leodis logo

Leeds City Council

Open archives compliant site

Supported by BIG Lottery Fund

Enrich UK Lottery Fund

All Hallows Church tower


All Hallows Church tower
Description:
1969 The square tower of All Hallows Church dominates the background of this image. The church was consecrated in 1886. Washing is strung across the red brick terraced street in the foreground and two young boys are having a conversation, one of them with a bike. Many chimney pots are also visible.

User Comments:

Name:
Elsa Jaquier - Jean-Baptiste Roumens

Comment:
We are looking for people who were in Eric Jaquier's pictures to try do direct a TV documentary about them. We will be at the Project Space Leeds Galery from 9th to 10th of May 2008. We will be happy to meet people who live(d) in Leeds to show them more pictures to try to name people, places and streets.

Email:
Not displayed

________________________________________________________________________________

Name:
Jean-Baptiste Roumens

Comment:
If you want to see more Eric Jaquier's pictures from Leeds in 1969: www.leeds1969.com It's the link of the website about our documentary film project.

Date:
26-Oct-2008

Email:
Not displayed

________________________________________________________________________________

Name:
Doug Malsbury

Comment:
I think at the top of the street, there is a strip at the left hand edge of the photo which shows a little bit of the building which was the All Hallows annexe to Queens Road school, where I was a pupil for my second year (standard 2) in about i953/4. I left Leeds in 1957 aged 11 having just started at Brudenell Secondary School and when I next returned for a visit in the mid 70`s this area had gone.This picture does evoke memories though. It`s unfortunate that there are no photo`s on this site of the annexe building on its own - it would be great if that could be rectified.

Date:
17-Oct-2009

Email:
wjdmalsbury@btinternet.com

________________________________________________________________________________

Name:
mick hammond

Comment:
i remember when the church burnt down watching it out of our attic window i must have been about 8 yr old

Date:
10-Aug-2012

Email:
cree61@hotmail.co.uk

________________________________________________________________________________

Name:
Eamonn Cronin

Comment:
I'm sure that the boy with the blond hair is my nephew. Terry Henderson, He lived in Carberry (not sure of the spelling) Place just off Burley Lodge Road.He was around 12 when this was taken. He now lives in South Africa. I apologise to the boy if I'm wrong.

Date:
10-Oct-2013

Email:
eamonn.cronin@sky.com

________________________________________________________________________________

Name:
steve donohoe

Comment:
That is terry with my brother jimmy donohoe

Date:
20-Feb-2014

Email:
Not displayed

________________________________________________________________________________

Name:
steve

Comment:
This is kelsall road no 7our family home always had a rug outside for us to sit on

Date:
20-Feb-2014

Email:
Not displayed

________________________________________________________________________________

Name:
Terry henderson

Comment:
Hi Eamonn and Steve. The boy on the left certainly looks like me with Jimmy, but I cant remenber the photograph being taken

Date:
15-Mar-2014

Email:
terry@whiteroseinstitute.co.za

________________________________________________________________________________

This photograph cannot be purchased due to copyright restrictions.