This silver key, is engraved: This key was presented to Mrs Alice ward on the occasion of the opening of the public shelter at Whipps Cross Hospital July 21 1920. On the reverse, shelter presented to the West Ham Board of Guardians by the Whipps Cross Hospital Social Committee.
From Newham Heritage & Archives collection.
The junction of Angel Lane and The Broadway. The Angel public house was on the corner at 30 The Broadway, it was later replaced by John Collier's the tailors shop. On the opposite corner was Barclays Bank. Angel Lane was a bustling street market but was demolished to make way for Stratford Mall Shopping Centre.
Newham Heritage & Archives Ref 29/3/10 K12
A medieval bridge (probably of the late 14th century), now much widened, which carries the High Street over the Channelsea River. View from the North.
30 Romford Road, Stratford, when Messrs. Athur Webb the builders occupied the building, In this photo at the front of the building you can see the small extention used as an Undertakers and a small garden. Next door at 32 was Henry Lowe Heating engineers/dry cleaning and dyeing with a For Let sign on building.
An Open Letter appealing for funds to support the work of the County Borough of West Ham Juvenile Organisations Committee.
Locomotives and rolling stock usually bore a plate giving a running number and where and when it was built.
Stratford Railway Works was responsible for the construction and maintenace of huge numbers of locomotives and rolling stock.
Second prize for Stratford Festival Choral Competition in 1923. Awarded to South Park Girls School, Conductor Miss I.R. Dealey.
Donated by Mrs M. Stevens Elstree Manor, Herts. Residential Home for retired teachers. It was left by Miss Isobel Ruth Dealy (1885-1986) who left no known relatives. Before retiring, she was Headmistress of South Park Girls School, she was 101 when she died.
From the Newham Heritage & Archives collection. The plaque is signed G. Halliday.