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Aerographing.

Pottery factory interior with a view of women aerographing. They are using pneumatic airbrushes. Possibly taken at the Gladstone China, Uttoxeter Road, Stoke-on-Trent. Aerography was the mechanical ...

Aeroplane from a Flying Display, Stafford,

The pilot was Gustav Hamel, a pioneer aviator, who performed a flying display over Lammascote Fields at the request of Stafford Town Council. His monoplane was brought to Stafford by train and taken ...

Aethelflaeda monument ,31 Aldergate, Tamworth

Henry Mitchell is seen here carving the column of the Aethelflaeda monument, in his workshop at 31 Aldergate, Tamworth. The Aethelflaeda monument, of Aethelflaeda and her nephew Athelstan, was built ...

Aethelfleda Millenary Pageant Costume, Stafford,

In 1913 a Millenary Pageant was performed in the castle fields to celebrate 1000 years of Stafford's history from its founding in 913 AD by Aethelfleda. This photograph is of Nora Ramscar Wright, ...

Aethelfleda, Millenary Pageant Costume, Stafford,

In 1913 a Millenary Pageant was performed in the Castle fields to celebrate 1000 years of Stafford's history from its founding in 913 AD by Aethelfleda. This photograph is of Nora Ramscar Wright, dressed ...

Aftermath of the pit explosion at West Cannock No. 5 Mine, Hednesford

Miner being comforted following a firedamp explosion in the pit on May 16 1933, which killed 6 men and 2 horses. West Cannock Colliery Company had 5 sites: No.1 plant (pit) was sunk in 1869 and ...

Afternoon tea, Woodseaves area

Three women and a girl taking tea in a garden, somewhere in the Woodseaves area. Please contact us if you recognise the people or the location. Photographer: Harry Osbourne of Woodseaves.

Afternoon tea, Woodseaves area

Three women and a girl taking afternoon tea in an unidentified garden in the Woodseaves area. Photographer: Harry Osbourne of Woodseaves.

Afternoon tea, Woodseaves area

A group of people taking tea in a garden in the Woodseaves area. Please contact us if you recognise the people or location. Photographer: Harry Osbourne of Woodseaves.

Air raid warden, Bilbrook area

An Air Raid Warden pictured during the early part of the 2nd World War. He is wearing helmet, overalls and an arm band. Later on in the war he would probably be wearing battle dress.

Air Training Corps Parade Inspection, R.A.F. Stafford,

Cadets from Stone Air Training Corps on parade at R.A.F. Stafford. The aim of the Air Training Corps was to prepare cadets for service in the Royal Airforce or the Fleet Air Arm of the Royal Navy. The ...

Air Training Corps Parade, Stone,

The aim of the Air Training Corps was to prepare cadets for service in the Royal Airforce or the Fleet Air Arm of the Royal Navy. This picture shows 1436 Squadron A.T.C., the first to be formed in ...

Air Training Corps Recruitment Display, Stone

The aim of the Air Training Corps was to prepare cadets for service in the Royal Airforce or the Fleet Air Arm of the Royal Navy. The Stone Air Defence Cadet Corps (later the A.T.C.) was founded in ...

Air Training Corps, Mayor's Civic Parade, Stone

The aim of the Air Training Corps was to prepare cadets for service in the Royal Airforce or the Fleet Air Arm of the Royal Navy. The Stone Air Defence Cadet Corps (later the A.T.C.) was founded in ...

Air-Vice Marshal Worthington visits RAF Hixon

This image is thought to be of Air-Vice Marshall Worthington inspecting a parade of service personal at RAF Hixon. During 1957 he became Director-General of Equipment at the Air Ministry. RAF Hixon ...

Air-Vice Marshal Worthington visits RAF Hixon

Taking the salute during a parade at RAF Hixon is Air-Vice Marshall Worthington. During 1957 he became Director-General of Equipment at the Air Ministry. RAF Hixon opened in 1942 as a base for Bomber ...

Albert Hall Theatre, Stafford,

The Albert Cinema opened in May 1912 in a former rag and bone warehouse on Crabbery Street. It closed three years later. In 1919 the building was converted into a repertory theatre and remained as ...

Albert Terrace, Wolstanton. Photographed by William Blake.

Street scene taken at Albert Terrace, Wolstanton, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire. The scene includes a child holding a basket. A horse and cart can be seen in the background.