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Background imageFred Collection: The Old Farm Garden, 1871. Artist: Fred Walker

The Old Farm Garden, 1871. Artist: Fred Walker
The Old Farm Garden, 1871. Painting held in the Courtauld Gallery, London. From The Studio Volume 85. [London Offices of the Studio, London, 1923]

Background imageFred Collection: British jockeys, 1934, (1935). Creator: Unknown

British jockeys, 1934, (1935). Creator: Unknown
British jockeys, 1934, (1935). Steve Donoghue, Joe Childs, Fred Fox, and Brownie Carslake (who was Australian). Donoghue and Childs celebrated their fiftieth birthday in 1934

Background imageFred Collection: Ormonde, 1883-1904, (1911)

Ormonde, 1883-1904, (1911). From British Sports and Sportsmen Part 1. [British Sports and Sportsmen, London, 1911]

Background imageFred Collection: Mule Train, 1947. Creator: Unknown

Mule Train, 1947. Creator: Unknown
Mule Train, 1947. By Johnny Lange, Hy Heath, Fred Glickman, featuring Jimmy Miller and the Squadronaires, a band intended to raise morale and entertain the troops during World War II. [Chappell & Co

Background imageFred Collection: The Woman in White, 1871. Creator: William Harcourt Hooper

The Woman in White, 1871. Creator: William Harcourt Hooper
The Woman in White, 1871

Background imageFred Collection: The Moray Minstrels (Invitation card of Arthur James Lewis), 1865

The Moray Minstrels (Invitation card of Arthur James Lewis), 1865

Background imageFred Collection: Beck, Boston, National League, from the White Border series (T206) for the American Tob

Beck, Boston, National League, from the White Border series (T206) for the American Tobacco Company, 1909-11

Background imageFred Collection: Fred Wood, Cyclist, from Worlds Champions, Series 2 (N29) for Allen &

Fred Wood, Cyclist, from Worlds Champions, Series 2 (N29) for Allen &
Fred Wood, Cyclist, from Worlds Champions, Series 2 (N29) for Allen & Ginter Cigarettes, 1888

Background imageFred Collection: Majuba Day - Cronje Surrenders to Lord Roberts at Paardeberg, 1900

Majuba Day - Cronje Surrenders to Lord Roberts at Paardeberg, 1900
" Majuba Day" - Cronje Surrenders to Lord Roberts at Paardeberg", 1900. The surrender of Piet Cronje to the British after the Battle of Paardeberg on 27 February 1900 - previously a

Background imageFred Collection: Cronjes Stronghold on the Modder River, 1900. Creator: HC Seppings Wright

Cronjes Stronghold on the Modder River, 1900. Creator: HC Seppings Wright
Cronjes Stronghold on the Modder River, 1900. Piet Cronjes Boer army and British forces in entrenched opposition on the Modder River. From " South Africa and the Transvaal War, Vol

Background imageFred Collection: General Frenchs Remarkable Position at Colesberg, c15th January, 1900 Creator

General Frenchs Remarkable Position at Colesberg, c15th January, 1900 Creator
General Frenchs Remarkable Position at Colesberg, as seen from Kul or Coles Kop about 15th January, 1900. French did not succeed in capturing Colesberg

Background imageFred Collection: Colonel Pilchers Attack on Sunnyside Kopje, 1900. Creator: HC Seppings Wright

Colonel Pilchers Attack on Sunnyside Kopje, 1900. Creator: HC Seppings Wright
Colonel Pilchers Attack on Sunnyside Kopje-Canadian and Australian Contingents Receive Their " Baptism of Fire". 1900

Background imageFred Collection: F. R. Spofforth, 1906, (1947). Creator: Henry Scott Tuke

F. R. Spofforth, 1906, (1947). Creator: Henry Scott Tuke
F. R. Spofforth, 1906, (1947). Portrait of Australian cricketer Fred Spofforth (1853-1926), known as The Demon Bowler. He is shown wearing the red

Background imageFred Collection: London buses used to transport troops to the front, First World War, 1914-1918, (c1920)

London buses used to transport troops to the front, First World War, 1914-1918, (c1920). Reinforcements for the Battle Front: the London Motor Bus on Active Service in Flanders

Background imageFred Collection: Great Britain wins the Davis Cup tennis championship, Paris, 30 July 1933, (1935)

Great Britain wins the Davis Cup tennis championship, Paris, 30 July 1933, (1935). Great Britain won the Davis Cup for the first time in twenty-two years

Background imageFred Collection: Tennis match on Centre Court at Wimbledon, c1930s, (1935). Creator: Unknown

Tennis match on Centre Court at Wimbledon, c1930s, (1935). Creator: Unknown
Tennis match on Centre Court at Wimbledon, c1930s, (1935). The All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club moved to its present site in Church Road, Wimbledon, south London, in 1922

Background imageFred Collection: South African War Memorial, Plymouth, Devon, c1910. Creator: Unknown

South African War Memorial, Plymouth, Devon, c1910. Creator: Unknown
South African War Memorial, Plymouth, Devon, c1910. Obelisk made by Emil Fuchs and unveiled in 1903 in memory of Christian Victor Prince of Schleswig-Holstein and the fallen of the Gloucestershire

Background imageFred Collection: Lord Roberts Writing Despatches in the Transport Waggon in Which He Slept, (1901)

Lord Roberts Writing Despatches in the Transport Waggon in Which He Slept, (1901). British soldier Frederick Sleigh Roberts (1832-1914) fought the Boers in South Africa, 1899-1900

Background imageFred Collection: F. Root (Worcestershire), 1928. Creator: Unknown

F. Root (Worcestershire), 1928. Creator: Unknown
F. Root (Worcestershire), 1928. From " Willss Cigarettes - A Series of 50 Cricketers, 1928", [W. D. & H. O. Wills, London, 1928]

Background imageFred Collection: The Visit to the Mad Woman After The Interrupted Marriage, c1870, (1942). Creator: Fred Walker

The Visit to the Mad Woman After The Interrupted Marriage, c1870, (1942). Creator: Fred Walker
The Visit to the Mad Woman After The Interrupted Marriage, 1942. Scene from Jane Eyre, Artist Fred Walker. circa 1870 From " English Novelists", by Elizabeth Bowen. [Collins, London, 1942]

Background imageFred Collection: F. J. Perry - Service, c1935. Creator: Unknown

F. J. Perry - Service, c1935. Creator: Unknown
F. J. Perry - Service, c1935. From Tennis - An Album of Famous Players in Action, by Gordon R. Weddell. [John Player & Sons, , c1935]

Background imageFred Collection: F. J. Perry, c1935. Creator: Unknown

F. J. Perry, c1935. Creator: Unknown
F. J. Perry, c1935. From Tennis - An Album of Famous Players in Action, by Gordon R. Weddell. [John Player & Sons, , c1935]

Background imageFred Collection: Limehouse Blues, sheet music, 1945. Creator: Unknown

Limehouse Blues, sheet music, 1945. Creator: Unknown
Limehouse Blues, sheet music, 1945. Song by Douglas Furber and Philip Braham, from the film Ziegfeld Follies, starring Fred Astaire and Lucille Bremer who have been made up to look Chinese

Background imageFred Collection: Bride and groom, c1935. Creator: Kirk & Sons of Cowes

Bride and groom, c1935. Creator: Kirk & Sons of Cowes
Bride and groom, c1935. Newly-married couple standing in a church doorway

Background imageFred Collection: Scene from Jane Eyre, c1870, (c1950). Creator: Fred Walker

Scene from Jane Eyre, c1870, (c1950). Creator: Fred Walker
Scene from Jane Eyre, c1870, (c1950). The visit to the mad woman after the interrupted marriage of Jane to Mr Rochester. Mrs Rochester

Background imageFred Collection: I ll Close My Eyes (And Make Believe Its You), 1930s. Artist: Fred Low

I ll Close My Eyes (And Make Believe Its You), 1930s. Artist: Fred Low
I ll Close My Eyes (And Make Believe Its You), 1930s. Cover to sheet music for a song by Billy Reid

Background imageFred Collection: Fred Perry, 1934. Artist: London News Agency

Fred Perry, 1934. Artist: London News Agency
Fred Perry, 1934. A print from Wimbledon Story, by Norah Gordon Cleather, Sporting Handbooks Ltd, London, 1947. (Colorised black and white print)

Background imageFred Collection: Julia Neilson and Fred Terry in a scene from Dorothy O The Hall, early 20th century

Julia Neilson and Fred Terry in a scene from Dorothy O The Hall, early 20th century. Artist: Ellis & Walery
Julia Neilson and Fred Terry in a scene from Dorothy O The Hall, early 20th century

Background imageFred Collection: The Barbican area of the City of London, World War II, 1942. Artists: Arthur Cross

The Barbican area of the City of London, World War II, 1942. Artists: Arthur Cross
The Barbican area of the City of London, World War II, 1942. View showing the devastation following the demolition of unsafe buildings damaged by German bombing

Background imageFred Collection: View looking south down Walbrook after an air raid, City of London, World War II, 1941

View looking south down Walbrook after an air raid, City of London, World War II, 1941. The photograph shows the street impassable with rubble

Background imageFred Collection: View from St Pauls Cathedral towards Southwark Bridge, London, World War II, 1942

View from St Pauls Cathedral towards Southwark Bridge, London, World War II, 1942. The photograph shows the extent of Luftwaffe bomb damage following the demolition of unsafe buildings

Background imageFred Collection: A Medieval Scene, 19th century. Artist: Fred Walker

A Medieval Scene, 19th century. Artist: Fred Walker
A Medieval Scene, 19th century. A lady seated on the ground between two men, both with swords; one has his foot on a stool, the other has his arms outstretched

Background imageFred Collection: Fred Ball, Crawley Blues Festival, Hawth, Crawley, West Sussex, Oct 2015. Artist: Brian O Connor

Fred Ball, Crawley Blues Festival, Hawth, Crawley, West Sussex, Oct 2015. Artist: Brian O Connor
Fred Ball, Crawley Blues Festival, Hawth, Crawley, West Sussex, Oct 2015

Background imageFred Collection: Greens of Mexboro Ltd, shop in Mexborough, South Yorkshire, 1963

Greens of Mexboro Ltd, shop in Mexborough, South Yorkshire, 1963. A photograph commissioned by Associated Diaries Ltd showing Mr Fred Greens corner shop in Mexborough

Background imageFred Collection: The Violet Field, 1867, (c1915). Artist: Fred Walker

The Violet Field, 1867, (c1915). Artist: Fred Walker
The Violet Field, 1867, (c1915). From International Art: Past and Present by Alfred Yockney. [Virtue & Company, London, c1915]

Background imageFred Collection: The Lost Path, 1863, (1912). Artist: Fred Walker

The Lost Path, 1863, (1912). Artist: Fred Walker
The Lost Path, 1863, (1912). From Bibbys Annual 1912, [J. Bibby & Sons, Liverpool, 1912]

Background imageFred Collection: The Sea-Horse, Undisguised, Sedately Swimming, c1900, (1910). Artist: Fred Enock

The Sea-Horse, Undisguised, Sedately Swimming, c1900, (1910). Artist: Fred Enock
The Sea-Horse, Undisguised, Sedately Swimming, c1900, (1910). From The Strand Magazine. [George Newnes Ltd. London, 1910]

Background imageFred Collection: Full-Grown Caterpillar of the Privet Hawk-Moth, Similarly Occupied, c1900, (1910)

Full-Grown Caterpillar of the Privet Hawk-Moth, Similarly Occupied, c1900, (1910). Artist: Fred Enock
Full-Grown Caterpillar of the Privet Hawk-Moth, Similarly Occupied, c1900, (1910). From The Strand Magazine. [George Newnes Ltd. London, 1910]

Background imageFred Collection: The Harbour of Refuge, 1872, (c1900). Artist: Fred Walker

The Harbour of Refuge, 1872, (c1900). Artist: Fred Walker
The Harbour of Refuge, 1872, (c1900). Held by the Tate, London. From Famous Pictures of the World, c1900

Background imageFred Collection: Blackberrying, 1859, (1938). Artist: Fred Walker

Blackberrying, 1859, (1938). Artist: Fred Walker
Blackberrying, 1859, (1938). From A Catalogue of the Pictures and Drawings in the collection of Frederick John Nettleford, Volume IV, by C. Reginald Grundy and F. Gordon Roe. [Emrose and Sons Ltd

Background imageFred Collection: Take Me Back To Dear Old Blighty (3), c1916

Take Me Back To Dear Old Blighty (3), c1916. Take Me Back to Dear Old Blighty is a music hall song written by Arthur J. Mills, Fred Godfrey (1880-1953) and Bennett Scott (1875-1930) in 1916

Background imageFred Collection: Take Me Back To Dear Old Blighty (2), c1916

Take Me Back To Dear Old Blighty (2), c1916. Take Me Back to Dear Old Blighty is a music hall song written by Arthur J. Mills, Fred Godfrey (1880-1953) and Bennett Scott (1875-1930) in 1916

Background imageFred Collection: Take Me Back To Dear Old Blighty (1), c1916

Take Me Back To Dear Old Blighty (1), c1916. Take Me Back to Dear Old Blighty is a music hall song written by Arthur J. Mills, Fred Godfrey (1880-1953) and Bennett Scott (1875-1930) in 1916

Background imageFred Collection: Caught!, 19th century, (1924) Artist: Fred Walker

Caught!, 19th century, (1924) Artist: Fred Walker
Caught!, 19th century. From The Connoisseur Vol LXVIII [Otto Limited, London, 1924.]

Background imageFred Collection: Miss Dorothy Round, Wimbledon Womens Champion, 1934

Miss Dorothy Round, Wimbledon Womens Champion, 1934
Dorothy Edith Round Little (1908-1982), World No 1 British female tennis player, 1935. She was Wimbledon Womens Champion, 1934

Background imageFred Collection: Fred Perry, 1935

Fred Perry, 1935. A print from the photo album Popular Personalities, issued for Piccadilly Juniors Oval Photos, 1935

Background imageFred Collection: Fred Perry and FX Shields, 1934. Artist: Sport & General

Fred Perry and FX Shields, 1934. Artist: Sport & General
Fred Perry and FX Shields, 1934. A print from Wimbledon Story, by Norah Gordon Cleather, Sporting Handbooks Ltd, London, 1947

Background imageFred Collection: Fred Perry, 1934. Artist: London News Agency

Fred Perry, 1934. Artist: London News Agency
Fred Perry, 1934. A print from Wimbledon Story, by Norah Gordon Cleather, Sporting Handbooks Ltd, London, 1947



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