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Black Prince Statue, postcard (City Centre) (2 comments)
Colour imageUndated. Colour-tinted postcard of City Square showing the statue of Edward the Black Prince in the centre. In the background are the General Post Office and Standard Life Assurance building with Park Row on the right. Infirmary Street is just seen between the two large buildings.
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Bond Passage (City Centre)
Black & White imageDecember 1904. Showing premises in Bond Passage prior to the East Parade/Infirmary Street improvements.
[internal reference; 2002319_28861636:C LIC Bond (1)]
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Bond Passage (City Centre)
Black & White imageDecember 1904. Showing Bond Passage, photographed prior to the East Parade/Infirmary Street improvements.
[internal reference; 2002319_58764285:C LIC Bond (2)]
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Bond Passage (City Centre)
Black & White image6th February 1905. Showing the rear of a building in Bond Passage prior to the Infirmary Street improvements. In the foreground is a pile of bricks and rubble and the building itself has a broken window.
[internal reference; 2002319_80445499:C LIC Bond (5)]
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Bond Street (City Centre)
Black & White imageDecember 1904. Showing the corner of Bond Street and Infirmary Street looking up Bond Street. There are two sorts of street lamps and two children in the foreground.
[internal reference; 2002319_1186770:C LIC Bond (4)]
[6]
Can You Help? (Meanwood) (9 comments)
Black & White imageUndated. This old photograph is entitled "Heale's House, Meanwood". On the 1881 census a John Brown Heeles of Meanwood Hill is listed with his wife, two daughters and son John William. Heeles and Son were land and estate agents, accountants, surveyors and values with premises at 14 Infirmary Street in Leeds. The business was established in 1844 and Heeles and Son also published the monthly Yorkshire Estates Gazette. However, we do not know the exact location of this house so would appreciate any further information.
[internal reference; 2004122_1789492:N LIE Heele]
[7]
City Centre, aerial view (City Centre)
Colour imageUndated. Aerial view of the city centre looking east from City Square at the bottom towards the River Aire at the top. Kirkgate Market can be seen on the top left with yellow, blue and red roofs of the outdoor stalls. Halfway down on the left, the tallest building is West Riding House. The railway line runs diagonally upwards from the railway station on the right. Wellington Street, Boar Lane and Duncan Street run upwards through the centre to the Corn Exchange. At the bottom, Quebec Street and Infirmary Street run down from City Square on either side of the Post Office building. Taken in the late 1990s or early 2000s.
[internal reference; 20071113_165273:LEO 2320]
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City Centre, aerial view (City Centre)
Black & White imageUndated. Aerial view of the city centre looking south-east, showing the area around The Headrow, Park Row, Infirmary Street and East Parade. The Town Hall and Municipal Buildings can be seen at the bottom of the photograph, with City Square, the Queen's Hotel and the City Station on the top right.
[internal reference; 2010125_170095:C LIB CENTRAL 95]
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City Centre, aerial view, around City Square (City Centre)
Black & White imageUndated. Aerial view lokking west of the area around City Square, with Wellington Street running vertically on the left and Infirmary Street running diagonally towards the top right. Taken after 1937, when the Queens Hotel, seen on the bottom left, was opened, but the presence of trams on the roads indicates that it was before 1959.
[internal reference; 20051011_1156252:C LIB CENTRAL 83]
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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.
[internal reference; 10185:MIL 12/20]
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City Square (City Centre)
Black & White imageUndated. View of City Square with Mill Hill Chapel visible on the right. Standard Life Assurance building can be seen on the left by the junction with Infirmary Street.
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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.
[internal reference; 200266_49210757:HO 381]
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City Square (City Centre)
Black & White image22nd December 1943. Looking north at the point where Infirmary Street (on the left) and Park Row (on the right) meet City Square. At the junction is The Standard Building which houses; Standard Life Assurance Co., British General Insurance and Barclays Bank Ltd. On the left is the General Post Office. In the foreground are lorries and a tram.
[internal reference; 7184:CLIB City 72]
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City Square (City Centre) (2 comments)
Black & White image1924. Aerial view of City Square showing the Post Office, Majestic, Park Row, Infirmary Street, City Square, Quebec Street, and Mill Hill Chapel.
[internal reference; 7983:LIB City 7 (browsing neg no 44)]
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City Square (City Centre)
Black & White image20th July 1942. View looking north-north-west from City Square at the junctions with Infirmary Street (left) and Park Row (right). The Standard Life Assurance building is central, containing British General Insurance. The road is criss-crossed with tram tracks, and a number 3 tram to Harehills Road is visible on the left. It has an advertisement for Melbourne Ales on it. Some tall streetlamps are fitted with traffic lights and also support the tram's power cables. Pedestrians are visible, some are waiting at a tram stop.
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City Square and G.P.O., postcard (City Centre) (1 comment)
Colour imagec1903. Looking across City Square to the General Post Office, from a postcard with postdate 23rd January 1903. Infirmary Street is to the right, with the edge of the Standard Life Assurance building seen on the far right. This was built in 1901 so must have been quite new at the time. The streets are bustling with people.
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City Square and Park Row, postcard (City Centre)
Black & White imageUndated. Postcard view of City Square showing in the background, from left, the General Post Office, Infirmary Street, Standard Life Assurance, Park Row and Priestley Hall. The Black Prince statue is seen in the centre of City Square. The streets are busy with pedestrians and three trams can be seen.
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City Square and Post Office, postcard (City Centre)
Black & White imagec1909. Postcard view of City Square showing the General Post Office (left) and Standard Life Assurance building (right) in the background. Infirmary Street lies between. City Square is dominated by the statue of the Black Prince in the centre.
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City Square from Bishopgate Street (City Centre)
Black & White image2nd March 1910. View across City Square toward Post Office. Infirmary Street, Standard Life Assurance and Park Row. Horse drawn vehicle to right of photo.
[internal reference; 524:CLIB City 50]
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City Square from Bishopgate Street (City Centre) (1 comment)
Black & White imageUndated, possibly 1929. View of City Square looking towards Post Office, Infirmary Street, Standard Life Assurance Building and Park Row. The Black Prince Statue is encircled by an ornamental stone wall.
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