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Bull's Bank, Lower Street, Newcastle-under-Lyme

Taken in 1935 this picture of Bull's Bank in Newcastle-under-Lyme takes in the tower of St. Giles' Church, the alleyway that leads to the churchyard and three of the terraced houses that surrounded the ...

Byeways, Histon's Hill, Codsall

Christine and Jack Whitaker (2nd and 3rd from left) receiving the keys to Byeways, on Histon's Hill, Codsall having just purchased the house. Byeways started life as No 1, Queens Gardens and was the furnished ...

Cadet Nurses, St. John Ambulance Brigade, Stafford

Mrs J M Porter, Staffordshire County Cadet Officer, is pictured presenting a proficiency certificate to 14 year old Marjorie Clarke, who was one of eight girl cadets of the Staffordshire Headquarters ...

Calash

Purple silk calash lined with hessian. Four hoops with material gathered in between. Belonged to Mary Landor (1777-1860), daughter of John Landor, Rector of Colton. She was a spinster and spent ...

Caldon Canal, Consall

View of the Caldon Canal near Consall. A woman, young woman and three children on tow path.

Cambridge family portrait, White Pump Farm, Wheaton Aston

Dairy farmer Thomas Burnap Cambridge with his wife Martha (nee Evans) pictured with their children Molly, Geoffrey and Roy who are seen here standing behind, with Myra standing in between her parents. ...

Canal workers, Cannock Wharf

A group of canal workers pictured at Cannock Wharf. The Cannock Extension of the Birmingham Canal Navigation extended as far as East Cannock Colliery, Hednesford.

Cannock Advertiser staff trip to Blackpool

A group of Cannock Advertiser staff during trip to Blackpool. Included are: Ken Harrison, Ernie Jones, Frank Arrowsmith (back row, far right), Iris Withington (middle row, 5th from left), Miles Withington ...

Cannock Chase Laundry staff and van

Photograph of Cannock Chase Laundry staff and a delivery van outside Cannock Chase Motor Co. Ltd. garage, Cannock.

Cannock Chase Laundry staff and van

Photograph of Cannock Chase Laundry staff and delivery van, possibly delivering to one of the Great War Army training camps on Cannock Chase, Staffordshire.

Cannock Chase Laundry staff and van, Chadsmoor

Photograph of Cannock Chase Laundry staff and delivery van, Arthur Street, Chadsmoor, Cannock, Staffordshire.

Cannock Town centre looking South to the A34 and Walsall Road

A mother with her children, one in a pram and other groups of children stand talking or playing in the street. On the left of the picture is the Crown Hotel, which was knocked down in the 1960s. The trees ...

Cannock Urban District Council Members and Officers, The Council House, High Green, Cannock

On the front row, left to right are: Percy Shaw, Walter Holston, Jack Holston, Marjorie Heath, Bernard Rastall, Len Sharrat (Chairman for that year), Dennis Dixon Snr., Joan Loverock, Ike Jaques, Ernie ...

Canteen Ladies Retirement Presentation, Blythe Colours, Cresswell

Retirement presentation for Mrs M Thomas (holding flowers) of the Canteen staff at Blythe Colour Works. From left to right: Mrs M Bennison, Mrs E Harris, Mrs Lily Hollinshead, Mrs Mary Warrington, ...

Canteen, Job White & Sons Ltd., Leek

This photograph was taken at 1 o'clock, the end of the lunch hour (shown on the clock). It was obviously winter-time as most of the workers are wearing their winter coats, and some of the ladies even ...

Cardigan suit

Cardigan suit of beige wool, knitted in a boucle pattern typical of the early 1960s. The straight skirt has an elasticated rib knit waistband and is lined with acetate. Box jacket with attractive black ...

Carnival Queen and attendants, Uttoxeter

Eva Rock, Uttoxeter Carnival Queen of 1934, with her attendants Kathleen Cockersole, Kathleen Jardine, Betty Roberts and Maud Tooth.

Carnival Queen, Uttoxeter

The Crowning of the Uttoxeter Carnival Queen, with her are her four ladies in waiting on a raised dias at Uttoxeter Racecourse. The Carnival Queen is Miss Eva Rock. Her ladies in waiting were Miss Maud ...