May Sutton Bundy
May Sutton Bundy, the first American to win the Women's Tennis Single's championship, pictured in action in 1907. She was born in Plymouth, Devon but moved with her parents to California, aged six. She won the title twice, continued playing tennis until she was 85 and died of cancer aged 88 in 1975.
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Politics - The Labour Party
Richard Bell (front row, centre)was one of the first two British Labour Members of Parliament elected after the formation of the Labour Representation Committee in 1900.
Bell was a high-profile trade unionist, the general secretary of the Railway Servants union. The picture shows Bell with other members of the Railway Servants Union Executive Committee.
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Rugby Union - New Zealand Tour of Great Britain
New Zealand squad for their 1905-06 tour: (back row, l-r) John Corbett, Massa Johnston, Bill Cunningham, Frederick Newton, George Nicholson, Bronco Seeling, O Sullivan, Alex McDonald, Duncan McGregor, James Duncan; (middle row, l-r) Eric Harper, Billy Wallace, Billy Stead, manager George Dixon, captain Dave Gallaher, Jimmy Hunter, George Gillett, Frank Glasgow, William Mackrell; (front row, l-r) Steve Casey, Bunny Abbot, George Smith, Fred Roberts, Mona Thomson, Simon Mynott, General Booth, George Tyler, Bob Deans
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