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Creswell Hall: sepia drawing

'Cresswell [sic] Hall near Stafford.' Showing a three-storey, white stuccoed Georgian building, from the lawn. Artist: 'J. B.,' [John Buckler.]

Font in Alstonefield Church: sepia drawing

'Font in Alstonefield (sic) Church,' showing a plain octagonal bowl on a short stem, with a round base. 'J. B.,' [John Buckler.]

Alstonefield Church: sepia drawing

'South East View of Alstonefield (sic) Church, Staffordshire,' showing the chancel in 'decorated' style, the windows of the clerestory, the square-headed windows in the south aisle, and the tower behind.'J. ...

Lichfield Cathedral - South Transept: water colour painting

'South entrance to Lichfield Cathedral,' showing the doorway in the south transept. Anonymous. Although described as a view of the south transept, this view bears only a superficial resemblance to ...

Alton - From Railway Station: water colour painting

Sunrise on Alton Castle and the castellated convent school on the hill, and below, a train steaming out. Anonymous [?L. J. Wood].

Hamstall Ridware Church - Monument: sepia wash drawing

'Monument in Hamstall Ridware Church, Staffordshire,' with a plain top. There are numerous shields on the sides (eight showing.) 'J. B.,' [John Buckler.] This tomb is on on the south side of the ...

Biddulph - Knypersley Reservoir : pen and ink sketch

'Weir, Knypersley Reservoir.' Showing four arches of a bridge, over a weir. There are people sitting on the bank at the side of the weir. Artist: 'T. P. W.,' [Thomas Peploe Wood.]

Enville Church: sepia drawing

'South East View of Enville Church, Staffordshire.' Showing the south aisle with two dormer windows. The south wall of the chancel is Jacobean with pilaster buttresses and round-headed windows. The ...

Enville Church: sepia drawing

South east view showing the south aisle with two dormer windows. The south wall of the chancel is Jacobean with pilaster buttresses and round-headed windows. The south aisle is medieval and the south ...

Stonnall: pen drawing of cottage

'Stonnall.' Showing a cottage with barns among trees. There are fields around the building with animals grazing in the foreground. Anonymous, [H. C. Allport].

Wootton Hall: sepia drawing

'Wooton (sic) Hall, Staffordshire, the Seat of Lady Bromley,' [or Rev. W. D. Bromley]. Back view of the Hall. The house is shown in the middle distance among trees.'J. C. Buckler.'

Bradley 'Priory' : pen drawing

Showing an Elizabethan half-timbered thatched cottage of L-shaped plan. Inscribed 'This building is to be pulled down this summer, May 1838.''T.P.W.,' [Thomas Peploe Wood]. This small timber-framed ...

Betley - Farmhouse: engraving

'Farmhouse at Betley, Staffordshire.' [?North] view of a half timber and thatch farmhouse. Anonymous. The name 'C. Varley' (Cornelius Varley) has been written below the image in the lower left corner....

Stafford - Almshouses: sepia drawing

'View of the Alms Houses at Stafford,' [built c. 1640]. North east view showing the entrance front of the two-storey building, and a corner of the court-yard. The doors are in pairs, and there are dormer ...

Stafford - Almshouses: sepia drawing

'The Garden Front of the Alms Houses at Stafford,' [built c. 1640]. South view showing the two-storey building with doors in pairs and dormer gable windows. There is a large three-light window in the ...

Stafford - Almshouses: sepia drawing

'Alms Houses, Stafford.' North east view from the court-yard, showing the entrance front of the two storey building, and one of the wings. There is a cart in the court-yard, and a group of people are ...

Stafford - Almshouses: sepia drawing

'Front View of the Alms Houses at Stafford,'taken from the road behind the court-yard wall, [built c. 1640]. North view showing the courtyard in front of the two-storey building with doors in pairs and ...

Stafford - Almshouses: pen drawing

'Alms Houses, Stafford.' North east view from the court-yard, showing the entrance front of the two storey building, and one of the wings. There is a cart in the court-yard, and a group of people are ...