Greengate Street, Stafford

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Date:1890 - 1895 (c.)

Description:Lantern slide view of Greengate Street, Stafford showing the Ancient High House, including William Marson's 'Ye Olde Curiosity Shop', and Wynne's bootmakers shop. In the foreground are two labourers, with a group of men looking to camera beyond. The shop shutters are closed so this photograph may have been taken during half-day closing or on a Sunday. Photograph Believed to have been taken by Walter Williams (1876-1929) of Stafford.


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1870s
Philip Dale and son, Stafford
Philip Dale and son, Stafford

This carte de visite studio portrait shows Philip Dale (1832-1917), brazier and ...

1890s
St. Chad's Church, Stafford
St. Chad's Church, Stafford

A lantern slide view of St. Chad's Church, Stafford. the entrance to Peach's milliners ...

1910s
The Zetland Cafe, Market Square, Stafford
The Zetland Cafe, Market Square, Stafford

Agnes Galloway opened the Zetland Café on the first floor of 54a Greengate ...

1930s
Captain Alfred Ernest Haywood, Stafford Fire Brigade
Captain Alfred Ernest Haywood, Stafford Fire Brigade

Alfred Ernest Haywood (1876-1958) was born in Newcastle under Lyme, one of 14 children ...

1950s
Dale's Shop, Stafford
Dale's Shop, Stafford

This building at 11 Greengate Street was a typical Tudor house built around 1500, ...

1980s
Women's hat
Women's hat

A natural coloured straw hat with brim turned up at the front, fastened with black ...

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Image courtesy of: Mrs A Nwenwu

Donor ref:P2019.026.0024 (37/40828)

Source: Staffordshire Museum Service

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