1900 to 1920 Red Books:

The 1908 Edition

The Royal Orphanage, Penn Road.

The Royal Orphanage Chapel.

Senior boys at the Royal Orphanage.

Senior girls at the Royal Orphanage.


Two once very popular piano shops.

Wolverhampton Grammar School.

Making ice in the Corporation's cold store, behind the wholesale market.

The 1913 Edition

Christ Church, Five Ways.

Yeomanry and Artillery Drill Hall and Riding School in Park Road East.

Junior girls at the Royal Orphanage.

Junior boys at the Royal Orphanage.

The Queen Victoria Nursing Institute, Bath Road.

District Nurses' Home and School for Midwifery, Bath Road.

Making presses, stamps and shears at Daniel Smith Limited, Castle Iron Works, Raglan Street.

The 1914 Edition

St. Peter's Church.

The new premises of the Metropolitan Bank in Lichfield Street.

The General Hospital in 1913.

Wolverhampton Girls' High School.

Wolverhampton and Midland Counties Eye Infirmary.

A group of junior girls at the Royal Orphanage.

The Larches School, in Larches Lane.

Wolverhampton Technical School. Student's Library.

The 1915 Edition

A group of junior boys at the Royal Orphanage.

A finishing department at Wolverhampton Steam Laundry.

On the corner of Worcester Street and Salop Street.


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