Reference number
  • L/025
Level
  • Collection
Date(s)
  • c.1920
Extent and medium
  • One volume
Description
  • ┆Copy of the "Roll of Honour of the Men of Leicester and Leicestershire in the Great War 1914-1919", produced by the printing company of TH Crumbie. There were only 6 copies produced, this one was gifted to Sir Arthur Hazlerigg, Lord Lieutenant of Leicestershire.
Administrative history
  • ┆Thomas Henry Crumbie (1 February 1868 – 13 March 1928) was the owner of a printing company, but was also a player and administrator for the Leicester Tigers rugby club. On 2 August 1895 Crumbie was appointed as Club Secretary, and held the position for the next 33 years. He has been credited with reforming the club allowing it to reach national prominence, and a stand is named after him in the current stadium.
Access status
  • Open
Conditions governing access
  • May be accessed for private research purposes only.
Conditions governing reproduction
  • Copies may be made for private research purposes only
Language/scripts of material
  • English
Immediate source of acquisition or transfer
  • Purchased from Clarendon Books