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Ellesmere. Photographed by William Blake.

Landscaspe with tree, bench and figures. Taken at Ellesmere, Shropshire.

Empire Theatre, Longton

Photograph taken from the Chancery Lane side. The Chancery Lane side of the building. Built as the Queen's Theatre in 1896 after a fire had destroyed the previous building, the Empire was a theatre until ...

England Football Cap

An England international football cap awarded to Stanley Matthews for representing England in a match against the Republic of Ireland on 8 May 1957. England ran out as 5-1 winners. About Sir Stan Born ...

English Drinking Glasses. Photographed by William Blake.

A collection of English drinking glasses dating from the late 17th to the early 18th century. Taken at Hanley Museum, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire.

English Drinking Glasses. Photographed by William Blake.

A collection of English drinking glasses dating from the late 17th to the early 18th century. Taken at Hanley Museum, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire.

Entrance to Trentham Pleasure Gardens. Photographed by William Blake.

Visitors at the entrance to Trentham Pleasure Gardens, Nr. Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire. The Trentham estate was home and pleasure gardens to the Dukes of Sutherland from the seventeenth to the early ...

Essoldo Cinema, Burslem

The art deco Essoldo Cinema was on the corner of Bournes Bank and Cleveland Street in Burslem. Originally opened in 1911 as the Burslem Picture Palace it was rebuilt in 1936 after the roof collapsed. ...

Essoldo Picture House, Cleveland Street, Burslem.

On the corner of Cleveland Street and Bournes Bank, The Essoldo was the first cinema in Burslem (opened in 1911) and started life as the Burslem Picture Palace. It was rebuilt as The New Palace in 1936, ...

Fairy Glen, Easter 1907. Photographed by William Blake.

Landscape taken at Fairy Glen including a country lane, a woman and a girl. The characters in the picture are named Dot and Jeannie. It appears to be one of a group of images taken during Easter 1907 ...

Fenton Engineering Technical School

The Honours List at the former Athenaeum building, covering the years 1914 to 1925. Fenton School of Art was set up in 1889 by William Meath Baker in the old Fenton Athenaeum, which had been opened in ...

Fenton Library

In the entrance hall alcove was this wall painting: "Read that you may learn". The library was one of over 600 free public libraries built in the UK with money from the Andrew Carnegie Trust. Andrew Carnegie ...

Fenton Library

Bert Bentley entitled this as "A satisfied client". Inside Fenton Public Library on Baker Street, at the corner of Glebedale Road. The building dates from 1906 and was one of the libraries built with ...

Fenton Library

Some of the book stacks inside Fenton Library which was on Baker Street, at the corner of Glebedale Road. Financed with £5,000 from the Andrew Carnegie Trust, the library opened in 1906 with over 2,000 ...

Fenton School of Art

Fenton School of Art was set up in 1889 by William Meath Baker in the old Fenton Athenaeum, which had been opened in 1853 and stood on the corner of Church Street (now Christchurch Street) and High Street ...

Fenton School of Art

Plaster figures in a classroom. Fenton School of Art was set up in 1889 by William Meath Baker in the old Fenton Athenaeum, which had been opened in 1853 and stood on the corner of Church Street (now ...

Fenton School of Art

Plaster figures in a classroom. Fenton School of Art was set up in 1889 by William Meath Baker in the old Fenton Athenaeum, which had been opened in 1853 and stood on the corner of Church Street (now ...

Fenton School of Art

Fenton School of Art was set up in 1889 by William Meath Baker in the old Fenton Athenaeum, which had been opened in 1853 and stood on the corner of Church Street (now Christchurch Street) and High Street ...

Figure group

Figure group. 1934.P.135. c. 1935-1939. Under glaze painted earthenware. H : 105 mm, L : 100 mm. Earthenware figure group depicting 'Hill Billies'. The group consists of three seated men, ...