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Grand Pygmalion, postcard

Subject ID:
City Centre
Subject Year:
Artemis, Leeds City Council
Class number:
Artemis Pack 13 (Leeds Streets) no.14
Grand Pygmalion, postcard
Undated. Colour-tinted postcard showing the Grand Pygmalion at the junction of Boar Lane (left) and Trinity Street. This was an early department store run by Alexander Monteith of Monteith, Hamilton & Monteith Ltd., built in 1888. It was advertised as being 'the most complete general drapers and house furnishers in Yorkshire'. After Alexander's son John retired in 1927 the shop was sold; it later became the site of C & A.

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