A black and white photograph of three umpire boats at the 1913 Boat Race.
A black and white photograph with a white border, showing three boats on the river, a white one called "Consuta" in front with a man holding a punt pole. The two boats behind are full of men wearing flat caps, the second boat is called "Wandle".
A photograph of the 14th Olympiad Rowing Museum at the Drill Hall, Henley on Thames.
Number 3 thwart of Magdalen College Eight, 1910. The boat was built by F.J.Rough & Sons for the Oxford University Eight, 1909. It was used by Magdalen College to win the Head of the River at Oxford and the Grand Challenge Cup at Henley Royal Regatta, 1910.
The exhibition was created to coincide with the 1948 Olympic Regatta held at Henley.
Photographed by Sport & General Press Agency Ltd, London.
A mounted black and white photograph of the Oxford and Cambridge Boat Race rowed at Henley on the 2nd March 1940.
This photo shows the crowds gathered on the banks of the river in Henley watching the two cres row past with Temple Island in the distance.
Black and white photograph showing the Oxford University crew in 1886, probably in the grounds of Abney House in Bourne End. Copied from the photograph album belonging to W. StL. Robertson, Wadham College, Oxford 1884-1886.
Photograph of the Oxford eight carrying the boat to the water. During the 1944 Boat Race at Ely, Oxford won.
Black and white photograph depicting the Oxford eight carrying the boat to the water, which is to the right of the picture. A crowd has gathered behind to watch the eight set off to the starting line.