Index to the Stacey Albums at Saffron WaldenTown Library

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Sadler’s Farm 5.1 48
Saffron Colchicum (not Sativus)
Stacey notes: “Also notes on Saffron”
3.2 166
Saffron Walden
  • Aerial views
3.2 130
  • Do.
3.2 157
  • Do.
4.1 77-9
  • Do.
4.2 88-9
  • Do.
4.2 141-3
  • Band c.1885
2.1 20
  • Do. (1906)
3.1 69
  • Do. (1915 – prog. of music)
3.1 89
  • Do.
3.2 173
  • Do. (1911)
4.1 24
  • Do. (1903)
4.2 110
  • Do. (Excelsior)
5.2 85
  • Do. (1906)
5.2 96
  • Brains Trust v. Bletchley
5.2 125
  • Doorways
4.2 84
  • Memories of old Walden 1915 (Robson)
5.1 21
  • Milkmen (by S.S. Wilson)
5.3 177-8
  • Notes on S.W. (Robinson, F.J.)
1.1 87
  • Oldest businesses
5.3 144
  • Pubs (parody on town)
3.2 194
  • Southern Rhodesia area
2.1 57
  • Town centre (map)
1.1 3
  • Do.
1.1 84
  • Do.
3.2 101
Saffron Walden and North Essex Bank cheque 3.2 99
St. Aylotts 1.1 102
  • Do.
3.2 192

St. James Hospital–women inmates 1940

  • “Watercress Nell” among them
5.1 34
Saxon cemetery 1.1 100
  • Do.
3.2 118
Sayer, Mrs. Alfred and Hortensia 5.2 95
School (private) on site of Co-op High St.next “Greyhound” 4.1 26
School Row (demolished 1954) 1.2 157
Scouts
  • Band
4.1 33
  • General
4.1 59
  • Do.
5.2 81
  • History
2.1 35-6
  • Outing with Ruck
5.2 99
Searle’s Bank notes 1.1 101
Secondary School 1.2 119
  • Do.
1.2 129
  • Do.
1.2 148
  • Do.
2.2 75-6
Semar, Katharine 5.2 85

Seven Devils Lane (looking north)

2.3 193
Sewage works 2.2 87-8
Sewards End
  • School
2.1 48
  • Swain’s
3.2 192
  • Do.
4.2 161
  • 3 End farm
3.2 192
Sewell, J. (mace bearer) 2.1 24
  • Do.
3.1 1
Shepherds Club 1912 3.2 168
Shepherds, Loyal Order of Ancient 3.2 168
Shire Hall Estate 4.2 92
Silk industry 3.2 102
Silver Jubilee 1935 1.2 140
  • Do.
5.1 17
Silver Jubilee (Queen Victoria) 3.1 91-3
Skogstad, Paul and Charlotte 5.2 99
Smith, F. (George Street) 5.3 130
Smith, Jim 1.1 8
Smith, Mrs. Mercy (Walden’s first postwoman) 5.3 171-3
Smyth, Sir Thos.
  • General
1.1 12
  • Picture for “Then and Now”
3.1 26
  • Strype’s “Life”
1.1 12
Snow, Jack 3.1 75
Snow, T.T. handbill 5.2 84
Snowdrift (Thaxted Road) 1.2 138
South Road
  • Corner of West Road
2.1 11
  • Freestone’s
2.2 77
  • General
2.3 196
  • Do.
3.2 100
  • Sanitary Steam Laundry handbill
5.2 84
  • School
  • General
1.1 66-7
  • Do.
2.1 61-2
  • Do.
2.1 64
  • Do.
2.1 66
  • Do.
3.1 94-7
  • Do.
3.2 98
  • Do.
3.2 102
  • Do.
4.2 94
  • Do.
4.2 97
  • Do.
4.2 121-2
  • Staff 1968
5.2 82
  • c.1902
5.1 46
  • Southend outing
4.1 32
Southern’s (King Street) 5.1 56
Spains Hall 2.3 206
Special constables 1918 4.1 6
  • Do.
4.1 12
  • Do.
4.1 43
  • Do.
4.2 113
Spring field Cott. (Thaxted Road) 3.1 67
  • Do.
3.2 128
Stacey, H.C.
  • General
4.2 132
  • Retirement
4.2 141
  • With W. Indian students
1.2 152
Stacey, H.H. 4.1 55-6
Starling, James (mayor 1854-5) 5.2 100
Steam roller 1.1 8
Steele, Canon J.T. 4.1 21
Steeple Bumpstead 5.3 188
Steer, Frances
  • (Henry VIII & Catherine Howard)
3.2 117
Steer, the late Dr. Henry 1.1 87
  • Do.
5.3 157-8
Stocks (Market Square) 2.1 9
  • Do.
3.1 44
  • Do.
3.2 149
Stocks Yard (High Street) No ref. shown
Street, Henry (cricket) 5.2 115
Sun Inn
  • Appeal
4.1 82
  • Engraving
2.1 21
  • General
1.1 101
  • Do.
2.1 60
  • Do
3.1 62-6
  • Do.
3.1 69
  • Do.
3.1 85
  • Do.
3.2 143
  • Do.
4.1 36
  • Do.
4.1 75
  • Do.
4.1 81
  • Do.
4.2 120
  • Do.
4.2 131
  • Do.
4.2 156
  • Do.
4.2 160
  • Do.
5.2 82
Swan Meadows 4.2 142-3
Swimming Club 2.1 66