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Victorian Child’s Coat

A cream coloured woollen coat, with a scalloped edge.

Victorian Child’s White Dress

Victorian children were dressed like miniature adults to a certain extent, for example girls’ skirts were shorter than adults. The skirt would gradually get longer as the girl aged, so when she was sixteen ...

Victorian Children’s Leather Shoes

Victorian children wore hard leather shoes that were durable, as shoes were very expensive as they were handmade. Most children, unless they were wealthy, would have worn ill-fitting shoes which were ...

Village coach outing, Weston

Pictured are a group from Weston, near Stafford preparing for a coach outing. Among those in this photograph: on the left Fred Johnson, in the centre Mrs Smith (holding gloves), Mrs Marks (holding a ...

Village Stores, Hilderstone,

On the right, next to the delivery cart horse, is Matthew Henry (Harry) Meddings, age 30, grocer and baker. The woman in the doorway (front) is most likely Mary Ann Meddings, the small boy is possibly ...

Village, Unknown. Photographed by William Blake.

Village scene including houses and two young girls. The location is unknown.

Villiers Street, Dresden. Photographed by William Blake.

Villiers Street, Dresden, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire. The street was named after the politician Charles Pelham Villiers who was the longest serving MP in Parliamentary history. For sixty three years ...

Violin Class, Corporation Street Primary Boys School, Stafford

Photograph taken in the hall of Corporation Street Primary Boys School, Stafford, built in 1909. The school is now known as John Wheeldon Primary Academy (2017).

Visit by Princess Margaret, RAF Stafford

Princess Margaret is seen here inspecting the Guard of Honour during her visit to RAF Stafford in 1959. RAF Stafford was formed 1 December 1939 following the purchase by the Treasury of 362 acres of ...

Visit of the Duchess of Teck, Old Stockwell House, Leek

The photograph was taken in the garden of Old Stockwell House, which used to back onto the Nicolson Institute. Old Stockwell House was owned at this time by the Worthington family. The lady with the ...

Waiting for the bus outside St Marys Catholic Church, Uttoxeter

Waiting for the bus outside St Mary's Catholic Church on Balance Street to take them to a competition in Stafford. Frances Holllins is 2nd in the queue from the right, behind the Mayor.

Wakes Sports Day, Alstonefield

Fancy dress at Alstonefield Wakes Sports Day, July 1973.

Walking Match, Armitage

Pictured is the start of the Armitage Club and Institute Walking Match, an image taken from a glass negative. The Walking Match commenced at the junction of Old Road and New Road. In the background ...

Walking Match, Armitage

Pictured is the start of the Armitage Club and Institute Walking Match, an image taken from a glass negative. The Walking Match commenced at the junction of Old Road and New Road. In the background ...

Walton Heath, near Stone

A tinted postcard view published by A.W. Tilley, Newsagent and Stationers of 7 Radford Street, Stone.

Walton Priory Middle School, Stone

Pupils are pictured listening to Mrs Emmerson, the School Librarian, inside Walton Priory Middle School. The School which opened during 1974 was the first purpose built middle school in Staffordshire. ...

Walton Priory Middle School, Stone

Pupils are pictured busy at work during their school lessons inside Walton Priory Middle School. The School which opened during 1974 was the first purpose built middle school in Staffordshire. This ...

Walton Priory Middle School, Stone

Pupils are pictured during their school lessons inside Walton Priory Middle School. The School which opened during 1974 was the first purpose built middle school in Staffordshire. This photograph was ...