Landlord and Regulars outside the New Inn, Stafford,

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Date:1929 - 1931 (c.)

Description:The New Inn was on Broad Eye; the landlord was Mr Ernest Haywood, seen fourth from the left in his shirt sleeves.

Note that some of the men are wearing flowers in their buttonholes, which was a common practice at this date. Mr Haywood had a metal flower holder into which he poured water to keep the flower fresh.

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Donor ref:P81.070.0002 (18/1345)

Source: Staffordshire Museum Service

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