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A Morning's Tally

This is an oil painting on canvas depicting a dog which has caught three rats. There is a painted inscription which reads BOXER 1836. On the right of the painting is a house, and it is likely that this ...

A Pair of Pigs

This is an oil painting on canvas depicting two prize pigs. During the 19th century paintings of farm animals became a recognised genre, as, in an attempt to produce bigger and better livestock, itinerant ...

A Surprising Incident

This is an oil painting on canvas depicting a surprising incident which occurred during an attempt to slaughter a horse in July 1811. The caption at the bottom of the picture describes this as 'An Instance ...

Alcester. Back of High Street

Back of High Street, Alcester. 1930s

Alcester. Butter Street

Butter Street looking towards the Town Hall, Alcester. 1930s

Alcester. Demolition of cottages in Bleachfield Street

Cottages being demolished in Bleachfield Street, Alcester. April 1960 [Bleachfield Almhouses were founded in 1680 by George Ingram.]

Alcester. Henley Street

Cottages in Henley Street, Alcester. The tall chimney on left hand house is No.44. All these buildings, slightly altered, still remain. ["Across Meeting Lane is the hardware shop" - this has been disputed ...

Alcester. Malt Mill Lane

Cottages in Malt Mill Lane, Alcester. 1930s

Alcester. Malt Mill Lane

Rows of old timber framed cottages in Maltmill Lane, Alcester. 1920s

Alcester. Priory Road

Cottages and chapel in Priory Road, Alcester. 1920s

Alcester. Public House

Public House, cottages and terrace houses in Alcester. 1935

Alderminster. Coombe Farm

Coombe Farm, Banbury Road, Alderminster, showing the farmhouse, cottage and barn with garden and access lane. 1930s

Alderminster. Cottages and houses

Cottages and houses with two workmen standing in an outhouse. c.1905 [The picture shows the village Forge. The 'outhouse' on the front was where the blacksmith shoed the horses. It would be the blacksmith ...

Alderminster. Village scene

Cottages in Alderminster. 1900s

Alveston. Armstrong Siddely car

An Armstrong Siddely car standing in street with a chauffeur in the driving seat at Alveston. 1900s

Alveston. Avon Cottage

Avon Cottage, Alveston. 1910s

Alveston. Old Vicarage

The Old Vicarage, Alveston. c.1910

Alveston. Typical Cottage

A cottage in Alveston, which was the home of J.B. Priestly's secretary. 1967