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Location - Leeds & District

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Armley Library (Armley) (2 comments)
Black & White imageUndated, Postcard view of Armley Library.
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Armley Library, Drawing and Ground Plan (Armley) (2 comments)
Black & White image23rd March 1900 Armley Library, architect Percy Robinson's design and drawing. The library opened to the public in 1902, it was the first purpose built library in Leeds. A lending department, reading room and separate ladies room were provided. Later, the basement area was a childrens library. The building has had a total refurbishment and houses various council services, including library service under the title of a One-Stop-Shop.
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Armley Library, Interior (Armley) (11 comments)
Black & White imageUndated. Interior view of Armley library. Designed by Percy Robinson, a central dome and sky lights create light in the lending section of the library. Dating from a time when library users were as strictly ordered as the book stock, a notice states that 'ticket holders only admitted'.
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Armley Library, Interior View (Armley)
Colour imageJune 1985. Interior view of Armley Branch Library on Stocks Hill. In the foreground is a reading table where a man is sitting reading a newspaper. Behind this is a display table with a stand of records and cassettes on the right. In the background is the counter area and entrance.
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Armley Library, Interior View (Armley)
Colour imageJune 1985. Interior view of Armley Branch Library on Stocks Hill. In the foreground on the left is a displaytable with plants in the middle. On the right is a reading table where a man sits reading a newspaper. In the background are shelves of non-fiction books with a reference area in the middle.
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