenstanton" Fenstanton and Hilton Church News".18 x 23mm, four white pages now yellowed with age, printed in black, with a front and back cover of glossy white paper printed in red, with adverts on the inside of the front cover and outside and inside the back. Staples have totally rusted through the cover and at some time a mouse has gnawed the front and back covers. Printed by the "Ridley Press (St. Ives)Ltd., St Ives,. St Ives & Cambridge.
THE Revd. HERBERT MOORE, M.A.April 1948SAVNM2013.20.984Fenstanton & Hilton"FENSTANTON & HILTON Parish Magazine"25 x 36mm, four white page (A4) folded in half: with black print; discoloured with age.
THE Revd. HERBERT MOORE, M.A.April 1949SAVNM2013.20.996Fenstanton & Hilton
THE Revd. HERBERT MOORE, M.A.April 1950SAVNM2013.20.1008Fenstanton & Hilton"FENSTANTON & HILTON Parish Magazine".25 x 36mm, four white page (A4) folded in half: with black print; discoloured with age; centre and staples have been torn out sometime in the past.
THE Revd. HERBERT MOORE, M.A.April 1951SAVNM2013.20.1020Fenstanton & Hilton"FENSTASNTON& HILTON Parish Magazine".25 x 36mm, four white page (A4) folded in half: with black print; discoloured with age, with rusty staples and whatever was stapled in the middle missing.
THE Revd. HERBERT MOORE, M.A.April 1952SAVNM2013.20.1024Fenstanton & Hilton"FENSTANTON & HILTON Parish Magazine".25 x 36mm, four white page (A4) folded in half: with black print; discoloured with age; centre and staples have been torn out sometime in the past.
THE Revd. HERBERT MOORE, M.A.August 1948SAVNM2013.20.988Fenstanton & Hilton"FENSTANTON & HILTON Parish Magazine".25 x 36mm, four white page (A4) folded in half: with black print; discoloured with age.
THE Revd. HERBERT MOORE, M.A.August 1949SAVNM2013.20.1000Fenstanton & Hilton"FENSTANTON & HILTON Parish Magazine"25 x 36mm, four white page (A4) folded in half: with black print; discoloured with age; centre has been torn out sometime in the past, and staples are rusty.
THE Revd. HERBERT MOORE, M.A.August 1950SAVNM2013.20.1012Fenstanton & Hilton"FENSTANTON & HILTON Parish Magazine"25 x 36mm, four white page (A4) folded in half: with black print; discoloured with age; centre and staples have been torn out sometime in the past.
THE Revd. HERBERT MOORE, M.A.August 1952SAVNM2013.20.1029Fenstanton & Hilton"FENSTANTON & HILTON Parish Magazine"25 x 36mm, four white page (A4) folded in half: with black print; discoloured with age; centre and staples have been torn out sometime in the past.
THE Revd. HERBERT MOORE, M.A.December 1948SAVNM2013.20.993Fenstanton & HiltonFENSTANTON & HILTON Parish Magazine"25 x 36mm, four white page (A4) folded in half: with black print; discoloured with age.
THE Revd. HERBERT MOORE, M.A.December 1948SAVNM2013.20.993Fenstanton & Hilton"FENSTANTON & HILTON Parish Magazine".25 x 36mm, four white page (A4) folded in half: with black print; discoloured with age.
THE Revd. HERBERT MOORE, M.A.December 1949SAVNM2013.20.1004Fenstanton & Hilton"FENSTANTON & HILTON Parish Magazine"25 x 36mm, four white page (A4) folded in half: with black print; discoloured with age; centre and staples have been torn out sometime in the past.
THE Revd. HERBERT MOORE, M.A.December 1950SAVNM2013.20.1015Fenstanton & HiltonFENSTANTON & HILTON Parish Magazine"25 x 36mm, four white page (A4) folded in half: with black print; discoloured with age; centre and staples have been torn out sometime in the past.
THE Revd. HERBERT MOORE, M.A.December 1951SAVNM2013.20.1016Fenstanton & HiltonFENSTANTON & HILTON Parish Magazine"25 x 36mm, four white page (A4) folded in half: with black print; discoloured with age; centre and staples have been torn out sometime in the past.
THE Revd. HERBERT MOORE, M.A.December 1952SAVNM2013.20.1033Fenstanton"FENSTANTON & HILTON Parish Magazine".25 x 36mm, four white page (A4) folded in half: with black print; discoloured with age; centre and staples have been torn out sometime in the past.
THE Revd. HERBERT MOORE, M.A.February 1948SAVNM2013.20.982Fenstanton & HiltonFENSTANTON & HILTON Parish Magazine"25 x 36mm, four white page (A4) folded in half: with black print; discoloured with age.
THE Revd. HERBERT MOORE, M.A.February 1950SAVNM2013.20.1006Fenstanton & Hilton"FENSTANTON & HILTON Parish Magazine"25 x 36mm, four white page (A4) folded in half: with black print; discoloured with age; centre and staples have been torn out sometime in the past.
THE Revd. HERBERT MOORE, M.A.February 1951SAVNM2013.20.1018Fenstanton & Hilton"FENSTANTON & HILTON Parish Magazine"25 x 36mm, four white page (A4) folded in half: with black print; discoloured with age;centre and staples have been torn out sometime in the past.
THE Revd. HERBERT MOORE, M.A.February 1952SAVNM2013.20.1022Fenstanton & Hilton"FENSTANTON & HILTON Parish Magazine"25 x 36mm, four white page (A4) folded in half: with black print; discoloured with age; centre and staples have been torn out sometime in the past.
THE Revd. HERBERT MOORE, M.A.February, 1949SAVNM2013.20.994Fenstanton & Hilton"FENSTANTON & HILTON Parish Magazine".25 x 36mm, four white page (A4) folded in half: with black print; discoloured with age.
THE Revd. HERBERT MOORE, M.A.January 1948SAVNM2013.20.981Fenstanton & Hilton"The Parish Magazine of FENSTANTON & HILTON": In side the January 1948 copy of "THE DIOCESAN GAZETTE" Vol.63. No.1.25 x 37mm, four white page (A4) folded in half: with black print; first addition; the EDG inside 19 x 26mm four white pages (A5) folded in half; both discoloured with age; Parish Magazine in poor condition.
THE Revd. HERBERT MOORE, M.A.January 1949SAVNM2013.20.992Fenstanton & Hilton"FENSTANTON & HILTON Parish Magazine"25 x 36mm, four white page (A4) folded in half: with black print; discoloured with age.
THE Revd. HERBERT MOORE, M.A.January 1950SAVNM2013.20.1005Fenstanton & Hilton"FENSTANTON & HILTON Parish Magazine"25 x 36mm, four white page (A4) folded in half: with black print; discoloured with age; centre and staples have been torn out sometime in the past.
THE Revd. HERBERT MOORE, M.A.January 1951SAVNM2013.20.1017Fenstanton & HiltonFENSTANTON & HILTON Parish Magazine"25 x 36mm, four white page (A4) folded in half: with black print; discoloured with age;centre and staples have been torn out sometime in the past.
THE Revd. HERBERT MOORE, M.A.January 1952SAVNM2013.20.1021Fenstanton & Hilton"FENSTASNTON& HILTON Parish Magazine",25 x 36mm, four white page (A4) folded in half: with black print; discoloured with age; centre and staples have been torn out sometime in the past.
THE Revd. HERBERT MOORE, M.A.July 1948SAVNM2013.20.987Fenstanton & Hilton"FENSTANTON & HILTON Parish Magazine".25 x 36mm, four white page (A4) folded in half: with black print; discoloured with age.
THE Revd. HERBERT MOORE, M.A.July 1949SAVNM2013.20.999Fenstanton & Hilton"FENSTANTON & HILTON Parish Magazine"25 x 36mm, four white page (A4) folded in half: with black print; discoloured with age; centre and staples have been torn out sometime in the past.
THE Revd. HERBERT MOORE, M.A.July 1950SAVNM2013.20.1011Fenstanton & Hilton"FENSTANTON & HILTON Parish Magazine"25 x 36mm, four white page (A4) folded in half: with black print; discoloured with age; centre and staples have been torn out sometime in the past.
THE Revd. HERBERT MOORE, M.A.July 1952SAVNM2013.20.1028Fenstanton & Hilton"FENSTANTON & HILTON Parish Magazine"25 x 36mm, four white page (A4) folded in half: with black print; discoloured with age; centre and staples have been torn out sometime in the past.
THE Revd. HERBERT MOORE, M.A.June 1948SAVNM2013.20.986Fenstanton"FENSTANTON & HILTON Parish Magazine"25 x 36mm, four white page (A4) folded in half: with black print; discoloured with age.
THE Revd. HERBERT MOORE, M.A.June 1949SAVNM2013.20.998Fenstanton & Hilton"FENSTANTON & HILTON Parish Magazine"25 x 36mm, four white page (A4) folded in half: with black print; discoloured with age; centre and staples have been torn out sometime in the past.
THE Revd. HERBERT MOORE, M.A.June 1950SAVNM2013.20.1010Fenstanton & Hilton"FENSTANTON & HILTON Parish Magazine"25 x 36mm, four white page (A4) folded in half: with black print; discoloured with age; centre and staples have been torn out sometime in the past.
THE Revd. HERBERT MOORE, M.A.June 1952SAVNM2013.20.1027Fenstanton & Hilton"FENSTANTON & HILTON Parish Magazine"25 x 36mm, four white page (A4) folded in half: with black print; discoloured with age; centre and staples have been torn out sometime in the past.
THE Revd. HERBERT MOORE, M.A.June 1952SAVNM2013.20.1026Fenstanton & Hilton"FENSTANTON & HILTON Parish Magazine"25 x 36mm, four white page (A4) folded in half: with black print; discoloured with age; centre and staples have been torn out sometime in the past.
THE Revd. HERBERT MOORE, M.A.March 1948SAVNM2013.20.983Fenstanton & Hilton"The Parish Magazine of FENSTANTON & HILTON"25 x 36mm, four white page (A4) folded in half: with black print; discoloured with age.
THE Revd. HERBERT MOORE, M.A.March 1949SAVNM2013.20.995Fenstanton & Hilton"FENSTANTON & HILTON Parish Magazine".25 x 36mm, four white page (A4) folded in half: with black print; discoloured with age.
THE Revd. HERBERT MOORE, M.A.March 1950SAVNM2013.20.1007Fenstanton & Hilton"FENSTANTON & HILTON Parish Magazine"25 x 36mm, four white page (A4) folded in half: with black print; discoloured with age; centre and staples have been torn out sometime in the past.
THE Revd. HERBERT MOORE, M.A.March 1951SAVNM2013.20.1019Fenstanton & Hilton"FENSTANTON & HILTON Parish Magazine"25 x 36mm, four white page (A4) folded in half: with black print; discoloured with age;centre and staples have been torn out sometime in the past.
THE Revd. HERBERT MOORE, M.A.March 1952SAVNM2013.20.1023Fenstanton & Hilton"FENSTASNTON& HILTON Parish Magazine".25 x 36mm, four white page (A4) folded in half: with black print; discoloured with age;centre and staples have been torn out sometime in the past.
THE Revd. HERBERT MOORE, M.A.May 1948SAVNM2013.20.985Fenstanton & Hilton"FENSTANTON & HILTON Parish Magazine".25 x 36mm, four white page (A4) folded in half: with black print; discoloured with age.
THE Revd. HERBERT MOORE, M.A.May 1949SAVNM2013.20.997Fenstanton & Hilton"FENSTANTON & HILTON Parish Magazine".25 x 36mm, four white page (A4) folded in half: with black print; discoloured with age, with rusty staples and whatever was stapled in the middle missing.
THE Revd. HERBERT MOORE, M.A.May 1950SAVNM2013.20.1009Fenstanton & Hilton"FENSTANTON & HILTON Parish Magazine".25 x 36mm, four white page (A4) folded in half: with black print; discoloured with age; centre has been torn out sometime in the past and the staples are rusty.
THE Revd. HERBERT MOORE, M.A.May 1952SAVNM2013.20.1025Fenstanton & Hilton"FENSTANTON & HILTON Parish Magazine".25 x 36mm, four white page (A4) folded in half: with black print; discoloured with age; centre and staples have been torn out sometime in the past.
THE Revd. HERBERT MOORE, M.A.November 1948SAVNM2013.20.991Fenstanton & Hilton"FENSTANTON & HILTON Parish Magazine"25 x 36mm, four white page (A4) folded in half: with black print; discoloured with age.
THE Revd. HERBERT MOORE, M.A.November 1949SAVNM2013.20.1003Fenstanton & Hilton"FENSTANTON & HILTON Parish Magazine".25 x 36mm, four white page (A4) folded in half: with black print; discoloured with age; centre and staples have been torn out sometime in the past.
THE Revd. HERBERT MOORE, M.A.November 1952SAVNM2013.20.1032Fenstanton & Hilton"FENSTANTON & HILTON Parish Magazine".25 x 36mm, four white page (A4) folded in half: with black print; discoloured with age; centre and staples have been torn out sometime in the past.
THE Revd. HERBERT MOORE, M.A.October 1948SAVNM2013.20.990Fenstanton & Hilton"FENSTANTON & HILTON Parish Magazine"25 x 36mm, four white page (A4) folded in half: with black print; discoloured with age.
THE Revd. HERBERT MOORE, M.A.October 1949SAVNM2013.20.1002Fenstanton"FENSTANTON & HILTON Parish Magazine".25 x 36mm, four white page (A4) folded in half: with black print; discoloured with age; centre and staples have been torn out sometime in the past.
THE Revd. HERBERT MOORE, M.A.October 1950SAVNM2013.20.1014Fenstanton & HiltonFENSTANTON & HILTON Parish Magazine"25 x 36mm, four white page (A4) folded in half: with black print; discoloured with age; centre and staples have been torn out sometime in the past.
THE Revd. HERBERT MOORE, M.A.October 1952SAVNM2013.20.1031Fenstanton & Hilton"FENSTANTON & HILTON Parish Magazine"25 x 36mm, four white page (A4) folded in half: with black print; discoloured with age; centre and staples have been torn out sometime in the past.
THE Revd. HERBERT MOORE, M.A.September 1948SAVNM2013.20.989Fenstanton & Hilton"FENSTANTON & HILTON Parish Magazine"25 x 36mm, four white page (A4) folded in half: with black print; discoloured with age; centre and staples have been torn out sometime in the past.
THE Revd. HERBERT MOORE, M.A.September 1949SAVNM2013.20.1001Fenstanton & Hilton"FENSTANTON & HILTON Parish Magazine".25 x 36mm, four white page (A4) folded in half: with black print; discoloured with age; centre and staples have been torn out sometime in the past.
THE Revd. HERBERT MOORE, M.A.September 1950SAVNM2013.20.1013Fenstanton & Hilton"FENSTANTON & HILTON Parish Magazine"25 x 36mm, four white page (A4) folded in half: with black print; discoloured with age; centre and staples have been torn out sometime in the past.
THE Revd. HERBERT MOORE, M.A.September 1952SAVNM2013.20.1030Fenstanton & Hilton"FENSTANTON & HILTON Parish Magazine".25 x 36mm, four white page (A4) folded in half: with black print; discoloured with age; centre and staples have been torn out sometime in the past.
THE TIMES1901SAVNM2013.20.95St Ives'Lord E. Fitzmaurice on Cromwell'press clipping - 365mm x 70mm
THE TIMES1901SAVNM2013.20.89St IvesLord Edmond Fitzmaurice's address and report of the unveiling of the statuepress clipping, 290 x 70mm
THE URBAN DISTRICT COUNCIL BOROUGH OF HUNTINGDON1911SAVNM2013.20.621Huntingdon"THE URBAN DISTRICT COUNCIL of the BOROUGH of HUNTINGDON' REGULATION for the management of the FIRE BRIGADE and SCALE OF CHARGES"22 X 28mm, Green, checked card cover with front page title surrounded in a black printed floral boarder.12 internal buff coloured pages with black print. Printrd by Wood, Printer, Huntingdon.
THOMAS CHRISMAS1825SAVNM2013.20.611Huntingdon"General Rules for Spelling in two parts" and "compiled chiefly from L. Murray's Grammar and Spelling Book", "With some Alterations and Additions" + "Accompanied with an Illustration Shewing the Utility of Combining Theroy and Practice". Then the authors name and "Intended for the use of his own School". "Huntingdon". On front cover both in side and out in faded ink the name of "A. Fox" and the date "1833".17 x 23 mm: dark brown cover (now detached); eight pages of black print on white paper, including the title page. Printed by A.P. Wood, Bookseller &c.
TOWN COUNCIL1901SAVNM2013.20.101St Ivesthe same as SAVNM2013.20.100programme, 252mm x 200mm
TOWN COUNCIL1901SAVNM2013.20.97St IvesThe Mayor of St Ives inviting The Hon A E Fellowes MP to the Corn Exchange on Wednesday October 23rd 1901 for Luncheon at 1pminvitation, 124mm x 178mm
TOWN COUNCIL1901SAVNM2013.20.100St IvesProgramme of Ceremonies at the unveiling of the Cromwell Statue at St Ives, Wednesday October 23rd 1901, H I Hankin, Mayor and G D Day, Town Clerk.programme, 252mm x 200mm
TOWN COUNCIL1901SAVNM2013.20.98St IvesLuncheon Ticket for Fellowes at the Corn Exchange, to celebrate the unveiling of the Cromwell Statue, Wednesday October 23rd 1901ticket, 75mm x 111mm
TOWN COUNCIL1901SAVMN2013.20.96St IvesOrder of Processionprogramme, 252mm x 188mm
TOWN COUNCIL1901SAVNM2013.20.99St IvesPlatform ticket for Fellowes to watch the unveiling of the Cromwell Statue on Wednesday 23rd October, 1901ticket, 75mm x 110mm
TOWN COUNCIL1902SAVNM2013.20.23St IvesSt Ives Town Council, Officials' Corporation Dinner, December 12th 1902, at the White Horse Hotel. Mayor George Brownlow. Four page booklet with menu and toast list. Also list of council members and officers. Printed by HG Parker, St Ives, Hunts.Card, 90 x 120mm
TRUST HOUSES LTDNo dateSAVNM2013.20.847BuckdenTales of Old Inns. No. 7. "The Lion" at Buckden.London, The R.A.P. Co. Ltd., No date. (4)pp, 215 x 125mm, illus., map.
UNIVERSAL MAGAZINE1748SAVNM2013.20.859The Universal Magazine of Knowledge and Pleasure: containing News, Letters, etc. etc. etc. and other Arts and Sciences Which may render it Instructive and Entertaining to Gentry, Merchants, Farmers and Tradesmen. To which occasionally will be added An Impartial Account of Books in several Languages and of the State of Learning in Europe; Also of the Stage, New Operas, Plays, and Oratorios. Vol. iii. (July 1748).London, John Hinton, 1748. 48pp, 210 x 135mm.
Unknown?1841SAVNM2013.20.848BuckdenA description and history of Buckden Palace, with notes. Also included is an article on Camberwell Church, Surrey. Pages taken from a book (starts page 241) with back paper cover glued on. Some foxing and yellowing of pages.Book pages 210mm x 140mm, 7pp.
UNKNOWN1654SAVNM2013.20.86dhandwritten date - undistinguishable except for three dates 1654, 1655, 1657scrap of paper, 99mm x 198mm
UNKNOWN1657SAVNM2013.20.86bhandwritten note - undistiguishable except for the date, 20th November 1657 - seems to be written in shorthandscrap of paper, 110mm x 195mm
UNKNOWN1866SAVNM2013.20.45St IvesNewspaper article relating to the opening of the Free Church Sunday School Rooms, 8.9.66. Part 1.70 x 160mm
UNKNOWN1866SAVNM2013.20.46St IvesNewspaper article relating to the opening of the Free Church Sunday School Rooms, 8.9.66. Second part of article.155 x 310mm
UNKNOWN1867SAVNM2013.20.43St IvesArticle relates to the opening of St Ives Cattle Market by the Justices to the Privy Council. From an unknown newspaper. Written in pencil at the bottom of the article 5.1.67.360 x 90mm
UNKNOWN1873SAVNM2013.20.44St IvesNewspaper article relating to the new organ in the Free Church, St Ives, 29.9.73.85 x 150mm
UNKNOWN1874SAVNM2013.20.42St IvesArticle relates to the celebrations put on to celebrate the Incorporation of St Ives. Taken from an unknown newspaper. Written in ink at the bottom of the article 21.11.74.470 x 65mm
Unknown1877SAVNM2013.20.828Brampton"THE LATE MR. COMPTON - Yesterday the funeral of Mr. Henry Compton (Mr. Mackenzie) was solemnized at Brampton Cemetery…", "The name-plate bore the following inscription:- 'Charles Mackenzie, professionally known as Henry Compton, died 15th Sept 1877, aged 72 years.' ". Cutting dated in pencil 20/9/77.85mm x 80mm (max) cutting. Name of newspaper not shown.
Unknown1877SAVNM2013.20.828Brampton"THE LATE MR. COMPTON - Yesterday the funeral of Mr. Henry Compton (Mr. Mackenzie) was solemnized at Brampton Cemetery…", "The name-plate bore the following inscription:- 'Charles Mackenzie, professionally known as Henry Compton, died 15th Sept 1877, aged 72 years.' ". Cutting dated in pencil 20/9/77.85mm x 80mm (max) cutting. Name of newspaper not shown.
UNKNOWN1878SAVNM2013.20.953Godmanche-ster"MENU': ' GODMANCHESTER'; ' January 8th 1887".9 x 12mm, Menu Card printed in gold print with gold edging.
UNKNOWN1911SAVNM2013.20.21St IvesSt Ives Hunts: Audited expediture list for the Coronation of King George V June 22nd 1911. Celebrations at St Ives. List of receipts and expenditure. Total £160.19.4d. Printed by JG Hankins, Steam Printers, St Ives.Paper, 1pp, 190 x 230mm
UNKNOWN1914SAVNM2013.20.20St IvesSt Ives Hunts: Menu and toast list for a dinner organized for the Northamptonshire Yeomanry, St Ives Troop, Thursday May 21st 1914. Chairman Major Mills. Held at the Golden Lion, St Ives.Booklet, 3pp, 100 x 145mm
UNKNOWN1917SAVNM2013.20.29St IvesConcert Programme in aid of Blinded Soldiers and Sailors, in the Corn Exchange, St Ives. To be held Thursday February 8th 1917, commencing 7.30. Cost of programme 2d. Boklet lists programme of events, artistes and contributors and organizers. Also contains 19 adverts for local businesses.Paper, 140 x 225mm
UNKNOWN1919SAVNM2013.20.19St IvesSt Ives Hunts: Ticket to a Public Dinner in honour of St Ives Sailors and Soldiers, in the Corn Exchange. Thursday, September 25th, 1919 at 7pm. Tickets 7/6 each.Printed card, 1pp, 90 x 115mm
UNKNOWNC. 2015?SAVNM2013.20.553Huntingdon Titled "Some Happenings in Huntingdonshire One Hundred Years Ago".Measuring 19 x 14 mm: with a number "2" in pencil at the top of the page.
UNKNOWNc.1938?SAVNM2013.20.555HuntingdonThree press cuttings relating to rear and in one case stolen books. The third cutting of the three is from "THE CLIQUE" and is dated August 24th , 1938.Three press cuttings mounted on card measuring 22 x 28 mm: some foxing on card; written on the front in blue ball point pen "CURIOUS BIBLES".
UNKNOWNc1900?SAVNM2013.20.915Great Paxton"PLAN of Road from Edward Towgood Esq. Homestead at Great Paxton, to the Queens Head at Wyboston"38 x 56mm (A3 size) white thick paper with black borarder and the map also printed in black: scale 4inch to the mile: in good condition
UnknownEaster 1870SAVNM2013.20.829Brampton"THE BRAMPTONIAN" OR CHRONICLE OF S. George's School, BRAMPTON. "NOT ONLY WORDS" EASTER 1879. List of Trustees/Masters/Choir Exhibitioners, cost per term, calendar of Moon dates, article on Bloemfontein with map, etc. Published quarterly.182mm x 185mm, 41pp booklet. Coloured map 145mm x 205mm. Top right hand corner of front cover cut away, spine cover missing.
UnknownEaster 1870SAVNM2013.20.829Brampton"THE BRAMPTONIAN" OR CHRONICLE OF S. George's School, BRAMPTON. "NOT ONLY WORDS" EASTER 1879. List of Trustees/Masters/Choir Exhibitioners, cost per term, calendar of Moon dates, article on Bloemfontein with map, etc. Published quarterly.182mm x 185mm, 41pp booklet. Coloured map 145mm x 205mm.
UnknownMichaelmas 1878SAVNM2013.20.830Brampton"THE BRAMPTONIAN" OR CHRONICLE OF S. George's School, BRAMPTON. "NOT ONLY WORDS" MICHAELMAS 1878. List of Trustees/Masters/Choir Exhibitioners, cost per term, calendar of Moon dates, article on Sir Guy of Warwick, etc. Published quarterly.182mm x 185mm, 32pp booklet.
UnknownMichaelmas 1878SAVNM2013.20.830Brampton"THE BRAMPTONIAN" OR CHRONICLE OF S. George's School, BRAMPTON. "NOT ONLY WORDS" MICHAELMAS 1878. List of Trustees/Masters/Choir Exhibitioners, cost per term, calendar of Moon dates, article on Sir Guy of Warwick, etc. Published quarterly.182mm x 185mm, 32pp booklet. Poor condition, front covered separated, spine cover and part of back cover missing.
UnknownUnknownSAVNM2013.20.820Abbots RiptonUntitled, excerpts give information about Richard Lyne MA, Fellow of King's College, Cambridge, and Rector of Abbots Ripton in Huntingdonshire, together with a description of his Rectory.Single sheet, 230 x 140mm, two cuttings pasted together
UNKNOWNUNKNOWNSAVNM2013.20.22St IvesSt Ives Hunts: Invitation to a dinner at the Golden Lion, St Ives on Friday February 27th at 7.45. No year given. Invitation to the Officers of St Ives Section, "H" Company. Dress Red Uniform. Mr J Brooks' name appears on the invitation.Card, 1pp, 110 x 150mm
UNKNOWNUnknownSAVNM2013.20.536HuntingdonHand written note in pencil listing the items in a bundle of company prospectuses.Written on a piece of a page from an school exercise book 17 x 09 mm. In the top left hand corner written in pencil the number "40" and below the text in blue ball point pen the number "306".
UnknownUnknownSAVNM2013.20.832Brampton"WILLIAM PALMER, M.A., having been presented by his father, William Palmer of Brampton, Esq., the patron pro hac vice, was instituted 221 June 1808…". A short note about William Palmer, Rector of Eynesbury (St Mary) Church from 1808-1851.230mm x 143mm, single page (120), taken from a book, title unknown.
Ven. ARCHDEACON KNOWLES,D.D.c. 1921 to 1943SAVNM2013.20.651HuntingdonTHE "HUNTINGDON" CHILDREN'S SERVICE and PRAYER BOOK".17 X 22mm, stiff red front and back cover with black print on front cover: inside 40 white pages with black print of hymns and prayers for children. V.G condition but with rusty staples. Print by S. Herbert Wood, "The Cowper Press.
W. GOGGS & SON. STEAM PRINTERS, HUNTINGDON.12th August 1903SAVNM2013.20.645Huntingdon"HUNTINGDON REGATTA PROGRAMME OF EVENTS".21x14mm, front and back cover in pink paper, title page in black print. Inside 4 pink pages listing events and judges. Inside the back page is a photograph of Godmanchester Bridge and on the outside the regulations.
W. GOGGS, PRINTER, BOOKSELLER & STATIONER1865SAVNM2013.20.595Huntingdon"Railway Guide and General Advertiser", for February 1865, published by W. Goggs, Printer, Bookseller, Bookbinder and Stationer of High Street , Huntingdon.12 x 18mm: with flimsy green cover with black printing on both sides. With six sheets of white paper with printing in black on both sides. Back cover dog-eared top and bottom and 1mm tear half way down.
W.DAY CONFECTIONER, Southamption Row, W.C.June 26th 1872SAVNM2013.20.958Godmanche-ster"Godmanchester June 26, 1872": "Menu"12 x 8mm, white card, printed in black, with pressed crimped edge.
W.H. PENTNEY. 9 NARROW STREET, PETERBOROUGH1899SAVNM2013.20.538HuntingdonCompany Prospectus relating to the issue of preference and ordinary Shares for JOHN EVISON, Ltd. The subscription list opened on Wednesday 19th April 1899 and closed on Wednesday 26th April 1899, offered at 10/- per share. Listing the names of the following directors: John Evison J.P., (Chairman) Upwood House, Huntingdon; Percival John Evison, (Manager) Upwood House, Huntingdon; George Keeble, J.P., Peterborough, Merchant; Auther James Keeble, Peterborough, Merchant; A. Charles Davis, Portland Cement Works, Shepreth, Cambs. And a registered office at Evison Works, Ramsey, Hunts. There are two share application forms with the Prospectus, a buff coloured with black print for ordinary shares and a buff coloured with red print one for preference shares.Printed on three sides of buff coloured paper folded in four with the second panel being the title. Measuring 39 x 48 mm. In very good condition. The two share application forms measure 33 x 21mm and both are in mint condition.
W.M Carnaby late of His Majesty’s Chapel Royalc 1780SAVNM2013.20.661Huntingdon" SIX CANZONETTS FOR TWO VOICES": "The Words Taken From SHENSTONE"; "and set to Music by W.M CARNABY late of HIS MAJESTY’S CHAPEL ROYAL"; " Now ORGANIST OF HUNTINGDON. Also along the bottom of the title page "Entered at Stationers Hall" ; "London, printed for the AUTHOR and sold by Rt. BIRCHALL, Music Seller, to her Royal Highness the DUTCHESS of YORK, No. 133, New Bond Street.21 X 58mm, book of 21 white [now discoloured] pages of sheet music, covered in brown card: cover has illegible writing in pencil across the top and in the top right in pencil the No. 25 and in the bottom right some writing that is illegible also the no. 7 in pencil. In the bottom left a sticky label with the no. 25 and another pencilled No. 7. The inside title page has a pencilled No., 25 plus an inked 7/6, also in Herbert Norris's hand circa 1780.
WALLINGFORS, DAY & SON, ST IVES.1887SAVNM2013.20.541HuntingdonShare Prospectus for the EAST HUNTINGDONSHIRE WATER COMPANY. For the year 1887. The Company Board is given as: The Earl of Sandwich, Hinchingbrook, Huntingdon: Charles Prentice Tebbutt, Esq., J.P. Bluntisham, near St Ives.: Neville Goodman, Esq., M.A., Brookfield, Cambridge; Frederic Warren, Esq., The Priory, St Ives. The shares are offered a £10 per share. In with the prospectus: a letter signed by The Earl of Sandwich, secretary to an unknown recipient, dated December 21st 1887, requesting them to attend a meeting with regard to the proposals. Also another letter from Edward Easton &co to the directors, with the business case for the project with costing.Printed on three sides of buff coloured paper folded in four with the second panel being the title. Measuring 33 x 42 mm: with some foxing. The share application form is printed on the third page. The letter with regard to the meeting measures 26 x 21mm on buff coloured paper hand written. The letter containing the business case measures 33 x 20 mm again on buff coloured paper, with printing on both sides. Both letters in mint condition.
WAYNE, St John1931SAVNM2013.20.861ConingtonTo the Clergy of the Archdeaconry of Huntingdon. [Manifesto for election to Diocesan Board of Finance].No imprint. 1p, 330 x 200mm.
WESLEYAN CHURCH ST IVES1904PP/S.IVE/08St IvesPress cuttings about laying foundation stones of the new Wesleyan church, 26th May 1904.370 x 130mm.
WESTERN HATFIELD1837SAVNM2013.20.32St IvesList of speeches made to George Game Day on the presentation of one thousand guineas in plate. Delivered at a dinner of the 25th January 1837, held in the Priory Barn, St Ives. As includes a list of subscribers. Printed by Western Hatfield of Cambridge, price one shilling.150 x 230 mm
WHITE KENNETT, D.D.ARCHDEACON of HUNTINGDONWednesday 30th January 1705/6SAVNM2013.20.650Huntingdon"A SERMON PREACHED BEFORE THE HONOURABLE HOUSE OF COMMONS at St Margaret's Westminster"17 x 20mm, 16 pages of white paper with small black printing: bound in buff coloured card; with the No. 249 written in pencil in the top right hand corner and a sticky label with the No. 249 printed above two short black lines.
WOOLLEY, Richard W.1909PP/HUNTN/01HuntingdonFrom Richard W. Woolley General and Fancy Draper, Silk Mercer and Gentleman's Outfitter 42 High St., Huntingdon. (12 calendar cards for the months of 1909, each with a picture at the top on a theme of Dutch children, "copyright 1907 by May A. Post The Osborne Co. N.Y.", with messages on the back printed on a duplicator re seasonal goods and offers). With a 13th card advertising Gloy, perhaps included with the others only because it features a Dutch child.12pp, 260 x 135mm, colour printed on card; + 1p 270 x 115mm.
WOOLNOTH & J.P.NEALE1st June 1813SAVNM2013.20.550HuntingdonEngraving of "All Saints' Church Huntingdon" bottom left "Engraved by Woolnoth from a drawing by J.P. Neal": On bottom left "For 'The Beauties of England & Wales"; centre bottom "ALL SAINTS' CHURCH Huntingdon; below this "London: Published by John Harris, St Pauls Yard. June 1. 1813".Print on paper measuring 10 x 15 mm on centre of page measuring 15 x 25 mm. Edges frayed and dirty.
WRYCROFT BROTHERS, PRINTERS, ST.NEOTS1904SAVNM2013.20.535HuntingdonEly Diocesan Association of Ringers Annual Report for the Archdeacon of Huntingdon.A 40 page booklet measuring 18 x 13 mm, some foxing on front on page edges.
WYTON1913PP/Sales/WYTON/1913WytonSee PH/Sales/HUNTS/1913 - includes Manor Farm, Wyton.
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