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Houldsworth & Alcock, bootmakers and repairers shop, Burslem

Exterior of Houldsworth and Alcock's bootmakers and repairers shop at 87 Waterloo Road, Burslem, Stoke on Trent. Mr. Houldsworth is pictured in the centre. The building is now (January 2021) occupied ...

Hurlstone, printer, bookseller and stationer, Eccleshall

E.J. Hurlstone's shop on High Street, Eccleshall. They were printers, booksellers, stationers and also had a fancy goods department. The shop is now (2020) occupied by Eccleshall Pharmacy. Edward ...

J. Dyche shoe factory, Fancy Walk, Stafford

The J. Dyche shoe factory, also known as the Queen of Sheba Works stood on Fancy Walk, Stafford. The factory closed in about 1952, and was demolished in 1989.

J. Street, Dental Surgery, Borough Road, Burton-upon-Trent

J. Street's dental surgery at 24 Borough Road, Burton-upon-Trent. James Street would drill and fill a single tooth from 3/6 to 21/-, or provide a complete set of upper or lower false teeth for 42/- to ...

J. Turnock & Sons, drapers, Rugeley

J. Turnock & Sons, family drapers, silk mercers and haberdashers at Bank House, Lower Brook Street, Rugeley, on the corner with Bees Lane. The shop is currently (2020) occupied by Savers. The business ...

Jackson and Sons, Walsall Road, Cannock

Jackson and Sons, boot manufacturers and leather merchants. This photograph was taken just prior to the shop's demolition in 1964.

James and Harriett Dyche

James Dyche (born Stafford 1852) and his wife Harriett (nee Ward, born Abbots Bromley 1852). They were married at St Mary's Church, Stafford in 1877 and this photograph was probably taken shortly afterwards. James ...

Jen Shoe Factory, Rowley Street, Stafford

Jen Shoes Ltd factory on Rowley Street. The building was still in use as the Hollins Business Centre in 2002. The company was founded when William Jennings opened a shoe and boot warehouse on Market ...

Jen Shoe Factory, Stafford

Former Jen Shoes Ltd. factory on Marsh Street. The company was founded when William Jennings opened a shoe and boot warehouse on Market Square in 1852. The warehouse moved to premises in St. Chad's ...

Jen Shoes warehouse, Stafford

Jen Shoes warehouse and offices at Castlefields, off Newport Road, Stafford. The company was founded when William Jennings opened a shoe and boot warehouse on Market Square in 1852. The warehouse ...

Joe Law, Fred Bacchus and Alfred Price, outside the Smithy, Pattingham

John Mellor, tobacconists, Derby Street, Leek

John Mellor's stationers, tobacconists and newsagents shop at 48 Derby Street, Leek. John's parents and those of his wife Ellen (nee Booth) were employed in Leek's silk trade as was John himself: in ...

John Morris, Lotus Ltd., Stone

John Morris started work with Lotus Ltd in Stone when he left school in the late 1950s. He started work as a clicker, before moving to office work, chasing samples and trials. By 1974-5 he was in charge ...

Jones, Moss & Co., furniture works, Ironmarket, Newcastle-under-Lyme

Showroom at Jones, Moss & Co. (late T. Edwards & Sons) furniture works and showrooms, Ironmarket, Newcastle-under-Lyme, established 1797. The business supplied or made a wide range of furnishings, including ...

Jubilee or Coronation celebrations, Lotus Shoe Factory, Stafford

The Lotus Ltd factory in Stafford decorated either for George V's Silver Jubilee in 1935, or the Coronation of George VI in 1937. Lotus was formerly Edwin Bostock's shoe factory, which was on Foregate ...

Keats & Bexon Factory, Corporation Street

A view of the former Keats & Bexon factory on Corporation Street, now occupied by Travis Perkins building supplies. The original factory frontage (painted white) has since been demolished. The tower ...

Keep Fit Class, Lotus Shoes, Stafford,

Group of female workers from Lotus participating in a dance and exercise class on the company's sports field on Sandon Road. Lotus, like many other companies, encouraged their employees to participate ...

King George VI Coronation celebrations, Stone

Lotus factory workers decorating a float for the celebrations for the Coronation of King George VI and Queen Elizabeth.