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Trust Curator Tom Wright details the events of the first ever women's international football match, the occasion played between Scotland and England at Easter Road.
The Northern Ireland international dazzled Easter Road with his fleeting feet and imperious displays on the wing for three years.
Tom Wright documents the attempt made by Harry Swan and representatives from several other clubs to form a Floodlit Football League during the mid 1950s.
With Remembrance Sunday this weekend, Tom Wright profiles the life and career of Bobby Atherton, a former Hibernian player who made the supreme sacrifice during the First World War.
Tom Wright describes in detail the events which led to Wallace Mercer's takeover bid and the story of how it was defeated by the Hibernian supporters and Sir Tom Farmer.
Over the last couple of weeks, the Hibernian Historical Trust have organised the installation of images to celebrate our Scottish Cup triumph. They are mounted in the reception area of the West Stand at Easter Road Stadium.
An exciting winger that wowed Easter Road crowds for seven years, producing many memories playing in green and white.
Tom Wright looks at the first meeting between Hibernian and our current Championship rivals, Dundee United.