Sheffield Wednesday Club F. A. Cup Winners, 1896
L-R Front Row: Mr. J. Holmes; Crawshaw; Langley; Jamieson; Petrie; Mr. A.J. Dickinson; Mr. A. Nixon.
Middle Row: W. Johnson (trainer); H. Brandon; Brash; M.J. Earp; Davis; H. Spiksley Bottom Row; Brady and Bell.
Note - Jamieson did not play in Final.
From an original in Sheffield Libraries: s03889
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Tinsley cooling towers, Sheffield
Tinsley cooling towers being demolished. These towers were built in 1938 as part of the Blackburn Meadows power station and stood over 75 metres tall. The power station was closed down in 1970, but the towers were left standing as they were very close to a busy road bridge. The towers were finally demolished on 24th August 2008. Photographed in Sheffield, UK
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Sheffield Association in aid of the Adult Deaf and Dumb, sign language (I am thine, O Lord), 1908
Sheffield Association in aid of the Adult Deaf and Dumb was established in 1862 with the aim of promoting the wellbeing of the deaf and dumb and assisting them in obtaining employment. Originally using premises in Division Street it moved to purpose built premises in Charles Street in the 1890s. Demolished 1966.The font, made by a member of the Association, was installed at the Institute's premises in 1911.Image from Sheffield Association in aid of the Adult Deaf and Dumb Jubilee Souvenir, 1861-1911 (Local Studies 362.42 SST)
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