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Collection Descriptions
Social History Collection (Leamington Art Gallery And Museum)
The social history collection focuses on the Leamington area.
Social History Collection (Tenbury Museum)
The social history materials focuses on the Tenbury area from the 16th. to the 20th.C. It includes domestic crafts an...
Social History Collection (The Almonry)
The collection consists of domestic, craft, commercial and civic items, printed ephemera and pictures, covering the p...
Social History Collection (Worcestershire County Museum)
The social history collection focuses on domestic and family life from 1890 to 1940.
Social History Collection (Anne Hathaway's Cottage)
The social history material has been selected to support the general theme of the displays.
Social History Collection (Ludlow Museum)
The collection covers many aspects of local trades and crafts, domestic life and leisure activities. There is a part...
Social History Collection (Dudley Museum And Art Gallery)
The collection was almost entirely the gift of the Fiddian family of Stourbridge.
Social History Collection (Droitwich Spa Heritage Centre)
A collection of local artefacts.
Social History Collection (Museum Of Cannock Chase)
The social history of the area is covered in a collection which includes domestic equipment, retail items and materia...
Social History Collection (Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery)
The collections cover most aspects of the history of the people and the City from about 1500 to the present day. They...
Social History Collection (Kington Museum)
The collection includes many household and domestic items, mainly from the Victorian and Edwardian period..
Social History Collection (Old House)
Domestic equipment of the 17th. and 18th. C. is used to complete the period displays throughout the house.
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