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Alfred Woodward, Free Mason

Alfred Woodward in Masonic Regalia. He lived at Lyndhurst, Forsbrook.

Andrew Lumsdale

Andrew Lumsdale of Stoke on Trent in full Masonic regalia. He was a Stoke on Trent City Councillor.

Burton and District Grocers Association chain of office

Burton and District Grocers Association presidential chain of office. Cast brass jewel has enamelled centre with illustration of balance scales, border contains inscription: 'Burton & District Grocers ...

Burton and District Grocers Association gavel and block

Wooden gavel and block presented by Mr R. Fern (President 1963-1964) to the Burton and District Grocers Association when he took up his official duties in 1963. Turned wooden gavel has waisted handle ...

Butt Lane Industrial Co-operative Society, Congleton Road, Butt Lane

Butt Lane Co-op pictured here in the 1930s at the junction of Congleton Road and Church Street. The building was still used by the Co-op as a Late Shop in 2002. The building dates from 1891 and has been ...

Charles Reginald Haynes, Freemason, Stone

Worshipful Brother Charles Reginald Haynes, installed Master of the Staffordshire Knot Lodge No.726 of the Freemasons on 18th April 1956.

Club Day, Cheswardine, Shropshire

Club Day procession at Cheswardine walking down the High Street away from St. Swithin's Church Photographer: Harry Osbourne of Woodseaves.

Club Walk, Woodseaves

The annual Club Walk of the village friendly society processing through Woodseaves. Photographer: Harry Osbourne of Woodseaves.

Co-op parade, Victoria Road, Tamworth

The Co-op's parades were obviously very popular, judging by the numbers of people watching this procession. Here the parade can be seen walking past Phil Kinson's Estate Agent, on Victoria Road. The use ...

Co-op Tamworth Road, Wood End, Tamworth

Interior of the Co-op in Wood End. From left to right are Mary Twomlow, Assistant, Janet Shelton, Assistant, and Harold Oxford, Manager. Notice the old fashioned scales on the counter, and neat pyramids ...

Co-op, Colehill, Tamworth

Tamworth Co-op seen here elaborately decorated for the Jubilee of George Vth and Queen Mary, which took place on the 7th May 1935. Notice the Art Deco style of the front of this Co-op. Art Deco was ...

Co-operative Shop, Church Street, Cannock

Looking along Church Street from Market Place, with the Cannock & District Co Operative Society Shop on the left. On the right is St. Luke's Church.

Co-operative shop, Church Street, Cannock

The furnishing department of the Co-operative Society shop on Church Street, Cannock.

Co-operative shop, Church Street, Cannock

The Co-operative Society shop on Church Street showing the dry cleaner's shop. Photograph taken from the church yard of St. Luke's Church.

Co-operative Shop, Church Street, Cannock

The Cannock & District Co Operative Society Shop on Church Street, Cannock. The left hand side of the shop is a tailors and drapers while the right hand side is selling groceries.

Co-operative Shop, Church Street, Cannock

Looking along Church Street from Market Place, with the Cannock & District Co Operative Society Shop on the left. On the right is St. Luke's Church.

Co-operative Society at Tamworth carnival

Co-op gala photo of 1926, taken on the 7th July, showing the Co-op Society's entry for Tamworth Carnival. The girls, bicycle and converted pram are decorated with advertisements and packaging from the ...

Co-operative Society Shop, Church Street, Cannock

The Cannock & District Co Operative Society Shop showing the grocery and boots & clothing departments.