The new images are sure to make the collection even more popular as they showcase a variety of fantastic memorabilia from the club's history.
The website is free of charge and as well as online learning resources, oral histories and exhibitions, it includes:
- Every page of the Everton F.C. minute books from 1887 — 1964, which are transcribed and fully searchable
- Programmes and tickets from the earliest days of the Club's history onwards
- Medals, trophies, football shirts, cigarette cards and other fans' memorabilia
- Players' contracts.
The Echo seems to have already forgotten whose idea this was, but we certainly won't! Eternal thanks are due to Dr France and his wife Elizabeth, who is on the mend after a bout of illness.
Original Source: Liverpool Echo
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1 Posted 24/11/2011 at 20:39:35
2 Posted 24/11/2011 at 22:04:31
Simply a legend!
Where would Everton be without his help? Many thanks!
Come On You Blues!
3 Posted 25/11/2011 at 17:51:57
Board meeting 26/4/60. John Moores calls for a special committee to look at the club's debt which now exceeded £100,000 and could not be covered by liquid assets. Haven't seen any suggestions yet about mortgaging the ground or season ticket money!
Entirely endorse comments about David France above.
4 Posted 25/11/2011 at 18:13:30
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