Miss Layng's Preparatory School, Stafford,

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Date:1895 - 1896 (c.)

Description:A group of school boys with their teacher, Miss Layng, at her private School at 33 Newport Road, Stafford.

The school was in existance between about 1890 and 1896. Miss Layng was probably Lucy Melissa Layng, sister of the Headmaster of Stafford Grammar School, A.E.F. Layng.


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1910s
Cricket Team, Stafford Grammar School,
Cricket Team, Stafford Grammar School,

Back Row: C. Smith, R. Hall, W. Robinson, P. Bridgwood, C. Woodger, ? Broadbent, ...

1920s
Stafford Grammar School Dramatic Production,
Stafford Grammar School Dramatic Production,

King Edward VI Grammar School production of 'She Stoops to Conquer'. The school, ...

1990s
After the fire at Fatty Arbuckles,
After the fire at Fatty Arbuckles,

Fatty Arbuckle's night club after the fire in 1991. The club was previously known ...

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Donor ref:P97.004.0276 (18/1105)

Source: Staffordshire Museum Service

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