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Carlton Football Club Carlton North, Victoria

The Carlton Football Club, founded in 1864, is the third oldest of the Victorian-based league clubs and in 1897 became a foundation member of the VFL (now AFL). It has been victorious in more Grand Finals than any other club in League history.

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PO Box 83 Carlton North Victoria 3054
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+61 9389 6200; (03) 9387 1400

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Ikon Park 400 Royal Parade Carlton North Victoria

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Colour Magazine - Footy Record - Round 1 1996 - Carlton vs Collingwood

Carlton Football Club, Carlton North

Colour magazine

Historical information

Footy Record for Round 1 Match - Carlton vs Collingwood Carlton 5.3 9.6 14.11 16.13 109 Sun 31-Mar-1996 2:10 PM Att: 70,152 Venue: M.C.G. Collingwood 2.2 6.7 9.13 12.15 87 Carlton won by 22 pts

Hard Cover Book - Football Record 1921

Carlton Football Club, Carlton North

Hardcover book, worn

Historical information

Hardcover book made in 1921 to keep original copies of “The Football Record”. This book contains all Football Records relating to Carlton games for the season of 1921. Carlton were defeated by Richmond in 1921 Grand Final by 4 points. Richmond 1.2 1.3 3.4 5.6 36 Sat 15-Oct-1921 2:50 PM Att: 43,122 Venue: M.C.G. Carlton 2.2 3.4 3.6 4.8 32 Richmond won by 4 pts Coach – Norman Clark Captain – Charlie Canet/Gordon Green Vice-Captain – Jack Greenhill Leading Goal-kicker – Horrie Clover 58 goals

Inscriptions & Markings

R. Hunt Grandview Rd, Brighton 12/2/1922

CFC U19 Best & Fairest 1984 Votes

Carlton Football Club, Carlton North

Historical information

Vote Count 1984 U19 Peter Higgins 1984 Winner Shane Baldwin Runner Up David Zerna

Significance

Carlton Premiership Players Ian Aitken 1987 31 Votes Mil Hanna 1995 68 Votes

Black & White Photos

Carlton Football Club, Carlton North

Two Black & White photos with an accompanying letter of origin

Historical information

Photos of Carlton's 1947 players performing a revue at the Brunswick Town Hall.

Significance

The photos depict Carlton players in season performing a ballet at a Carlton social function at the Brunswick Town Hall. Most of the players would represent Carlton in the winning 1947 Grand Final. The players were trained by a professional ballet teacher Mrs Clausen. Compared with current (2019) club social events the revue would be frowned upon due to the risk of injury. The accompanying letter is to Stephen probably Stephen Williamson, Carlton Statistician.

Printed booklet - Carlton Football Club 1989 Annual Report and Balance Sheet

Carlton Football Club, Carlton North

Print booklet 62 pages

Historical information

Includes board members (with photos), club awards and reports, photos of football action. From Roger Skien Collection.

Membership Ticket - 1940 Carlton FC Membership Ticket

Carlton Football Club, Carlton North

Small Cardboard Ticket four pages

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1940 Carlton FC Membership Ticket

Significance

Carlton FC Membership Ticket 1940 Season depicts VFL fixture Carlton Board for 1940 & members name & address Mrs C Clover 14 Blair Pl Coburg. Membership No. 1199 The member maybe related Vice President of the club H R Clover.

Souvenir Programme - Kia-Ora Sports Parade And All Star Variety 1949 3KZ Radio Show

Carlton Football Club, Carlton North

Antique Coloured Souvenir Programme four pages

Historical information

Carlton Football Club 1949 Sports Parade

Significance

An in season Carlton FC Sports Parade and all star variety 27th May 1949 at Melbourne Town Hall. The event was broadcast by 3KZ hosted by Norman Banks with John Ford as the announcer. The event had typical 40s & 50s entertainment on radio prior to the advent of TV; Jambouree, Orchestra, Quiz & comedians.

Colour Photograph - Under 19 1986 Carlton Football Club side

Carlton Football Club, Carlton North

Coloured photograph mounted on cardboard.

Historical information

From Roger Skien Collection. Back Row: W.Gilbert (Property Steward), J. Cpburn, M. Gravina, P. Kalegerakos, M. Rossin, D.White, A. Mckinnon, J. Lamont (Trainer) 2nd Back Row: R. Skien (Team Manager), D. Filo, R. Andrews, B. Dixon, G. O'Mera, D. Ellis, J. D'Angelo, G. Buck, B. Wallis (Trainer) Center Row: J. Vincent, S. Kerr, I. Atiken, D. Noonan, G. Potter, J. Hullin, W. Burke, D. Bolzonello (Doctor), L. Jones (Head Trainer) G. Walsh (Development Officer) Front Row: B. Baker, G. Reynoldson, M. Edwards, P. Starbuck (Captain), D. McKay (Assistant Coach), G. Southby (Coach) A. Bassett (Vice Captain), I. Wrigglesworth, P. Poursanidis, T. Holding (Runner) Sitting: P. Donohue, H. Buck, B. Carter, M. Vincent, S. Graham, B. Cavigan

Grand Final 1995 Ticket mounted in plastic - Grand Final 1995

Carlton Football Club, Carlton North

A plastic stand with 1995 Grand Final Ticket inserted

Historical information

Ticket for 1995 Grand Final Carlton v Geelong

Significance

Ticket to Carlton's winning 1995 GF, Carlton's 16th Premiership and to date latest (2019).

Black & White Team Photo

Carlton Football Club, Carlton North

Metal & Plastic photo with stand

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Picture of 1951 Reserves Premiership team

Significance

First Carlton Reserves Premiership since 1928. Carlton 2.5 17 4.8 32 8.13 61 8.15 63 Essendon 0.3 3 2.6 18 3.7 25 7.9 51 George Ferry (5), Doug Guy (1), Bill Milroy (1) and Johnny Blake (1). Best: Doug Beasy, George Stafford, Ken Aitken, Harry Dern, George Ferry and Bill Milroy. Carlton Reserves Player's Guernsey Numbers (Football Record, Preliminary Final) 1. Ken Aitken (Captain), 2. Bill Huntington, 3. Johnny Blake, 4. Doug Guy, 5. Morrie Williams, 6, Gerald Burke, 7. Jack Hedley, 8. N. Lee, 9. J. Ryan, 10. Keith Batchelor, 11. A. Max Thomas, 12, Doug Williams, 13. Harry Dern, 14. Adam Inglis, 15. Harvey Dunn jnr, 16. G. Neal, 17. Doug Beasy, 18. Alan Thynne, 19. Don Calder (Vice Captain), 20-28 not allocated, 29. Bill Milroy, 30. George Stafford, 31. not allocated, 32. Brian Molony, 33. G. Hunter, 34. Bernie Baxter, 35. G. Rich, 36. Tom Jones, 37. Ron Price, 38. Frank Bateman, 39. George Ferry, 40. Dick Gill.

List of CFC U19 1987 - CFC U19 List 1987

Carlton Football Club, Carlton North

6xA4 Sheets

Historical information

Compiled lists of U19 1987 players

Significance

List includes two Carlton Premiership Players 1995 Fraser Brown & Brett Ratten

Poster - Carlton Premiers 1995 (caricatures by Schneider)

Carlton Football Club, Carlton North

Laminated poster

Historical information

Caricatures of Stephen Kernahan and David Parkin holding up the 1995 premiership cup. Includes autographs of a number of players. From Roger Skien Collection.

Inscriptions & Markings

Contains player autographs

Colour photograph - Under 19 team 1984

Carlton Football Club, Carlton North

Colour team photograph mounted on cardboard

Historical information

From Roger Skien Collection. Back Row: J. Smith, D. Zerna, P. James, B. Whitemore, J. Rainone, P. Albon, J. Baker (P.E. Instructor) 2nd Back Row: G. Warry (Development Officer), J. Stevens (P.E. Instructor), A. McKinnon, G. Hatvani, P. Starbuck, D. Forbes, M. Hanna, P. Cronin, D. Bolzonello (Doctor), K. Newman (Committee). 3rd Back Row: R. Shuttleworth (Trainer), W. Burke, J. Hullin, D. Krittemeyer, R. Lowery, A. Price, G. Evans, P. Muscat, N. Fitzpatrick (Property Steward), H Turner (Trainer) 2nd Row: L. Jones (Head Trainer), D. Nardella, J. Dunlop, P. Higgins, P. Lumicisi (Vice Captain), T. Keogh (Coach), S. Baldwin (Captain), S. Glasscott, I. Aitken, J. Vincent (Runner), R. Skien (Team Manager), A. Lugg (Treasurer, Time keeper). Front Row: P. Wilkinson, P Merson, J. Cook, M. Hailes, S, Gray, S. Potter, D. Fitzgerald, M. Turgut, W. Pepper.

Framed VFL Grand Final Ticket - 1938 Victorian Football League Grand Final Ticket Sept 24th Melbourne Cricket Ground Competing Club. Complimentary Ticket for Club Officials & Players only

Carlton Football Club, Carlton North

Brownish frame, 150mm x 10mm (6x4) wood &, cardboard & glass frame. The ticket is centered within the frame

Historical information

VFL Complimentary GF Ticket 1938 GF

Significance

The Framed Ticket is for the 1938 GF is exclusively for Club Officials & Players only. 1938 was a premiership year for Carlton FC

Colour Magazine - Inside Carlton 1997 Yearbook

Carlton Football Club, Carlton North

Colour Magazine 48 pages

Historical information

1997 Annual Carlton Football Club yearbook.

Hardcover Book - Football Record 1946

Carlton Football Club, Carlton North

Blue hardcover book

Historical information

Hardcover book made in 1946 made to keep original copies of “The Football Record”. This book contains all Football Records relating to Carlton games for the season of 1946. Captain: Bob Chitty Coach: Percy Bentley Leading Goal-kicker: Ken Baxter - 46 goals Best & Fairest: Jack Howell

Small Paper Booklet - 128th Annual Report & Balance Sheet (1992)

Carlton Football Club, Carlton North

Historical information

Report Booklet published for use to be presented to members at the AGM 7/12/1992 at Carlton Social Club

Significance

Documents Clubs Financial Position

Small program - Carlton Football Club 1987 Grand Final Dinner, Southern Cross Hotel

Carlton Football Club, Carlton North

Soft cover, 4 pages.

Historical information

Includes List of Toasts and menu for evening. From Roger Skien Collection.

Colour Magazine - AFL Record v Melbourne QF 2000

Carlton Football Club, Carlton North

Historical information

AFL Record QF 2000 Carlton 87 lost to Melbourne 96 Goal Kickers for Carl Lappin 3 Whitnall 3

Significance

Finals were played earlier due to MCG being required for Olympics Soccer 2000

Colour Program - Carlton Football Club 1993 Grand Final Dinner

Carlton Football Club, Carlton North

Navy Blue and white coloured 2 page program

Historical information

A description of the guest speakers, player list, and meal schedule for the 1993 Grand Final dinner at the Australis Grand Ballroom at the Southern Cross Hotel. From Roger Skien Collection.

Herald Sun Liftout - 100 Years of footy : the big grabs

Carlton Football Club, Carlton North

Newspaper

Historical information

Includes B& W photos. Cover, Alex Jesaulenko (Carlton) famous mark on shoulders of Graeme Jenkin just prior to siren in 1970 grand final. 1920s Carlton player Paddy O'Brien. Horrie Clover (1920–1931), Tommy Downs (1927–1933), Stephen Silvagni spectacular mark against Collingwood (1988), Wayne Harmes First Semi Final versus Collingwood. From Roger Skien Collection.

Paperback Book - The Dominator

Carlton Football Club, Carlton North

192 Page Paperback book

Historical information

Biography written with Ron Reed of one of Carlton's greatest players

Significance

Wayne Johnston played in four Carlton Premierships, 1979,1981,1982 & 1987. He was known for his ability to bring his best games to finals. A damaging left foot and a fierce determination Wayne was a pivotal player in a golden era for Carlton.

Inscriptions & Markings

Signature inside cover appears to be "J Upton"

Hardcover Book - Kouta

Carlton Football Club, Carlton North

Historical information

Anthony Koutoufides - Biography/Autobiography Date of birth 18 January 1973 (age 46) Original team(s) Lalor Debut Round 13, 1992, Carlton vs. Adelaide, at Princes Park Height 191 cm (6 ft 3 in) Weight 100 kg (220 lb) Years Club Games (Goals) 1992–2007 Carlton 278 (226) Career highlights Leigh Matthews Trophy (AFLPA MVP): 2000 Robert Reynolds Trophy: 2001, 2005 All Australian: 1995, 2000 Carlton Captain: 2004–2006 Carlton Leading Goalkicker: 1997 Carlton premiership team: 1995 AFL and Carlton life-member Victorian State of Origin: 1999 Australian Football Hall of Fame inductee 2014 Greek Team of the Century: Vice-Captain VFL/AFL Italian Team of the Century: Centre Half-Back

Significance

Book outlining Career & Life of one of Carlton's most popular & gifted players. Kouta was a match winner whose career was curtailed by injury. Kouta's most famous game was Carlton's 1 point win over Essendon 1999 Prelim Final

Hardcover Book - Football Record 1944

Carlton Football Club, Carlton North

blue hardcover book

Historical information

Hardcover book made in 1944 made to keep original copies of “The Football Record”. This book contains all Football Records relating to Carlton games for the season of 1944. Captain: Bob Atkinson / Jim Francis Coach: Percy Bentley Leading Goal-kicker: Jim Mooring - 42 goals Best & Fairest: Bob Chitty Second Best & Fairest: Jim Mooring Jim Park Memorial Cup: Bob Chitty Most Consistent: Arthur Sanger Special Trophy, Most Consistent: Frank Anderson Most Improved: Jim Clark Eddie Miller Trophy, Most Serviceable Player: Rod McLean

Team List CFC 1984 - U19 Team 1984

Carlton Football Club, Carlton North

1 A4 Sheet

Historical information

Team List U19 1984

Significance

List Contains Two Carlton Premiership Players Ian Aitken 1987 Stephen Silvagni 1987 & 1995

Print item - 1986 Annual Report

Carlton Football Club, Carlton North

Print journal. Fold out cover. Part 1 - 32p., part 2 - 15p.

Historical information

Annual report of 1986 season. Carlton were runners-up to Hawthorn. Includes balance sheet. From Roger Skien Collection.

Hardcover Book - Football Record 1951

Carlton Football Club, Carlton North

Blue hardcover book

Historical information

Hardcover book made in 1951 made to keep original copies of “The Football Record”. This book contains all Football Records relating to Carlton games for the season of 1951. Coach: Percy Bentley Captain: Ern Henfry Vice Captain: Ken Hands Leading goal scorer: Keith Warburton - 48 goals

Membership Ticket - 1939 Carlton FC Membership Ticket

Carlton Football Club, Carlton North

Small Card Board Ticket

Historical information

1939 Carlton FC Membership Ticket

Significance

Carlton FC Membership Ticket 1939 Season depicts VFL fixture Carlton Board for 1939 & members name & address Mrs C Clover 14 Blair Pl Coburg. Membership No. 766. The member maybe related Vice President of the club H R Clover.

Colour Magazine - Football Record - Grand Final Special Souvenir 1986 - First Edition

Carlton Football Club, Carlton North

Colour Magazine

Historical information

Football Record - Grand Final Special Souvenir 1986 - First Edition Hawthorn 5.6 8.8 15.9 16.14 110 Sat 27-Sep-1986 2:50 PM Att: 101,861 Venue: M.C.G. Carlton 1.5 4.11 6.13 9.14 68 Hawthorn won by 42 pts

Souvenir Programme - 3KZ Sports Parade and Variety

Carlton Football Club, Carlton North

Beige coloured four page booklet

Historical information

Carlton Radio Sports Parade

Significance

An in season Carlton FC Sports Parade and all star variety 23 April 1948 at the Melbourne Town Hall. The event was broadcast by 3KZ hosted by Norman Banks with John Ford as the announcer. The event had typical 40s & 50s entertainment on radio prior to the advent of TV; Jambouree, Orchestra, Quiz & comedians. The words for songs featuring on the show are on the back cover which includes Carlton's Theme song & the Theme Song for the Sports Parade Show.