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Belgrave Street numbers 11 to 13

Subject ID:
City Centre
Subject Year:
West Yorkshire Archive Service
Class number:
WYAS Belgrave Street, Box 133, no. 1
Belgrave Street numbers 11 to 13
Undated. Image shows two properties numbered 11 to 13 Belgrave Street. Number 11 (left),is listed in a Kelly's Directory of Leeds for 1921 as being occupied by Wolfe Jacobson, tailor. This property was demolished much earlier than number 13 next door. Number 13 was occupied by the caretaker of The Great Synogogue which stood at number 15, just seen at the right edge. The Great Synagogue was the first purpose-built synagogue in Yorkshire when it opened in 1860 and remained here until 1983 when it was demolished, along with number 13. The site of The Great Synagogue was given Blue Plaque status in 1991. On the left of number 11 a ginnel leads to the rear of the property.

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