List of illustrations, maps and plans

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Victoria County History

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J. G. Jenkins (editor)

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1963

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'List of illustrations, maps and plans', A History of the County of Stafford: Volume 8 (1963), pp. XI-XIII. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=53348 Date accessed: 21 October 2014.


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LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS

Thanks are due to Mrs. W. J. B. Blake, Mr. S. A. H. Burne, Mr. R. G. Haggar, Mr. T. Pape, Mr. S. K. Smith, Mr. E. J. D. Warrillow, Miss Phoebe Wedgwood, the Trustees of the British Museum, the Trustees of the William Salt Library, Stafford, the City of Stoke-on-Trent Central Library, the City of Stoke-onTrent Museum and Art Gallery, the Borough of Newcastle-under-Lyme Museum and Art Gallery, and the National Buildings Record for permission to reproduce paintings, drawings, photographs, maps, and other works or for the loan of prints and photographs; and to W. T. Copeland & Sons Ltd. for lending the block of the illustration facing p. 204.

View of Longton from the north. From a water-colour of 1950 by R. G. Haggar in the possession of R. H. & S. L. Plant Ltd., Longtonfrontispiece
Newcastle-under-Lyme and the Potteries. From W. Yates, Map of Staffordshire (1775)facing page 4
Newcastle-under-Lyme. From T. Hargreaves, Map of the Staffordshire Potteries and Newcastle-under-Lyme (1832)" 5
Plan of Newcastle-under-Lyme, 1691. By Alexander Forbes. British Museum Maps, 1112(3)" 8
Advertisement of Castle Hotel. From I. Cottrill, Police Directory for Newcastle-under-Lyme (1839)" 8
Newcastle High Street. From I. Cottrill, Police Directory for Newcastle-under-Lyme (1839)" 9
Newcastle: the borough arms. Drawn by K. J. Allisonpage 39
Newcastle: Red Lion Square. Painting of 1854 by H. L. Pratt at Newcastle Museum and Art Galleryfacing page 54
Newcastle: interior of the Church of St. Giles before the rebuilding of 1876. Photograph in the possession of Mr. T. Pape" 54
Newcastle: Roman Catholic Church of the Holy Trinity. Drawing of 1840 by J. Buckler in Staffs. Views, vii. 94, at the William Salt Library, Stafford" 55
Newcastle: Albemarle Almshouses. Photograph by Margaret Tomlinson, 1961" 55
Tunstall: Town Hall. Photograph of c. 1885 in the possession of Mr. E. J. D. Warrillow" 104
Cobridge: Waterloo Road. Photograph of c. 1870 in the possession of Mr. E. J. D. Warrillow" 104
Burslem. From T. Hargreaves, Map of the Staffordshire Potteries and Newcastle-under-Lyme (1832)" 105
Burslem: St. Paul's Church. Photograph by Margaret Tomlinson, 1961" 112
Burslem: air view of the town centre. Photograph of c. 1930 at the Horace Barks Reference Library, Stoke Central Library" 112
Workers' Housing:" 113
Penkhull Square (photograph by the National Buildings Record, 1960)
Piccadilly Street, Tunstall (photograph by Margaret Tomlinson, 1962)
Granville Street, Cobridge (photograph by Margaret Tomlinson, 1961)
Beresford Street, Hanley (photograph by Margaret Tomlinson, 1961)
Burslem: the borough arms. Drawn by K. J. Allisonpage 127
Burslem: St. John's Church. View of c. 1840 drawn and etched by T. P. Mullock in Staffs. Views, ii. 159, at the William Salt Library, Staffordfacing page 136
Burslem: Fountain Place House and Works. Lithograph of c. 1840 at the Horace Barks Reference Library, Stoke Central Library" 136
Arnold Bennett, aged 23. Water-colour drawing of 1891 by M. Du Mayne at the Arnold Bennett Museum, Cobridge" 137
Enoch Wood, aged 62. Self-portrait of 1821 in biscuit pottery at the British Museum" 137
The Wedgwood family at Etruria Hall in 1780. From a reproduction of the painting by George Stubbs in the possession of Miss Phoebe Wedgwood" 137
Etruria Pottery Works. Water-colour drawing of 1794 by S. Shaw in Staffs. Views, iv. 184, at the William Salt Library, Staffordfacing page 166
Etruria Hall. Photograph of c. 1870 by G. Henshall in the possession of Mr. E. J. D. Warrillow" 166
Hanley: bottle ovens at the Eastwood Pottery Works. Photograph by Mr. S. K. Smith at Stoke Museum and Art Gallery" 167
Hanley: air view of the town centre. Photograph of c. 1930 at the Horace Barks Reference Library, Stoke Central Library" 167
Architecture of the Pottery Industry:" 172
Master potter's house at Longport and the adjoining works (photographs by Margaret Tomlinson, 1960)
The Boundary Works, Longton (photograph by the National Buildings Record, 1961)
The Phoenix Works, Hanley (photograph by Margaret Tomlinson, 1960)
Stoke-upon-Trent and part of Fenton. From T. Hargreaves, Map of the Staffordshire Potteries and Newcastle-under-Lyme (1832)" 173
Stoke-upon-Trent: St. Peter's Church. Engraving of 1824 by J. Sherwin (after a painting by W. Westall) at the Horace Barks Reference Library, Stoke Central Library" 190
Stoke-upon-Trent: elevation of the east front of the proposed town hall c. 1834. Drawn by T. Battam to the design of H. Ward. In Staffs. Views, x. 18, at the William Salt Library, Stafford" 190
Stoke-upon-Trent: drawing of an earthenware model of the Spode Works in the possession of W. T. Copeland and Sons Ltd., based on a plan of 1833" 204
Stoke-upon-Trent: unveiling of the statue of Josiah Wedgwood outside Stoke Station in 1863. Wood-cut in the possession of Mr. E. J. D. Warrillow from The Illustrated London News, 7 Mar. 1863" 204
Penkhull Village. Photograph by Margaret Tomlinson, 1961" 205
Fenton: air view of the Lane Delph area. Photograph of 1937 by Aerofilms Ltd." 205
Fenton: Whieldon's Grove. Part of a lithograph of c. 1845 in Staffs. Views, iv. 191, at the William Salt Library, Stafford" 228
Longton Hall. Photograph of the early 20th century by W. J. B. Blake in the possession of Mr. E. J. D. Warrillow" 228
Longton: children collecting coal-cart spillings in Wharf Street. Photograph of the early 20th century by W. J. B. Blake at Stoke Museum and Art Gallery" 229
Longton: the former St. John's National School. Photograph by Margaret Tomlinson, 1961" 229
Stoke-on-Trent: the city arms. Drawn by K. J. Allisonpage 263
Hanley: City of Stoke-on-Trent Museum and Art Gallery. Photograph by Margaret Tomlinson, 1961facing page 270
Burslem: Wedgwood Institute. Photograph by Margaret Tomlinson, 1961" 270
Burslem: Hill Top. Photograph by Margaret Tomlinson, 1961" 294
Hanley: Former Bethesda Sunday School. Photograph by Margaret Tomlinson, 1961" 294

LIST OF MAPS AND PLANS

The maps have been drawn by G. R. Versey and are based on Ordnance Survey maps with the sanction of the Controller of H.M. Stationery Office, Crown Copyright reserved. The plans of workers' terraced housing on p. 115 were measured and drawn by M. Edwards.

Stoke-on-Trent and Newcastle-under-Lyme c. 1960facing page 1
Newcastle-under-Lyme: boundary extensionspage 2
Newcastle-under-Lyme: town centre c. 1960facing page 78
Tunstall c. 1960page 82
Burslem: town centre c. 1960" 111
Workers' terraced housing: some typical 19th-century plans" 115
Hanley: town centre c. 1960" 148
Hanley c. 1960facing page 172
Stoke-upon-Trent c. 1960page 175
Stoke-upon-Trent: town centre c. 1960" 181
Fenton c. 1960" 206
Longton c. 1960" 225
Stoke-on-Trent: boundary extensions" 260