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The Sheldon Tapestry - TEST ONLY

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This silver medal was issued by James Bisset, and was made between 1820 and 1825. The reverse of the medal gives the distances of bathing places, including Leamington, from London. In the 1820s regular ...

Brailes. Banbury Road near Hook Norton turning

A leafy country lane with a man* and his dog, Brailes. 1914 [ * believed to be John Bryan, identified by his grandson 2021]

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 ...

Shipston on Stour. St Edmund's church

St Edmund's Church interior, Shipston on Stour. 1920s Designed around the 15th century tower in 1855 by George Edward Street. He was a prolific architect, also designing the Law Courts in London, ...

Rugby. Railway Terrace

The Regal Cinema in Railway Terrace, Rugby. 1930-40s

Rugby. Miss Evelyn Dewar B.A.

This photograph requires further research to confirm the identity. Formerly it was captioned on here as Miss Ethel Dewar. It is now thought that this is a typographic error and that it should be Miss ...

Compton Verney. Cross roads on the Fosse Way

Cross roads on the Fosse way at Compton Verney. 1900s [ A postcard is known that has a postmark dated 20th August 1906]

Atherstone. Parish fete

Musical Drill being performed by the infants at Atherstone parish fete on the lawn of a large house in July 1905. This large Victorian mansion was built in the 1860s by the Sale family. Known as The ...

Nuneaton. Coton Road

General view of a street in Nuneaton, with cars parked on both sides of the road. 1960s [formerly listed as Coventry Street. Apparently the corner of the building on the left is the Town Hall.]

Old Market Hall with Stocks

View of the old butter market, demolished 1865, with the watch house and stocks to the right of the picture.

St. John the Baptist Church

Showing west side of the church.

Radford Library (Temporary)

Women Factory Workers at Daimler

Female workers in a workshop during the First World War.

Whitley Abbey Bridge

Two men on motorcycles driving over Whitley Abbey bridge in the snow.

Wayzgoose for Coventry Printers

Group photograph of workers during an annual outing.

Walsgrave Road

Showing row of terraced housing.

Visit of George VI and Queen Elizabeth

George VI and Queen Elizabeth pose with Lord Mayor Alderman Joseph Holt and the Mayoress, Miss Kate Anderson.