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Stratton Collection

Background imageStratton Collection: Miss Jennifer Stratton

Miss Jennifer Stratton
Cover of The Tatler featuring Miss Jennifer Stratton, one of the debutantes of 1956, wearing the dress in which she attended Queen Charlottes Ball. She is the daughter of Major and Mrs F.J. Stratton

Background imageStratton Collection: Swindon & Highworth Union Workhouse, Swindon, Wiltshire

Swindon & Highworth Union Workhouse, Swindon, Wiltshire
The Swindon and Highworth Union workhouse on Highworth Road, at Stratton St Margaret near Swindon, Wiltshire. The building, opened in 1846, later became St Margarets Hospital

Background imageStratton Collection: Gene Stratton-Porter

Gene Stratton-Porter
GENE (Geneva) STRATTON-PORTER (nee Stratton) American author of A girl of the limberlost and other writings mingling nature and sentiment

Background imageStratton Collection: General Tom Thumb

General Tom Thumb
Charles Sherwood Stratton (1838 - 1883), known as General Tom Thumb, was a dwarf who achieved great fame as a performer under circus pioneer P.T. Barnum

Background imageStratton Collection: Ocean Liners - clock, propeller ashtray and compact

Ocean Liners - clock, propeller ashtray and compact
Ocean Liners - RMS Queen Mary Smiths Empire clock, maiden voyage 1936 commemorative ashtray in the form of a propeller, and RMS Queen Mary Stratton compact. Date: 20th century

Background imageStratton Collection: Ben Travers farce scene, theatrical action photograph. With description

Ben Travers farce scene, theatrical action photograph. With description, More Dangerous than Leg Theory; Gussie Pogson (Robertson Hare) and Dandy Stratton (Ralph Lynn), Test Match cricketers

Background imageStratton Collection: Charles Sherwood Stratton known by everyone as General Tom Thumb (1838 - 1883), American dwarf

Charles Sherwood Stratton known by everyone as General Tom Thumb (1838 - 1883), American dwarf, who achieved great fame. Wearing court dress, appearing at the Egyptian Hall in Piccadilly

Background imageStratton Collection: Stratton Park, Winchester, the seat of Sir Thomas Baring

Stratton Park, Winchester, the seat of Sir Thomas Baring
Stratton Park, Winchester, the seat of the banker and slave owner Sir Thomas Baring. Neoclassical design by George Dance with Doric portico and gardens landscaped by Humphry Repton

Background imageStratton Collection: General Tom Thumb as Napoleon

General Tom Thumb as Napoleon
General Tom Thumb (Charless Stratton) as Napoleon. 19th century

Background imageStratton Collection: Charless Stratton, General Tom Thumb as Napoleon

Charless Stratton, General Tom Thumb as Napoleon. 19th century

Background imageStratton Collection: Music cover, The Lily of Laguna sung by Eugene Stratton

Music cover, The Lily of Laguna sung by Eugene Stratton
Music cover, The Lily of Laguna, written and composed by Leslie Stuart, sung by Eugene Stratton. 1898

Background imageStratton Collection: General Tom Thumb, Lucia Zarate, General Mite and Frank Uf

General Tom Thumb, Lucia Zarate, General Mite and Frank Uf
Engraving showing General Tom Thumb, real name Charles Sherwood Stratton (1838-1883), Lucia Zarate (1864-1890), General Mite, real name Francis Joseph Flynn (b.1864), and Frank Uffner

Background imageStratton Collection: Hull Sailors Orphan Homes - Stratton Hall

Hull Sailors Orphan Homes - Stratton Hall
The Sailors Orphan Homes, Hull, also known as Newland Homes, established in 1895 by The Port of Hull Society. Children at a meal in Stratton Hall, the Homes assembly hall and dining room

Background imageStratton Collection: Old Hag - Stratton

Old Hag - Stratton
A typical old hag - old women such as her are liable to be accused of practising black magic and witchcraft

Background imageStratton Collection: Charles Stratton, the American dwarf, 1844

Charles Stratton, the American dwarf, 1844
A review, as featured in the Illustrated London News, 1844, reporting on the recent performance of Charles S. Stratton, the American dwarf (also known as General Tom Thumb)

Background imageStratton Collection: Miss Honor Dorothy Leigh by Madame Yevonde

Miss Honor Dorothy Leigh by Madame Yevonde
Honor Dorothy Leigh (1892-1982), only daughter of Mr John Blundell Leigh of Stratton Audley, Oxfordshire and granddaughter of the Marquess of Abergavenny

Background imageStratton Collection: General Tom Thumb as Frederick the Great, 1845

General Tom Thumb as Frederick the Great, 1845
Engraving showing General Tom Thumb, real name Charles Sherwood Stratton (1838-1883), dressed as Frederick the Great of Russia in London, 1845. Stratton was an American midget showman who was in P.T

Background imageStratton Collection: Tom Thumb / Pony Carriage

Tom Thumb / Pony Carriage
The stage name of Charles Sherwood Stratton - pictures here with miniture carriage and attendants. Achieved great fame under circus pioneer P T Barnum. Grew to 3ft 4 inches

Background imageStratton Collection: Robert Marsham

Robert Marsham
ROBERT MARSHAM naturalist of Stratton Strawless, Norfolk : Fellow of the Royal Society

Background imageStratton Collection: Tom Thumb / Queen Victoria

Tom Thumb / Queen Victoria
General Tom Thumb (real name: Charles Sherwood Stratton) is presented to Queen Victoria and Prince Albert


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