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Woodseaves area

Residents pictured outside a row of thatched brick and timber-framed cottages, somewhere in the Woodseaves area. Please contact us if you recognise these buildings. Photographer: Harry Osbourne of ...

Wool jacket, c.1890-1910

This is a grey wool jacket probably worn at the end of the Victorian period or beginning of the 20th century. It is lined with silk and is very tightly fitted, with a heavy embroidered pattern and mother ...

Wool jersey suit

Beige wool jersey suit. Plain straight skirt with kick pleat at centre back, elasticated waistband. Single breasted box jacket with collar and lapels, three-quarter sleeves, fastening with four plastic ...

Woolworth & Co. Annual Staff party, Uttoxeter

Woolworth & Co.'s annual staff party, held in the Haddon Room at Elkes' Cafe on the corner of High Street and Carter Street, Uttoxeter. Photographer: Gerald McCann of High Street, Uttoxeter.

Wootton near Eccleshall

A postcard view of an old cottage in the hamlet of Wootton, near Eccleshall. This postcard was printed in Prussia.

Worker's Outing, Chapman's Pottery, Longton

Group portrait of pottery factory workers from Chapman's Pottery about to go on an outing. The picture was taken on the corner of Sutherland Road and Landon Street, Longton, Stoke-on-Trent. The large ...

Works Dinner, Lotus Ltd., Stone

Employees of Lotus Ltd., Stone pictured waiting to start their meal at a works dinner in the Lotus Club. Seated at the table centre right is Miss Christine Williams (wearing glasses and a black dress). ...

World War One Voluntary Aid Detachment Uniform

This uniform belonged to Emily ‘Queenie’ Baker (nee Pond) who joined the Voluntary Aid Detachment (VAD’s) during the First World War. She worked in military hospitals in London, Enfield Cottage Hospital, ...

Wounded soldiers at the Ministry of Pensions Hospital, Brindley Village

The hospital was formerly called the Military Hospital. Among those pictured the only person to be identified is Sister Jessie Price who is seated at the front. The hospital was built for World War ...

WPC Police Bowler Hat

Female police officers wore different uniforms to the men till around the 1990s, when the uniforms were altered to the No. 1 dress (rarely seen today except for formal occasions). The bowler hat was introduced ...

WPC Police Pill Box Hat

The WPC’s first uniforms consisted of a pill box hat in the 1970s, which was meant to look different from the men’s custodian helmet. The hat has a white crown and black brim, with the official black ...

WRACs at Stafford Station

Members of "B " Company W.R.A.C., Stafford, with their officer, Lieutenant D. Prior (centre, back row) waiting for their train at Stafford station for their annual fortnight's Summer camp at Burscough, ...

WRAF Voluntary Band at RAF Stafford

Pictured are members of the WRAF (Women's Royal Air Force) Voluntary Band at RAF Stafford. The Band was a very popular feature dating from the war years until a policy change caused the Station to lose ...

Ye Olde Plough, Stone Lane, Kinver

Ye Olde Plough was demolished in 1996-7 to make way for housing.

Young woman at The Red Lion, Sutton, near Forton

A young woman with a dog standing outside the front door of the Red Lion Inn at Sutton, near Forton. The licensee at the time was Richard E Parker. Photographer: Harry Osbourne of Woodseaves.

Yvonne's shop window, Rugeley

Yvonne's ladies outfitters was situated on the corner of Market Square and Bow street, Rugeley. It specialised in more expenseve women's clothing. This window dressing for Dalkeith Knitwear has a foxhunting ...