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Carnival Queen, Uttoxeter

The 1935 Uttoxeter Carnival Queen, Miss Kathleen Jardine with the Rocester Queen (left) and the British Railway Queen, Miss Rubey Dovey (right). Photographer: Alfred McCann of High Street, Uttoxeter....

Carnival Queen, Uttoxeter

The Uttoxeter Carnival Queen, 18 year old Miss Kathleen Jardine with her four ladies-in-waiting on a dais at Uttoxeter Racecourse. The ladies-in-waiting were Miss O. Baxter, Miss G. Nash and Miss K. Waldron ...

Caroline Pulley, Stafford Gaol

From the Stafford Gaol Photograph Albums, 1877-1916, this photograph taken at Stafford Gaol, and shows prisoner 4408, Caroline Pulley. Prisoners were required to show their hands to the camera, but Caroline ...

Carriage outside the Vernon Yonge Arms, Croxton

A wedding party with carriage outside the Vernon Yonge Arms at Blackwaters, Croxton. The landlady at the time was Ellen Lewis. Today, the Vernon Yonge Arms at Blackwaters, Croxton has been a private ...

Carter Street, Uttoxeter

A postcard view taken by Alfred McCann of Carter Street, looking away from the town centre and the junction with High Street. In the foreground to the left is the Burton, Uttoxeter and Ashbourne Bank; ...

Casting by Hand. Photographed by William Blake.

Lantern slide showing three young women in the process of casting by hand. This lantern slide appears to be one of a group used for a presentation or slide show by Blake entitled “Staffordshire Pottery.” ...

Catherine Street, May Bank, Newcastle-under-Lyme

A family sitting outside Smelters Row at the bottom of Catherine Street, May Bank.

Celebration in the Market Square, Brewood

Cemetery Road, Willenhall

Cemetery Road, Willenhall viewed from the Moat Street area. The building in the background of this photograph of the lady and boy was recently used as the Alcatraz Rock Club in Cemetery Road. The Cartwright ...

Chainmail purse / bag, c.1910-1935

This handbag is made up of chainmail links sewn onto a metal frame with a metal chain handle.

Chapel St, Forsbrook. Photographed by William Blake.

Village scene with a view of Chapel Street, Forsbrook, Staffordshire.

Chaplin Road, Longton. Photographed by William Blake.

Street scene taken at Chaplin Road, Longton, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire. This is one of many street scenes in the Blake Collection. Most of them were taken in the Normacot and Dresden areas near ...

Chapman family, Spinning School Lane, Tamworth

Taken at the Chapman family home, 4 Spinning School Lane. William Chapman was a boot and shoe maker in Bolebridge Street and is seen here with his wife and daughters. The girl standing at the back is ...

Charabanc outing, Audley

A charabanc loaded with passengers ready for a day out, photographed in Audley. The charabanc proprietor is Frank Proctor of Bignall End.

Charabancs, High Street, Stone

Two charabancs full of passengers on an outing, possibly organised by Stone Traders' Association. The photograph was taken in front of Frederick Jacks' chemists and pharmacists shop at 62 High Street, ...

Charity Dance at the Royal Oak Hotel, Eccleshall

Pictured are the organisers of a charity dance held at the Royal Oak Hotel in Eccleshall during 1957. It was reported in the Stone Guardian that the successful event was one of a number organised yearly ...

Charity Shop, Heathcote Street, Kidsgrove

The charity shop 'Funds for Cancer Research', on Heathcote Street, Kidsgrove in 1970. Included in the photograph are Mrs Burston, Harry Heath, Mr Cooke-Abbott, Mrs Nora Salt, and Mrs Cooke-Abbott.

Charles Fowke, Mayor of Stafford

Mayor of Stafford Charles Fowke at an exhibition, possibly at Stafford Museum & Art Gallery at the Green, Stafford. A photograph from an album presented to the Alderman C.E. Fowke, Mayor of Stafford, ...