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Aubrey Philpott, Oakfield House, Lane Green Road, Bilbrook

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

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 ...

Canterbury Road, Winshill, Burton-upon-Trent

Canterbury Road, Winshill, Burton-upon-Trent. Post World War II council-built estate of houses and flats with a children's play area in the foreground. This Image is from a collection of photographs ...

Child playing in the snow in Clive Road, Pattingham

This view,taken in 1963, is looking up Clive Road from The Fox Inn at Shipley towards The Clive ridge. The child is Ann Williamson.

Children's playground, Tenterbanks, Stafford

The play facilities were added to Victoria Park in 1930. At the far edge of the playground is the River Sow and beyond are buildings on South Street.

Church Farm, Whitmore

Alan Latham and friend Trevor Simpson, in a cap, tormenting one of the sows at Church Farm, Whitmore. Alan's mother and sister are in the background.

Dolls Shoes, c.1930 -1950

These boots are made out of leather with small tight elastic bands as fasteners. They were originally painted white but most of the colour has faded away with only small pieces of the original colour ...

Girl with dolls house, Cross Heath Newcastle Under-Lyme

Mrs. Moss the donator of this photograph aged about 8 years of age, on the rear lawn of a house at Cross Heath. The dolls house in this photograph and many other toys were made by her father Ernest Bloor, ...

Horsefair and Upper Brook Street, Rugeley

A fine postcard view of Rugeley at the junction of Horsefair (right), Elmore Lane (left, in front of the Globe Hotel) and Upper Brook Street (ahead). The fine creeper clad building was Dilger's, House ...

In the garden of "Church View", High Street, Pattingham

Nancy Law & John Scriven in the garden behind Church View cottage in about 1929. Church View was on the site of the present-day Co-op Store, in High Street.

Juggling Clown Automata

A clockwork juggling clown in a glass fronted box. Dimensions: height 330mm, width 360mm, depth 190mm

Kathleen Chatterton, Maroi Cottage, Bolehall, Tamworth

Miss Kathleen Chatterton (born 1902) seen on a rocking horse in the garden of Maroi Cottage, Amington Road, Bolehall, Tamworth.

Knitting dolls' clothes for charity, Lotus Ltd, Stone

Three employees of the Examining Department, Lotus Ltd, Stone with knitted dolls' clothes made for girls in children's homes at Hoar Cross, Matlock and Ashbourne, and in the care of foster parents around ...

Little Red Riding Hood Doll, 1953

This doll is made using a 'composite' material. Composite dolls became more popular during the later half of the nineteenth century, as German doll makers in Sonneberg made a cheap material out of glue ...

Main Street, Clifton Campville

Looking along Main Street in Clifton Campville. The row of terraced cottages to the left is New Row, pictured here shortly before dormer windows were inserted. A group of girls on the right appear to ...

Philip Husselbee on a toy engine, Walton on the Hill

Philip Husselbee on a toy engine owned by John Beech, a neighbour of the Husselbees in Walton-on-the-Hill, Stafford. Mr. Beech, who had worked as a butler for the Salt family, had a house full of Victorian ...

Purton's, High Street, Stone

A display stand of prams, bicycles and toy cars stocked by Purton's of High Street, Stone pictured in a marquee, possibly at the Staffordshire County Showground, Hopton, Stafford. Purton's sold prams, ...

Rachel Haggis and children, Gnosall

Mrs Rachel Haggis (nee Plant) pictured with her two oldest children, Violet (1 year and ten months) and George 6 months. At the time (circa 1910) the Haggis family lived at Fern Lea, The Rank, Gnosall. ...

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