Dr Parkes' house, Longton

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Date:7th of March 1938

Description:The front of Dr Parkes' house from Sheaf Passage. This property, possibly 84, Normacot Road, had been the local headquarters of the Blackshirts, a fascist organisation of the inter-war period.


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Source: Lovatt Collection, Stoke on Trent City Archives

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