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Afternoon tea, Woodseaves area

Three women and a girl taking afternoon tea in an unidentified garden in the Woodseaves area. Photographer: Harry Osbourne of Woodseaves.

Afternoon tea, Woodseaves area

Three women and a girl taking tea in a garden, somewhere in the Woodseaves area. Please contact us if you recognise the people or the location. Photographer: Harry Osbourne of Woodseaves.

Alan Landon, Uttoxeter Road, Longton

Alan Landon pictured in the back yard of 1 High St (later Uttoxeter Rd), Longton In front of a wartime Anderson shelter. Behind the shelter is the brickwork of the huge bottle oven of the Park Hall Pottery. ...

Ancient High House, Stafford,

View of the Ancient High House on Greengate Street, built by Richard Dorrington in 1595. On the right is Brookfield's tailors which until the early twentieth century was occupied by W. Wynne, a bootmaker. In ...

Ash Green, Trentham,

Aubrey Philpott, Oakfield House, Lane Green Road, Bilbrook

Aubrey Philpott pictured with bicycle at the rear of Oakfield House, Lane Green Road, Bilbrook.

Baby show, Eccleshall Horticultural Show

Participants in the baby show pictured at the 7th Annual Eccleshall Horticultural Show which was held in a field off Newport Road lent by Mr J.R. Hawkins. The Show was opened by Mrs Way, wife of the Rev. ...

Baby Show, Stafford and Stone Co-operative Society, Stafford

Holding a miniature cup in one hand and clutching the winner’s cup in the other is two year old Lynette Georgina Swift, after she had been judged to be the best baby in the show, organised by the Stafford ...

Bagnall's toy shop window, Stafford,

Shop window of Bagnall's Toys and Models, 18 Salter Street, Stafford. The window is full of toys and models from the Thunderbirds television series, advertising the film 'Thunderbirds Are Go!' which ...

Belgian Refugees, Stone

Following the German invasion of Belgium during World War I, refugees became a familiar sight in towns and villages across the country. Local photographers found them an interesting subject for postcards....

Belgian Refugees, Stone,

Belle Vale, Cradley Heath

View from road looking towards a bridge at Belle Vale, Cradley Heath. Building and slag heap behind. A woman is standing in the road with a pram and two children. Photographer: Albert Henry Yelland....

Boy on a rocking horse, Rugeley

Thought to be James 'Jim' Henry Toy, born in 1905, when aged about 2 years. He was the son of Austin Toy, a butcher of Upper Brook Street, Rugeley, and his wife Annie (nee Lyons). This portrait photograph ...

Branston Water Park, Burton-upon-Trent

Families enjoy Branston Water Park which was originally an open-cast gravel pit. This image is from a collection of photographs of Burton upon Trent commissioned and assembled by Burton upon Trent ...

Brewood Hall

Brewood Hall became the seat of William, son of Roger Fowke during the reign of Edward IV (1461-1483). It later belonged to the Monckton family and in 1930 Major R.F.P. Monckton sold it to Mr C.O. Langley. ...

Broom Street Nursery School, Hanley

The school was designed of Queen Anne style by architect William Keates. It was built in 1879 to accomodate 750 children and cost £6,953 to construct.

Bucknall County Secondary and Infants School

Bucknall Secondary Modern School was on Malthouse Lane. Formed during the reorganisation of city schools after 1932, it included buildings from the old Bucknall County Infants' School. In this photograph, ...

By the river, Victoria Park, Stafford

Pictured fishing on the banks of the River Sow, opposite the paddling pool in Victoria Park, Stafford are (from left to right): Jill Skelton, Helen Matthews and Margaret Matthews.