Introduction

An investigation of this hitherto neglected corner of football history came about by chance rather than by design. Our work on the Boyles photos has included the creation of a large database of football photographs from the 1930s-1950's period as the basis for identifying players in the Boyles photos. What became obvious through this process was the re-use of original team photos. It became clear they had been chopped up and used as a source for football cards. We have also been able to match a range of team photos in various newspapers to photos in the Boyles Photo Collections. This was a surprise as Boyles is not known to have worked for any newspaper.

There are a number of matches and cross-matches that this article attempts to describe. A separate article will discuss the possible connections to Charles Boyles.

Newspapers

The Australasian

The Australasian newspaper was targeted nationally. Unlike the Weekly Times, the Australasian did not publish photos of Victorian regional teams. The 1929 Australasian colourised team photos included all twelve VFL teams and five of the twelve VFA teams.

The Australasian 1929 series of football team photos includes a number of photos showing the players in two rows. The remainder of the photos show three rows.

Examples of the Australasian series

The Australasian 04-May-1929 - Source: State Library of Victoria Newspaper Collection
The Australasian 04-May-1929 - Source: State Library of Victoria Newspaper Collection
The Australasian 11-May-1929 - Source: State Library of Victoria Newspaper Collection
The Australasian 11-May-1929 - Source: State Library of Victoria Newspaper Collection
The Australasian 15-June-1929 - Source: State Library of Victoria Newspaper Collection
The Australasian 15-June-1929 - Source: State Library of Victoria Newspaper Collection
The Australasian 13-July-1929 - Source: State Library of Victoria Newspaper Collection
The Australasian 13-July-1929 - Source: State Library of Victoria Newspaper Collection


For all images in the series see 1929 Australasian Team Photo Series

By using the player images in the photos to identify particular games of football, it can be seen that the photos showing two rows of players were taken first, and the photos showing three rows were taken later. This change could indicate that a different photographer was taking the photos, or maybe it was decided that three rows looked better and the photographer changed his practice. The new front row featured only 2-3 players.

Also of note is the number of times that the photographer took photos of both competing teams on the same day. Often though the photographer only had time to photograph one of the teams.

Table 1: 1929 Australasian Series Dates and Details (VFL Teams Only)

TeamDate TakenDate
Published
Back
Row
Middle
Row
Front
Row
CollingwoodRound 1 Victoria Park Sat, 27-Apr1-Jun1080
RichmondRound 1 Victoria Park Sat, 27-Apr4-May1080
South MelbourneRound 2 Lake Oval Sat, 04-May11-May1080
St KildaRound 2 Lake Oval Sat, 04-May18-May8100
MelbourneRound 3 M.C.G Sat, 11-May25-May1080
Fitzroy Round 3 M.C.G Sat, 11-MayN/A1080
HawthornRound 4 Glenferrie Oval Sat, 18-May22-Jun1080
GeelongRound 5 Princess Park Sat, 25-May8-Jun972
CarltonRound 5 Princess Park Sat, 25-May15-Jun963
Essendon (1) Unclear Round 8 or Earlier29-Jun882
Fitzroy (2)Round 7 Essendon Sat, 15-Jun 6-Jul963
FootscrayRound 9 Victoria Park Sat, 29-Jun 13-Jul873
North MelbourneRound 10 Arden St Sat, 06-Jul20-Jul972


1 Players in the photo do not match any games in the 1929 Season according to the AFL Tables website. Possibly Round 4 or Round 8, as they were away games with the most (16) players named)
2 The Fitzroy-Brisbane Lions Historical Society supplied a 1929 Fitzroy team photo that was not published in the Australasian, but was probably taken by the same photographer. (See Fitzroy Senior Team 1929 (FBLHS S29) )

The Weekly Times

The 1928 Weekly Times Series consisted of 23 colourised photos - the 12 VFL teams and 11 Victorian country teams. No VFA teams were included. Considering that there were only 52 issues for the year, and there was only a small colourised section in each issue, this was a major undertaking. Also consider the hours needed to remove the background, and to manually colour each of the images.

The 1929 Weekly Time Series was even more ambitious than their 1928 series. The 1929 series included 11 of the 12 VFL teams (missing Footscray), seven of the twelve VFA Teams, and 19 Victorian country teams. Considering the Weekly Times was a newspaper targeting a rural audience, its focus on regional teams is unsurprising.

In contrast to the two rows of players in some Australasian photos, only two of the sixty-five Weekly Times photos of 1928 and 1929 (namely the 1928 Fitzroy team and the 1929 Collingwood team) had the players in two rows rather than three. Given that the 1929 Weekly Times Collingwood photo was taken on the same day as the 1929 Australasian Collingwood photo, and possibly the Australasian photographer did the set up, only one of the remaining sixty-four photos shows two rows. The Weekly Times front row was regularly 3-5 players.

Examples of Weekly Times Team Photos

St Kilda
1928 St Kilda team - Source: 1928 Weekly Times - State Library of Victoria Newspaper Collection
1928 St Kilda team - Source: 1928 Weekly Times - State Library of Victoria Newspaper Collection
St Kilda - Source: 1929 Weekly Times - State Library of Victoria Newspaper Collection
St Kilda - Source: 1929 Weekly Times - State Library of Victoria Newspaper Collection


For all images in the series see 1928 Weekly Times Team Photos

South Melbourne
1928 South Melbourne team - Source: 1928 Weekly Times - State Library of Victoria Newspaper Collection
1928 South Melbourne team - Source: 1928 Weekly Times - State Library of Victoria Newspaper Collection
South Melbourne - Source: 1929 Weekly Times - State Library of Victoria Newspaper Collection
South Melbourne - Source: 1929 Weekly Times - State Library of Victoria Newspaper Collection


For all images in the series see 1929 Weekly Times Team Photos Series


Table 2: 1929 Weekly Times Series Dates and Details (VFL Teams Only)

TeamDate TakenDate
Published
Back
Row
Middle
Row
Front
Row
CollingwoodRound 1 Victoria Park Sat, 27-Apr1-May1080
CarltonRound 2 Punt Rd Sat, 04-May11-May765
RichmondRound 2 Punt Rd Sat, 04-May25-May855
GeelongRound 5 Princess Park Sat, 25-May1-Jun972
EssendonRound 5 Windy Hill Sat, 25-May8-Jun864
FitzroyRound 6 Brunswick St Sat, 01-Jun15-Jun876
St KildaRound 7 Junction Oval Sat, 15-Jun22-Jun765
South MelbourneRound 8 Western Oval Sat, 22-Jun29-Jun765
MelbourneRound 9 Windy Hill Sat, 29-Jun6-Jul965
HawthornRound 12 Glenferrie Oval Sat, 20-Jul27-Jul-29?864
North MelbourneRound 15 M.C.G Sat, 10-Aug17-Aug864
Footscrayteam was not publishedN/A


There could be many reasons why Footscray was not included. With a turnaround of only one week from when the photo was taken until it appeared in the paper, maybe the weather made the photo session impossible. Alternatively, considering five VFA photos were included in the series, rather than the top four VFA teams, possibly a good VFA performance forced the inclusion of a fifth VFA team photo. Either way, the reasons listed here are pure speculation.

On the Same Day


The Collingwood team photos published in the 1929 Weekly Times and the 1929 Australasian were both taken at the same time (on April 27). The two corresponding 1929 Geelong team photos were also both taken at the same time (on May 25). This means, on each of these two days, either the same photographer took a photo and then moved for a second shot, or a separate cameraman was present. The photos in each newspaper are slightly different. The players' expressions are different. Quite possibly some players were watching one cameraman, and other players were watching another cameraman.

Collingwood photo - Round 1 at Victoria Park
The Australasian 1-June-1929 - Source: State Library of Victoria Newspaper Collection
The Australasian 1-June-1929 - Source: State Library of Victoria Newspaper Collection
Collingwood - Source: 1929 Weekly Times - State Library of Victoria Newspaper Collection
Collingwood - Source: 1929 Weekly Times - State Library of Victoria Newspaper Collection



Geelong photo - Round 5 - 25 May 1929 at Princess Park, Carlton
The Australasian 8-June-1929 - Source: State Library of Victoria Newspaper Collection
The Australasian 8-June-1929 - Source: State Library of Victoria Newspaper Collection
Geelong - Source: 1929 Weekly Times - State Library of Victoria Newspaper Collection
Geelong - Source: 1929 Weekly Times - State Library of Victoria Newspaper Collection


Other Years

Both newspapers later dabbled again in colourised football photos. The Australasian published two of the 1931 VFL finals teams, and a number of Rugby League team photos. The Weekly Times in 1934 published five colourised VFL teams but, unlike earlier years, no VFA or Victorian country teams.

Card Series


1929 Griffiths Black Crow (Weekly Times)

Johnny Gregory (North Melbourne) - 1929 Griffiths Black Crow card
Johnny Gregory (North Melbourne) - 1929 Griffiths Black Crow card

This cigarette card series of 210 cards contains at least forty faces lifted from the 1928 and 1929 Weekly Times images, and probably many more. One possible explanation for this is that the Weekly Times was contracted for the work, and used images in their archives. A partial match of cards to photos appears below. The matching was continued until the strong link between the cards and the Weekly Times photos was established. The matching was not completed, so there are probably many more matches. No matches have been found linking the Black Crow cards to the 1929 Australasian photos.

The source for the Black Crow card images appears to be particular Weekly Times team photos. Note that all the South Melbourne cards are from the 1928 Weekly Times photo, and all the Collingwood cards are from the 1929 Weekly Times photo.

1928 Weekly Times matches
TeamPlayers
FitzroyJack Moriarty,
HawthornAlan Chandler
MelbourneColin Deane, Harry Coy
North MelbourneJohn Dowling, Charles Cameron, Leo Dwyer
South MelbourneBert Avery, Harry Clarke, Jack Barnes
St KildaPercy Outram, Barney Carr


1929 Weekly Times matches
TeamPlayers
CarltonAlex Duncan, Horrie Clover , Charlie McSwain, Alex Doyle, Charlie Parsons, Maurie Johnson, James Crowe, Aubrey Martyn
CollingwoodBruce Andrews, Percy Bowyer, Harry Chesswas, George Claydon, Harry Collier, Gordon Coventry, Charlie Dibbs
EssendonJack Dolan, Clarrie Hearn, Jack Vosti, Len Webster
GeelongArthur Coghlan, Jack Collins, Ewan Bumpstead, Frank Keppel
MelbourneBob Corbett
RichmondBert Foster, Cyril Lilburne, Basil McCormack, Joe Murdoch


The 1929 Carlton photo is a good example. Wind appears to have lifted a number of players' collars which one can see reflected in the cards.
Carlton - Source: 1929 Weekly Times - State Library of Victoria Newspaper Collection
Carlton - Source: 1929 Weekly Times - State Library of Victoria Newspaper Collection


Alex Duncan
Alex Duncan
Horrie Clover
Horrie Clover
Charlie McSwain
Charlie McSwain
Alex Doyle
Alex Doyle
Charlie Parsons
Charlie Parsons
Maurie Johnson
Maurie Johnson
Norman Collins
Norman Collins
Aubrey Martyn
Aubrey Martyn


1926-28 Suburban Premium (Australasian)

Fred Gilby (Carlton) Suburban Premium 1926-18 Series card
Fred Gilby (Carlton) Suburban Premium 1926-18 Series card

The Suburban Premium cards were issued over a number of years by smaller independent retailers. There were two series. The second, and later, series has the player names written on the front of the card.

The quality of the card production is lower than the more professional cigarette company cards. The player names are handwritten onto the cards with a number of different styles of handwriting, there are errors with players' names, and the cutting out and touching up of the images is of varying quality.

The amateurish nature of the cards makes them quite interesting as to who produced them. Although listed for many years as being published circa 1926 and 1928, a large portion of the images were lifted from the 1929 Australasian team photos. A distinctive characteristic of these images is the dark background of the card, as compared to the lighter background of cards not based on the Australasian photos.

The Hawthorn cards, for instance, illustrate that the cards were released over a number of years:
  • Jim Jackson ended his long VFL career with two years at Hawthorn (1925-26), meaning that his card was probably produced prior to the end of 1926. Mick Ennis played in the VFL for only three years (1925-27) and only for Hawthorn. His card must have been produced prior to the end of 1927.
  • Considering the similarity in style and the dates played, the cards for players Henry, Ennis, Jackson and Utting are probably lifted from a 1926 team photo of an away game.
  • Bert Sutton only played for Hawthorn in 1928.
  • Len Yemm played for Hawthorn 1929-30, this being his only VFL club. His card must have been produced in 1929 or later.

Table: Hawthorn Players Suburban Premium 1926-28
PlayerAt HawthornOther VFL Clubs/Years
Bill Henry1926-27(Collingwood 1925 and Essendon 1928)
Mick Ennis1925-27Only VFL Club
Jim Jackson1925-26(St Kilda 1909, Collingwood 1910-15, 1920)
Ern Utting1925-32(Collingwood 1919-22)
Bert Hyde1925-35Only VFL Club
Ted Poole1926-38Only VFL Club
Bert Sutton1928(South Melbourne 1921, 1923-24, 1926-27)
Fred Finch1925-27Only VFL Club
Len Yemm1929-30Only VFL Club


As the series was published over a number of years, we are not looking to establish that all the cards were based on the 1929 Australasian team photos. Of 101 known cards (according to the Australian Football Cards website), at least eighteen cards can be matched:

Table: Suburban Premium cards based on the 1929 Australasian team photos
CarltonFred Gilby
CollingwoodAlbert Collier (Probably)
EssendonNorm Beckton, Garnet Campbell, Howard Okey
FootscrayFrank Aked, Bill Russ
HawthornLen Yemm, Ted Poole (Probably)
MelbourneRichard Taylor, Bill Tymms
North MelbourneTeddy Briggs , Cyril Kemp
RichmondJack Fincher, Percy Bentley, Bill Benton
St KildaHorrie Mason, Bill Mohr


The Richmond cards are a good example: note Jack Fincher's stance and Percy Bentley's strands of hair falling down.

Richmond  - The Australasian 04-May-1929 - Source: State Library of Victoria Newspaper Collection
Richmond - The Australasian 04-May-1929 - Source: State Library of Victoria Newspaper Collection


Jack Fincher Percy Bentley Bill Benton


As mentioned in the above section on the 1929 Australasian photos, the Fitzroy-Brisbane Lions Historical Society supplied an unpublished 1929 Fitzroy team photo. This photo was probably taken by the same photographer who took the 1929 Australasian team photo of Fitzroy. Another clue that tends to confirm the probable link between the unpublished Fitzroy photo and the 1929 Australasian photos is that the unpublished Fitzroy photo was also used as the source of a Suburban Premium card, whereas the published (1929 Australasian) Fitzroy photo was not used as a source.

Comparison of Arthur Batchelor's Suburban Premium card, and the image of Arthur Batchelor from the unpublished 1929 Fitzroy photo
Comparison of Arthur Batchelor's Suburban Premium card, and the image of Arthur Batchelor from the unpublished 1929 Fitzroy photo


A second source of images for the Suburban Premium cards was the 1923 Don Postcards series of photos. At least a dozen Suburban Premium cards (from a combination of both the first and second series) can be traced to the higher quality Don Postcards. The Lloyd Hagger card is a good example of the match. In most cases the Suburban Premium cards that match are the one's with a white background.

Lloyd Hagger -1926-28 VFL Suburban Premium - Source: Australian Rules Football Cards
Lloyd Hagger -1926-28 VFL Suburban Premium - Source: Australian Rules Football Cards
Lloyd Hagger - 1923 Don postcard - Source: Australian Rules Football Cards
Lloyd Hagger - 1923 Don postcard - Source: Australian Rules Football Cards


  • Ray Brew (Carlton)
  • Barney Carr (St Kilda)
  • Bert Chadwick (Melbourne)
  • Horrie Clover (Carlton)
  • Norman Cockram (Fitzroy)
  • Alex Duncan (Carlton)
  • Ern Elliott (Fitzroy)
  • Lloyd Hagger (Geelong)
  • Jack Moriarty (Fitzroy)
  • James Smith (Richmond)
  • Mark Tandy (South Melbourne)
  • Charlie Tyson (Collingwood



1932 Godfrey Phillips (Australasian)

Alby Morrison (Footscray) 1932 Godfrey Phillips Victorian League and Association Footballers
Alby Morrison (Footscray) 1932 Godfrey Phillips Victorian League and Association Footballers


Godfrey Phillips, founded in England in 1844 by Godfrey Phillips, was an English tobaccco company who produced many series of cigarette cards. This fifty card series appears to be the first Australian Rules series for this brand.

Eight of the fifty cards can be traced to the 1929 Australasian. The most matches are from the Carlton photo. Likely matches are:
CarltonCharlie Davey, Alex Duncan (as Coburg), Colin Martyn, Harry Vallence
FootscrayAlby Morrison
RichmondJack Titus
MelbourneRay Usher, Frank Vine (Reversed Image)
South MelbourneHarry Clarke


The Australasian 15-June-1929 - Source: State Library of Victoria Newspaper Collection
The Australasian 15-June-1929 - Source: State Library of Victoria Newspaper Collection


Harry Vallence's collar is a clear match.
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Note that the image of Arthur Batchelor from the unpublished 1929 Fitzroy photo was used as a 1932 Godfrey Phillips card, just as it had been used for the Suburban Premium card.

Other Interesting photos

The photo of North Melbourne player Charles Cameron may have been sourced from the 1928 Weekly Times. The image below shows the 1929 Griffiths Black Crow card (probably sourced from the 1928 Weekly Times photo), the 1932 Godfrey Phillips card in the centre, and a cropped section of the 1928 Weekly Times photo on the right. All three appear to be the same image. The top of the hair is different, but a close look at the 1932 card indicates that the hairline is not the top of the photo, and that tracing the hairline repeats the similarity found in other features shared by the photos.
Charles Cameron
Charles Cameron


Joe Garbutt's (Port Melbourne) 1932 card is very similar to a Charles Boyles photo of Garbutt, except for the fact that the colours in the jumper are reversed. Apart from the jumper colour, the button is in the same place, the mark on the far left of the card joins a mark on the Boyles photo, and an overlay of the faces shows a remarkable similarity.
Joe Garbutt merged photo, then separate 1932 card and Boyles photo
Joe Garbutt merged photo, then separate 1932 card and Boyles photo


The Horrie Clover card in this 1932 Godfrey Phillips series was sourced from a very old photo in the 1923 Don Postcards series. The youthful face and the distinctive hair matches the old photo. Clover looked quite different by the 1930's as the 1929 Griffiths card illustrates.
Horrie Clover - 1932 Godfrey Phillips card - source: Australian Football Cards
Horrie Clover - 1932 Godfrey Phillips card - source: Australian Football Cards
Horrie Clover - 1923 Don Postcard - Source: Australian Football Cards
Horrie Clover - 1923 Don Postcard - Source: Australian Football Cards
Horrie Clover - 1929 Griffiths Black Crow series - Source: Australian Football Cards
Horrie Clover - 1929 Griffiths Black Crow series - Source: Australian Football Cards


The Football Record

Source Photos for the Football Record

During the 1930’s, the VFL's Football Record pulled its photos from a variety of sources. The Football Record reused the same photos, sometimes for ten years, which meant that the photos in the Football Record each year could come from a variety of sources. This website includes pages dedicated to the photos in the Football Record in particular years. Please use those pages for complete details.

The focus here is the Football Record in the period 1929-32. The Football Record sourced photos from both the 1928 Weekly Times series, and the 1929 Australasian series. No examples have been found of the 1929 Weekly Times series being used.

1928 Weekly Times


1928 Weekly Times
• H. Mathews St Kilda
• Ted Poole Hawthorn
• Frank Gallagher Richmond

1929 Australasian

Most of the Football Record's photos (of individual players) originating in team photos are from the 1929 Australasian series of team photos. A quick list would include the following:

CarltonAlex Doyle, Frank Gill, Colin Martyn, Fred Gilby, Jack Green, Joe Kelly
RichmondCyril Lilburne, Stan Judkins, C.Watson, Jack Titus, Bill Benton, Bert Foster
HawthornB Lunn (Hawthorn, but from the Richmond photo), A.E Chadwick, A.Chandler
MelbourneBill Tymms, Ray Usher, Frank Vine
St KildaBill Mohr
GeelongArthur Coghlan, Keppel , R. Lancaster
EssendonKeith Forbes
FootscrayAlby Morrison
South MelbourneAustin Robertson


Bill Mohr's 1929 Australasian photo appears in the Football Record, 1930 Round 9 (p.13), and again nine years later in a 1939 Finals edition (week three, p.19).
A few examples demonstrate the link:

The Australasian 15-June-1929
The Australasian 15-June-1929


Five of the Carlton player photos appearing in the 1929 Football Record have been lifted from the 1929 Australasian photo. Note the breeze catching the collars.

Round 13 p.7
Round 13 p.7
Finals, week three, p.7
Finals, week three, p.7
Round 15 p.13
Round 15 p.13
Round 17 p.13
Round 17 p.13
Finals, week three, p.13
Finals, week three, p.13


Two of the South Melbourne player photos illustrate the match to the 1929 Australasian South Melbourne photo.
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The Australasian 11-May-1929
The Australasian 11-May-1929


The unpublished 1929 Fitzroy photo again demonstrates the same usage (as the 1929 Australasian photos) as at least five photos in the Football Record are sourced from this photo.

Reproduced with permission from the collection of the Fitzroy-Brisbane Lions Historical Society
Reproduced with permission from the collection of the Fitzroy-Brisbane Lions Historical Society


VFL Football Record 1929 Round 16 p.13 J Moriarty
VFL Football Record 1929 Round 16 p.13 J Moriarty
VFL Football Record 1930 Round 1 p.13 Arthur Batchelor
VFL Football Record 1930 Round 1 p.13 Arthur Batchelor
VFL Football Record 1930 Round 3 p.11 Colin Niven
VFL Football Record 1930 Round 3 p.11 Colin Niven
VFL Football Record 1932 Round 5 p.12 - Cecil Kerr
VFL Football Record 1932 Round 5 p.12 - Cecil Kerr
VFL Football Record 1929 Round 10 p.13 J Cashman
VFL Football Record 1929 Round 10 p.13 J Cashman


Football Record photos appearing elsewhere

The link between the Australasian/Weekly Times photos and the VFL Football Record can be further demonstrated by matching the Football Record photos to the Suburban Premium/Godfrey Phillips football cards.

Confirming Existing Relationships

The Football Record and Godfrey Phillips
• Harry Clarke
• Albert Collier
• Gordon Coventry
• Colin Martyn
• Basil McCormack
• Keith Forbes
• Bill Cubbins
• Haydn Bunton
• Garnet Campbell
• Bill Cubbins
• Alan Hopkins
• Horrie Mason
• George Rudolph
• Gordon Strang
• George Todd

The Football Record and Suburban Premium
• Bill Russ

North Melbourne's 1930-31 captain Johnny Lewis had the same image used in the Football Record, the 1932 Godfrey Phillips card, and the Suburban Premium series. Again, this demonstrates the links between these series.
John Lewis - Godfrey Phillips card 1932
John Lewis - Godfrey Phillips card 1932
1926-28 VFL Suburban Premium - Johnny Lewis
1926-28 VFL Suburban Premium - Johnny Lewis
VFL Football Record 1930 Round 9 p.1 Johnny Lewis
VFL Football Record 1930 Round 9 p.1 Johnny Lewis



Other Relationships


1926 Craig and Hales Footballers and Racehorses
Apart from the relationships identified above, a few other relationships can be found relating to the VFL Football Record of the early thirties. Although the original source is unknown, many of the Football Record's images also appeared in the 1926 Craig and Hales Footballers and Racehorses cards.
Bob Johnson - 1926 Craig and Hales Footballers and Racehorses
Bob Johnson - 1926 Craig and Hales Footballers and Racehorses
Joe Kelly - 1926 Craig and Hales Footballers and Racehorses
Joe Kelly - 1926 Craig and Hales Footballers and Racehorses
Cyril Gambetta - 1926 Craig and Hales Footballers and Racehorses
Cyril Gambetta - 1926 Craig and Hales Footballers and Racehorses
VFL Football Record 1931 Round 15 p.16 - Bob Johnson
VFL Football Record 1931 Round 15 p.16 - Bob Johnson
VFL Football Record 1929 Round 9 p.13 Joe Kelly
VFL Football Record 1929 Round 9 p.13 Joe Kelly
VFL Football Record 1931 Round 1 p.11 - Cyril Gambetta
VFL Football Record 1931 Round 1 p.11 - Cyril Gambetta


Finally, the popular 1933 Wills cigarette card series shares a number of images that appeared in either the Football Record or the 1932 Godfrey Phillips series, pointing to a possible link.
The Football Record and 1933 Wills
• Alex Duncan - 1929 Football Record image, 1932 Godfrey Phillips card, and 1933 Wills card are all the same
• Jack Baggot - 1929 Football Record image and 1933 Wills card are the same
• Frank Murphy Collingwood - AFL record 1930 Victoria v Subiaco p13 Frank Murphy and 1933 Wills card are the same
• Peter Reville South Melbourne - AFL record 1929 Round 4 p13 P Reville, 1933 Wills card and 1932 Godfrey Phillips card are all the same
• Frank Seymour Northcote - AFL record 1931 VFL v VFL p24 Frank Seymour and 1933 Wills card are the same

Peter Reville  - 1932 Godfrey Phillips Card - Source: Australian Football Cards
Peter Reville - 1932 Godfrey Phillips Card - Source: Australian Football Cards
AFL record 1929 Round 4 p13 P Reville
AFL record 1929 Round 4 p13 P Reville
Peter Reville - 1933 Wills Large Size - Source: Australian Football Cards
Peter Reville - 1933 Wills Large Size - Source: Australian Football Cards




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