William James Crawford was a notable sports photographer.
His early work included the official photographer of the 1906-07 South Africa rugby union tour to Britain.
He was the official club photographer of Tottenham Hotspur F.C. from 1919 until the 1936-37 seasons during which time he published a series of postcard team groups.
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