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Location - Leeds & District

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Black Prince, City Square (City Centre) (2 comments)
Black & White imageUndated. Close-up view of the statue of the Black Prince in City Square.
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Black Prince, City Square (City Centre)
Black & White imageJune 1967. Close up of the Black Prince Statue in City Square. The Post Office building is in the left of the picture with some scaffolding on it. A telephone box is outside. The Norwich Union building is on the right. People are sitting in the square.
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Black Prince, postcard (City Centre) (1 comment)
Black & White imageUndated. Postcard view of the statue of the Black Prince in City Square. Sculpted by Thomas Brock, the Prince sits on horseback atop a granite pedestal. Edward the Black Prince (1330-76) was the eldest son of Edward III and was noted from his military prowess having undertaken successful campaigns in Crecy and Poitiers. This is demonstrated by the bronze relief panels on the pedestal which depict scenes from land and sea battles. Groups of people are gathered on either side of the statue. Priestley Hall (left) and Mill Hill Chapel (right) are in the background.
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Black Prince, postcard (City Centre)
Black & White imagec1904. Postcard view of City Square showing the Black Prince statue in the centre, sculpted by Thomas Brock and unveiled in 1903. Steps in the foreground lead up to the circular centre of City Square, flanked on either side by one of Alfred Drury's 'Morn' and 'Even' statues, also erected in 1903. In the background are the Standard Life Assurance building. Priestley Hall, Mill Hill Chapel and part of the Royal Exchange Chambers. The postcard has a 1904 postmark on the back.
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City Square (City Centre)
Colour image21st September 1999.City Square looking towards the Post Office outside which are a row of red public telephone boxes. Visible in the Square are the statues of the Black Prince and of Morn and Even. Pedestrians also visible and two buses can be seen coming round the corner of Infirmary Street.
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City Square (City Centre)
Colour image21st September 1999.The City Square looking towards the Central Post Office. We see the statue of the Black Prince and those of Morn and Even. There are people in the square and the woman in the foreground appears to be waiting to cross the road .
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City Square (City Centre)
Black & White image1923, To the left is the statue of the Black Prince, by Thomas Brock in 1903. Behind is the Mill Hill Unitarian Chapel which is at the bottom of Park Row. The war memorial in the centre was designed by H C Fehr in 1922. It was resited to the Headrow, Victoria Gardens on 28th October 1937. The Royal Exchange Building to the right is at junction with Boar Lane.
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City Square (City Centre) (1 comment)
Black & White imageUndated. On the left is the Post Office building, which opened in 1896. Moving to the right is the junction with Infirmary Street and the Standard Life Assurance Building can be seen. Next, Park Row and on the extreme right Mill Hill Unitarian Chapel. The Black Prince statue is in the centre of City Square.
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City Square (City Centre)
Black & White image1905. Postcard view of City Square showing the statue of the Black Prince in the centre. On the left the General Post Office building can be seen and adjacent to it, the Standard Life Assurance buildings. Mill Hill Chapel is in the background, right.
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City Square (City Centre)
Black & White image1964. A 1960s view of City Square from a postcard, with the Black Prince in the centre and Mill Hill Chapel at the rear. The spire of Holy Trinity Church in Boar Lane can be seen at the right edge.
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City Square (City Centre)
Colour imageC1999. View of City Square showing the Black Prince in the foreground. The buildings in the background are left, the General Post Office which opened in 1896, centre, number 1 City Square which opened in 1996, and right, number 1 Park Row which opened in 2000.
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City Square (City Centre)
Black & White image14th January 1950. View of City Square looking across to Post Office. Majestic Cinema to the left is showing a Humphrey Bogart film. Black Prince statue and nymphs are in view.
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City Square (City Centre)
Black & White image27th May 1955. Wide view of City Square, showing Post Office on left, old Norwich Union building in the centre, and Park Row on the right. Black Prince statue visible, with flower bed blooming at base. Tram just outside Mill Hill chapel.
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City Square (City Centre) (2 comments)
Black & White image27th May 1955. View across City Square of old Norwich Union building and Park Row. Black Prince Statue is surrounded by flower bed in bloom. Post Office to left.
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City Square (City Centre)
Black & White image25th March 1948. Wide-angled view of City Square, looking across (left to right) towards Majestic Cinema, which is showing the film "Pygmalion" with Leslie Howard, Post Office and old Norwich Union building. Statue of Black Prince and nymphs, Morn and Eve, visible in foreground.
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City Square (City Centre)
Black & White image1st April 1948. View looking west across City Square. On the left, the statue of Edward, The Black Prince is just visible, as are the nymphs representing 'Morn' and 'Even', by sculptor Alfred Drury R.A.. Behind is the General Post Office and Majestic Cinema.
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City Square (City Centre) (4 comments)
Black & White image27th May 1955. Elevated view of City Square, with the circular flower bed and the statue of the Black Prince prominent. Behind is the Norwich Union Building, with Mill Hill Unitarian Chapel on the right, with scaffolding in front. On the left, the General Post Office is just visible. The statue of Edward, The Black Prince, is by Sir Thomas Brock R.A.. It is about 30 feet high. The surrounding statues of eight nymphs are allegorical representations of 'Morn' and 'Even', each repeated four times. The sculptor was Alfred Drury R.A.. The statues were erected in 1903, donated by Col. T.W. Harding (Lord Mayor from 1898 to 1899).
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City Square (City Centre) (4 comments)
Black & White image18th January 1956. Elevated view of City Square looking south-east. In the foreground is a tram alongside a covered tram stop. Lorries, cars, trams and buses are on the road. In the upper right is the statue of Edward, The Black Prince.
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City Square (City Centre)
Black & White imagec1920. Statue of Joseph Priestly and Black Prince. Dr Joseph Priestly (1733-1804) was born in Birstall, attended Batley Grammar School and was minister of Mill Hill Chapel from 1763 to 1773. He discovered several gases including oxygen. Statue by Alfred Drury 1903. Edward the Black Prince in full armour was sculpted by Thomas Brock, R A (1847-1922) and erected in 1903.
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City Square (City Centre) (3 comments)
Black & White image1931. View of City Square showing part of Wellington Street and Quebec Street. The General Post Office, Majestic, war memorial and statue of Black Prince are evident. A horse and cart, cars and people appear.
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