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Search Aspect (LEEDS INSANITARY AREAS )
Location - Leeds & District

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Leeds Insanitary Areas (Unknown)
Black & White image1899. Image taken by Alfred E Mattison during the 1899 official enquiry into Leeds Insanitary areas. The man in a bowler hat at the top of the stairs on the left appears to be making an inspection of the street. In the centre of the street cobbles slope downwards towards a gutter and a single drain while overhead clothes hang out on lines stretched across the street. Window shutters are steaked against the buildings on the left while behind, chairs are set out by entryways. People in period dress are stood by the buildings.
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Leeds Insanitary Areas (Unknown)
Black & White image1899. Image taken by Alfred E Mattison during the 1899 official enquiry into Leeds Insanitary areas. Two men and a young boy in period dress stand in a yard outside what appears to be a shared outside toilet block overlooked by factory and warehouse buildings. Photograph taken as part of an official enquiry into insanitary areas in Leeds. The men in bowler hats appear to be carrying out an inspection.
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Leeds Insanitary Areas (Unknown)
Black & White image1899 Image taken by Alfred E Mattison during the 1899 official enquiry into Leeds Insanitary Areas. The men in bowler hats on the stairs are inspectors. The image shows a yard full of debris where people work in cramped conditions. On the left a woman wearing an apron kneels in the dirt to work.
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Leeds Insanitary Areas (Unknown) (3 comments)
Black & White image1899 Taken by Alfred E Mattison during 1899 official enquiry into Leeds Insanitary Areas. The man in the bowler hat is an inspector. Image shows an alleyway with buildings on either side. People are stood in the doorways of the buildings while on the left children are lined up against the wall, all in period dress.
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Leeds Insanitary Areas (Unknown)
Black & White image1899. Image taken by Alfred E Mattison during the 1899 official enquiry into Leeds Insanitary Areas. The man in bowler hats an period dress are making and inspection of the yard. Two doors lead off the yard, large windows display shutters and lines for clothes are stretched across the yard.
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