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Postcard of the Spitfire in the original Spitfire Museum, Hanley Stoke-on-Trent.
Nazi map of northern part of Stoke-on-Trent for us in invasion. Mounted and framed map, taken from Ordnance Survey maps and overprinted for use in invasion. Found at the Tir Nationale, Brussels, a ...
Postcard showing Stoke-on-Trent railway station. Shows main and far platform. Hand-tinted. Posted during World War I, on 18.8.1915 to a local address. Published by W. Shaw, Burslem, No. 414x
Two photographs of post-World War I celebrations in Hanley, 1918.
Figure group depicting the death of Admiral Lord Nelson. Earthenware decorated in overglaze colours and gilding. It shows Nelson in the centre, supported on either side by his officers.
Photograph of the First World War memorial outside the Town Hall, Hanley. From 'Stoke-on-Trent Past and Present' by Kevin Long, Sutton Publishing Limited, 2000, page 60.
Commemorative stone and sand. Commemorating the evacuation of the Allied Troops from De Panne, May-June, 1940. This stone is from the original block used for the De Panne Memorial and is mounted on...
Police whistle. Marked ARP, J.Hudon & Co., Barr St, Hockley, Birmingham. Used by Joseph Frank Stephens of Stoke-on-Trent Police, officer at Hanley for 25 years (1951-1976).
A photograph of the reception of "Our Boys" who returned home from the Great War, June 1919. Taken by Templeman, Press Photographer, Stoke-on-Trent. Part of photographic and archive material relati...