'Tis a pity it got away!'
A framed black and white photograph of four anglers, by R J.,
The people in the photograph are identified as (l to r)Harry Round, W. (Jack) Frewin, Frankie Powell, fourth person unknown.
Four men are shown in the photo, standing by a fence holding fishing tackle. The man stood on the left, wearing a scarf and flat cap holds his hands apart to indicate the size of 'the fish that got away'. The other three men listen to him and smile, they are wearing Trilby style hats. Written across the bottom, beneath the photo is "Tis a pity it got away!".
Photograph of a fish caught in the River Thames by A. E. Hobbs.
Black and white photograph depicting a trout on a patch of earth, by a tree and plants. Leaning on the tree is a card stating: 'Mr. A. E. Hobbs, Hon. Sec., Fisheries Preservation Association, 28 Hart Street, Henley-on-Thames.'
Photograph of an engraving of a couple laying grig weels the Thames, from 'Life on the Upper Thames' by H R Robertson, 1875.
Black and white photographic print of an engraving depicting a man and woman on a boat. The woman is punting the boat and the man is bending over the side of the boat with a net in his hands skimming the water.
Grig weels were used as a method of catching eels.