Slipper Inn, Stafford,

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Date:1929 - 1931 (c.)

Description:The licensee in the doorway is James Simkin who was licensee before the war until the Slipper Inn was closed in the 1950s.


The heart-shaped sign is advertising Butler's Ales.


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1880s
Stafford Street, Stafford,
Stafford Street, Stafford,

Richardson's Corner. The view is looking down Stafford Street from Gaolgate Street. ...

1900s
Brookfield's House Furnishers and Removal Company, Stafford,
Brookfield's House Furnishers and Removal Company, Stafford,

Brookfield's furniture and removal business in Gaolgate Street, In 1743 George ...

1920s
Licensees of the Jolly Crafts Public House, Stafford
Licensees of the Jolly Crafts Public House, Stafford

Studio portrait of Harry and Edith Taylor, who were the licensees of the Jolly Crafts ...

1950s
Albert Hall Cinema, Interior, Stafford,
Albert Hall Cinema, Interior, Stafford,

The Albert Cinema opened in May 1912 in a former rag and bone warehouse on Crabbery ...

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Donor ref:P80.009.0001 (18/1321)

Source: Staffordshire Museum Service

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