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Portrait, Unknown Subject. Photographed by William Blake.

Sketched portrait of a lady. The identity of the subject is unknown.

Portrait, Unknown Subject. Photographed by William Blake.

Portrait of a lady. The identity of the subject is unknown.

Portrait, Unknown Subject. Photographed by William Blake.

Portrait of a gentleman with a female Kestrel on his shoulder. The identity of the subject is unknown.

Portrait, Unknown Subjects. Photographed by William Blake.

Portrait of two girls. Unknown location and subjects.

Portrait, Unknown Subjects. Photographed by William Blake.

Portrait of two ladies. Unknown location and subjects.

Portrait, Unknown. Photographed by William Blake.

Lantern slide containing a portrait of a gentleman from the clergy. The identity of the subject is unknown.

Prince Charles, City Museum & art Gallery, Hanley

Prince Charles officially opened the City Museum & Art Gallery in Hanley on June 3rd 1981. Many people came to the museum in hope of getting a glimpse of him. He his pictured here taking a brief moment ...

Private Herbert Lewis, 5041117 North Staffordshire Regiment. Born 1894

Herbert Lewis was born in 1894 in Silverdale, Newcastle-under-Lyme, Staffordshire. He joined the army in 1916. He served in France, Gibraltar, Constantinople and India. He married on 16th February 1929. ...

Private John 'Jack' Joyce, 212681 Royal Army Service Corps. Born 1909

John was born 6th October 1909 in Newcastle-under-Lyme, Staffordshire. He married Elleanor Annie Thorley, pictured with two of their sons, on 26th September 1942. John and Elleanor had six children. John ...

Religious Painting. Photographed by William Blake.

Photograph of a religious painting.

Rev. C.F.L. Barnwell, Vicar of Stramshall

Portrait of Rev. C.F.L. Barnwell (1853-1933) of Stramshall, near Uttoxeter. He was Vicar of Stramshall for 54 years. He was a member and one time president of the North Staffs Field Club and was described ...

Revd. E. Deacon

Portrait of the Revd. E. Deacon. He edited the North Staffordshire Field Club Annual Report and Transactions, 1931-32.

Revd. Sidney J. Daltry

Revd. Sidney J. Daltry (1858-1939) was the eldest son of Revd. T. W. Daltry, vicar of Madeley and founding member of he North Staffordshire Field Club. In 1891 he became Deacon of Lichfield Cathedral ...

Revd. Sidney J. Daltry

Revd. Sidney J. Daltry (1858-1939) was the eldest son of Revd. T. W. Daltry, vicar of Madeley and founding member of he North Staffordshire Field Club. In 1891 he became Deacon of Lichfield Cathedral ...

Reynolds family, Formby, Lancashire

This photograph was taken by William Blake (later of Longton) in the back garden of a stationer's shop and photographic studio in Chapel Lane, Formby, Lancashire. The shop and studio were run by Samuel ...

Reynolds family, Formby, Lancashire

This photograph was taken by William Blake (later of Longton) in the back garden of a stationer's shop and photographic studio in Chapel Lane, Formby, Lancashire. The shop and studio were run by Samuel ...

Robert Blatchford

Robert Blatchford (1851-1943) was a socialist writer and campaigner who launched the Clarion newspaper in 1891. He is known to have converted the Countess of Warwick to socialism. He was guest speaker ...

Sir Oliver Lodge.

Sir Oliver Lodge was born at The Views, Penkhull in June 1851. His father was a clerk with the North Staffordshire Railway. He went to a dame school in Penkhull and later to London University and the ...