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
Philip T. Dale, Stafford
Philip T. Dale, Stafford

A cabinet card studio portrait of Philip Thomas Dale, who was born in Birmingham ...

1910s
Peace Day, Greengate Street, Stafford
Peace Day, Greengate Street, Stafford

Crowds of people watching a military march past outside Lipton's grocers on Greengate ...

1930s
Auxiliary Fire Service lapel badge
Auxiliary Fire Service lapel badge

The Auxiliary Fire Service was created in July 1938 to assist the Fire Brigade ...

1960s
Brookfields goods recipt, Stafford
Brookfields goods recipt, Stafford

A bill from Brookfields, Greengate St. and St. Mary's Gate, Stafford, Tailor, hosiers ...

1980s
Midland Red Bus in Stafford
Midland Red Bus in Stafford

Passengers are pictured boarding a Midland Red bus in the Stafford area. This photograph ...

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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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