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Albert Terrace, Lyceum Picture House

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Leeds Museums Service
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Leeds Museums Armley 1
Albert Terrace, Lyceum Picture House
Undated. View of the house, nearest the camera, on Albert Terrace, where the Tempest Family lived when they first came to Armley Mills. Steward Tempest had begun as a child labourer at Armley Mills and the company he founded, Bentley and Tempest, took over the mill in 1907. The Lyceum Picture House at the junction with Thornville Road and Cardigan Road can be seen to the right.

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