Magazine Display, W.H. Smith and Son, Stafford,

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Date:1920 - 1921 (c.)

Description:Interior of W.H. Smith newsagents on Greengate Street.


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1680s
Old Town Hall, Stafford,
Old Town Hall, Stafford,

There has been a shire building in Stafford since the 1280s, used as a meeting place ...

1790s
Proposed Design for Stafford's Shire Hall,
Proposed Design for Stafford's Shire Hall,

Design for a new Shire Hall on Market Square. In 1790 a decision was made to ...

1840s
Market Square from the South, Stafford,
Market Square from the South, Stafford,

Stafford possessed a market as early as 1206, when Edward the Elder passed a law ...

1860s
Harry Bostock, Stafford,
Harry Bostock, Stafford,

1880s
Queen Victoria's Golden Jubilee Celebrations, Stafford,
Queen Victoria's Golden Jubilee Celebrations, Stafford,

The Market Square decorated with flags. Victoria's Golden Jubilee was marked ...

1900s
Shire Hall and Market Square, Stafford,
Shire Hall and Market Square, Stafford,

Stafford had held a weekly market since the Middle Ages. In 1853 a covered market ...

1920s
Christening a New Fire Engine, Stafford
Christening a New Fire Engine, Stafford

Mayor William Thomas Richardson and Mayoress Emily Richardson of Stafford christening ...

1940s
'Steps to Prosperity' Pageant Float, Stafford
'Steps to Prosperity' Pageant Float, Stafford

'Steps to Prosperity' float, encouraging recycling during the post-war period, entered ...

1960s
Aerial View of Stafford from the South-east,
Aerial View of Stafford from the South-east,

View looking north-west from over South Walls and Eastgate Street. The River ...

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Donor ref:P97.010.0015 (18/1380)

Source: Staffordshire Museum Service

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