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Images Dated 7th January 2009

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Yorkshire Cricket, 1892. Artist: Spy Featured 7 Jan 2009 Image

Yorkshire Cricket, 1892. Artist: Spy

Yorkshire Cricket, 1892. A portrait of Lord Hawke. Martin Bladen Hawke, 7th Baron Hawke (1860-1938) captained the Yorkshire County Cricket Club for 28 seasons. He also captained England in four test matches, winning all of them. After retiring as a player he served as a selector for the England team as President of the MCC. Cartoon from Vanity Fair, 24th September 1892

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Enclosed drive Rolls-Royce cabriolet with extension closed, c1910-1929(?) Featured 7 Jan 2009 Image

Enclosed drive Rolls-Royce cabriolet with extension closed, c1910-1929(?)

Enclosed drive Rolls-Royce cabriolet with extension closed, c1910-1929(?). A print from the Thrupp and Maberly Ltd's coachbuilding handbook or catalogue

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Vicar General, 1902. Artist: Spy Featured 7 Jan 2009 Image

Vicar General, 1902. Artist: Spy

Vicar General, 1902. Charles Alfred Cripps KC MP, British barrister and politican. Cripps (1852-1941) became a QC in 1890 and served as Attorney General to the Prince of Wales from 1895 until 1914. He served as a Conservative MP for Stroud (1895-1900), Stretford (1901-1906) and Wycombe (1910-1914) before accepting a peerage. In 1923 he crossed the floor of the House of Lords to join the Labour Party and was Leader of the Labour Peers from 1928-1931. A devout Anglican, Cripps was closely involved in Church affairs and served as Vicar-General of York in 1900 and of Canterbury in 1902. Cartoon from Vanity Fair, 10th April 1902

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