Dorman's Factory War Memorial, Stafford

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Date:1919

Description:This First World War Memorial is painted in oils on canvas and lists those employees of W.H. Dorman & Co Ltd of Stafford who fought in the 1914-18 war.

Names are listed on the main panels with additional names on the cross and scrolls in the foreground. At the top is a figure of Christ and two angels. In the centre is a view of cathedral and the gates to heaven. It is signed bottom left, 'H. Clewlow'. Harry Clewlow is listed in Halden & Haywood's Stafford directory as Painter (Signwriter) at 21 Brook Street, Stafford, between 1920 and 1939. Brook Street was later renamed Broad Street.

Dimensions: width 1320 mm, height 1475 mm.

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Source: Staffordshire Museum Service

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