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Hanley Greyhound Stadium entrance, Hanley

The entrance to Hanley Greyhound Stadium at the bottom of Robson Street. To the right is the Robson Street Ropery, operated by A T Robson and making cord, twine, ropes and varieties of packaging. In ...

Hanley Station

The main entrance and booking hall of Hanley Station on the Potteries Loop Line. This photograph was taken from just outside the Grand Hotel in Trinity Street. The line is in a deep cutting below the ...

Hartshill Institute, Hartshill Road, Stoke

This plan is of the Hartshill Institute. An article in The Staffordshire Sentinel and Midlands Counties Advertiser of Saturday, January 15, 1859 reports on the official opening of the building. Its ...

Havergal Brian, Composer

Havergal Brian was born in Dresden in 1876. He learned to play the violin, cello and piano at an early age. He later paid for lessons by playing the organ at local churches. He began his career as ...

Hem Heath bridge, Trentham

Photograph taken looking north along the Trent & Mersey Canal. The crowd are waiting for canal transport back to Stoke, during 'Trentham Thursday', the Wakes holiday open day at Trentham Park.

Heraldic Rubbing, Unknown Origin. Photographed by William Blake.

Photograph of a heraldic rubbing with Latin inscriptions. Unknown origin.

Hill Street, Stoke upon Trent.

A view north west up Hill Street from Campbell Place. At the top is Honeywall. The Essoldo Cinema is visible on the right. Formerlty The Danilo, the 1800 seat cinema dates from 1939. The building was ...

Hill Street, Stoke upon Trent.

From near the top of Hill Street, a view south east down towards Campbell Place at the bottom. In the distance is the spoil tip of the Glebe Coliery, Fenton, Glebedale Park today. On the left, halfway ...

Holiday At The Paddling Pool. Photographed by William Blake.

Crowds gathered at Longton Park during the holiday period to use the paddling pool. Taken at Longton Park, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire. The park's official name is Queen's Park and it was officially ...

Holiday makers

This photograph shows three people enjoying the beach in their bathing costumes. During the years between the first and second world wars the holiday seasons saw hordes of people flooding into seaside ...

Holiday makers.

These three women in deckchairs on the beach appear to be enjoying their holiday! During the years between the first and second world wars the holiday seasons saw hoards of people flooding into seaside ...

Hot Lane, Burslem

5 Hot Lane, Burslem. Originally this two storey building was built as a public house called The Dog and Partridge. Today its function is that of a scout hut. The ground floor has two large beaded windows ...

House Interior. Photographed by William Blake.

Early 20th century house interior including a gramophone, piano and many ornamental items.

Jeannie (Blackpool), May 12th 1907. Photographed by William Blake.

Outdoor portrait of a woman on the beach holding a starfish. The location is Blackpool and the woman's name is Jeannie. There are other portraits of her in the collection.

Jeannie (Fairy Glen). Photographed by William Blake c. 1900-1940

Outdoor portrait of a woman in formal dress sitting on a stile and holding flowers. The location is referred to as Fairy Glen and the woman's name is Jeannie. It appears to be one of a group of ...

Jeannie, Dot (Darlaston), Easter 1907. Photographed by William Blake.

Outdoor portrait of a woman and girl in formal dress. Their names are Jeannie and Dot respectively and the picture was taken in Darlaston, Nr. Stone, Staffordshire. It appears to be one of a group ...

Jolly Potters Public House, Hartshill Road, Hartshill

This is a plan of the Jolly Potters pub in Hartshill, Stoke. the plans show the pub as it was in 1910. The Jolly Potters is still trading in Hartshill today. Diagrams (clockwise from top left): - Front ...

Jones & Shufflebottom's premises, Wharf Street, Stoke-on-Trent

The photograph shows the old premises of Jones & Shufflebottom (Wholesale Plumbers' and Builders' Merchants) at the north end of Wharf Street, Stoke. The building was formerly the site of Prince's Hall ...