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"Carter: Under the Protection of the Gods, Sunderland Win FA Cup 1937" In a moment that seemed divinely ordained

Background imageCarter Collection: Under the Protection of the Gods

Under the Protection of the Gods: A Fantasy of ancient and Modern Egypt. A drawing by Howard Carter showing a hoopoe in the crack of a wall which has ancient Egyptian paintings

Background imageCarter Collection: Dan Carter

Dan Carter New Zealand Rugby Union England V New Zealand Rugby UnionInvestec International Twickenham, Middlesex, England 06 November 2010 INVESTEC INTERNATIONAL Date: 06 November 2010

Background imageCarter Collection: Sunderland win FA Cup 1937

Sunderland win FA Cup 1937
George VI and Queen Elizabeth present the FA Cup to Raich Carter, captain of the winning Sunderland team after the cup final at Wembley against Preston North End. 1937

Background imageCarter Collection: Brigham Young - Mormon Leader and Wives

Brigham Young - Mormon Leader and Wives
Brigham Young (1801-1877) - Leader in the Latter Day Saint movement and American settler. President of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (The Mormons) from 1847 until 1877

Background imageCarter Collection: Howard Carter / Men Tomb

Howard Carter / Men Tomb
Howard Carter and companions inspect the sarchophagus of Tutankhamen in his tomb in the Valley of the Kings, near Luxor

Background imageCarter Collection: Violet Bonham-Carter, c. 1915

Violet Bonham-Carter, c. 1915
Photographic portrait of Violet Bonham-Carter (1887-1969), nee Asquith, the Liberal politician and Governor of the BBC, pictured c.1915

Background imageCarter Collection: Mrs Sullivan of Covent Garden Market

Mrs Sullivan of Covent Garden Market
Mrs Sullivan, or Auntie of the Garden, a famous character in Covent Garden Market who earned her living from looking after the carters whips

Background imageCarter Collection: Ketch Elizabeth loading cargo at Mother Iveys Bay, St Merryn, Cornwall. Early 1900s

Ketch Elizabeth loading cargo at Mother Iveys Bay, St Merryn, Cornwall. Early 1900s
Ketch Elizabeth loading cargo (possibly sand) at Mother Iveys Bay. The ketch is possibly the Elizabeth Couch of Barnstaple built at Bideford in 1838 or it may the Elizabeth of Burton upon Stather

Background imageCarter Collection: Chelsea Follies Revue by Archibald de Bear and R. Arkell

Chelsea Follies Revue by Archibald de Bear and R. Arkell
Chelsea Follies Revue devised by Archibald de Bear (1882 - 1959) and Reginald Arkell (1889 - 1962). Presented by R.H. Gillespie with music by Wolseley Charles (1889 - 1962)

Background imageCarter Collection: Advertisement, Carters Little Liver Pills, WW1

Advertisement, Carters Little Liver Pills, WW1
Advertisement, Carters Little Liver Pills for Active Service, showing a man undergoing an army medical examination during the early stages of the First World War. Date: 1914

Background imageCarter Collection: Page of Victorian adverts - 1890

Page of Victorian adverts - 1890
Various adverts for The Graphic, May 1890. May 1890

Background imageCarter Collection: United States Air Force - Convair B-36A Peacemaker

United States Air Force - Convair B-36A Peacemaker 44-92015 (msn 12) This aircraft was the first B-36 delivery to an operational unit when it taxied under its own power from Air Force Plant 4 to

Background imageCarter Collection: Ron Carter, North Sea Jazz Festival, The Hague, Netherlands, 2003. Creator: Brian Foskett

Ron Carter, North Sea Jazz Festival, The Hague, Netherlands, 2003. Creator: Brian Foskett
Ron Carter, North Sea Jazz Festival, The Hague, Netherlands, 2003

Background imageCarter Collection: Seven Days Leave, Lyceum Theatre, Strand, London

Seven Days Leave, Lyceum Theatre, Strand, London
Seven Days Leave, a new play by Walter Howard, at the Lyceum Theatre, Strand, London. With Alfred Paumier as Captain Fielding, Annie Saker as Lady Mary, and Leslie Carter as Colonel Sharrow

Background imageCarter Collection: A Bull in a China Shop, 1808

A Bull in a China Shop, 1808
A Bull in a China Shop, pub. 1808 (hand colured engraving)

Background imageCarter Collection: The Fast Mail by Lincoln J. Carter

The Fast Mail by Lincoln J. Carter. First produced in England at Rochdale on 26th December 1891 and at the Grand Theatre, Islington, London on 27th June 1892

Background imageCarter Collection: Death Plaque in the name of David Harrison

Death Plaque in the name of David Harrison. E. Carter Preston

Background imageCarter Collection: Mr Howard Carter

Mr Howard Carter
Howard Carter (1874-1939) British egyptologist, famed for his discovery of Tutankhamens tomb. Born in 1874, he went to Egypt as a draughtsman in 1891 and studied the inscriptions

Background imageCarter Collection: Sphere cover - Howard Carter removing treasures, Tutankhamen

Sphere cover - Howard Carter removing treasures, Tutankhamen
Front cover of The Sphere with an illustration depicting Howard Carter removing treasures from the tomb of Tutankhamen at Luxor

Background imageCarter Collection: Jimmy Carter / Sadat / Begin

Jimmy Carter / Sadat / Begin
JIMMY CARTER 39th American President (1977-81) seen here during the Palestine-Israeli peace talks with Sadat and Begin Date: 1924 -

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APPLEBY
A carter waters his horse near the bridge at Appleby, Westmoreland. Date: 1799

Background imageCarter Collection: DON CARTER (1926- ). American bowler. Photograph, 1963

DON CARTER (1926- ). American bowler. Photograph, 1963

Background imageCarter Collection: Advert for Festival of Britain constructional engineers

Advert for Festival of Britain constructional engineers
Advertisement for constructional engineers, Horseley Bridge and Thomas Piggott Ltd and Carter-Horseley (Engineers) Ltd, who built some of the structures for the Festival of Britain exhibition

Background imageCarter Collection: CARTER: POSTER, 1936. American poster of Charles Joseph Carter ( Carter the Great)

CARTER: POSTER, 1936. American poster of Charles Joseph Carter ( Carter the Great ) sawing a woman in half

Background imageCarter Collection: Sir Ralph Richardson as Timon of Athens

Sir Ralph Richardson as Timon of Athens
Sir Ralph Richardson (1902 - 1983), British stage and screen actor, drawn by Youngman Carter in the Shakespearean role of Timon of Athens

Background imageCarter Collection: Howard Carter at the excavation of Tutankhamun

Howard Carter at the excavation of Tutankhamun
The photograph shows Howard Carter and an Egyptian removing the Typhonic Couch from the Tomb of Tutankhamun

Background imageCarter Collection: Removal from Tomb

Removal from Tomb
Howard Carter supervises the removal of treasures from the tomb of Tutankhamen, in the Valley of the Kings, near Luxor

Background imageCarter Collection: Egypt / Tutankhamen

Egypt / Tutankhamen
Howard Carter at the tomb of Tutankhamen, in the Valley of the Kings, near Luxor

Background imageCarter Collection: View of the antechamber of the Tomb of Tutankhamun, Valley of the Kings, Egypt, 1922

View of the antechamber of the Tomb of Tutankhamun, Valley of the Kings, Egypt, 1922. The tomb of the 18th Dynasty Ancient Egyptian Pharaoh Tutankhamun (ruled 1333-1323 BC)

Background imageCarter Collection: Suffragette Southwold Express Bomb

Suffragette Southwold Express Bomb. The Southwold Express train is about to be sabotaged by the suffragette who, sitting in the branch of a tree, lobs a bomb at the engine

Background imageCarter Collection: MORMON WAGON TRAIN, 1879. A Mormon wagon train on its way to Utah. Photographed by C

MORMON WAGON TRAIN, 1879. A Mormon wagon train on its way to Utah. Photographed by C.W. Carter, 1879

Background imageCarter Collection: The discoverers of Tutankhamen

The discoverers of Tutankhamen
Standing on the steps leading to the doorway of Tutankhamens tomb are (from left to right) Lady Evelyn Herbert, her father Lord Carnarvon, Mr Howard Carter and Mr B

Background imageCarter Collection: Eversley Rectory

Eversley Rectory
Illustration of Eversley Rectory, the home of Charles Kingsley between 1844 & 1875. Artist: Sydney Carter Date: 1904

Background imageCarter Collection: The highland fling

The highland fling. Originated in Scotland. A solo Highland dance that gained popularity in the early 19th century. Artist: Sydney Carter Date: 1905

Background imageCarter Collection: The Carter being visited by death

The Carter being visited by death
3478604 The Carter being visited by death; (add.info.: Illustration depicting the Carter being visited by death'. Dated 16th Century.); Universal History Archive/UIG

Background imageCarter Collection: Queen Caroline Britain's best hope England's sheet anchor. On the anchor is written Magna Carter

Queen Caroline Britain's best hope England's sheet anchor. On the anchor is written Magna Carter, The People
527964 Queen Caroline Britain's best hope England's sheet anchor. On the anchor is written Magna Carter, The People, Bill of Rights, Constitution

Background imageCarter Collection: The Carter illustrated catalogue for invalid comforts, 19th century

The Carter illustrated catalogue for invalid comforts, 19th century
5308979 The Carter illustrated catalogue for invalid comforts, 19th century; (add.info.: The Carter illustrated catalogue for invalid comforts)

Background imageCarter Collection: Samuel P. Carter: brevet major general who served in the Union Army during the American Civil War

Samuel P. Carter: brevet major general who served in the Union Army during the American Civil War (b/w photo)
5668974 Samuel P. Carter: brevet major general who served in the Union Army during the American Civil War (b/w photo); (add.info.: Photograph of original carte de visite taken circa 1860. Samuel P)

Background imageCarter Collection: Wagon loaded with sacks of corn on the road to the flour mill

Wagon loaded with sacks of corn on the road to the flour mill. Carter walks in front of his team of two carthorses with
533921 Wagon loaded with sacks of corn on the road to the flour mill. Carter walks in front of his team of two carthorses with his whip held aloft. Illustration from children's book, London 1860

Background imageCarter Collection: The Christmas Wagon: Carter and his team struggling through the snow

The Christmas Wagon: Carter and his team struggling through the snow. Colour-printed engraving London 1866
533868 The Christmas Wagon: Carter and his team struggling through the snow. Colour-printed engraving London 1866; (add.info.: The Christmas Wagon: Carter and his team struggling through the snow)

Background imageCarter Collection: Howard Carter (left) and Lord Carnarvon break through into the inner tomb, 1923

Howard Carter (left) and Lord Carnarvon break through into the inner tomb, 1923. Creator: Burton, Harry (1879-1940)
Howard Carter (left) and Lord Carnarvon break through into the inner tomb, 1923. Found in the collection of the The Griffith Institute

Background imageCarter Collection: Howard Carter with Coffin of Tutankhamun, 1925. Creator: Burton, Harry (1879-1940)

Howard Carter with Coffin of Tutankhamun, 1925. Creator: Burton, Harry (1879-1940)
Howard Carter with Coffin of Tutankhamun, 1925. Found in the collection of the The Griffith Institute

Background imageCarter Collection: Howard Carter, discoverer of Tutankhamun's tomb, 1925. Creator: Photo studio Meurisse

Howard Carter, discoverer of Tutankhamun's tomb, 1925. Creator: Photo studio Meurisse
Howard Carter, discoverer of Tutankhamun's tomb, 1925. Private Collection

Background imageCarter Collection: Howard Carter and Lord Carnarvon with Coffin of Tutankhamun. Creator: Anonymous

Howard Carter and Lord Carnarvon with Coffin of Tutankhamun. Creator: Anonymous
Howard Carter and Lord Carnarvon with Coffin of Tutankhamun. Private Collection

Background imageCarter Collection: Portrait of Howard Carter (1874-1939), ca 1924-1925. Creator: Carter, William (1863-1939)

Portrait of Howard Carter (1874-1939), ca 1924-1925. Creator: Carter, William (1863-1939)
Portrait of Howard Carter (1874-1939), ca 1924-1925. Private Collection

Background imageCarter Collection: The Temple of Hatshepsut, 1899. Creator: Carter, Howard (1874-1939)

The Temple of Hatshepsut, 1899. Creator: Carter, Howard (1874-1939)
The Temple of Hatshepsut, 1899. Private Collection

Background imageCarter Collection: The Valley of the Kings, 1914. Creator: Carter, Howard (1874-1939)

The Valley of the Kings, 1914. Creator: Carter, Howard (1874-1939)
The Valley of the Kings, 1914. Private Collection

Background imageCarter Collection: Country Road Scene in Winter - drawn by Foster, 1850. Creator: Edmund Evans

Country Road Scene in Winter - drawn by Foster, 1850. Creator: Edmund Evans
Country Road Scene in Winter - drawn by Foster, 1850. A carter pulls to one side for a stagecoach with schoolboys travelling home for the Christmas holidays



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"Carter: Under the Protection of the Gods, Sunderland Win FA Cup 1937" In a moment that seemed divinely ordained, Carter found themselves under the protection of the gods as they witnessed Sunderland's historic victory in the FA Cup of 1937. The air was thick with anticipation and excitement as fans cheered on their beloved team, basking in the glory of this remarkable triumph. But Carter's story doesn't end there; it stretches back through time, intertwining with significant figures and events. Brigham Young, a prominent Mormon leader known for his multiple wives, left an indelible mark on history. His influence resonated far beyond his religious community. Violet Bonham-Carter captured hearts with her timeless beauty in a photograph from around 1915. Her elegance and grace were emblematic of an era long gone but never forgotten. Mrs Sullivan of Covent Garden Market stood proudly amidst vibrant displays of fruits and vegetables - a testament to her hard work and dedication to providing fresh produce to Londoners. Her presence symbolized resilience and determination. The name "Appleby" evokes images of Victorian times when life was simpler yet filled with wonderment. A page from a collection of adverts dating back to 1890 offers glimpses into this bygone era where innovation met tradition. Ron Carter took center stage at the North Sea Jazz Festival in The Hague, Netherlands in 2003. His mesmerizing performance captivated audiences who marveled at his musical prowess and artistry. The ketch Elizabeth loading cargo at Mother Iveys Bay transports us back to early 1900s Cornwall - a time when maritime trade thrived along its picturesque coastline. This snapshot encapsulates both industry and natural beauty harmoniously intertwined. Archibald de Bear's Chelsea Follies Revue brought joyous laughter during an age marked by uncertainty - reminding people that even during challenging times, entertainment can uplift spirits and bring communities together.