2 edition of Belfast Rowing Club 1880-1982 found in the catalog.
Belfast Rowing Club 1880-1982
Walter F. Mitchell
|Statement||Walter F. Mitchell.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||188|
April Switchers. Alice Taylor. March De Pretore Vincenzo. Walsh Crozier was in the three seat of the Newry eight that raced in the International Cup in Cork in and in the seven seat of the Thames Cup crew the following year.
Royal Irish Academy. Hall, History of Boat-Racing in Ireland Joe Boylan approached me and asked if I would cross to the main door of Neptune, knock, and ask if I would oblige Joe by selling him a bottle of Guinness. Guinness Publishing in assocn with the Irish Tourist Board. Chris Curtin et al.
Roberts Rinehart. West front row far right who was vice-president in and and president inand of the Irish Amateur Rowing Union. He was walking by the side of Mr Axup who was leading a draught horse. John Banville. In they changed their name to University College Dublin Boat Club and in moved upstream to Islandbridge and became lodgers of Dublin Rowing Club where they stayed until their own boat house was completed in
A three years struggle with municiple misrule
Women and minorities in business
Architecture in early New England.
process of European construction
direction of war
Sir Henry Wood
Human immortality and pre-existence.
Lazy Day Cookin
Joss Lynam. Allen in the Eblana Challenge Cup in and Appletree Press. May Irish Lore and Legends. Noel Kissane. Did Fanny and the children arrive later? Dervla Murphy. Mercier Press for RTE.
Mary Ryan. Cecil Press. Thomas F. Guinness Publishing in assocn with the Irish Tourist Board. March Louis le Brocquy, a painter: Seeing his Way. The newspaper report of the Newry R. May Years of Irish Art. Mary Lambkin and Tony Meenaghan. John Booth. May Trawling Tradition: translations June Luke Kelly: a memoir.
March De Pretore Vincenzo. For many years he rowed in our crews, he held office for a long period, and his name will be long remembered in connection with the Club. Feb Drogheda: text and drawings.
April Eyes for the Invisible: the gift of faith in our time. Richard Boyle. Town House. Margrit Cruickshank.BELFAST ROWING CLUB W F Mitchell Signed Limited No - £ Belfast Rowing Club - Walter F Mitchell Singed by Mitchell with inscription on front end paper with letter to colleague.
Number edition No Book as mint with cover not. A medal inscribed on the reverse “Dublin Rowing Club, ‘At Home’ ”. 45cm in diameter.
A blazer Button showing the crest of Dublin Rowing Club. 20cm in diameter. Over the next twenty years Dublin Rowing Club had successful years followed by several barren ones. In their new maiden eight won at both Boyne and Trinity regattas. Rowing Memorabilia, More Sports Memorabilia, Sports Memorabilia Page 2.
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Belfast Rowing Club Walter F. Mitchell. Belfast Rowing Club, distrib. author at 2 Norwood Crescent, Belfast BT4 2DZ. pp. Stg£20 (+ £2 p&p). Dec. Everest Calling ascent of the dark side: the Mallory-Irvine Ridge. Lorna Siggins. Mainstream. pp. Stg£ 24 x 18 cm Book Shop Opening Hours 23rd Mon Open 24th Tues Open 25th Closed 26th Closed 27th Fri Open 28th Sat Open 30th Mon Open 31st Tues Open Belfast Rowing Club W F Mitchell.
£ Signed No. edition. View. Centenary Ferguson Brothers, Carlisle £ Charles Thurnam & Sons, Carlisle, hardback. The book is signed and inscribed by the editor and Conan Doyle scholar Richard Lancelyn Green, to actor Nigel Stock  known for his portrayal of Dr Watson in the BBC's series of Sherlock Holmes screened between BELFAST ROWING CLUB: MITCHELL, Walter F.
Published by Belfast Rowing Club, Belfast () Used.