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Drawing Room, Rodbaston Hall

The late-Victorian Drawing Room of Rodbaston Hall while it was owned by the family of Henry and Jane Ward. during the Victorian period. It is now the staff room. The large chandelier on the top right ...

Drawing Room, Tamworth Castle

This photograph shows the interior of Tamworth Castle's State Withdrawing Room, furnished by the tenant Thomas Cooke for his family. The room has a superb frieze of the Ferrers, Compton and Shirley families' ...

Duckett type toilet. Circa 1972

This type of toilet was in general use in working class housing in the Potteries from around 1880.

Entrance Hall and Staircase, 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 ...

Ernest Brandrick, Altar screen and cloth, Stafford

Mr Ernest Brandrick, of 47 New Street, Stafford, is pictured with the altar screen and cloth, which he embroidered in his spare time. Ernest was a seaman at the age of 16, and during his shipboard ...

Fireplace overmantle at Loxley Hall, near Uttoxeter

Close up view of an overmantle depicting the royal crest and surrounded by heraldic devices of various nobility. A frieze of more heraldic devices runs around the room. Loxley Hall was built around ...

Fireplace, Noah's Ark Inn, Stafford,

The Noah's Ark on Crabbery Street was originally built as a town house in the sixteenth century. In August 1575 Queen Elizabeth I took wine here during her journey through the town. In the late 1800s ...

Fred Hartland, Brocton

Fred is pictured in the living room of his home, Chase Cottage, Brook Lane, Brocton. He lived in this cottage all his life, and it belonged to the Earl of Lichfield's Estate. He was 92 when he died.

Frobisher Hall, Swynnerton

Corner of a resident's room in Foyle House,Frobisher Hall. Frobisher Hall, Swynnerton was built during World War Two to accommodate workers at Royal Ordinance factory at Swynnerton. During the 1950s ...

Games Room, 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 ...

Garden Through French Windows. Photographed by William Blake.

View of Blake's garden at Glentworth, Cobden Street, Dresden, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire.

Gas lighting, Jerningham Street, Stafford

Armand Chatfield at home in Jerningham Street, Stafford, operating his CB (Citizens' Band) radio by gaslight. This was the last house in Stafford to be lit solely by gas, only converting to electricity ...

Great Staircase at Blithfield Hall

The Great Staircase dates from 1660-1670 and is not in its orginal position. Blithfield Hall, the home of the Bagot family since 1367, is a medieval house with later additions. The house was re-modelled ...

Grocery Shop Exterior, Eccleshall,

The exact location of this shop is not known. It is either in Eccleshall, or in one of the villages nearby.

Hardware and Kitchen ware displays, Bratt and Dyke, Hanley

The hardware and kitchen ware section in the basement of Bratt and Dyke's Department Store in Hanley. Draper Oliver Dyke opened a shop in Hanley in 1890 with the financial support of Northwich draper ...

Homes

Oil painting on canvas by Tony Phillips (1952-). Commissioned by Staffordshire Arts and Museum Service for the 'home' exhibition held at the Shire Hall Gallery, Stafford in 2003. The artist worked with ...

House Interior. Photographed by William Blake.

Early 20th century house interior including a bookcase, gramophone and many ornamental items.

House Interior. Photographed by William Blake.

Early 20th century house interior including a gramophone, piano and many ornamental items.