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Graham Collection

"Graham: A Multifaceted Name That Leaves Its Mark" In this captivating group photo, the Millwall Athletic football team stands united

Background imageGraham Collection: Graham Gouldman and Eric Stewart of 10cc

Graham Gouldman and Eric Stewart of 10cc
Graham Gouldman and Eric Stewart of the rock band 10cc, before an open air rock concert at Penwith, Cornwall. Date: 1983

Background imageGraham Collection: Ivor Novello star of The Rat (1925)

Ivor Novello star of The Rat (1925)
Ivor Novello the star of The Rat on stage and screen Date: 1926

Background imageGraham Collection: The City Hotel, Freetown, Sierra Leone

The City Hotel, Freetown, Sierra Leone
The City Hotel, Sierra Leone, made famous by author Graham Greene. Now demolished. The hotel was first mentioned in Greenes 1936 book Travel Without Maps

Background imageGraham Collection: Group photo, Millwall Athletic football team

Group photo, Millwall Athletic football team
Millwall Athletic football team for the 1895-1896 season, including Chairman, Treasurer, Secretary and Trainer, as well as the players themselves. circa 1895

Background imageGraham Collection: Coloured shoulder patches of the Australian Corps

Coloured shoulder patches of the Australian Corps
Souvenir of the Greatest War showing coloured shoulder patches of the Australian Corps. The design is laid out in the shape of the Australian Commonwealth Military Forces badge

Background imageGraham Collection: John, Bonny Dundee

John, Bonny Dundee
JOHN GRAHAM of Claverhouse, viscount DUNDEE (k.a. Bonny Dundee) a Scottish hero through his support for the Stuart cause, but will die at the battle of Killiecrankie

Background imageGraham Collection: A Scrape of the Pen by Graham Moffatt

A Scrape of the Pen by Graham Moffatt
Promotional postcard for A Scrape of the Pen by Graham Moffatt. First produced at the Athenaeum, Glasgow, 23rd April 1909 and Comedy Theatre, 4th September 1912

Background imageGraham Collection: Graham Hill, Lotus 49. Italian GP 1967

Graham Hill, Lotus 49. Italian GP 1967

Background imageGraham Collection: James Graham (1612-1650)

James Graham (1612-1650)
James Graham 1st Marquis of Montrose (1612-1650) royalist military

Background imageGraham Collection: Benjamin Britten, Yehudi Menuhin

Benjamin Britten, Yehudi Menuhin
Rehearsal for Piano Trios Concert in the Aldeburgh Parish Church (24 June), Aldeburgh Festival 1963. Benjamin Britten (piano)

Background imageGraham Collection: The Inchcape Rock, 1908, (c1930). Creator: Peter Graham

The Inchcape Rock, 1908, (c1930). Creator: Peter Graham
The Inchcape Rock, 1908, (c1930). Illustration to a ballad of the same name by Robert Southey, published in 1802. A warning bell for shipping had been installed on a dangerous sandstone reef off

Background imageGraham Collection: Jim Clark and Graham Hill in pits with Lotus 49 during 1967 British Grand Prix. Creator: Unknown

Jim Clark and Graham Hill in pits with Lotus 49 during 1967 British Grand Prix. Creator: Unknown
Jim Clark and Graham Hill in pits with Lotus 49 during 1967 British Grand Prix

Background imageGraham Collection: Ascent of Mrs. Graham and the Royal Victoria Balloon

Ascent of Mrs. Graham and the Royal Victoria Balloon accompanied by Mrs. W. H. Adams and Miss Dean, Mermaid Tea Gardens, Hackney

Background imageGraham Collection: Graham Hill

Graham Hill, world champion in 1962, driving a BRM 1963 ?

Background imageGraham Collection: Balloon over London 1833

Balloon over London 1833
The opening of Hungerford Market, London, is celebrated by a balloon flight by G Graham

Background imageGraham Collection: The Battle of Drumclog, 1679 (19th century). Artist: George Harvey

The Battle of Drumclog, 1679 (19th century). Artist: George Harvey
The Battle of Drumclog, 19th century. The Battle of Drumclog was fought on 1 June 1679, between a group of Covenanters and the forces of John Graham of Claverhouse, at High Drumclog

Background imageGraham Collection: Bunty Pulls The Strings by Graham Moffat

Bunty Pulls The Strings by Graham Moffat. First of a set of six cards by artist E. Chandler. Each card is edged by a green and blue tartan border

Background imageGraham Collection: Ivor Novello and Mae Marsh in The Rat (1925)

Ivor Novello and Mae Marsh in The Rat (1925) directed by Graham Cutts Date: 1926

Background imageGraham Collection: Graham Gooch

Graham Gooch Essex CCC 11 May 1992 Date: 11 May 1992

Background imageGraham Collection: Inglis Drever & Graham Lee

Inglis Drever & Graham Lee Ladbrokes World Hurdle Cheltenham Festival 2005 Cheltenham Racecourse, Cheltenham 17 March 2005 Date: 17 March 2005

Background imageGraham Collection: The cast of Hay Fever, described as Noel Cowards Clean Play 'by The Sketch

The cast of Hay Fever, described as Noel Cowards Clean Play "by The Sketch
The cast of Hay Fever, described as Noel Cowards Clean Play " by The Sketch. Marie Tempest played the role of Judith Bliss, a bohemian ex-actress, while Graham Browne her husband, David Bliss

Background imageGraham Collection: 1959 Stirling Moss in Cooper Borgward, next to Graham Hill in Lotus Climax. Creator: Unknown

1959 Stirling Moss in Cooper Borgward, next to Graham Hill in Lotus Climax. Creator: Unknown
1959 Stirling Moss in Cooper Borgward, next to Graham Hill in Lotus Climax

Background imageGraham Collection: Susi - drinking beer

Susi - drinking beer. 1950s

Background imageGraham Collection: The White Horse Inn by Harry Graham

The White Horse Inn by Harry Graham
Promotional postcard for The White Horse Inn by Harry Graham from the German of Hans Muller (Im Weissen Roessl, Grosses Schauspielhaus, Berlin, 8th November 1930); music Ralph Benatzky &c

Background imageGraham Collection: Mr Grahams balloon ascent, Kew Bridge

Mr Grahams balloon ascent, Kew Bridge
Poster advertising Aerostation. Mr Grahams Sixteenth Ascent from the gardens of the Star & Garter Tavern, Kew Bridge, London. Date: 4 April 1825

Background imageGraham Collection: MARTHA GRAHAM (1894-1991). American dancer and choreographer

MARTHA GRAHAM (1894-1991). American dancer and choreographer. Photographed while performing in the ballet Xochitl, choreographed by Ted Shawn, c1920

Background imageGraham Collection: BARON LYNEDOCH (1748-1843). Thomas Graham, 1st Baron Lynedoch. British soldier

BARON LYNEDOCH (1748-1843). Thomas Graham, 1st Baron Lynedoch. British soldier. Oil on canvas, c1817, by Sir Thomas Lawrence

Background imageGraham Collection: Professor Martyn Graham Farley

Professor Martyn Graham Farley, Hon CGIA, CEng, FRAeS, RAeS President 1983-1984. Date: 1983

Background imageGraham Collection: Woodcote Park Golf Club 1935

Woodcote Park Golf Club 1935
Three members of the Woodcote Park Golf Club, Coulsdon, Surrey. From left to right, E.A.R. Burden (secretary and ex-captain), Graham Carr (captain) and Richard Gibson (ex-captain) Date: 1935

Background imageGraham Collection: Mobile x-ray unit

Mobile x-ray unit
The mobile x-ray ambulance used for the second radiological examination of King George carried out Dr H Graham Hogson. The x-ray unit was equipped with a darkroom

Background imageGraham Collection: Telephone / Bell & Gray

Telephone / Bell & Gray
An imaginary conversation between Alexander Graham Bell and Elisha Gray, using their own telephone devices

Background imageGraham Collection: James Graham Montrose

James Graham Montrose
JAMES GRAHAM, marquis of MONTROSE - royalist soldier and statesman, did his best to subdue Scotland for Charles but defeated and hanged. with his autograph

Background imageGraham Collection: Military uniforms

Military uniforms
From L to R : - Sir Thomas Graham (Lord Lynedoch) - Lord Hill - Sir Thomas Picton - Marquis of Anglesey

Background imageGraham Collection: Morley Street

Morley Street Ridden By Graham Bradley 28 March 1994 Date: 28 March 1994

Background imageGraham Collection: British silent film Paddy the Next Best Thing

British silent film Paddy the Next Best Thing
A scene from the British silent film Paddy the Next Best Thing (1923) directed by Graham Cutts from Graham Wilcox and filmed at the Islington Film Studio

Background imageGraham Collection: Octavius G Gilchrist

Octavius G Gilchrist
OCTAVIUS GRAHAM GILCHRIST antiquary Date: 1779 - 1823

Background imageGraham Collection: Whirled Into Happiness by Harry Graham

Whirled Into Happiness by Harry Graham
Promotional postcard for Whirled Into Happiness by Harry Graham from Der Tanz ins Glueck by Robert Bodanzky & Bruno Hardt-Warden (Raimundtheater, Vienna, 23rd December 1920); music Robert Stolz

Background imageGraham Collection: RAF personnel completing Thor missile training course

RAF personnel completing Thor missile training course
RAF personnel, completing a 13-week training course on the Thor propulsion system at Rocketdyne. From left: Chief Technician Sidney Allen, Junior Technician Graham R.J

Background imageGraham Collection: James Graham 5Thearl And 1St Marquess Of Montrose, Earl Of Kincardine, Lord Graham And Mugdock

James Graham 5Thearl And 1St Marquess Of Montrose, Earl Of Kincardine, Lord Graham And Mugdock, 1612-1650. Scottish General During English Civil Wars

Background imageGraham Collection: 1968 Dutch GP

1968 Dutch GP
ZANDVOORT, NETHERLANDS - JUNE 23: Graham Hill, Lotus 49B Ford during the Dutch GP at Zandvoort on June 23, 1968 in Zandvoort, Netherlands. (Photo by Rainer Schlegelmilch)

Background imageGraham Collection: Storming of San Sebastian by British and Portuguese troops under Wellington, 31 August 1813

Storming of San Sebastian by British and Portuguese troops under Wellington, 31 August 1813
536558 Storming of San Sebastian by British and Portuguese troops under Wellington, 31 August 1813; (add.info.: Storming of San Sebastian by British and Portuguese troops under Wellington)

Background imageGraham Collection: Alexander Graham Bell (1847-1922) Scottish-born American inventor

Alexander Graham Bell (1847-1922) Scottish-born American inventor, lecturing on his telephone at Salem (top)
532045 Alexander Graham Bell (1847-1922) Scottish-born American inventor, lecturing on his telephone at Salem (top) while friends in his study at Boston listen to his lecture - 12 February 1877

Background imageGraham Collection: Sir James Robert George Graham, 2nd Baronet, 1792 - 1861

Sir James Robert George Graham, 2nd Baronet, 1792 - 1861
3083170 Sir James Robert George Graham, 2nd Baronet, 1792 - 1861.; Private Collection; (add.info.: British statesman and Home Secretary)

Background imageGraham Collection: 1986 British Grand Prix

1986 British Grand Prix. Brands Hatch, England. 11-13 July 1986. Nelson Piquet leads teammate Nigel Mansell (both Williams FW11 Honda's) around Graham Hill Bend. Ref-86 GB 01

Background imageGraham Collection: Amir Khan

Amir Khan Lightweight Boxer Date: 07 December 2007

Background imageGraham Collection: Claude Grahame-White hydroplane, 1912. Creator: Kirk & Sons of Cowes

Claude Grahame-White hydroplane, 1912. Creator: Kirk & Sons of Cowes
Claude Grahame-White Hydroplane, 1912. The early aviation pioneer, Claude Grahame-White flew his hydroplane at Cowes over the assembled yachts which included the Royal Yacht which had King George V

Background imageGraham Collection: Alexander Graham Bell (1847-1922) Scottish-born American inventor: patented telephone 1876

Alexander Graham Bell (1847-1922) Scottish-born American inventor: patented telephone 1876
532043 Alexander Graham Bell (1847-1922) Scottish-born American inventor: patented telephone 1876. Bell in lecture hall of Boston University

Background imageGraham Collection: Alexander Graham Bell (1847-1922) Scottish-born American inventor: patented telephone 1876

Alexander Graham Bell (1847-1922) Scottish-born American inventor: patented telephone 1876
532042 Alexander Graham Bell (1847-1922) Scottish-born American inventor: patented telephone 1876: Bell inaugurating 1520 km telephone link between New York and Chicago, 18 October 1892



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"Graham: A Multifaceted Name That Leaves Its Mark" In this captivating group photo, the Millwall Athletic football team stands united, showcasing their unwavering spirit and determination. Among them is Graham, a player whose skills on the field are as remarkable as his dedication to the sport. But Graham's talents extend beyond football. He shares a moment with Graham Gouldman and Eric Stewart of 10cc, two musical geniuses who have left an indelible mark on the music industry. Their collaboration embodies creativity and innovation. Traveling across continents, we find ourselves at The City Hotel in Freetown, Sierra Leone. Here, Graham immerses himself in vibrant cultures and embraces new experiences that broaden his horizons. Delving into history reveals another facet of Graham's story – Ivor Novello star of The Rat (1925). This theatrical masterpiece showcases his passion for performing arts and leaves audiences captivated by his talent. The coloured shoulder patches of the Australian Corps symbolize unity and strength – qualities that resonate deeply with our protagonist. As part of this esteemed corps, Graham demonstrates unwavering loyalty to his comrades while serving his country proudly. Graham Hill takes center stage at the Italian GP 1967 in Lotus 49 – a true embodiment of speed and precision. His fearless driving style inspires all those who witness it, leaving an unforgettable impression on racing enthusiasts worldwide. John from Bonny Dundee epitomizes resilience in adversity; he represents every individual named Graham who faces challenges head-on with courage and determination etched into their very being. "A Scrape of the Pen" by Graham Moffatt unveils yet another side to our multifaceted character. Through words crafted meticulously on paper, he paints vivid images that transport readers to different worlds filled with imagination and wonderment. James Graham (1612-1650) emerges from history books as a figurehead known for his influential ideas and unwavering commitment to his beliefs.