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Whit Sunday Oddfellows Walk in Brewood

A copy of this photograph is held at Staffordshire Arts and Museum Service.

White Bra, 1920s

This is an early example of a bra; it is thought to have been made in the 1920’s as the bra is made out of rayon (which was first produced in 1925). This bra has some numbers applied to it '36/254/N61 ...

White Corset, 1950s

This corset was specially designed and made to be worn under a wedding dress.

White Wedding Handbag

This is a small drawstring handbag used for a wedding.

Whittington Barracks, near Lichfield

Soldiers, family and guests at a Passing Out Parade at Whittington Barracks.

Who Cares for 1917 Weather with a Kitchen like this.? Photographed by William Blake.

Kitchen Workers with the Caption "Who Cares for 1917 Weather with a Kitchen like this.?"

William and Anne Pitt, Bignall End , Audley

A studio portrait photograph of William and Anne Pitt who lived in 16 Hope Street, Bignall End, Audley. William Pitt worked at the Jamage Colliery, and was still working down the coal mine when he died ...

William Blake, photographer, Longton

Portrait of a man and woman. The man is believed to be the photographer, William John Bailey Blake (1874-1957) of Longton, photographed at the back of a house on Chaplin Road in about 1906. William ...

Winners enclosure, Uttoxeter Racecourse

Owners and winning horse pictured in the winners enclosure.

Wiping Glaze. Photographed by William Blake.

Lantern slide of a pottery worker wiping glaze. This lantern slide appears to be one of a group used for a presentation or slide show by Blake entitled “Staffordshire Pottery.” A small folder containing ...

Wives Christmas Party, RAF Stafford

Pictured at the RAF Stafford Site (16 MU) during December 1971 are service personnel and wives wearing the latest fashions and hairstyles of the day at their ‘Wives Christmas Party’. RAF Stafford was ...

Wives Sherry Party, RAF Stafford

Pictured at the RAF Stafford Site (16 MU) during December 1971 are ‘wives’ wearing the latest fashions and hairstyles of the day at their ‘Wives Sherry Party’. RAF Stafford was formed 1 December 1939 ...

Woman and girls on a bridge

A woman and two girls pictured standing on a wooden footbridge, believed to be at Furnace Brook Ford on Longton Hall Road. Please contact us if you recognise this view. This photograph is one of a ...

Woman in woods

Outdoor portrait of a woman in formal dress. No name is given but it appears to be a woman named Jeannie who features elsewhere in the collection. Jeannie is Jane Leach (nee Merriman) who died 2 September ...

Women ale loaders, Bass, Burton-on-Trent

Women workers rolling casks between the brewery buildings during World War I.

Women at Darlaston, Stone

Outdoor portrait of a woman and girl in formal dress. Their names are Jeannie and Dot respectively and the picture was taken in Darlaston, near Stone, Staffordshire. Jeannie is Jane Leach (nee Merriman) ...

Women workers packing Bass bottles, Shobnall Ale Stores, Bass, Burton-on-Trent

Women packing bottles of pale ale into wooden crates with straw inside at Shobnall Ale Stores. In the background are stacked casks.

Women workers, Shobnall Bottling Stores, Burton-on-Trent