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Argyll Road, Longton. Photographed by William Blake.

Street scene taken at Argyll Road, Longton, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire. This is one of many street scenes in the Blake Collection. Most of them were taken in the Normacot and Dresden areas near ...

Army Manoeuvres, Salisbury Plain, Wiltshire

A hawker's tent selling fruit, vegetables and chocolate pictured during Army cavalry manoeuvres at Pond Farm, near Easterton on Salisbury Plain. Photographer: Harry Osbourne of Woodseaves.

Arthur Inett and daughter Gladys, St. Chad's Church, Pattingham

Arthur lived in Hall End Lane, Pattingham.

Ash Green, Trentham,

Aubrey Philpott, Oakfield House, Lane Green Road, Bilbrook

Aubrey Philpott pictured with bicycle at the rear of Oakfield House, Lane Green Road, Bilbrook.

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 ...

Bagnall's toy shop window, Stafford,

Shop window of Bagnall's Toys and Models, 18 Salter Street, Stafford. The window is full of toys and models from the Thunderbirds television series, advertising the film 'Thunderbirds Are Go!' which ...

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. ...

Bakestone at Broncott Farm, Upper Hulme

A built in millstone grit bakestone (or 'backstone') in the kitchen at Broncott Farm, Upper Hulme, near the Roaches. It was used for making Staffordshire oatcakes. it wasd dismantled and moved to the ...

Bakestone at Over Boothlow Farm, Longnor

To the left of a laundry copper is a built-in bakestone (or 'backstone') in the kitchen at Over Boothlow Farm, Longnor. It is made of brick with a circular iron plate on top, and was used to make Staffordshire ...

Ballroom, Swinfen Hall, Lichfield

The Ballroom is part of the south wing that was built in Edwardian times by Colonel Swinfen Broun. It is believed to have been built for his only daughter's 21st birthday.

Ball's yard, Newcastle-under-Lyme

Located off Hassell street, this photograph shows the small terraced housing of Ball's yard that was typical in Newcastle. These houses and many like them were eventually cleared and residents moved into ...

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. ...

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. ...

Beattie Avenue during the arrival of their new residents from Paradise Street, Newcastle-under-Lyme

By the late 1930s and the time of this photograph slum clearance had started in Newcastle-under-Lyme. Some of the first people to be re-housed were the residents of Paradise Street who were moved to Beattie ...

Bedroom, Highfield Manor, Stafford,

Highfield Manor was built in 1880 by David Hollin, a boot and shoe manufacturer. In 1900 Mr Hollin commissioned a series of photographs, showing the inside and outside of his home. Although Highfields ...

Belgian Refugees, Stone

Following the German invasion of Belgium during World War I, refugees became a familiar sight in towns and villages across the country. Local photographers found them an interesting subject for postcards....