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[1]Studio portrait, Herbert Clarke and Mary Elizabeth Clarke (Unknown)
Studio portrait, Herbert Clarke and Mary Elizabeth ClarkeUndated. Studio portrait showing Herbert Clarke (1865-1937) and his wife Mary Elizabeth Clarke, nee White (1870-1957). Mrs. Clarke can be seen as an elderly lady in Leodis image 20111215_173042. She is shown here displaying her left hand with a missing middle finger, which she lost when it was trapped in the unprotected drive belt of the mill machinery she was operating.
[2]Scurrs House, Stone brothers (Beeston)
Scurrs House, Stone brothers1930. Image shows two brothers in uniform, Gilbert Stone (right) of the 2nd Battalion, Coldstream Guards, and William Frederick Stone of the RAF, outside the family home, Scurrs House. This was situated at the back of what later became Parkside School, along a track that ran parallel to Middleton Woods. By 1930 the house had been divided into two dwellings and was renamed Parkside Cottages. In the garden a deep well cut through a coal seam. At the side of the house was a small lean-to shop selling sweets and tobacco, run by Mrs. Ada Stone, mother to the two brothers pictured. The house, which was demolished in the 1960s to make way for the Southleigh estate, had been the scene of a horrific crime in the 17th century, when Leonard Scurr, the occupier of the house, was brutally murdered along with his elderly mother and a maidservant, by a gang led by two men named Holroyd and Littlewood. The men were eventually caught and Holroyd was executed on Holbeck Moor in 1682.
[3]Leeds University, War Memorial (Woodhouse)
Leeds University, War MemorialJuly 2003. View shows a war memorial at Leeds University listing the names of those from the University who lost their lives during the two World Wars, starting on the left with the second half of the alphabet of First World War casualties, followed by three columns of names from the Second World War.
[4]Leeds University, War Memorial (Woodhouse)
Leeds University, War MemorialJuly 2003. View shows a war memorial at Leeds University listing the names of those from the University who lost their lives during the First World War. This side displays surnames in the first half of the alphabet from A to L.
[5]Leeds Town Hall, War Memorial (City Centre)
Leeds Town Hall, War MemorialJuly 2003. View shows a memorial in Leeds Town Hall dedicated to those employees of the Council who fell during the First World War. Staff from the Art Gallery, City Engineer's Department, City Treasurer's Department, Libraries Department, Sewerage Department, Town Clerk's Department, Town Hall Superintendents and Waterworks Department are listed.
[6]Collingham Memorial Gardens, Main Street (Collingham)
Collingham Memorial Gardens, Main StreetJuly 2003. View shows Collingham Memorial Gardens, situated on Main Street alongside the Memorial Hall, built as a commemoration to those who lost their lives in the First World War.
[7]Collingham Memorial Hall, Main Street (Collingham)
Collingham Memorial Hall, Main StreetJuly 2003. View of Collingham Memorial Hall with a car park in the foreground, situated at the junction of Smithy Court and Main Street. The hall was opened in 1920 as a memorial to those who had fallen during the First World War and is now used as a centre for a variety of village activities.
[8]Collingham Memorial Hall, Main Street (Collingham)
Collingham Memorial Hall, Main StreetJuly 2003. View shows Collingham Memorial Hall, situated on Main Street by the junction with Smithy Court. It was opened in 1920 as a memorial to those who lost their lives in the First World War, and it now serves as a centre for a variety of village activities.
[9]Stanhope Drive, Memorial Trees (Horsforth)
Stanhope Drive, Memorial TreesDecember 2004. View of Stanhope Drive showing part of the avenue of trees planted as a memorial to the 211 men and one woman from the town who gave their lives in the First World War. Originally there was a name plaque on each tree but these have since been lost. However, the trees remain, along with a memorial stone at the centre of the avenue.
[10]Winsor Poultry and Fish Merchants - can you help ? (Unknown)
Winsor Poultry and Fish Merchants - can you help ?Date possibly 1910? Image shows what is thought to be new proprietor of a shop selling poultry, game, fish, including Palethorpes sausages, from Cambridge, and Whitstable oysters. Any information on the business and its location would be welcomed.
[11]East Keswick Memorial Garden, Lime Trees (East Keswick)
East Keswick Memorial Garden, Lime Trees2001. View of East Keswick Memorial Garden on Crabtree Lane where an avenue of lime trees has been planted as a memorial to those from the village who were killed in action during the Second World War. Houses on Rose Croft can be seen in background.
[12]East Keswick War Memorial, Crabtree Lane (East Keswick)
East Keswick War Memorial, Crabtree Lane2001. View shows East Keswick War memorial situated in a small garden on Crabtree Lane. The memorial commemorates residents of the village who were killed or missing in the First World War.
[13]Methley War Memorial, St. Oswald's Churchyard (Methley)
Methley War Memorial, St. OswaldAugust 2005. View shows Methley War Memorial commemorating the men of the village who lost their lives during the First World War. The memorial is situated in the churchyard of Methley Parish Church, St. Oswald's.
[14]Thorp Arch War Memorial, The Village Junction (Thorp Arch)
Thorp Arch War Memorial, The Village JunctionAugust 2003. View shows Thorp Arch war memorial situated at The Village Junction. This was erected in 1920 to commemorate the men of the village who lost their lives in the First World War. The names of those commemorated are A. Archer, E. Dickenson, A. Griffith, W. Huscroft, G. Merry, W. Milner, A. Smith, J. Warner, G. Wharton and C Wilson.
[15]Shadwell War Memorial, St. Paul's Churchyard (Shadwell)
Shadwell War Memorial, St. PaulAugust 2002. Image shows Shadwell War Memorial situated in St. Paul's Churchyard, Main Street, with the church visible in the background. The Grade II listed monument includes 27 names from the First World War and 7 names from the Second World War.
[16]Temple Newsam Roll of Honour, Selby Road (Temple Newsam)
Temple Newsam Roll of Honour, Selby Road2001. View shows the Roll of Honour beside the Temple Newsam War Memorial on Selby Road, listing casualties of the First World War.
[17]Temple Newsam War Memorial, Selby Road (Temple Newsam)
Temple Newsam War Memorial, Selby Road2001. Image shows the Temple Newsam War Memorial on Selby Road. Semi-detached houses on the right are situated on Queensway.
[18]Theatre Royal, poster (City Centre)
Theatre Royal, poster1910. Image shows a poster advertising a production of the pantomime "Forty Thieves" at the Theatre Royal on King Charles Croft, and featuring photographs of performers and theatre staff. The performances ran from 26th December to 7th January with seats in the price range 1d to 2/6. Featured at the top is theatre manager Francis Laidler, who took over from 1909 to 1939, and established the tradition of performing pantomimes at the theatre.
[19]Hinsley Hall Catholic Archives, memorial plaque (Headingley)
Hinsley Hall Catholic Archives, memorial plaqueJuly 2005. View shows the second of two circular plaques bearing the names of old St. Anne's Boys who lost their lives serving their country during the First World War. The plaques are located on the floor of a room in the Catholic Archives at Hinsley Hall off Headingley Lane. Names included are Killeen, Kent, Kenny, Keenan, Killion, Keene, Lee (3), Lennahan (2), Leary, McDermott, McIntyre, McGuire, Molloy, Mongan, Mitchell, Morgan, Mervin, Morris, Newton, O'Neill, Oakes, O'Connor, O'Brien, Owen, Pugh, Price, Roddy, Riley, Roberts, Strangeway, Sandford, Scott, Tobin, Thompson, Townend, Timlin, Vasey, Valette, Viney, Whiteley, White, Winn, Welsh, Whittaker, Whelan and Wilson.
[20]Headrow, looking east (City Centre)
Headrow, looking eastc1940s. View of the Headrow, looking east towards Quarry Hill Flats, which can be seen in the distance. on the right can be seen Schofield's department store at number 79-83, the entrance to Victoria Arcade, Shiphams hosiers and Campbells house furnishers at number 75, Lands Lane, and Benefit Footwear at number 69.The edge of Lewis's department store can be seen on the left.