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Temple Newsam House, South Wing

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Temple Newsam
Leeds Library & Information Services
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D LIE Temple
Temple Newsam House, South Wing
Undated This view of the South Wing of Temple Newsam House was taken by the Leeds historian Alf Mattison. This wing was originally built by Sir Arthur Ingram who bought the estate in 1622. It was, however, later rebuilt by the widow of Charles Ninth Viscount Irwin (1727 - 1778) and bears the inscription 'This South Wing was rebuilt by Frances Shepheard Viscountess Irwin in the year 1796'.

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