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Wimbledon Collection

Background imageWimbledon Collection: Where Do You Want To Go?, 1922. Creator: Unknown

Where Do You Want To Go?, 1922. Creator: Unknown
Where Do You Want To Go?, 1922. From The Romance of Modern Railways, by T. W. Corbin. [Seeley Service & Co. Limited, London, 1922]

Background imageWimbledon Collection: Prossers Wooden Railway, Wimbledon Common, 1845. Creator: Unknown

Prossers Wooden Railway, Wimbledon Common, 1845. Creator: Unknown
Prossers Wooden Railway, Wimbledon Common, 1845....a System of Tram-ways composed entirely of Wood, which the inventor, Mr

Background imageWimbledon Collection: Carpet, Wimbledon, 1887. Creator: William Morris

Carpet, Wimbledon, 1887. Creator: William Morris
Carpet, Wimbledon, 1887

Background imageWimbledon 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 imageWimbledon Collection: The King as Lawn-Tennis Player, 1926, (1937). Creator: Unknown

The King as Lawn-Tennis Player, 1926, (1937). Creator: Unknown
The King as Lawn-Tennis Player, 1926, (1937). From " The Crowning of The King and Queen". [Evans Brothers Limited, London, 1937]. Louis Greig and George IV play tennis doubles at Wimbledon

Background imageWimbledon Collection: Service, 1926 (1937)

Service, 1926 (1937)
Service - Duke of York playing tennis at Wimbledon 1926 (1937). From Coronation Souvenir Book 1937, edited by Gordon Beckles. [Daily Express, London, 1937]

Background imageWimbledon Collection: The Light Horse Volunteers of London & Westminster, 1798. Artist: Thomas Rowlandson

The Light Horse Volunteers of London & Westminster, 1798. Artist: Thomas Rowlandson
The Light Horse Volunteers of London & Westminster commanded by Col. Herries, reviewed by His Majesty (George III) on Wimbledon Common, 5th July 1798

Background imageWimbledon 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 imageWimbledon Collection: Aerial view of Wimbledon, 1939

Aerial view of Wimbledon, 1939. The All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club (AELTC), also known as the All-England Club, was founded on 23 July 1868

Background imageWimbledon Collection: Thrice Champion, 1904. Artist: Spy

Thrice Champion, 1904. Artist: Spy
Thrice Champion, 1904. Lawrence Doherty won the mens singles title at Wimbledon five consecutive times between 1902 and 1906

Background imageWimbledon Collection: At Wimbledon, 1926 (1937)

At Wimbledon, 1926 (1937). In 1926 The Duke of York and Louis Greig (1880-1953) played in the mens doubles at Wimbledon but were defeated by Arthur Gore (1868-1928)

Background imageWimbledon Collection: Queens Mere, Wimbledon, c1910

Queens Mere, Wimbledon, c1910. Queens Mere pond, Wimbledon

Background imageWimbledon Collection: The Windmill, Wimbledon Common, c1910

The Windmill, Wimbledon Common, c1910. [Shureys Publications, c1910]

Background imageWimbledon 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 imageWimbledon Collection: Fred Perry, 1935

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

Background imageWimbledon Collection: The first Victory match, June 1945. Artist: Planet News Ltd

The first Victory match, June 1945. Artist: Planet News Ltd
The first Victory match, June 1945. Group Captain Sir Louis Greig, Air Chief Marshal Sir Auther Tedder, Brig - General EF Koenig, Queen Mary, The Duchess of Kent, and Princess Nicholas of Greece

Background imageWimbledon 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 imageWimbledon Collection: Donald Budge, 1937. Artist: Fox Photos

Donald Budge, 1937. Artist: Fox Photos
Donald Budge, 1937. A print from Wimbledon Story, by Norah Gordon Cleather, Sporting Handbooks Ltd, London, 1947

Background imageWimbledon 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

Background imageWimbledon Collection: The cushion bombardment of No 1 Court, Davis Cup, Wimbledon, 1935. Artist: Planet News Ltd

The cushion bombardment of No 1 Court, Davis Cup, Wimbledon, 1935. Artist: Planet News Ltd
The cushion bombardment of No 1 Court due to play being cancelled as a result of rain, Davis Cup, Wimbledon, 1935. A print from Wimbledon Story, by Norah Gordon Cleather, Sporting Handbooks Ltd

Background imageWimbledon Collection: Henri Cochet, the fastest player of his time, Wimbledon, 1927

Henri Cochet, the fastest player of his time, Wimbledon, 1927
Henri Cochet, the fastest player of his time, 1927. A print from Wimbledon Story, by Norah Gordon Cleather, Sporting Handbooks Ltd, London, 1947

Background imageWimbledon Collection: The Duke of York and his doubles partner Wing Commander Sir Louis Greig, Wimbledon 1926

The Duke of York and his doubles partner Wing Commander Sir Louis Greig, Wimbledon 1926. Artist: London News Agency
The Duke of York, prepares to partner Wing Commander Sir Louis Greig in the Wimbledon Doubles Championship, 1926. A print from Wimbledon Story, by Norah Gordon Cleather, Sporting Handbooks Ltd

Background imageWimbledon Collection: Jean Borotra receives his medal from Queen Mary on centre court, 1926. Artist: London News Agency

Jean Borotra receives his medal from Queen Mary on centre court, 1926. Artist: London News Agency
Jean Borotra receives his medal from Queen Mary on centre court, 1926. King George V prepares to congratulate him. A print from Wimbledon Story, by Norah Gordon Cleather, Sporting Handbooks Ltd

Background imageWimbledon Collection: Suzanne Lenglen (left) and Elizabeth Ryan before their last singles match at Wimbledon, 1925

Suzanne Lenglen (left) and Elizabeth Ryan before their last singles match at Wimbledon, 1925. A print from Wimbledon Story, by Norah Gordon Cleather, Sporting Handbooks Ltd, London, 1947

Background imageWimbledon Collection: JO Anderson (left) with WM ( Little Bill ) Johnston, 1923. Artist: Tropical Press

JO Anderson (left) with WM ( Little Bill ) Johnston, 1923. Artist: Tropical Press
JO Anderson (left) with WM ( Little Bill ) Johnston, 1923. A print from Wimbledon Story, by Norah Gordon Cleather, Sporting Handbooks Ltd, London, 1947

Background imageWimbledon Collection: Helen Wills playing her first Wimbledon final against Kathleen McKane, 1924. Artist: Tropical Press

Helen Wills playing her first Wimbledon final against Kathleen McKane, 1924. Artist: Tropical Press
Helen Wills playing her first Wimbledon final against Kathleen McKane, 1924. A print from Wimbledon Story, by Norah Gordon Cleather, Sporting Handbooks Ltd, London, 1947

Background imageWimbledon Collection: Mrs Mallory (left) and Suzanne Lenglen before their famous first final at the new Wimbledon, 1922

Mrs Mallory (left) and Suzanne Lenglen before their famous first final at the new Wimbledon, 1922. A print from Wimbledon Story, by Norah Gordon Cleather, Sporting Handbooks Ltd, London, 1947

Background imageWimbledon Collection: Queen Victoria firing the first shot at Wimbledon, July 1860, (1887). Artist: William Barnes Wollen

Queen Victoria firing the first shot at Wimbledon, July 1860, (1887). Artist: William Barnes Wollen
Queen Victoria firing the first shot at Wimbledon, July 1860, (1887). The queen opens the first meeting of the National Rifle Association by firing the first shot from a Whitworth rifle

Background imageWimbledon Collection: Suzanne Lenglen playing Miss McKane, Wimbledon, London, 1926-1927

Suzanne Lenglen playing Miss McKane, Wimbledon, London, 1926-1927
A tennis match between Suzanne Lenglen and Kathleen McKane, Wimbledon, London, 1926-1927. From Wonderful London, volume II, edited by Arthur St John Adcock, published by Amalgamated Press (London)

Background imageWimbledon Collection: George Eliots house, Wimbledon Park, London, 1912. Artist: Frederick Adcock

George Eliots house, Wimbledon Park, London, 1912. Artist: Frederick Adcock
George Eliots house, Wimbledon Park, London, 1912. The home of English novelist Mary Anne Evans (1819-1880), better known by her pen name of George Eliot

Background imageWimbledon Collection: A womens final at the old Wimbledon, 1905

A womens final at the old Wimbledon, 1905. Miss Sutton challenging Miss D K Douglass. May Sutton became the first American woman to win the Wimbledon singles title

Background imageWimbledon Collection: Suzanne Lenglen winning her first championship at Wimbledon, 1919, (1930)

Suzanne Lenglen winning her first championship at Wimbledon, 1919, (1930). Suzanne Rachel Flore Lenglen (1899-1938) was the first female tennis celebrity

Background imageWimbledon Collection: Wimbledon Common and the Windmill, c1900, (1912)

Wimbledon Common and the Windmill, c1900, (1912). Wimbledon Windmill, in 1816, Charles March, a carpenter of Roehampton gained permission to build the windmill, completing the project in 1817

Background imageWimbledon Collection: The Horse Car at Wimbledon, 1872

The Horse Car at Wimbledon, 1872. Horse-drawn public transport on rails. A print from The Graphic, (13 July 1872). Hand-coloured later

Background imageWimbledon Collection: Windmill on Wimbledon Common, 1880. Artist: Robert Taylor Pritchett

Windmill on Wimbledon Common, 1880. Artist: Robert Taylor Pritchett
Windmill on Wimbledon Common, 1880. An illustration from Windsor Castle and the Water-Way Thither by W H Davenport Adams, published by Marcus Ward and Co, (London, 1880)

Background imageWimbledon Collection: The Duke of York as a competitor in the mens doubles at Wimbledon, 1926, (1937)

The Duke of York as a competitor in the mens doubles at Wimbledon, 1926, (1937). A photograph from the Illustrated London News: Coronation Record Number, (London, 1937)

Background imageWimbledon Collection: Post mill, Wimbledon Common, near London, c1840. Artist: Castle

Post mill, Wimbledon Common, near London, c1840. Artist: Castle
Post mill, Wimbledon Common, near London, c1840. This mill has a fantail and a gallery giving access to the sails and external mechanism


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