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Manchester Anglers' Association
Manchester Anglers’ Association was founded in 1878 as a fishing and literary society. For the first few years members sought fishing where they could and gathered together in Manchester monthly to recount their experiences. An early decision was taken to try to find suitable trout fishing that the club could lease and a number of locations ...
Manchester Anglers' Association - Songs and Poems
The members of the MAA were as much concerned with literary matters associated with their sport as the pursuit of trout. In the early years of the Association many songs and poems were written and the songs were often sung at the annual farmers’ supper held at the Golden Lion at Horton in Ribblesdale. The ...
Manchester Anglers' Association Manuscript Books
From the earliest days the MAA members were encouraged to record their fishing exploits and present these as an often illustrated talk at monthly meetings of the Association at Manchester. These talks were set down in a series of lavishly illustrated volumes and many of the talks eventually found their way into a series of ...
Manchester Anglers' Photographs
A selection of 19th Century photographs mainly of members of the Association at that time.
Manchester Anglers' Trout Hatcheries
For over 50 years the MAA maintained a trout breeding facility at Horton in Ribblesdale: firstly on Horton (Douk Ghyll) beck and latterly on Brantsghyll beck. The hatcheries closed in 1946 when the Association decided to buy in fish from other breeders to stock both the Tarn at Newhouses and the river Ribble. This situation ...
Mrs Dora Tattersall Collection
hhg086. Dora Tattersall collection hhg086_001. Monochrome photograph of Horton football team 1949 – 1950 hhg086_002. Monochrome photograph of Horton football team 1948 hhg086_003. Three monochrome photographs of Hull Pot in flood dated 1991 hhg086_004. Monochrome photograph of Ian Sarginson, clerk at Horton station dated 1951 hhg086_005. Monochrome photograph of Ian Sarginson, clerk at Horton station dated 1952 hhg086_006. Monochrome photograph of ...
Music Lesson Annie Clapham and Governess at Austwick Hall dated 1895
Music lesson – Annie Clapham and Governess at Austwick Hall dated 1895
On Foot Round Settle
Four large volumes of about 400 pages each entitled ‘‘On foot round Settle’. These volumes contain printed pages taken from George H. Brown’s book On foot round Settle published in Settle by J. W. Lambert in 1896 to which Thomas Brayshaw added a large number of items of relevance – newspaper cuttings, photographs, postcards, maps, ...
On Foot Round Settle Volume 1
On Foot Round Settle Volume 1 Part 3
Volume 1, part three in four segments.
On Foot Round Settle Volume 1, Part 1
Volume 1, Part 1 in five segments
On Foot Round Settle Volume 1, Part 2
Volume 1, Part 2 in four segments.
On Foot Round Settle Volume 1, Part 4
Volume 1, Part 4 in five segments.
On Foot Round Settle Volume 1, Part 5
Volume 1, part 5 in five segments.
On Foot Round Settle Volume 1, Part 6
Volume 1, Part 6 in four segments.
On Foot Round Settle Volume 2
Volume 2 in seven parts.
On Foot Round Settle Volume 2, Part 1
Volume 2, part 1 in five segments.
On Foot Round Settle Volume 2, Part 2
Volume 2, part 2 in five segments.
On Foot Round Settle Volume 2, Part 3
Volume 2, part 3 in four segments.
On Foot Round Settle Volume 2, Part 4
Volume 2, part 4 in four segments.
On Foot Round Settle Volume 2, Part 5
Volume 2, part 5 in four segments.
On Foot Round Settle Volume 2, Part 6
Volume 2, part 6 in five segments.
On Foot Round Settle Volume 2, Part 7
Volume 2, part 7 in two segments.
On Foot Round Settle Volume 3
Volume 3 in six parts.
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