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Mens Pavilion & Recreation Grounds, Bournville, Birmingham Featured Related Images Image

Mens Pavilion & Recreation Grounds, Bournville, Birmingham

Men's Pavilion & Recreation Grounds, Bournville, Birmingham, England - part of the model community set up around the Cadbury's Cocoa Factory. Cricket being played at the Cadbury Sports Club. Date: 1910

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection

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Baltic Copper Mine Cricket Club, Michigan, USA Featured Related Images Image

Baltic Copper Mine Cricket Club, Michigan, USA

Baltic Cricket Team - comprising of miners from Painesdale, Michigan, USA - played in the Copper (Houghton) County Cricket League, founded in 1906. The Baltic Mine first begun its life in 1897, spending two decades as an independent mine before being absorbed by Copper Range in 1917. Date: 1910

© Mary Evans / Pharcide

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Aston Villa - History of the Beautiful Name Featured Related Images Image

Aston Villa - History of the Beautiful Name

This is a captivating pictorial history map that traces the history of the famous name through rare antique maps and images back to 1820 where one such map shows the building "Aston Villa" from which the great clubs name was taken. Also featured is part of a rare 1833 map showing the first "street" to be cut through the Manor of Aston - named Villa Street after the imposing landmark Georgian Villa - Aston Villa - located on the junction of Heathfield Road and Lozells Road. Another feature shows the arrival of the Wesleyans and the building of their chapel in 1865, in 1872 young fellows of the chapel form a cricket team. Keen enough on their cricket in the Summer months, they establish Aston Villa Football Club in 1874 to play the new game of Association Football so they could be together in the Winter months