'The Game on New Year's Day' remembered by Ted Brack.
With the help of supporters, the Historical Trust recently acquired the medal collection belonging to Gordon Smith which is now on display at the stadium.
Born in Livingston in 1919, outside right Tommy McIntyre became one of Hibs manager Willie McCartney's first signings when he joined the club from Portobello Renton during the 1936-37 season.
Born in Ireland, Patrick Felix Cavanagh moved to Edinburgh as a young man when his parents fled to escape the terrible potato famine that was then ravaging the entire country.
The first rules of the Hibernian Football Club in 1875 states that the players should provide at their own expense; Caps, white Guernsey's displaying a Harp on the left breast, and white trousers with green stripes.
Worn by Andy Goram, this jersey has been used by a man considered by many to be one of Scotland’s greatest ever goalkeepers.
During the early days of the Second World War, with the country divided up into regional leagues and a maximum wage limit in operation, football had reverted to what was in reality a part time occupation.
The signed Bohemian jersey was presented to the club by the visiting directors after the friendly match between the sides at Easter Road on 21 March 2011, which Hibernian won 2-1.
The Hibernian Historical Trust is delighted to confirm that our charity partner Alzheimer Scotland is to be the beneficiary of the first official SPL Charity Weekend, as featured on the Official Hibernian Football Club website.