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1920s-1930s

Collection: Photographs from album which appears to have been compiled by Private Patrick Joseph Dolan, number 3708566, 1st Battalion, King's Own Royal Regiment.

 


Inter Services Boxing, 1934 Winners, Army (KO)
Accession Number: KO1972/01


1st Battalion, King's Own Royal Regiment, Egypt Command Team, Boxing Championships 1933 winners.
Rear row, left to right: Company Quarter Master Sergeant Green; Private Pearson (Bantam Weight); Private Callaghan (Feather Weight); Private Copperthwaite (Middle Weight); Private Cavannagh (Heavy Weight); Private Gillibrand (Light-Heavy Weight); Private Farrell (Welter Weight); Private Murray (Light Weight); Corporal Reid (Light Weight); Corporal McKeevor.
Front row, left to right: Corporal Roberts (Middle Weight); Private Vickers (Feather Weight); Lance Corporal Prickler (Welter Weight); Corporal Houldsworth (Middle Weight); 2nd Lieutenant Vaughan-Arbuckle; Lieutenant Colonel J M Young DSO; Regimental Sergeant Major  Snape MM; Private Raven (Welter Weight); Private Carroll (Light Weight); Lance Corporal Gibb (Welter Weight).

Accession Number: KO1972/02


1st Battalion, King’s Own Royal Regiment, Lancaster, Battalion parade in front the Gisa Pyramids, Cairo, 1932.
Accession Number: KO1972/03


Regimental certificate presented to soldiers leaving the King’s Own Royal Regiment, Lancaster, presented to Private Patrick Joseph Dolan, number 3708566 on the completion of 12 years service. Born on 9th January 1909, he enlisted in Lancaster on 19th July 1927. Re-enlisted on 31st August 1937 and discharged 27th July 1939.
Accession Number: KO1972/04


Trophies won during the Tour in Egypt, March 1932 to September 1934, 1st Battalion, King's Own Royal Regiment.
Top row, left to right: Robert-Hughes Football 1933/34; Robert Hughes Billiards, 1934; Command Football, 1932/33; Shell Billiards Cup, 1933 ; Small Units Football 'C' Company 1932/33 & 'A' Company 1933/34;
Third row, left to right: Command Swimming, 1933; Cairo & District Football League 1932/33; Individual Billiards (Lance Sergeant Skelton) 1932; Individual Shooting Championship (Lance Sergeant Blezard) 1934;
Second row, left to right: Individual Snooker (Lance Sergeant Skelton) 1933; Command Team Boxing, 1933 & 1934; Best All Round Unit, 1934; Junior Ranks Billiards, 1933; Command Cross Country, 1934;
Front row, left to right: Command Rugby Football, 1932 & 1933; Imperial Club Billiards, 1933; Junior Ranks Billiards (to the rear); E S R Billiards, 1933 & 1934; Battalion Team Billiards ; Command Individual Cross County Private Mcaleese, 1934.
Accession Number: KO1972/05


The Native Market Khartoum
Postcard published by G N Morhig, Publisher, The English Pharmacy, Khartoum, Sudan. Card number 53
Accession Number: KO1972/06


Khyber Pass showing a camel convoy on the zig zag paths.
Card marked ‘Dolan’ on rear.
Accession Number: KO1972/07


General view of Sunny Bank camp, Murree hills.
Postcard specially printed for Messrs K C Mehra & Sons, Peshawar
Accession Number: KO1972/08


The Mall, Murree, in summer, Postcard No. 95
Accession Number: KO1972/09


The Church, Mall and Bazar, Murree, India. Postcard No. 92
Accession Number: KO1972/10


Where the White Nile meets the Blue Nile, Khartoum
Postcard published by G N Morhig, Publisher, The English Pharmacy, Khartoum, Sudan. Card number 163
Accession Number: KO1972/11


Portrait studio photograph of Miss Alice Dobson, 12 May 1929, ‘with love from Alice and Billy’.
Photographed at the Novelty Art Studios, 61 Talbot Road, 49 Bradshawgate, Bolton and The Walk, Rochdale.
Accession Number: KO1972/12


Portrait of soldier named as Private Bill Barret
Accession Number: KO1972/13


Private J. Gillibrand, signed 'your truly Gilly' on front, Private J Gillibrand, 1st King’s Own Royal Regiment, Light Heavy Weight Champion Middle East, 1933, Amateur Light Heavy Weight Champion, Egypt, 1933.
Accession Number: KO1972/14


Portrait of Private M. Dermot, or Private McDermot, Liverpool, King’s Own 1928
Accession Number: KO1972/15


Portrait of soldier named as Private P Cross, Blackburn.
Accession Number: KO1972/16


Repairing Caterpillar tracks on tank
Accession Number: KO1972/17


Portrait of man in civilian clothes, named on rear as Lance corporal Harry J Martin, Dublin
Accession Number: KO1972/18


Private J. Gillibrand, signed 'yours truly Gilly' on front, Private J Gillibrand, 1st King’s Own Royal Regiment, Light Heavy Weight Champion Middle East, 1933, Amateur Light Heavy Weight Champion, Egypt, 1933.
Accession Number: KO1972/19


Portrait photograph of Ted Thorney, on motorbike, 29 Jun 1927
Photograph by Charles Howell, Blackpool and Belfast.
Accession Number: KO1972/20


Studio portrait of Mellie Grundy, dated 29 Jun 1929
Photograph by Charles Howell, Official photographer, Pleasure Beach, Blackpool.
Accession Number: KO1972/21


Photo young man, 'Yours truly James Dolan'
Photograph by Francis Chorlton, 52 Bridge Street, St. Helens, and 4 Arpley Street, Warrington.
Accession Number: KO1972/22


Portrait of unknown man, civilian clothing, head and shoulders only.
Accession Number: KO1972/23


Portrait of soldier, A. Jackson, Aldershot, 1935
By Walter Lyford, Photographer, Wellington Place, Sandhurst.
Accession Number: KO1972/24


Studio portrait photograph of young man in suit.
Photographed at the Novelty Art Studios, 61 Talbot Road, 49 Bradshawgate, Bolton and The Walk, Rochdale.
Accession Number: KO1972/25


Regimental boxer, likely to be 1st King’s Own, ‘D Gibb, Liverpool’ on rear of card and autographed on front “yours in short D. Gibb”.
Accession Number: KO1972/26


Rossie McLaughain, Jun 1929.
Photographed at the Novelty Art Studios, 61 Talbot Road, 49 Bradshawgate, Bolton and The Walk, Rochdale.
Accession Number: KO1972/27


Baby, “To uncle Pat from little Billy Moran”
Photograph by John Bull Studios, 32 High Street, Sheffield, dated 3 Apr 1933.
Pat being Private Patrick Joseph Dolan, number 3708566, King’s Own.
Accession Number: KO1972/28


Mary and Bill Moran, Niece and Nephew of uncle Paddy. Dated 2 Oct 1933.
Photographed at the John Bull Studios Ltd 29 Bradshawgate. Bolton, Rochdale and Hanley.
Paddy being Private Patrick Joseph Dolan, number 3708566, King’s Own.
Accession Number: KO1972/29


Baby, Billy Moran
Photographed at the John Bull Studios Ltd 29 Bradshawgate. Bolton, Rochdale and Hanley.
Accession Number: KO1972/30


Joe Fitzgerald, Rosh Pina, Palestine 1931. Civilian clothing.
Accession Number: KO1972/31
Billy Moran
Photographed at the John Bull Studios Ltd 29 Bradshawgate. Bolton, Rochdale and Hanley. Dated 3 Mar 1934.
Accession Number: KO1972/32


Unknown family photo with RAF sergeant.
A Fox Portrait, Oxford Street, Bolton.
Accession Number: KO1972/33


Jerusalem, Chapel of the Finding of the Holy Cross
Number 119
Accession Number: KO1972/34


Jerusalem, view from tower of German Church.
Postcard by Stons-Verlag, Jerusalem, Printed in Germany.
Accession Number: KO1972/35


Funeral of Private Robert Chrystal, number 3852802, HQ Wing, 1st Battalion King’s Own Royal Regiment, Lancaster. Died in the Citadel Military Hospital, Cairo, Egypt, 24 Jun 1934, age 24 years.
Volley of shots being fired over the grave.
Photo number 13
Accession Number: KO1972/36


Funeral of Private Robert Chrystal, number 3852802, HQ Wing, 1st Battalion King’s Own Royal Regiment, Lancaster. Died in the Citadel Military Hospital, Cairo, Egypt, 24 Jun 1934, age 24 years.
Ten soldiers with Regimental wreaths
Accession Number: KO1972/37


Funeral of Private Robert Chrystal, number 3852802, HQ Wing, 1st Battalion King’s Own Royal Regiment, Lancaster. Died in the Citadel Military Hospital, Cairo, Egypt, 24 Jun 1934, age 24 years.
Coffin on gun carriage.
Photo number 5
Accession Number: KO1972/38


Funeral of Private Robert Chrystal, number 3852802, HQ Wing, 1st Battalion King’s Own Royal Regiment, Lancaster. Died in the Citadel Military Hospital, Cairo, Egypt, 24 Jun 1934, age 24 years.
Troops parade to the funeral.
Photo number 7
Accession Number: KO1972/39


The Sudanese Infantry Band
Postcard published by G N Morhig, Publisher, The English Pharmacy, Khartoum, Sudan. Number 220
Accession Number: KO1972/40


The Palace Khartoum
Postcard published by G N Morhig, Publisher, The English Pharmacey, Khartoum, Sudan. Number 200
Accession Number: KO1972/41


General View of Khartoum
Postcard published by G N Morhig, Publisher, The English Pharmacy, Khartoum, Sudan. Number 280
Accession Number: KO1972/42


The harbour at Port Sudan
Postcard published by G N Morhig, Publisher, The English Pharmacy, Khartoum, Sudan. Number 236
Accession Number: KO1972/43


The Gordon Statue Khartoum, Sudan.
Postcard published by G N Morhig, Publisher, The English Pharmacy, Khartoum, Sudan. Number 87
Accession Number: KO1972/44


Nuer Chiefs, Sudan.
Postcard published by G N Morhig, Publisher, The English Pharmacy, Khartoum, Sudan. Number 408
Accession Number: KO1972/45


Khartoum Civil Hospital
Postcard published by G N Morhig, Publisher, The English Pharmacy, Khartoum, Sudan. Number 201
Accession Number: KO1972/46


Kitchener School of Medicine, Khartoum, Sudan.
Postcard published by G N Morhig, Publisher, The English Pharmacy, Khartoum, Sudan. Number 210
Accession Number: KO1972/47


Jerusalem 1
Accession Number: KO1972/48


Jerusalem 2
Accession Number: KO1972/49


Mr and Mrs Moran
Accession Number: KO1972/50


Portrait studio photograph of Alice Carson
Photographed at the Novelty Art Studios, 61 Talbot Road, 49 Bradshawgate, Bolton and The Walk, Rochdale.
Accession Number: KO1972/51


Short man in street
Accession Number: KO1972/52


Khartoum, 1929 Gebel Kassala
Postcard published by G N Morhig, Publisher, The English Pharmacy, Khartoum, Sudan. Number 166
Accession Number: KO1972/53


Rossie McGlauglin
Accession Number: KO1972/54


Portrait studio photograph of unidentified women
Photographed at the Novelty Art Studios, 61 Talbot Road, 49 Bradshawgate, Bolton and The Walk, Rochdale.
Accession Number: KO1972/55


Unknown portrait of soldier, wearing French Napoleonic uniform, colour tinted.
Accession Number: KO1972/56


Portrait of unidentified soldier.
Photographed at J Azzam, Caiffa.
Accession Number: KO1972/57


J. Unsworth, Rosh Pina Palestine
Accession Number: KO1972/58


Joe Fitzgerald, Rosh Pina, Palestine
Accession Number: KO1972/59


Portrait photograph of Jim Thornley written on back, 23 Dec 1928
Photographed at the Novelty Art Studios, 61 Talbot Road, 49 Bradshawgate, Bolton and The Walk, Rochdale.
Accession Number: KO1972/60


Baby Mary, “To uncle Paddy with love from Baby Mary”
Photographed at the John Bull Studios Ltd 29 Bradshawgate. Bolton, Rochdale Dated 7 Jul 1931.
Paddy being Private Patrick Joseph Dolan, number 3708566, 1st King’s Own.
Accession Number: KO1972/61


Soldiers home India
Accession Number: KO1972/62


Shullule Warriors, upper Nile
Postcard published by G N Morhig, Publisher, The English Pharmacy, Khartoum, Sudan. Number 193
Accession Number: KO1972/63


Photograph of a man the rear captioned “The Citadel, Cairo”
Accession Number: KO1972/64


Alexandria, Egypt. and man stood by Statue
Accession Number: KO1972/65


Jani Haifa, 1935, two men stood by a barbed wire fence.
Accession Number: KO1972/66


Rosh Pina, 1930, Man in Street
Accession Number: KO1972/67


Soldier being shaved in the street
Accession Number: KO1972/68


Porter Alex lying on the ground
Accession Number: KO1972/69


Two men on sand bag wall
Accession Number: KO1972/70


People in Horrocks Street, with bike
Accession Number: KO1972/71


Two men, one in doorway
Accession Number: KO1972/72


Man in doorway, helmet on floor
Accession Number: KO1972/73


Two men holding helmets in hand
Accession Number: KO1972/74


Man door with helmet
Accession Number: KO1972/75


Man in suit, stood in street
Accession Number: KO1972/76


Small child in doorway
Accession Number: KO1972/77


Card 'May happiness be yours'
Accession Number: KO1972/78


Elephant hunting, Upper Nile
Postcard published by G N Morhig, Publisher, The English Pharmacy, Khartoum, Sudan. Number 418
Accession Number: KO1972/79


Nazareth, view of the Hotel of Galilee
Accession Number: KO1972/80


Man stood at ease in front of wire fence
Accession Number: KO1972/81


Man sitting on beached boat
Accession Number: KO1972/82


Mount Carmel, Haiffa, Palestine.
Accession Number: KO1972/83


Half of a photograph of man
Accession Number: KO1972/84


Railway carriage at railway station ‘Great Indian Peninsula’ railway, officers Car Number 81. Message on rear “From Red. This is Poon Station and B and Machine Gun Company’s on the way to Wellington”
Accession Number: KO1972/85


View of Wellington Barracks, southern India. “From Mick in Wellington”
Accession Number: KO1972/86


The Sea, possibly in Palestine.
Accession Number: KO1972/87


Five men and cats written on rear “Me, Calligan, Carter and Tudge’
Accession Number: KO1972/88


General View of Khartoum, South West
Postcard published by G N Morhig, Publisher, The English Pharmacy, Khartoum, Sudan. Number 95
Accession Number: KO1972/89


Bethany Tomb of St. Lazarus
Number 231
Accession Number: KO1972/90


Mount Tabor, Interior of the Church.
Number 1130
Accession Number: KO1972/91


Jerusalem, Zion Gate
Number 253
Accession Number: KO1972/92


Jerusalem, Mount Sion Abbey
Number 121
Accession Number: KO1972/93


Jerusalem, Church of the Holy Sepulchre
Number 101
Accession Number: KO1972/94


Jerusalem, Wailing Place of the Jews
Number 1599
Accession Number: KO1972/95


The Mosque, Khartoum
Postcard published by G N Morhig, Publisher, The English Pharmacy, Khartoum, Sudan. Number 19
Accession Number: KO1972/96


Sudan Club, Khartoum, North East View
Postcard published by G N Morhig, Publisher, The English Pharmacy, Khartoum, Sudan. Number 112
Accession Number: KO1972/97
 

 

 

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