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Abbey House Museum, Harewood Square

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Leeds Library & Information Services
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T LIHA Abbey (11)
Abbey House Museum, Harewood Square
Undated, Image shows a corner of Harewood Square, a Victorian street reconstruction in the Abbey House Museum. On the left is Edward Baines, printer stationer originally based on Albion Street in the early 19th century. On the right just visible is the shop of Ann Carter, haberdasher, originally at number 46 Briggate, many of the goods on display are in their original boxes. Also visible is a sign attached to the building on the far right advertising the Mason & Taylor apothecary. In the foreground can be seen a Victorian bicycle.

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