Papers of E.A. Bowles including Sunday School register and photographs of boys

Scope and Content

These items had been removed from a volume (most likely EAB/7/1) prior to cataloguing and were found in a folder labelled ‘Loose from Sunday School scrap book’. Includes:

In EAB/7/2 (1 of 2):

Attendance register for Jesus Church Sunday School boys class II, 1880s

Manuscript rules and list of average scores of the Myddelton House Juniors Cricket Club, 1903

Press cuttings relating to inhabitants of Forty Hill, c.1915-1950

Correspondence acknowledging invitations and hospitality, and referring to departure for First World War, 1906-1940. For a comprehensive list of letters in this folder, see EAB/appendix/7.2

Reprint from ‘Cytologia’, 1932

In EAB/7/2 (2 of 2):

30 black and white photographs of individuals, many uniformed young men and mostly identified, c.1910s-1921. Individuals identified on photographs are Reuben Randall, Charles Ovenell, Harry Freebody, W.F. Taylor, ‘Jim’, Archie Pilling, J. Slade, Professor Estaugh, Fred Brookman, E. Coombs, Sydney A. Massey, Bert Green, S. Lee, Ernest Butt, Ernest Radford, Jack Whitbread, Reuben R. Randall, W. Radford, Sydney Lee, Norman Whybray (taken with Corporal J. Rains’ Squad, Grenadier Guards, 1916), Charlie Ponsonby, Albert Wheeler and Arthur Aylott

Two black and white photographs of groups, one of boys at Alma Road Boys’ School, Enfield, 1918, the other of Jesus Church choir and choirmaster, S.H. Bentley, comprising Les Everett, Emrys Wilson, Jim Howard, Stanley Lee, Norman Lee, Syd Roberts, S.H. Bentley, Ed Roberts, Andrews, F. Scholl, Harold Wilson and Gerald Edward, 1919