Guide to the papers of Heathfield Harman Stephenson (as filmed by the AJCP)



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Created: 2018

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Memorandum of agreement between Phelix William Spiers and Christopher Pond of Melbourne and Heathfield Harman Stephenson and eleven others of London concerning a cricket tour of Australia (6pp), 21 September 1861 (File)

Photograph of the first English team of cricketers arriving outside the Café de Paris, Melbourne, 24 December 1861 (File)

Address presented to the All England Eleven by members of the Queenscliff Cricket Club on their arrival at Port Phillip Heads, 24 December 1861 (File)

Address presented to the All England Eleven by the Melbourne Cricket Club, 25 March 1862 (File)

Address presented to H.H. Stephenson and the All England Eleven by representatives of the cricketers of the Castlemaine district, n.d. (File)

The Cabinet; a repository of facts, figures and fancies relating to the voyage of the 'Great Britain' S.S. from Liverpool to Melbourne, with the Eleven of All England and other distinguished passengers, Melbourne, J. Reid (46pp), 1862 (File)

J.C. Brodie, ed. The Victorian cricketer's guide for 1860-61, Melbourne, Sands, Kenny & Co., (113pp) Inscribed by J.C. Brodie to H.H. Stephenson, 1861 (File)

George Brumfitt and Joseph Kirby. England v. Australia at the wicket: accounts of the tours of every English team in Australia and Australian team in England, with full scores of all the eleven-a-side matches and averages of all the principal players, Ilkley, Yorkshire, Brumfitt & Kirby (293pp), [1887] (File)

H.H. Montgomery and C.W. Alcock. Old cricket and cricketers, London, H. Stacey Gold (77pp) Signed by H.H. Stephenson., [1890] (File)