Hartlepool Rifle Club

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    Hartlepool Rifle Club, established 1901. Winners of the Astor Cup, 1910 and winners of the Londonderry Shield, 1911. Back row from left to right: R. Parsons, H.Hardy, Jas. Wright, J. Wilkonson, E. Butterwick, J.T. Morson, R. Smith, W. Hall. Middle row from left to right: T.B. Ellitson, H. Manuel, J. Wallace (Assistant Sec.), R.C. Smith (Hon. Sec.), Ald. J.R. Butterwick (President), D. Barker (Captain), T. Ervine (Vice Captain), J. Redman, T. Gibbon. Front row from left to right: W. Morson, J. Armstrong, R. Redman, W. Rowley. HAPMG : 1995.55.2 Images from Hartlepool Cultural Services that are part of The Commons on Flickr are labeled 'no known copyright restrictions' indicating that Hartlepool Cultural Services is unaware of any current copyright restrictions on these images either because the copyright is waived or the term of copyright has expired. Commercial use of images is not permitted. Applications for commercial use or for higher quality reproductions should be made to Hartlepool Cultural Services, Sir William Gray House, Clarence Road, Hartlepool, TS24 8BT. When using the images please credit 'Hartlepool Cultural Services'.
  • Owner

    Museum of Hartlepool
  • Source

    Hartlepool Museum (Flickr)
  • License

    What does this mean? No known copyright restrictions
  • Further information

    Link: https://www.flickr.com/photos/47908901@N03/5754841256/
    Resource type: Image
    Last modified: 7 years, 4 months ago
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