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Arthur Inett and daughter Gladys, St. Chad's Church, Pattingham

Arthur lived in Hall End Lane, Pattingham.

Beige Wedding Jacket, 1920s

This silk jacket was worn by Emily Beech of Black Bank, Silverdale at her wedding in 1927. It demonstrates the flapper style of the ‘Roaring Twenties.’ This was a very boyish fashion trend compared ...

Blue Wedding Dress, 1920s

This wedding dress was worn by Lucy Harvey when she married Bill Hughes in the 1920s. It demonstrates the flapper style of the ‘Roaring Twenties.’ It is shorter in length and would have been worn ...

Charles Fowke, Mayor of Stafford

Mayor of Stafford Charles Fowke at an exhibition, possibly at Stafford Museum & Art Gallery at the Green, Stafford. A photograph from an album presented to the Alderman C.E. Fowke, Mayor of Stafford, ...

Church Wedding, Meir

Group photograph of the wedding of Jack Underhill and Emily Tams. The wedding took place at Holy Trinity Church, Meir on 6 September 1939.

Co-op shop window, Stafford,

'A Wedding in Spring' window display at the Co-operative Society Department Store, Crabbery Street.

Co-op shop window, Stafford,

'A Wedding in Spring' window display at the Co-operative Society Department Store, Crabbery Street.

Early Victorian Dress, c.1830-1840

This is an exquisite example of an early Victorian dress made out of silk. Over time and because of exposure to light silk deteriorates which is why this example is in places in a very poor state of repair. ...

Edwardian Wedding Dress

This cream satin dress was in the typical style of the day, it has a high waist and a high collar and would have been worn with a corset. Gigot sleeves were popular during the period, as the sleeves ...

Edwardian Wedding Dress

This wedding dress was worn by Winnifred Mary Leeke (nee Robinson). She was married in Stone Roman Catholic Church in around 1909. It is made of cream silk and has an inner hem lining specially made ...

Evening Dress, 1930s

Evening dresses from the 1930s are remembered for elegance and opulence. The '30s saw many new cuts and styles in women's fashions. After a decade of short, boysih flapper style dresses the 1930s ...

Family wedding group, Burton-on-Trent

The newly-wed couple are Mr. William Spencer and his bride Ada. It is thought that the wedding took place at The Church of St. Peter, Stapenhill before the wedding party had their photographs taken on ...

Family wedding group, Cheadle

A group pictured at the marriage of Frank Albert Plant (1898-1962) and Margaret Collins (1894-1976) at the Bethel Congregational Chapel on the corner of Tape Street and Well Street in Cheadle. The Plant ...

Flower girls, Eccleshall,

Flower girls at the wedding of Mr & Mrs V.E. Vickers at Eccleshall church.

Former shoe factory, Browning Street, Stafford

View of a former shoe manufacturing premises on the corner of Marston Road and Browning Street. At the time of the photograph it was occupied by 'Princess Brides', an appointment-only shop selling wedding ...

Gladys Hope's Wedding dress, 1935

Due in part to the rise of glamourous celebrities of the time, the 1930s saw the re-emergance of the more shapely feminine body shape. This made a change from the flat boyish body shapes of 1920s fashion. ...

Gold Wedding Dress, 1926

This was worn by Mary Ellen Barks when she married her husband Mr Simon Salt on 16th June 1926. This is a gold or 'champagne' coloured georgette and lace wedding dress. It is knee length, with a ...

Gold Wedding Dress, 1960s

This dress was worn by Mrs Dunn when she was married on 3 September 1962 at Wolstanton Methodist Church. It is quite typical of the wedding fashion of the day. Everyday fashion in the 1960s started ...