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Rackham

Arthur. 1867--1939, English artist, noted for his book illustrations, esp of fairy tales
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Like Rackhams, Villa have traditionally been the Premier place for Brummies to spend their Saturday afternoon leisure time and the place where top-of-therange wares were on offer.
The beer has been named after the back of the former Rackhams store in the city centre, now House Of Fraser, which was once a notorious red light spot.
Women shopping in Rackhams were randomly slashed by David Morgan.
It will be scissors at five paces for staff from The Salon in Rackhams, Leamington, and Sacci hairdressers in Clay Lane, Stoke, Coventry, tomorrow.
Ola, who works in the beauty department of Rackhams in Birmingham, hopes to become a TV presenter while student Helen would like to be a model or actress.
Over the years, as our pictures show, Santa has also made appearances at The Oratory School in Edgbaston, Pavilions shopping mall, Rackhams in Corporation Street and at the Pallasades.
The star of Black Country comedy The Grimleys inaugurated House of Fraser Birm-ingham, which traded as Rackhams for more than 40 years.
Smedley had been watching a thief at the upmarket Rackhams store in Altrincham, Greater Manchester, just before Christmas in 1996.
THERE was a time when you probably thought you were somebody if you were heading for a Christmas lunch on the top floor of what used to be Rackhams in Birmingham city centre.
In the meantime, he said, the group had total confidence in management at the store, which last year saw it through an acclaimed pounds 30 million makeover and the rebranding from Rackhams.