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1st Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A sepia photo of the Battalion Tug-of-War Team 110 Stone who were the winners of Dublin District and Irish Command Bronze Medal Tournament in 1922 Photographer J J O'Reilly, 36 St Thomas' Terrace, Dublin

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SBYRW : 10870

1st Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A sepia photo of the Battalion Tug-of-War Team 120 Stone who were the winners of Dublin District and Irish Command Bronze Medal Tournament in 1922 Photographer J J O'Reilly, 36 St Thomas' Terrace, Dublin - also one postcard size copy

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1st Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A sepia photo of the 130 Stone Battalion Tug-of-War team who were the winners of the Dublin District and Irish Command Bronze medal tournament and semi-finalists at the 1922 Royal Tournament

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1st Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment - A mounted black and white photo of Lieutenant C W Stevens' Platoon's hockey team, taken in Dinapore in India in 1933. This team won thne inter-Platoon Hockey Cup in 1933, were runners-up in 132 and joint winners in 1931. In the rear row of the photo, from left to right, are Private Condon, Private Morris, L/Corporal Boyes, L/Corporal Lainsbury and L/Corporal Stone; seated in the front row, from left to right, are Private Haywood, Private Colley, Sergeant Mccalm, Lieutenant C W Stevens who was the Platoon Commander at the time

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Marlborough CCF - A mounted black and white photo of the Marlborough CCF contingent, possibly in the 1920s; it is assumed that it contains C W Stevens who went on to serve as an officer in the 1st Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment

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1st Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment - A black and white photo of members of 'C' Company transporting supplies by donkey in the Troodos Mountains in Cyprus in 1957. The leading three men from left to right arte Private G. Hayward, Private B. Coates, Private F. Woodley.

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3rd Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A sepia photo of the Signal Section at Dublin around 1919 Photographer; Harrington H.W., Dublin - 2 copies Although everyone in the photograph is named, the writing in pencil is very small and difficult to decipher

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