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Shipston on Stour. Shipston Roast

Shipston on Stour Roast. Fairground equipment and crowds. 1900s


Harold C. Harvey (1874-1941) Siesta, 1927 Oil on board 651mm x 600mm A portrait of a woman and a sleeping baby. © Estate of the Artist

Slipper and Wooden Dolls

Embroidered slipper filled with a collection of small dolls. The dolls are all made of wood, with jointed limbs and painted hair and faces. They would have been very cheap to buy, and were probably made ...

Snitterfield. Bearley Road

Bearley Road, Snitterfield. 1920s

Snitterfield. Unveiling of the war memorial

Children marching to church at the unveiling of the War Memorial, Snitterfield. August 15th 1920

Soft Toy

This teddy bear belonged to a girl called Sarah. She was born during World War II (1939 - 1945), when materials for dolls and toys were in short supply. He is home-made, using odd pieces of fabric in ...

Soft Toy - dog

This fabric dog is made of velvet, with button eyes. It was made by the Dean's Rag Book Company, who began making children's cloth books in 1905. They then expanded to produce dolls and soft toys.

Soft Toys

This group of soft toys belonged to a girl called Sarah. She was born during World War II (1939 - 1945), when materials for dolls and toys were in short supply. They are all home-made, using odd pieces ...

Southam. Coventry Street

Looking north along Coventry Street; Sturley's glass, china and earthenware establishment, and the Horse and Jockey Inn on the right; people and a horse and cart standing in the road. c. 1905

Southam. Daventry Street

Daventry Street, looking west towards the convent and Crown Inn; shows shop selling 'Refreshments' owned by Grant, children lined up outside. 1910s Postmark 1919.

Southam. High Street, May Day

[Southam May Day], horse drawn float containing a group of small boys with the banner 'Our Future Hope', with a crowd and another float outside the Craven Arms, High Street; the driver of the first float ...

Southam. Holy Well

Holy Well, Southam. Cissie, Eva and Dorothy Cardall (L to R). c.1905

Southam. May Day

Group in fancy dress with decorated pram in the garden of the Abbey. Believed to be May Day, Southam. 1908

Southam. May Day celebrations

May Day Procession of adults and children with flags, some in fancy dress, heading south along Coventry Street. 1920s

Southam. May Day celebrations

May Day Carnival, Group of girls gathered around the May pole. 1900s

Southam. May Day celebrations

May Day 1909; horse drawn cart in a field, with the inscription 'W. Neal, Stockton, Warwickshire', containing a group of young boys standing behind the banner 'Our Future Hope'. 1909

Southam. May Day celebrations

May Day parade through Market Hill; showing decorated horse drawn carts, including one from the Co-operative Industrial Society Ltd. of Southam, carrying children, some in fancy dress. Large crowd, including ...

Southam. Warwick Street, May Day

Southam May Day Procession coming up Warwick Street; in pouring rain, with band, decorated carts, umbrellas etc. 1900s