Stafford - Ancient 'High House': lithograph

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Date:1781

Description:Showing a group of old houses, including the High Hall, of timber construction, with overhanging gables. There are porches with steps on the ground floor. There is horse and cart on the road in front of the houses. Lithograph by R. Martin after a drawing by J.R. Ferneyhough.


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1850s
Martin Street, Stafford,
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1870s
William Marson and Magic Lanterns, Stafford,
William Marson and Magic Lanterns, Stafford,

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1890s
St. Mary's Passage, Stafford,
St. Mary's Passage, 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
Avon Players,
Avon Players, "Johnny Belinda", Stafford

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1980s
Cycle road race in Stafford,
Cycle road race in Stafford,

Cyclist M. Downs being interviewed outside the Swan Hotel in Greengate Street before ...

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Donor ref:SV-IX.86 (45/8595)

Source: William Salt Library

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