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Arrow. Group of children

A group of children possibly a school outing in Ragley Park, Arrow. 1920s

Arrow. Marquis of Hertford with schoolchildren

The Marquis of Hertford and schoolchildren in the schoolyard at Arrow. N1900s

Ashorne. A group of school children

A group of school children, Ashorne. 1910s

Ashorne. School children

A group of school children at Ashorne. 1920s

Ashorne. School group

Group of school children in Ashorne. 1920s

Ashorne. The Holloway

The Holloway, Ashorne, with group of people in their best clothes. 1900s

Ashow. Avon Cottage

Four ladies, in the doorway of Avon Cottage. The lady sitting is Mrs S. Harris. 1900s

Astley. Schoolboys

Group of schoolboys, Astley. 1899

Atherstone. Infant School medallists

Infant School girl medallists with teacher, Atherstone. 1906

Atherstone. Mr. W.A. Hatton

Portrait photograph of W.A. Hatton, Atherstone. c.1900

Atherstone. Nelson Yard

Nelson Yard, Atherstone, looking towards Long Street. 1900s

Atherstone. School group

Group of school children with their teachers at an unknown school in Atherstone. December 31st 1905

Atherstone. School group

School group photograph of girl pupils and teachers, Atherstone. 1900s

Atherstone. School group

Group photograph of school boys and teachers, Atherstone. 1900s

Atherstone. School group

School girls and teachers in group photograph, Atherstone. 1900s

Attentive - Good Music

John Burgess (Junior) (1813-1874) Attentive - Good Music Pencil and charcoal on paper 255mm x 190mm Drawing of a young girl sitting at a table listening to the music being played on the piano by a girl ...

Aylesford's Well, Leamington Spa

The Mayor of Leamington Spa at the unveiling of a stone outside All Saints Parish Church to mark the place where Lord Aylesford's Well once stood. The stone was erected in 1963, three years after the ...

Baby in a Pram

A black and white photograph of a baby in a pram. There are trees and bushes behind. The hands of the person holding the handle of the pram are just visible. The baby is possibly Ethel May Harrison's ...