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Women's hat, late 19th century

A blue and black velvet hat decorated with blue ostrich feathers. t has long blue silk ribbon ties. From Burton-upon-Trent.

Women's hat, late 19th century

A cream silk hat with long cream ties, decorated with artificial flowers and foliage. It belonged to Mrs Helen Mayne of Queensville, Stafford.

Women's Institute Fete, Uttoxeter

An audience of mainly women, some seated some standing, listening to a speaker on the right, at an event. This is believed to be the Uttoxeter Women's Institute Fete held in the grounds of the Girls' ...

Women's shoes

This 'Jenny Wren' box contains a pair of size 5 shoes. Produced in the 1920s, they are lined with leather and linen and decorated with a contrasting, hole punched cream leather around the throat. The ...

Women's shoes

This pair of sling back shoes is made from plastic and was manufactured by Lotus Ltd, Stafford. The upper has a squared toe and the vamp is made up of six alternating chevron stripes in black and white. ...

Women's shoes

This pair of green women's shoes has a bar and button fastening and was produced in the 1920s. They are made of either genuine lizard skin or an imitation in calf skin. The shoes are lined with leather ...

Women's stays, 18th century

A pair of women's stays from the second half of the 18th century. Stays were the predecesser to the corset and were worn as a supporting undergarment. This pair has a linen lining with a silk front decorated ...

Women's summer dress

Cotton summer dress with yellow and green rose printed pattern. From Gnosall.

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 ...

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

A group of Women's Royal Army Corps members pictured outside Stafford Railway Station. The WRAC was formed on 1 February 1949 and existed until 1992. It was the successor to the Auxiliary Training Service ...