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Aston-by-Stone school group

Babies Shoes, mid 20th century

Silk shoes with hand sewn bird detail. The button on one shoe is missing.

Baby show winners, Eccleshall Horticultural Show

Baby Show winners pictured at the 6th Annual Eccleshall Horticultural Show which was held in a field off Newport Road lent by Mr J.R. Hawkins. The winning babies were Fresa Dale and John Leslie Hawkins ...

Baby show, Eccleshall Horticultural Show

Participants in the baby show pictured at the 7th Annual Eccleshall Horticultural Show which was held in a field off Newport Road lent by Mr J.R. Hawkins. The Show was opened by Mrs Way, wife of the Rev. ...

Baby Show, Stafford and Stone Co-operative Society, Stafford

Holding a miniature cup in one hand and clutching the winner’s cup in the other is two year old Lynette Georgina Swift, after she had been judged to be the best baby in the show, organised by the Stafford ...

Baby’s Bonnet, 19th century

This bonnet is a typical baby’s bonnet, in that it is similar to the medieval coif; the bonnet is meant to cover the hair and ears but not the forehead. It was probably worn in the 19th century but ...

Baby’s Bonnet, late Victorian / early 20th century

This bonnet is handmade with a hand sewn ‘M’ on the side, possibly the baby's initial. The bonnet is simple with no decoration or detail meaning it was probably an everyday bonnet. Bonnet’s were ...

Baby’s Satin Bonnet, 19th century

This baby’s bonnet is made out of satin and is trimmed in down feather and was possibly used as a Christening bonnet. The feather down has been mostly lost over the years with just a small amount of the ...

Baby’s White Dress

This is a handmade dress that may have been used as a Christening Gown before being altered into a formal dress. The dress has broderie anglaise on the collar, cuffs, hemline and on the belt, these ...

Baby's Bonnet

This bonnet was possibly handmade and used for Christenings or formal occasions. It has broderie anglaise along the neck and the long ribbon ties were used for extra decoration, as they would have been ...

Bagnall Lock Bridge, Alrewas

Bridge number 49 on the Trent and Mersey Canal at Bagnall Lock, close to the Kings Bromley road at Alrewas. This postcard scene is of younsters feeding swans from a narrow boat with lots of young onlookers ...

Baker boys at Shugborough Walled Garden,

David and Colin Baker standing by a chicken coup and run in the South East Walled Garden at Shugborough. Their father Cecil George Baker was the tenant of Shugborough Walled Garden between 1932 and ...

Baker boys at Shugborough,

Colin Baker (left, on his bicycle) with his brother David at Shugborough Park. Their father Colin George Baker was the Walled Garden tenant at Shugborough between 1932 and 1939.

Baker family, Shugborough Walled Garden

The Baker family in the Walled Garden at Shugborough. Cecil George Baker (left) was the Walled Garden tenant between 1932 and 1939. Next to hime is his wife Sylvia, son Colin and one of Colin's uncles. ...

Bank Street, Heath Hayes

A view of Bank Street, Heath Hayes with what are now numbers 77, 79 and 81 Bank Street on the right. The houses are now rendered in white, but the doors and windows of the two left-hand buildings can ...

Barlow family at Highcroft, Rough Close

Charles Barlow (in bowler hat) with his two eldest children and baby Dorothy held by the housemaid. This is one of a set of photographs of the Barlow family of Highcroft, Windmill Hill, Rough Close. ...

Barlow family at Highcroft, Rough Close

Charles Barlow (left) with two of his children and the coachman. This is one of a set of photographs of the Barlow family of Highcroft, Windmill Hill, Rough Close. The Barlows were pottery manufacturers ...

Barlow family at Highcroft, Rough Close

Charles Barlow, pottery manufacturer (in bowler hat), with his family in the garden at Highcroft. This is one of a set of photographs of the Barlow family of Highcroft, Windmill Hill, Rough Close. ...