RMKF2T86–Early Bowling Alley and Billiard Room of the Altapass Inn in Altapass, North Carolina, USA.
RMJF8XEN–Bowling (jeu de quilles). Popular games, early 20th century France. Liebig collectors' card, 1939
RMDJ1BM7–Toys from early Twentieth Century. Antique children's toys including: Lucky Strike Duck Pin Bowling set, blocks, wheeled lion
RMERG4DT–New York: Bowling Green
RMPYRRBR–Daisy Clark ca. 1910-1915
RM2H2WR29–A cricket match involving members of the Kew Cricket Club, at Kew Green, west London in the early 1970s. Spectators are watching the match from a park bench and St Anne's Church lies beyond the cricket ground.
RMWJGPRM–Women playing traditional sports in 1911 - Females playing cricket in formal long dresses and hats.
RM2A69W7B–Women in a bowling alley holding balls by the pins ca. 1936
RMKY31GH–Maurice Tate 1895 – 1956 was an English cricketer from the 1920s and 1930s
RM2A6NTY6–Blind man bowling at bowling alley at Institute for the Blind in Washington D.C. ca. 1918
RM2HX562C–Duke of Edinburgh, who will tour Australia with Princess Elizabeth early next year is an ardent and proficient cricketer. Here he is seen bowling at the nets when a lieutenant at Carsham training Centre in 1947. October 28, 1951.
RMW2HP6B–Women in a bowling alley holding balls by the pins ca. 1936
RFP9W983–North John William - Halsway Court Somerset (the Old Bowling Green)
RMT3E504–Blind man bowling at bowling alley at Institute for the Blind in Washington D.C. ca. 1918
RFKMNXXN–A match in action. c1919 Crown Green Bowls, England. Photo by Tony Henshaw
RM2A69X7Y–Woman in a bowling alley holding ball by the pins ca. 1936
RFKMNXN4–Group Photo. c1919 Crown Green Bowls, England. Photo by Tony Henshaw
RM2J38R54–Original, clear 1930's era postcard of 3 coal merchant's delivery men and loaded truck of coal. These men are confident characters. On the delivery truck is a sign - 'S. Edwards, 117 Ivy Cottage, Bowling Green, Old Hill, Staffs' Staffordshire, West Midlands, England, U.K. (it lies within the Black Country).
RFKMNXY9–Match in action note the children's swings in the background. c1919 Crown Green Bowls, England. Photo by Tony Henshaw
RF2DGA38B–Play, late Victorian club cricket game, Fitzroy Pictures illustration by Heywood Sumner from 1896 The Studio an Illustrated Magazine of Fine and Appli
RF2J8RN9W–View of the Bowling Green and the new Custom House 1909 The iconography of Manhattan Island, 1498-1909 compiled from original sources and illustrated by photo-intaglio reproductions of important maps, plans, views, and documents in public and private collections - Volume 3 by Isaac Newton Phelps Stokes, Publisher New York : Robert H. Dodd 1918
RMKY31KM–Sydney Barnes 1873 – 1967 was an English professional cricketer and fast bowler playing for England between 1901 and 1914
RMW2HDHP–Woman in a bowling alley holding ball by the pins ca. 1936
RM2GD3GKR–Grand Central Palace, which contains bowling alleys and billard parlor at Center Market, Washington, D.C. ca. 1910
RFKMNXYE–The scene as matches progress under the watchful eyes of spectators c1919 Crown Green Bowls, England. Photo by Tony Henshaw
RM2GD3G47–Jewish Community Center ca. between 1910 and 1926
RFKMNXXF–Group Photo of all participants in the tournament. c1919 Crown Green Bowls, England. Photo by Tony Henshaw
RM2BTCJK1–Bowling Green and Lower Broadway, New York City ca. 1900
RMPYH3G4–Bowling Green and Lower Broadway, New York City ca. 1900
RM2BE19W3–Bowling Green and Lower Broadway, New York City ca. 1900
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