1937 Irish Freddy Bustard v. Fred Barker
Jimmy Chinn v. Jimmy O'Connor
Joe Fletcher v. Michal Ford
Ted Skinner v. Steve Acton
Ronny Lobb v Joe Pittman - Ern Holman v Jake Moran - Harry Doel v Stoker
Al Diamond v Johnny O'Keefe
Irish Freddy Bustard v Andre Sarilla
Blackie O'Keefe v Joe Barry
British Boxing Board of Control (1929) Boxer's Licence
Tom Davey, 165 Ham Park Road, Forest Gate, London E7 1938
1) Joey Greb, Freddie Bustard, Baby-Face Fisher, Wm. Henry Cheatum, Lou
Capiabanco, Tony Orrico, Midget Doyle, Lenny Mazza, Eddie Irving, Nathan
2) Roy Lazer, Louis Le Page, Mel Bettina, Izzy Singer, Steve Dudas,
Joe Louis signature
3) My heart is like a cabbage etc.
4) Two Eights Top Benefit Program, Lancaster to Battle Fields,
Bustard Meets Ashley - The other eight-rounder pairs, Irish Freddie Bustard,
Paterson, welterweight, with Seaborn Ashley, Bayonne Negro who two years ago
ruled the State amateur welterweight ranks. Ashley has been making rapid
headway in the pro-ranks and may upset Bustard. The Paterson Irishman, fresh
from a Newark triumph over Andy Molton and a Paterson win over Lope Berman,
is at his peak right now. - In the companion eight-spot, Irish Freddie
Bustard, of Paterson, battles Seaborn Ashley, Bayonne Negro who held the
State amateur welterweight crown two years ago. Both boys have been boxing
regularly, Bustard's two battles with Lope Berman in Paterson winning him a
host of friends. Midget Doyle, of Garfield, hopes.... - Bustard A Winner, In
the semi-final bout Freddie Bustard of this city, 140 pounds, got the
decision over Seeborn Ashley of Bayonne, who also weighed 140 pounds. The
Bayonne fighter was well in the lead in the early stages of the race, but
Bustard finished strong and got the nod. Juliano Beats Ketchell.... - Freddy
Bustard Gains revenge, Blasts Way ... Win over Benny Berman - McQuillan ...
caster - Carlo Wins By Henry C. Schwartz, A much improved Roy Lazer - and a
5) Memorandum of Agreement made this 26th day of August 1932 between
Archie Kuntzman of 43 Lodurn? Avenue hereinafter referred to as Manager,
party of the first party, and Freddie Bustard ring name Freddie Bustard of
218 E. 30th Street, hereinafter referred to as Athlete, party of the second
part. 3 year contract, pay 66 2/3 per cent of all sums/ Witnesses George
Ferraile, Sam Bustard, Paterson, N.J., Passoic signed Joseph Trovato, notary
CLICK to enlarge
2 Portraits and 2 Photographs from
Campbell College Cricket Team, 1923
Mr. Beaven - R. M. Byers - C. B. Mitchell - J. G. M. Erskine - I. C. V.
Gibson - S. Ells (Pro.)
H. W. Bailie - M. V. Delap - H. C. M. Stone (Capt.) - J. Ritchie - J. H.
I. J. G. Grainger
W. R. G. Loughery
Photo taken in Bangkok
Clay Pigeon Shooting Club 1905
Mrs. Knox, (Warrenpoint - scored out)
10 Ormonde Park, Belfast
D. W. Foy, D. Johnston, R. Gibson, J. Johnston, J. Gordon
J. Torrens, T. Gordon, J. McKeown, J. Bradbury, J. Torrans
W. Dalton, N. McKeown, S. Close, R. Milne, T. McErlean, R. Morrison, J.
1906-07 (team not specified)
2) on hat 1906-07 on back Fit into stock ? frame with narrow
bead per? as clip Monday Coll. for Mr. Thompson
J. Thompson, Photo Artist, Grosvenor House, Wellington Place, Belfast
on back 1912/13
from Supplement to "People's Journal" 11th January 1913 Linfield F.C.
Back Row - R. Adair, R. Clifford, W. Kelly, D. McNeill, D. Rollo, W.
Front Row - R. Torrens (trainer), J. Brown, J. Houston, M. McEwan, R. Nixon,
C. Stewart, and G. Willis
Greeves F.C. no year
1913/1914 Belfast Linfield Football Club
Winners of the Irish Football League 1913-14
R. Lyttle, 44 Dublin Road, Belfast Photographer
Back Row: E. McConnell, R. Nixon, D. Mehaffy (Goal), R. Torrans (Trainer),
R. Clifford, J. darling, J. Foye
Front Row: D. Rollo, S. Young, M. McEwan (Captain), R. Lyner, D. McNeill
Linfield Swifts F.C. Winners of Steel & Sons' Cup, 1915-16
Back Row - S. Miller, F. Wright, N. Adams, W. McCandless, J. Adamson
Middle Row - T. McCluskey, W. Cahoon, R. Brown, F. McMordie (Captain), J.
McCluskey, A. Scott
Front Row - J. Browne (Secretary), A. Milligen, S. Haveron, R. Morton, J.
Robinson, J. Murray (Treasurer)
Inset - J. Lee
(left to right) - Ferguson (Captain of Linfield Swifts), Sam Thompson
(Referee), and Falloon (Captain of Broadway United) (Northern Whig
no year but this newspaper clipping was stuck to the 1926 Calender
R. Clements Lyttle Studios, Belfast
Linfield Football Club Season 1938-39
Linfield Football Club 1949/50
Winners of Irish League, Gold Cup, City Cup and Ulster Cup
R. Clements Lyttle Studios, Belfast
H. Friel, H. Smyth, J. McCune, A. Russell, T. Hamill, T. Houston, H. Walsh,
G. Morgan (Trainer)
T. Thompson, A. Currie, I. McDowell (Captain), W. Simpson, T. Dickson, J. O.
Mackey (Hon. Secretary)
Collection of Sports Photos
and family photos
These may not be connected, they arrived to me as one lot but... I don't
Rugby 'P' 1957-1958
names on back - Brian Carson, J. E. Crawford, T. G. McNabb, W. N. ? Belfast
there are names written on the front of the photo but they are illegible,
any names legible are already written on the back and listed above here
Rugby 1958-59 'C' Belfast photographer
Campbell College Speech Day C. .C .F. Band 1959
R. Clements Lyttle
back row: A. Lee I. D. Dawson
T. R. Corry D. H. Hanna
third row: A. G. Porter M. L. W. Crooks J. D. Boyd
A. Stewart D. D. Monteith R. C. Mollan D. Nicholson
D. C. Neill
second row: J. R. L. Pink P. W. S. Watts P. Kennedy
R. E. Ingram W. D. C. Grant R. A. Rabbetts M. H. Prichard
P. P. Montgomery W. A. Moore C. J. Thomson F. H. Ekin
front row: A. M. G. Dalzell W. M. D. Robinson F. D.
Tughan P./M. J. M. W. Park D./M. I. W. Y. Hanna H. W.
Curry M. B. Dornan W. J. S. Kerr
on shield: Dublin Foil League - on guys sleeve 1955
Names along bottom: Chris Rye, Malory McKower, Chris Wood, Ria(?) Lyon(?)
Paddy, ? ? , ? Robinson, Brian Hamilton (Capt.?), ? ? 1960-1961
Northern Whig photo
names supplied by Dixie McKenzie, a past player and Joy Entwistle, a member
of LennonWylie on Facebook, the above Rugby Team is Grosvenor High Schools
1st XV from around 1958. Location - Strangford Avenue in South Belfast, off
Scrum-half is Leslie Casement; 2nd from right is Ian Murray (captain);
Scrum-cap is Edwin Poots; Wing-forward is Jimmy Reeves; the 'fair-hair-guy'
is Archie Fraser.
John McElderry, Robin M. Wichester, Brian D. E. Mashall (Marshall), Jackie
1) Gran age 6 years
2) Me age 15 Gran
3) Rhyl photographer
4) a Mason
Mr. Wright, Wrights Farm (on back of both) little grave says 'Jacky'
Belfast Royal Academy 1st XV. Season 1939-40
W. Morgan R. L. McCorry
A. T. Macauley
R. S. Calwell M. P. Rusk A. B. Blythe A.
V. Rodgers W. J. T. Brown H. Wilson Mr.
J. A. Stewart
N. B. Flockhart J. K. Stewart I. F. Porteous
(Captain) W. A. Robinson W. T. Bolton
L. V. D. Calvert
on cap - 1900-1901
on back - Mr. Edwards of Maguire & Edwards & Co.,
Upper Arthur Street