Student Demonstration, Stafford,

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Date:1968 - 1970 (c.)

Description:Staffordshire students' protest march on Greengate Street. At the front are John Paish (left) and Fred Baker.

The students carry banners reading 'Don't Kill Further Education' and 'Award Yourself the G.C.E.'


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1780s
Ancient High House, Stafford,
Ancient High House, Stafford,

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1850s
Ancient High House, Stafford
Ancient High House, Stafford

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1870s
Ancient High House, Stafford,
Ancient High House, Stafford,

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1890s
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William Marson and the Old Curiosity Shop, Stafford,

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1920s
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1940s
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1960s
Rear Yard of the Bear Inn, Stafford,
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