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Municipal buildings, Police Headquarters, Room 22, Chief Clerk's Office.

Subject ID:
City Centre
Subject Year:
Leeds Museums Service
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Municipal Buildings - Police Headquarters - 4
Municipal buildings, Police Headquarters, Room 22, Chief Clerk
Undated. View of the Chief Clerk's Office, Room 22 in the Police Headquarters located on the first floor on the West side of the Municipal Buildings. A large desk stands on a square of patterned carpet and there is a fireplace with a clock on the mantlepiece. The window to the left overlooks Calverley Street and the door at the rear connects the room with the Assistant Chief Constable's Office, Room 23. The door at the right edge leads out into the corridor. This room is now and I.T. suite for the use of the Public and is part of the Central Library. Leeds City Police transferred here from premises in the Town Hall in 1934 and moved out in 1965 to the former Brotherton House in Westgate.

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