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Mr Edward Shemilt and his Dog, Milwich,

Edward Shemilt with his dog 'Old Watch'.

Mr F H Darrall, Brunswick Terrace, Stafford

Mr F H Darrall of 15 Brunswick Terrace keeps a watchful eye on his pet alligator, while his Mexican lizard clings to his shoulder apprehensively. The alligator, aged between nine and twelve months ...

Munchies Cafe, Piccadilly, Hanley

Munchies café and takeway which stands at the bottom of Piccadilly, Hanley, on the corner with Albion Street.

New Zealand Rifle Brigade at Brocton Camp

This postcard view of soldiers from the New Zealand Rifle Brigade is titled “Teatime N.Z.o.o. at Brocton”. This could be a humorous reference to the 'zoo' consisting of the cat and dog in the photograph. ...

Newport Road, Stafford

Newport Road at the bottom of the railway bridge, looking away from the town centre. Castle Terrace is on the right, and behind the hedges and trees on the left would be later built the offices and ...

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 ...

North Staffordshire Railway Workers, Blythe Bridge

In the centre is the guard, George Higginson, with a dog on his lap. He is surrounded by two porters, Frederick Albert Eddowes, who would have been about 15 at the time, is on the left with W.G. Gallimore ...

Nurse maids at Newcastle-under-Lyme Workhouse

Photograph of nurse maids with a collie dog at Newcastle-under-Lyme Workhouse. Newcastle-under-Lyme Poor Law Union was formed in April 1838 and a workhouse for up to 350 inmates was built on Keele ...

Old Road Farm, Barlaston

Old Road Farm house with the farmer and his family. The man in the bowler hat is possibly the farmer, John Hassall Kirkham. The farm house no longer exists, although some of the farm buildings have survived ...

Old Town Hall, Stafford,

There has been a shire building in Stafford since the 1280s, used as a meeting place for the County Court and later for other civic meetings. The Old Town Hall building was built in 1586. In 1795 ...

Pigeon loft, Rugeley

In the 1920's Pigeon keeping was a very popular pastime and there were two pigeon flying clubs in the area, one at Rugeley and another in Bereton.

Pigeon race winners, Rugeley

Mr J. Jones and his sons holding their prize winning racing pigeons, pictured outided their pigeon loft in Rugeley. A Rugeley Times photograph (courtesy of the Birmingham Post).

Pigeon racers, Armitage

The Spinks brothers and their father with their racing pigeons, Rectory Lane, Armitage. A Rugeley Times photograph (courtesy of the Birmingham Post).

Policeman and family, Newborough

Police Constable Joseph Eastbury with his family and pet dog outside the village Police House in Newborough. Born around 1879, Joseph Eastbury married Beatrice Davies at Leigh, Staffrdshire in 1905. ...

Policemen and motorcycle, Stone

Three uniformed policemen, a man in civilian clothing and two dogs with a motorcycle and sidecar combination. Photograph believed to have been taken at the rear of the Police Station on Radford Street, ...

Portrait of N. Martin on his pony, Hednesford

The boy is wearing a knicker-bocker suit, stockings and shoes, with a pull-on hat. It is presumed that the man and woman are the boy's parents.

Portrait outside house, Woodseaves area

A couple and their dog pictured outside a house. The location and people are unidentified, but it is believed to have been taken in the Woodseaves area. Please let us know if you recognise the house. Photographer: ...

Prize winning Pointer from Stafford

Winning points is Mr W Kerr, of Sidney Avenue, Stafford, who shows to advantage his 16 month old Pointer, Clunvale Dynamic, best exhibit in the show and also winner of four first awards at Uttoxeter and ...