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Parnell Collection

Background imageParnell Collection: The Irish Frankenstein, 1882. Artist: Joseph Swain

The Irish Frankenstein, 1882. Artist: Joseph Swain
The Irish Frankenstein, 1882. An awestruck Charles Parnell of the Irish Nationalist Party is crouching before his Creature which is depicted with the usual simian features of the Irishman in Punch

Background imageParnell Collection: The Grave of Charles Stewart Parnell, Irelands greatest leader, Dublin, 1896. Creator

The Grave of Charles Stewart Parnell, Irelands greatest leader, Dublin, 1896. Creator
The Grave of Charles Stewart Parnell, Irelands greatest leader, Dublin, 1896. From " Underwood and Underwood Publishers, New York-London-Toroto Canada-Ottawa Kansas."

Background imageParnell Collection: The Irish Vampire, 1885. Artist: John Tenniel

The Irish Vampire, 1885. Artist: John Tenniel
The Irish Vampire, 1885. The Irish National League, with the face of Charles Stewart Parnell (1846-1891), shown as a vampire preying on Ireland. Cartoon from Punch. (London, 24 October 1885)

Background imageParnell Collection: Jack Parnell, unknown venue, 2003. Creator: Brian Foskett

Jack Parnell, unknown venue, 2003. Creator: Brian Foskett
Jack Parnell, unknown venue, 2003

Background imageParnell Collection: Aston Martin DB3S, Reg Parnell, Charterhall 1955. Creator: Unknown

Aston Martin DB3S, Reg Parnell, Charterhall 1955. Creator: Unknown
Aston Martin DB3S, Reg Parnell, Charterhall 1955

Background imageParnell Collection: Aston Martin DB3S, Reg Parnell, Aintree 1955. Creator: Unknown

Aston Martin DB3S, Reg Parnell, Aintree 1955. Creator: Unknown
Aston Martin DB3S, Reg Parnell, Aintree 1955

Background imageParnell Collection: 1951 BRM V16, Reg Parnell at Goodwood. Creator: Unknown

1951 BRM V16, Reg Parnell at Goodwood. Creator: Unknown
1951 BRM V16, Reg Parnell at Goodwood

Background imageParnell Collection: Programme for Billie Holiday and Jack Parnell & His Orchestra, Royal Albert Hall

Programme for Billie Holiday and Jack Parnell & His Orchestra, Royal Albert Hall - February 1954. Presented by Arrangement by Harold Davison

Background imageParnell Collection: Parnell, (1679-1718), 1830. Creator: Unknown

Parnell, (1679-1718), 1830. Creator: Unknown
Parnell, (1679-1718), 1830. Thomas Parnell (1679-1718) Anglo-Irish poet and clergyman, educated at Trinity College, Dublin

Background imageParnell Collection: The Parnell Inquiry Commission, March 1889, (1901). Creator: Unknown

The Parnell Inquiry Commission, March 1889, (1901). Creator: Unknown
The Parnell Inquiry Commission, March 1889, (1901). The Parnell Commission was a judicial inquiry into allegations of crimes by Irish parliamentarian Charles Stewart Parnell which resulted in his

Background imageParnell Collection: Political Chess, 1887. Artist: Tom Merry

Political Chess, 1887. Artist: Tom Merry
Political Chess, 1887. Charles Parnell and WH Smith at the chess board; Smith, on the right, says Check and Parnell, his hand to his forehand, scans the pieces and says Confound him

Background imageParnell Collection: Just A goin to Begin!, 1887. Artist: Tom Merry

Just A goin to Begin!, 1887. Artist: Tom Merry
Just A goin to Begin!, 1887. WH Smith as a fairground showman, invites the public to his show; the principal parliamentary figures are there

Background imageParnell Collection: MG R type of Bill Esplen, ERA of Geg Parnell and MG of H Stuart-Wilton, Crystal Palace, 1939

MG R type of Bill Esplen, ERA of Geg Parnell and MG of H Stuart-Wilton, Crystal Palace, 1939
MG R 746S cc. Event Entry No: 2. Driver: Esplen, W. ERA 1060S cc. Event Entry No: 4. Driver: Parnell, R. MG 1087S cc. Event Entry No: 3. Driver: Wilton, H

Background imageParnell Collection: Reg Parnells MG K3 leading B Biras Maserati, JCC International Trophy, Brooklands

Reg Parnells MG K3 leading B Biras Maserati, JCC International Trophy, Brooklands
MG K3 1087S cc. Event Entry No: 28 Driver: Parnell, R. Background Maserati 2992 cc. Event Entry No: 4 Driver: B.Bira. Place: Brooklands. J.C.C. International Trophy. Date: 2.8.37

Background imageParnell Collection: Marc Parnell, The Under Ground, Eastbourne, Dec 2015. Artist: Brian O Connor

Marc Parnell, The Under Ground, Eastbourne, Dec 2015. Artist: Brian O Connor
Marc Parnell, The Under Ground, Eastbourne, Dec 2015

Background imageParnell Collection: Bill Coleman with Dunstall, Exall, Roberts and Parnell, The Under Ground, Eastbourne, 2015

Bill Coleman with Dunstall, Exall, Roberts and Parnell, The Under Ground, Eastbourne, 2015
Bill Coleman with Clive Dunstall, Richard Exall, Amy Roberts and Marc Parnell, The Under Ground, Eastbourne, East Sussex, Dec 2015

Background imageParnell Collection: Drummer Jack Parnell playing at the Middlesex and Herts Country Club, Harrow Weald, London, 1981

Drummer Jack Parnell playing at the Middlesex and Herts Country Club, Harrow Weald, London, 1981
Drummer Jack Parnell playing at the Middlesex and Herts Country Club, Harrow Weald, London, 28 July 1981

Background imageParnell Collection: Exhibition of photographs taken by Denis Williams at the 1978 Newport Jazz Festival

Exhibition of photographs taken by Denis Williams at the 1978 Newport Jazz Festival held at Ayresome Park, Middlesbrough. Drummer and bandleader Jack Parnell is on the right of the photograph

Background imageParnell Collection: Ted Heath Band drummer Jack Parnell playing at the Forum Theatre, Hatfield, Hertfordshire, 1983

Ted Heath Band drummer Jack Parnell playing at the Forum Theatre, Hatfield, Hertfordshire, 1983
Ted Heath Band drummer Jack Parnell playing at the Forum Theatre, Hatfield, Hertfordshire, 18 November 1983

Background imageParnell Collection: Jack Parnell playing at the Forum Theatre, Hatfield, Hertfordshire, 18 November 1983

Jack Parnell playing at the Forum Theatre, Hatfield, Hertfordshire, 18 November 1983

Background imageParnell Collection: The Ted Heath Orchestra in concert, London 1985. Pictured are Lennie Bush (double bass)

The Ted Heath Orchestra in concert, London 1985. Pictured are Lennie Bush (double bass), Kenny Baker (trumpet), Jack Parnell (drums) and Roy Willox (saxophone)

Background imageParnell Collection: The Ted Heath Orchestra performing live, London, 1985. Artist: Denis Williams

The Ted Heath Orchestra performing live, London, 1985. Artist: Denis Williams
The Ted Heath Orchestra performing live, London, 1985. Pictured are Norman Stenfalt (piano), Lita Roza (vocals), Lennie Bush (double bass) and Jack Parnell (drums)

Background imageParnell Collection: Drummers Jack Parnell and Barrett Deems, London, 1984. Artist: Denis Williams

Drummers Jack Parnell and Barrett Deems, London, 1984. Artist: Denis Williams
Drummers Jack Parnell and Barrett Deems, London, 1984

Background imageParnell Collection: Singer Marian Montgomery and drummer Jack Parnell, London, 1984. Artist: Denis Williams

Singer Marian Montgomery and drummer Jack Parnell, London, 1984. Artist: Denis Williams
Singer Marian Montgomery and drummer Jack Parnell, London, 1984

Background imageParnell Collection: Drummers Kenny Clare, Les DeMerle and Jack Parnell, London, 1979. Artist: Denis Williams

Drummers Kenny Clare, Les DeMerle and Jack Parnell, London, 1979. Artist: Denis Williams
Drummers Kenny Clare, Les DeMerle and Jack Parnell, London, 1979

Background imageParnell Collection: Jack Parnell, Buddy Rich and Steve Marcus at the Royal Festival Hall, London, 22 June 1985

Jack Parnell, Buddy Rich and Steve Marcus at the Royal Festival Hall, London, 22 June 1985

Background imageParnell Collection: The Land-Grabber Parade, 1889

The Land-Grabber Parade, 1889. From a supplement to United Ireland, 13 April 1889. United Ireland was a newsaper owned by Irish nationalist political leader Charles Stewart Parnell

Background imageParnell Collection: Urbi et Orbi, 1889

Urbi et Orbi, 1889. Henry Jeams, Sir Wretched Fibster and John Bull. Sir Wretched Fibster was the name given by Irish supporters of Home Rule to Sir Richard Webster (1842-1915)

Background imageParnell Collection: Constabulary guarding a government reporter at a plan of campaign meeting, Ireland, 1887

Constabulary guarding a government reporter at a plan of campaign meeting, Ireland, 1887. The Plan of Campaign was a strategy adopted by the Irish National League in support of tenant farmers in

Background imageParnell Collection: Charles Stewart Parnell, 19th century Irish political leader, (1900). Artist: William Lawrence

Charles Stewart Parnell, 19th century Irish political leader, (1900). Artist: William Lawrence
Charles Stewart Parnell, 19th century Irish political leader, (1900). Parnell (1846-1891) was a supporter of the Irish Land League

Background imageParnell Collection: Charles Stuart Parnell, 19th century Irish Politician, c1874-1891

Charles Stuart Parnell, 19th century Irish Politician, c1874-1891. Parnell (1846-1891) was a supporter of the Irish Land League

Background imageParnell Collection: The Irish Horse and Master (?), 1885. Artist: John Tenniel

The Irish Horse and Master (?), 1885. Artist: John Tenniel
The Irish Horse and Master (?), 1885. Mr Punch tells John Bull to ignore Charles Stewart Parnell (1846-1891), Irish politician, as he is sure to come a cropper riding the Irish horse

Background imageParnell Collection: A Waiting Game, 1886. Artist: John Tenniel

A Waiting Game, 1886. Artist: John Tenniel
A Waiting Game, 1886. Lord Randolph Churchill (left) trying to make Charles Stewart Parnell, Irish politician, show his hand and let Churchill

Background imageParnell Collection: Stay, Prithee, Stay!, 1886. Artist: Joseph Swain

Stay, Prithee, Stay!, 1886. Artist: Joseph Swain
Stay, Prithee, Stay!, 1886. Little Lord Randolph Churchill for the Conservatives, and Joseph Chamberlain for the Radical wing of the Liberals, beg Charles Parnell to keep his seat

Background imageParnell Collection: The Irish Guy Fawkes, 1880. Artist: Joseph Swain

The Irish Guy Fawkes, 1880. Artist: Joseph Swain
The Irish Guy Fawkes, 1880. This cartoon shows Charles Parnell, the Irish Nationalist leader, creeping past the barrels of the gunpowder of Rebellion, Sedition and Anarchy

Background imageParnell Collection: My Hearts in the Highlands!, 1888. Artist: Joseph Swain

My Hearts in the Highlands!, 1888. Artist: Joseph Swain
My Hearts in the Highlands!, 1888. The leader of the Home Rule Party, Charles Parnell, can be seen here setting his sights on the stag in the distance


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