Carnival on Carter Street, Uttoxeter

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Date:1920 - 1925 (c.)

Description:Parade of fancy dress contestants walking along Carter Street, Uttoxeter. The characters include an Army drummer, a native American Indian, William Shakespeare and His Master's Voice. The Post Office can be seen to the right.

A photograph by Alfred McCann (1865-1943) of Uttoxeter.


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Edward McCann carte de visite, Uttoxeter
Edward McCann carte de visite, Uttoxeter

The reverse of a carte de visite produced by Edward McCann, Uttoxeter photographer, ...

Carter Street, Uttoxeter
Carter Street, Uttoxeter

A postcard view taken by Alfred McCann of Carter Street, looking away from the town ...

Greenwood's draper's shop, Carter Street, Uttoxeter
Greenwood's draper's shop, Carter Street, Uttoxeter

This is believed to be the shop window of J.H. Greenwood's drapers, wool and silk ...

Dairy Shorthorn Cow
Dairy Shorthorn Cow

A Dairy Shorthorn cow and farmworker at an unknown location. Taken by Uttoxeter ...

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Image courtesy of: Mrs G.S. McCann

Donor ref:76.41.10248 (37/22958)

Source: Staffordshire Museum Service

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