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Visit by Princess Margaret, RAF Stafford

Princess Margaret admiring a cake at the Airmen’s Mess during her visit to RAF Stafford. RAF Stafford was formed 1 December 1939 following the purchase by the Treasury of 362 acres of land near Stafford. ...

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 ...

W.S. Leach, Wife & Dog at Knutton

Outdoor portrait of a man, a woman and a Staffordshire Bull Terrier taken at Knutton, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire. Chimney stacks, railway signals and a church can be seen in the background. The ...

WAAF Wing Voluntary Band, at RAF Hednesford camp

The band are pictured here with their great dane mascot. No buildings remain on the site of the camp, but all of the original roadways are still present.

Walk Mill, Bishops Offley

A large group of people in front of Offley Hay House at Walk Mill, near Eccleshall. Looking west along the road between Cop Mere and Bishops Offley. Photographer: Harry Osbourne of Woodseaves.

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 ...

Walter Glitheroe, Retirement Presentation, GEC Turbine Generators Ltd., Stafford

This view was taken during the retirement presentation for Walter Glitheroe, Senior Production Engineer in the Production Engineering Department, Generator Division, at the Lichfield Road Site in Stafford. Among ...

Walton Community Centre, Stone

Pictured in this group at Walton Comunity Centre is Ann Elizabeth Wooliscroft, far right.

Warehouse. Photographed by William Blake.

Lantern slide image taken in a pottery manufacturing warehouse with pottery workers packing ware. This lantern slide appears to be one of a group used for a presentation or slide show by Blake entitled ...

Wedding at Abbots Bromley

The bride (the future Mrs Fuller) walking with her father to the church. Her future husband is the vicar of Hoar Cross.

Wedding at Beacon Farm, Stafford

This photograph was taken at the wedding of Frederic Bamford and Catherine Shelley. The Shelley family lived at Beacon Farm for nearly a hundred years, from 1842 until 1944. On the back row are, from ...

Wedding at Offley Grove, Adbaston

A wedding group outside Offley Grove, Adbaston. This is the wedding of Miss Emily Halstead Vickers of Offley Grove and James Cecil Wrigley of Bent House, Meltham, Huddersfield, which took place on 15 ...

Wedding Dress

A grey silk wedding dress consisting of a bodice, skirt and overskirt. It is trimmed with darker grey silk satin and is machine sewn. It was worn and made by Emma Boulton (nee Machin, 1855-1921) for ...

Wedding Dress bought from Harrods, 1950s

This beautifully made dress was worn by Mrs Padgett on her wedding day 17 September 1958. She bought it from Harrods in London for her special day. The dress is made from a luxurious cream brocade, ...

Wedding Dress, 1930s

This satin wedding dress was worn by Margaret Emma Flatley (née Cope) who was born at 113 Liverpool Road, Newcastle-under-Lyme in 1902. The satin fabric would have clung to the body emulating ...

Wedding Dress, 1950s

This dress was worn locally in 1952 and was made by Liberty of London. Fabric was rationed in 1941-1949 and clothes were cut using as little fabric as possible. Many wartime brides simply wore nice ...