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

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Date:1915 - 1916 (c.)

Description:Sir Walter Essex was the Liberal M.P. for Stafford 1910 - 1918. He is accompanied by the Mayor of Stafford.

On the right stands a young scout holding a collection box.


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1780s
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1850s
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1870s
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1890s
Brookfield's Department Store, Stafford,
Brookfield's Department Store, Stafford,

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1900s
Jolly Bacchus Public House, Stafford,
Jolly Bacchus Public House, Stafford,

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1920s
Decorated Pram Parade, Stafford,
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1950s
Dale's Ironmongers Shop Interior, Stafford,
Dale's Ironmongers Shop Interior, Stafford,

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1960s
Student Demonstration, Stafford,
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Donor ref:P82.040.0002 (18/749)

Source: Staffordshire Museum Service

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