'View of Henley on Thames'.
Framed aquatint by J Buckler in c.1798.
The aquatint depicts Hart Street from the market place leading to the bridge in the distance. On either side of the road are buildings including St. Mary's Church on the left. In the middle of the road in the foreground is a horse and trap driven by a man. There is a man on horse back and a man on foot having a conversation.
A framed engraving showing a view of Chatham drawn by Tombleson, engraved by Payne and published by Tombleson & Co.
A coloured print of Chatham with the town and harbour in the distance and a shepherd and sheep in the foreground.
'Chairing The Members' by William Hogarth.
Plate IV of a series of election prints showing the Oxfordshire Election of 1754. Print from a copper engraving by William Hogarth, published on the 1st January, 1758.
The transparency for this image is located in the Henley Transparency file.
A framed colour engraving painted by Tombleson and published by Tombleson & Co with engraving by J How.
Shows Southwark Bridge in the centre of the picture with a pleasure boat in the foreground beside the riverbank and a steam boat travelling towards the bridge.
By Gustav Dore. Illustration for Dore and Jerrold, LONDON PILGRIMAGE (1872). From the chapter "All London at a Boat-Race," describing the Oxford-Cambridge Boat Race of April 6, 1870.
Mounted full-page plate and showing just feathered blades in lower left corner, pursued by a steamer packed with spectators leaning over the rails and waving hats.
Part of the Thomas E. Weil Collection. Thomas E. Weil is a very knowledgeable and respected collector of rowing memorabilia from all over the world. His extensive collection includes material from many years of the Oxford and Cambridge University Boat Race, and Henley Royal Regatta. He also lectures and writes on rowing history and is a Trustee of the River and Rowing Museum.