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"Evans: A Journey Through Time and Icons" Step into the world of Evans, where history, art, sports, and literature intertwine to create a captivating narrative

Background imageEvans Collection: EyeUbiquitous_20109882

EyeUbiquitous_20109882
Greece, Crete, Knossos, Dolphin fresco in the Queens Megaron, Knossos Palace

Background imageEvans Collection: George Eliot, c1850, (1942). Creator: Francois d Albert Durade

George Eliot, c1850, (1942). Creator: Francois d Albert Durade
George Eliot, c1850, (1942). Portrait of British author George Eliot (1819-1880), born Mary Ann Evans. Painting in the National Portrait Gallery, London

Background imageEvans Collection: Amundsens Tent at the South Pole, January 1912, (1913). Artist: Henry Bowers

Amundsens Tent at the South Pole, January 1912, (1913). Artist: Henry Bowers
Amundsens Tent at the South Pole, January 1912, (1913). Expedition leader Captain Robert F Scott (1868-1912), Dr Edward Wilson (1872-1912) and Petty Officer Edgar Evans (1876-1912)

Background imageEvans Collection: Wolverhampton Wanderers Football Team, 1908

Wolverhampton Wanderers Football Team, 1908
Photograph of the Wolverhampton Wanderers Football team of the 1907-1908 season. The players pictured are: Back row, left to right: W. Shepherd (Director), W. Wooldridge (Captain), J. Jones, K

Background imageEvans Collection: George Eliot (Durade)

George Eliot (Durade)
GEORGE ELIOT nee Mary Ann Cross, later Evans. Writer, painted in 1849 - her most appealing portrait

Background imageEvans Collection: CHARLES EVANS HUGHES (1862-1948). American jurist. Steel engraving, c1930

CHARLES EVANS HUGHES (1862-1948). American jurist. Steel engraving, c1930

Background imageEvans Collection: George Eliot / Griff House

George Eliot / Griff House
GEORGE ELIOT (MARY ANN EVANS) Home at Griff House, Nuneaton

Background imageEvans Collection: The Kings Orb and Sceptre, 1937. Creator: Unknown

The Kings Orb and Sceptre, 1937. Creator: Unknown
The Kings Orb and Sceptre, 1937. From " The Crowning of The King and Queen". [Evans Brothers Limited, London, 1937]

Background imageEvans Collection: King George Vs Silver Jubilee, 1935, (1937). Creator: Unknown

King George Vs Silver Jubilee, 1935, (1937). Creator: Unknown
King George Vs Silver Jubilee, 1935, (1937). The Duke and Duchess of York with their children Princesses Elizabeth and Margaret Rose and the Duke and Duchess of Kent leaving St

Background imageEvans Collection: D H Evans, Oxford Street, London

D H Evans, Oxford Street, London
D H Evans department store, Oxford Street, London. circa 1910s

Background imageEvans Collection: Roy Rogers, Dale Evans and Trigger the horse

Roy Rogers, Dale Evans and Trigger the horse. Date: 20th century

Background imageEvans Collection: Wrapper design, Oliver Twist by Charles Dickens

Wrapper design, Oliver Twist by Charles Dickens
Wrapper design, first monthly instalment of the novel Oliver Twist by Charles Dickens, with illustrations by George Cruikshank, dated January 1846. 1846

Background imageEvans Collection: Early Precambrian Earth

Early Precambrian Earth
An impression of the Earths surface during the early Precambrian period (4, 500 to 543 million years ago), by Barry Evans

Background imageEvans Collection: Filming Scott of the Antarctic

Filming Scott of the Antarctic, with John Mills as Captain Scott RN, James Robertson Justice as Petty Officer Taff Evans, and Kenneth Moore as Lieutenant Evans

Background imageEvans Collection: Sulphur Well at Llanwrtyd Wells, Wales

Sulphur Well at Llanwrtyd Wells, Wales - a spa town, which grew up following the discovery of waters with amazing healing properties in 1732, by the Rev. Theophilus Evans

Background imageEvans Collection: TEXAS: COWBOY, c1910. A cowboy holding a rope around the neck of a bucking bronco on a ranch in

TEXAS: COWBOY, c1910. A cowboy holding a rope around the neck of a bucking bronco on a ranch in Texas. Photograph by Erwin Evans Smith, c1910

Background imageEvans Collection: Ferrari 250 GTO series 2

Ferrari 250 GTO series 2

Background imageEvans Collection: FOLKLORE / JERSEY DEVIL

FOLKLORE / JERSEY DEVIL
Winged creature with horse- like head seen by Mr & Mrs Nelson Evans on shed roof at Gloucester City, New Jersey - and by many other witnesses over a long period

Background imageEvans Collection: Members of the Polar Party Having A Meal in Camp, c1911, (1913)

Members of the Polar Party Having A Meal in Camp, c1911, (1913)
Members of the Polar Party Having A Meal in Camp (Left to right - P.O. Evans, Bowers, Wilson, Scott. Enlarged from a cinematograph film), c1911, (1913)

Background imageEvans Collection: Poets and Novelists of the Victorian Era, late 19th century

Poets and Novelists of the Victorian Era, late 19th century. Charlotte Bronte; William Makepeace Thackeray; George Eliot; Robert Browning; Elizabeth Barrett Browning; Tom Hood; Charles Dickens;

Background imageEvans Collection: Looking North in McMurdo Sound, 1911, (1946). Creator: Edward Wilson

Looking North in McMurdo Sound, 1911, (1946). Creator: Edward Wilson
Looking North in McMurdo Sound, 1911, (1946). View of seals in Antarctica by Dr Edward Wilson, a member of Robert Falcon Scotts doomed expedition to the South Pole

Background imageEvans Collection: MG J2s of Kennneth and Doreen Evans, Mid Surrey AC Barnstaple Trial, Tarr Steps, Exmoor, 1934

MG J2s of Kennneth and Doreen Evans, Mid Surrey AC Barnstaple Trial, Tarr Steps, Exmoor, 1934
MG J2 1932 847 cc. Reg. No. YY1168. No: 41. Driver: Evans, K.D. Chassis No. J2193. Centre: MG J2 1932 847 cc.Reg. No. AGY339. Entry No: 42. Driver: Evans, Miss. D.B.M. Chassis No. J3280

Background imageEvans Collection: The Cook, 1930. Artist: John Tenniel

The Cook, 1930. Artist: John Tenniel
The Cook, 1930. The Cook from Lewis Carrolls (1832-1898) Alice in Wonderland. After an illustration by John Tenniel (1820-1914) colour printed by Edward Evans (1826-1905)

Background imageEvans Collection: Scene from Silas Marner by George Eliot, 1882. Artist: Mary L Gow

Scene from Silas Marner by George Eliot, 1882. Artist: Mary L Gow
Scene from Silas Marner by George Eliot, 1882. Eppie, the orphan adopted by the lonely miser and linen-weaver, Silas Marner

Background imageEvans Collection: Mycenaean Linear A tablet

Mycenaean Linear A tablet
Minoan Linear A tablet from Aghia Triadha, from the Archaeological Museum of Heracleions collection in Crete. Linear A is an early Mycenean writing system that has not yet been deciphered

Background imageEvans Collection: Pantomime artist Will Evans with his children

Pantomime artist Will Evans with his children
Will Evans (1866 -1931) was an eccentric comedian who performed in pantomime from a young age, and appeared on the music halls in the 1890s

Background imageEvans Collection: Pictographs and linear script symbols

Pictographs and linear script symbols. The British archaeologist Arthur Evans (1851-1941) found thousands of clay tablets dating from the second millennium BC at Knossos, Crete

Background imageEvans Collection: Steam lorry, Llandyssil, Powys, Mid Wales

Steam lorry, Llandyssil, Powys, Mid Wales
A steam lorry (Manns patent steam cart) belonging to Evans & Jones, haulage contractors, laden with goods which have just been loaded from a train at Llandysul (or Llandyssil)

Background imageEvans Collection: The Head Quarters of the 1910 - 13 Scott Polar Expedition

The Head Quarters of the 1910 - 13 Scott Polar Expedition
A view showing Cape Evans where Captain Scott pitched his headquarters for his last expedition to the South Pole. The main positions of the surrounding district are also shown

Background imageEvans Collection: Neil Harvey batting in the Fourth Test Match, Headingley, 19

Neil Harvey batting in the Fourth Test Match, Headingley, 19
Photograph of (Robert) Neil Harvey, the Australian batsman, playing a shot in the Fourth Test Match between England and Australia, Headingley Cricket Ground, 1948

Background imageEvans Collection: Ts Eliot (Evans)

Ts Eliot (Evans)
THOMAS STEARNS ELIOT American writer

Background imageEvans Collection: Sir Samuel Evans at Prize Court, London, WW1

Sir Samuel Evans at Prize Court, London, WW1
Sir Samuel Evans, in September 1914, presiding over the first Prize Court held at the London Law Courts since 1856. 1914

Background imageEvans Collection: Douglas DC-3S N1R

Douglas DC-3S N1R (msn 4129) of the BROOKLYN DODGERS (Brooklyn National League Baseball Club), marked with Dodgers World Champions just behind the entry door

Background imageEvans Collection: The First Western Party in a Natural Ice-Tunnel, c1911, (1913). Artist: T Griffith Taylor

The First Western Party in a Natural Ice-Tunnel, c1911, (1913). Artist: T Griffith Taylor
The First Western Party in a Natural Ice-Tunnel Amid The Pinnacles of the Koettlitz Glacier (Edgar Evans standing), c1911, (1913)

Background imageEvans Collection: At The South Pole, (Bowers pulls the string), January 1912, (1913). Artist: Henry Bowers

At The South Pole, (Bowers pulls the string), January 1912, (1913). Artist: Henry Bowers
At The South Pole, (Bowers pulls the string), January 1912, (1913). Left to right: Captain Lawrence Oates, Captain Robert Falcon Scott, Petty Officer Edgar Evans

Background imageEvans Collection: Admiral Teddy Evans, (1881-1957), British naval officer and Antarctic explorer, 1916

Admiral Teddy Evans, (1881-1957), British naval officer and Antarctic explorer, 1916
Admiral Edward Ratcliffe Garth Russell Evans, 1st Baron Mountevans (1881-1957), known as Teddy Evans, was a British naval officer and Antarctic explorer, 1916

Background imageEvans Collection: Music cover, Puss! Puss! Puss

Music cover, Puss! Puss! Puss! Comedy song waltz, words by Robert Hargreaves and Stanley J Damerell, music by Tolchard Evans. 1932

Background imageEvans Collection: Street scene with trams and shops, Kobe, Japan

Street scene with trams and shops, Kobe, Japan. Date: circa 1910s

Background imageEvans Collection: Cartoon, Fred Evans in clown costume

Cartoon, Fred Evans in clown costume
Cartoon, Fred Evans in his clown costume. He performed at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, London. 1879

Background imageEvans Collection: George Eliot / Rosehill

George Eliot / Rosehill
GEORGE ELIOT (MARY ANN EVANS) Home of the English novelists friends, the Brays, at Rosehill, near Coventry Date: 1819 - 1880

Background imageEvans Collection: Linnaeus (Evans)

Linnaeus (Evans)
CARL VON LINNE, known as LINNAEUS Swedish naturalist Date: 1707-1778

Background imageEvans Collection: PENNSYLVANIA: EASTON, 1936. View of Easton, Pennsylvania. Photograph by Walker Evans

PENNSYLVANIA: EASTON, 1936. View of Easton, Pennsylvania. Photograph by Walker Evans, 1936

Background imageEvans Collection: Georgiana Countes Bandon

Georgiana Countes Bandon
GEORGIANA DOROTHEA HARRIET EVANS-FREKE, countess BANDON wife of James Francis, fourth earl Date: CIRCA 1880

Background imageEvans Collection: Birmingham FC football team 1936

Birmingham FC football team 1936. Back row: Evans (Assistant Trainer), Grosvenor, Lea, Clack, Fillingham, Hibbs, Booton, Morral, Gibson (Trainer)

Background imageEvans Collection: Evans Vacuum Cap advertisement, 1906

Evans Vacuum Cap advertisement, 1906
Advertisement for the Evans Vacuum Cap, an invention intented to promote the re-growth of hair, 1906

Background imageEvans Collection: Cambridge Uni Punting

Cambridge Uni Punting
Punting on the Cam, near Kings College : one student who had rooms on the top floor on the left was Hilary Evans, writer and picture librarian

Background imageEvans Collection: Mountain goat on peak, Mt

Mountain goat on peak, Mt. Evans, Colorado, United States of America, North America

Background imageEvans Collection: Review in the Tatler

Review in the Tatler
A theatrical review in The Tatler of the play Roberts Wife featuring cartoons by Tom Titt of Owen Nares, Edith Evans and Robert Holmes



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"Evans: A Journey Through Time and Icons" Step into the world of Evans, where history, art, sports, and literature intertwine to create a captivating narrative. From Amundsens Tent at the South Pole in 1912 to the Wolverhampton Wanderers Football Team of 1908, each hint unveils a different facet of this enigmatic name. In Henry Bowers' masterpiece "Amundsens Tent at the South Pole, " we witness an expedition frozen in time. The resilience and determination embodied by these explorers mirror the spirit himself. The Wolverhampton Wanderers Football Team takes us back to a glorious era in sports history. Their camaraderie on the field symbolizes unity and teamwork – values that resonate with Evans throughout his journey. As we delve deeper into Evans' story, we encounter The Kings Orb and Sceptre from 1937. Crafted by an unknown artist, these regal symbols remind us of power and authority – qualities that may have defined our mysterious protagonist. George Eliot's portrait as Durade captures her intellectual prowess. Perhaps there is a connection between this literary genius and our enigmatic Evans? Could they share a passion for storytelling or possess similar creative spirits? Charles Evans Hughes emerges as another significant figure linked to our narrative. As an American jurist depicted in steel engraving circa 1930s, Hughes represents justice and integrity – traits that might be intrinsic to our elusive character. Griff House was once home to George Eliot herself; it stands as a testament to her legacy. Does this historical residence hold any secrets about our intriguing subject named Evans? Roy Rogers, Dale Evans, and their beloved horse Trigger bring joy through their entertainment endeavors. Their presence suggests that amidst mystery lies moments of light-heartedness within Evan's life story. King George V's Silver Jubilee celebration transports us back to 1935 when jubilation filled every corner.