Martin Street, Stafford,

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Date:1850 - 1851 (c.)

Description:Watercolour painting by Great Haywood born sculptor and artist Samuel Peploe Wood (1827-1873). View down Martin Street, looking towards St. Mary's Church.


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1780s
Ancient High House, Stafford,
Ancient High House, Stafford,

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1870s
William Marson and Magic Lanterns, Stafford,
William Marson and Magic Lanterns, Stafford,

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1890s
Marson's Grocery Shop, High House, Stafford,
Marson's Grocery Shop, High House, Stafford,

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1910s
Sir Walter Essex MP in a Horse-drawn Carriage, Stafford,
Sir Walter Essex MP in a Horse-drawn Carriage, Stafford,

Sir Walter Essex was the Liberal M.P. for Stafford 1910 - 1918. He is accompanied ...

1930s
Portrait of Philip Dale, Stafford,
Portrait of Philip Dale, Stafford,

Mr Philip Dale was the proprietor of Dale's, the ironmongers shop on Greengate Street. ...

1950s
Queen Elizabeth II's Visit to Stafford in 1955
Queen Elizabeth II's Visit to Stafford in 1955

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Creators: Samuel Peploe Wood, (artist) - Creator

Donor ref:G94.165.0001 (18/2790)

Source: Staffordshire Museum Service

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