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Decorated Pram Parade, Stafford,

'Baby Day' was organised by the Maternity and Child Welfare Committee of Stafford Council after the First World War. Prizes were given to the best decorated prams and bonniest baby, and judging took ...

Decorated Prams, Baby Week, Stafford

This postcard view shows 'Baby Day' which was organised by the Maternity and Child Welfare Committee of Stafford Council after the First World War. Prizes were given to the best decorated prams and ...

Decorated Prams, Baby Week, Stafford,

'Baby Day' was organised by the Maternity and Child Welfare Committee of Stafford Council after the First World War. Prizes were given to the best decorated prams and bonniest baby, and judging took ...

Decorated Prams, Baby Week, Stafford,

'Baby Day' was organised by the Maternity and Child Welfare Committee of Stafford Council after the First World War. Prizes were given to the best decorated prams and bonniest baby, and judging took ...

Delivery Vehicles, Rowland's Grocers, Stafford,

Rowland's were grocers, bakers and butchers, with premises on Gaol Road and Crabbery Street. Rowlands also owned the County Stores public house on Gaol Road.

Doll Pageant Entry, Stafford,

Gladys Holt with her pageant entry 'Dolls' Mannequin Parade'. The annual procession through Stafford ended with a fair on the town common. A prize was awarded to the best decorated entries and along ...

Dolls Shoes, c.1930 -1950

These boots are made out of leather with small tight elastic bands as fasteners. They were originally painted white but most of the colour has faded away with only small pieces of the original colour ...

Donkey Riding

Photograph taken in an unknown location in Staffordshire. It shows a man and dog, and three girls; two of whom are sitting on the backs of donkeys. This glass plate was probably taken by Weiss & ...

Downs Banks, Stone,

In the eighteenth century Bluebarn Farm on Downs Bank grew hops for Joule's Brewery. In 1946 Joule's purchased a the land from Viscount Sidmouth. It was presented to the National Trust on 22 July ...

Dudley Wood Road, Dudley Wood, West Midlands

A view looking north north along Dudley Wood Road, one of a series of photographs taken showing subsidence of buildings due to coal mining. Most of the buildings to the left of the photograph are suffering ...

Employees outside Bostock's Shoe Factory, Stafford,

Edwin Bostock's shoe factory was originally in Foregate Street, Stafford, but was destroyed by fire in 1901. This resulted in a new factory being built on Sandon Road, which opened in 1903. Bostock's ...

Evacuees at Church Cottage, Seighford

Sisters Joan and Pat (last name unknown) were evacuees from Ramsgate, Kent. They stayed with the Breeze family at Church Cottage in Seighford for two or three years during the Second World War. Left ...

Excursion to Trentham Gardens

Jackson and Follick's Bakery staff outing to Trentham Gardens. The vehicle belonged to A.T. Boult who was an undertaker and also hired out carriages for special occasions. His premises were on Eastgate ...

Fairbanks Farm, Seighford

Back row (left to right): Thelma Lowe, Janet Lawton and Hazel Taylor. Front row: Susan Jenks and Rosie Taylor. They are pictured by the hay barn of Fairbanks Farm in Seighford. Acknowledgement: thank ...

Family Group at Milford

A postcard view of a family group taken on 10 August 1910 at Milford. On the reverse it states that the young man in the centre of the picture is Harold William Frith, aged 1 year and 10 months.

Family Group outside Burston Villa,

Family Group, Brocton, (2)

Family group outside a thatched cottage on Oldacre Lane.

Featherbed Lane, Hixon,

Sisters Carmel and Bridget Johnson in Featherbed Lane. New Road Farm can be seen at the bottom of the lane.