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PN 57 (part): Photographs of Boulton and Paul football teams

Football team, 1914-1915, Rose Lane, with copy on which players are named as Gunton, Barclay, Allens, King, Catmore, Smith, Hawes, Taylor, Harry Jolson/Jowlson, Martin and Woods.

Football team, 1916-1917, showing Captain Paul (seated centre, wearing suit) and P. ? Hurley (standing 2nd in from extreme left). Related to PN 118.

Football team, mid 1920s, with Captain Paul (seated centre) and Mr Archer (on extreme left).

Newspaper cutting showing the football team, early 1930s. Shows Captain Paul (seated centre) and his son Jack Paul (seated extreme right), Albert Pritchard, Galvel manager in later years (seated extreme left), Stanley Cogman (standing 2nd from right in 2nd row), Cliff Powley (Snowball) Construction Engineering maintenance foreman (6th from right, 2nd row).

Football team, 1935. Showing Captain Paul (seated centre) and his son Jack Paul (seated far right). Harry Jolson/Jowlson later became company secretary after the Second World War and retired in this role. The Sport's Club pavilion was situated on what is now part of the Norwich City football ground.

PN 60 (part): Negatives of water elevators, pumps, petrol/paraffin engines, electrolite lighting and ammunition boxes

Boulton Water Elevator, type D.E and D.P.E. with self contained electric drive, related to NN 31 and A165/2, 1928. See also PN 104.

Turbo elevator and hight lift centrifugal pump for water works, related to NN 31 and catalogue A260/1, 1929.

Twin cylinder type 2E2 petrol or paraffin engine used for driving centrifugal pumps and electrolite systems, related to NN 31 and possibly to catalogue A290, page 22, 1929 (labelled as 3E2 type and to which the Boulton and Paul name may have been added later at base casting stage).

Electrolite meter, switchboard, main switch, and standard 1.5 kw lighting plant, related to NN31, 1930.

Self oiling pump with electric drive, related to NN31 and leaflet A212, 1930.

Amunition boxes, 1938.

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