Billy Liddell: The Legend Who Carried the Kop

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Pavilion Books, 2004 - Soccer players - 330 pages
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From 1954 to 1962, Billy Liddell was Liverpool's top scorer and played in every department of the team except in goal. Such were his contributions that the club was dubbed Liddellpool. This title contains recollections from players, the public and Billy's family, and a statistics chapter.

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John Keith joined the Brockway Area Historical Society in 2005. His interest in the history along Little Toby Creek has led him through every town, village, and ghost town, and along every logging railroad in the valley. It is his hope that the images in Brockway and Little Toby Valley will help to renew the interest in history throughout the area. A majority of the photographs in the Brockway Area Historical Society, formed in 1953, were donated by local citizens, and the Taylor Memorial Museum was constructed in 1972 to house hundreds of artifacts collected by the founders of the society.

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