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Babies Shoes, mid 20th century

Silk shoes with hand sewn bird detail. The button on one shoe is missing.

BBC Midlands Today visits RAF Mountain Rescue Team at RAF Stafford

The BBC Midlands Today Team with presenter Kay Alexander (Kay is in the centre of the photograph, under the Mountain Rescue sign) are pictured with the RAF Mountain Rescue Team at their base at RAF Stafford. ...

Boot box, Buckingham Brand

Shoe box lid, for black boots size 5/4.

Boot pull

A household item used to help take off tight boots. Collected from a house in Barlaston, near Stoke on Trent. From the collections of Staffordshire County Museum.

Bostock Shield, Stafford

This postcard view shows a group of unknown people, the man on the extreme right of the front row is holding the Bostock Shield. The picture is thought to have been taken at the Lotus Shoe Factory ...

Brassington Bros., Campbell Place, Stoke-on-Trent

This photograph showing one of the Brassington Brothers shoe shops is thought to have been taken between 1920 and 1935. It is situated in Campbell Place, Stoke. Notice how the window area is used to a ...

Brookfields of Stafford paper bag

A paper bag from Brookfields tailors shop, Greengate Street. In 1743 George Boulton, a draper, opened a shop on Market Square. By the 1860s the shop was known as Brookfield and Windows. By the early ...

Children's Leather Shoes, c.1900-1920

These shoes are made out of soft leather and have a cotton lining to make them softer and more comfortable to wear. They were most probably made around beginning of the 20th century. The soles of ...

Child's boots

Pair of leather child's button boots, worn by a Stafford child in the late 19th century. Low, flat heeled, ankle boots were increasingly popular for children from the 1830s. Toes were generally square ...

Cleaning after the Floods, Stone,

In August 1987, the Scotch Brook culvert burst causing much flooding. Here two workers clean up flood damage in the Lotus factory shop on High Street.

Clicking department, Lotus Ltd., Stafford

Ron Andrews and Alan Lewis are pictured in the Clicking Department at the Lotus Shoe Factory in Stafford. This photograph was taken by Stafford photographer Tony Boydon. Lotus was originally named ...

Closing Department, Lotus Ltd., Stafford

Employees are pictured in the Closing Room at the Lotus Shoe Factory in Stafford. If you recognise anyone in this view please contact us. This photograph was taken by Stafford photographer Tony Boydon. ...

Closing Department, Lotus Ltd., Stafford

Nigel Reade and Sheila Land pictured in the Closing Department at the Lotus Shoe Factory in Stafford. Sheila is sewing together the leather parts which make up the upper of a woman's shoe. This photograph ...

Design Department, Lotus Ltd., Stafford

Don Vickers pictured in the Design Department at the Lotus Shoe Factory in Stafford. This photograph was taken by Stafford photographer Tony Boydon. Lotus was originally named Bostock's and was founded ...

Directors of Keats and Bexon, Stafford

Directors, staff and family outside the Keats and Bexon factory main gate, Corporation Street. John and William Keats set up a company manufacturing shoe making machinery on Gaol Road in the 1870s ...

Dot. Batkin, Easter 1907. Photographed by William Blake.

Outdoor portrait of a young girl posing in formal dress. She is named Dot Batkin and the photograph was taken during the Easter period of 1907, when it is thought Dot was twelve. Dot's father was ...

Dove shoe polish tins

Spic and Span Shoe Polishes Ltd. was established in Glover Street on 3 June 1932. The company was partly owned by Lotus Ltd., the shoe manufacturers. In 1938 the company, under the directorship of ...

Duckie Dodds in Gramophone Costume, Stafford Pageant,

Duckie was married to Percy Dodds who owned the Golden Key shop on Gaol Road. She won first prize with this costume, which 'records' the amount of money collected each year for Stafford Infirmary. The ...