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Rob Curphey is MCC's Archivist.
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Bodyline: Telegrams and Scorebooks

Ahead of the second Ashes Test, MCC Archivist Rob Curphey explores some of the historical items in the collection related to the infamous 'Bodyline' t... Read more

The Australia Eleven Scorebook

In the latest MCC Archivist Blog, Robert Curphey explores a prized scorebook ahead of this winter's Ashes series in Australia.    Read more

The history of Baseball at Lord's

As the 2017 Major League Baseball regular season draws to a close, Rob Curphey investigates MCC and Lord’s links with the sport.  Read more

West Indies history at Lord's

Ahead of the West Indies Test, Rob Curphey looks back on previous Lord's appearances by the Windies, with help of items on display in the Museum for v... Read more

Women's World Cup: England's triumph in '93

Robert Curphey takes a look back at the previous Women's World Cup Final held at Lord's in 1993 with help from some items in the MCC Archive.  Read more

England v South Africa: a history

A blog looking into the history between England and South Africa ahead of the first Test at Lord's on July 6.  Read more

Bringing back the Ashes: Sir Pelham Warner

With the new Warner Stand now open for spectators, I thought it would be worthwhile in this blog to focus on the man to whom the stand is named after ... Read more

Ireland's love of Lord's

With the England vs. Ireland game fast approaching, it is worth noting that there have been some intriguing encounters between the two sides, particul... Read more

Anyone for Tennis?

Regular visitors to Lord’s will be aware that Lord’s is not just the Home of Cricket but also contains a Real Tennis Court as well as squash courts. Read more

Scoring World Series Cricket

Robert Curphey looks back at World Series Cricket - through the eyes of a scorer. Read more
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