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Aerial View, Temple Newsam House (Temple Newsam) (1 comment)
Black & White image1928 Temple Newsam House is visible in the centre of this view with ornamental gardens containing a fountain seen in the centre of the bottom edge. This garden is overlooked by the South Wing. A marquee is visible on the left edge with Home Farm in view in the top right corner.
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Aerial View, Temple Newsam House (Temple Newsam)
Black & White image15th July 1951 Aerial View of Temple Newsam House. In the top left corner, Home Farm can be seen which is now a rare breeds working farm. The house itself is visible in the centre surrounded by ornamental gardens and a fountain seen towards the right. Behind the house, a stage has been set up along with several marquees. At the time of this view, the Festival of Britain was taking place.
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Aerial View, Temple Newsam House (Temple Newsam) (3 comments)
Black & White image1928 View looks from the west onto Temple Newsam House and grounds. The West Wing is in the centre with the North Wing to the left and the South Wing to the right. A marquee has been set up within the grounds.
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Kirkstall Lane (Kirkstall)
Black & White image1959 View looks down Kirkstall Lane from the junction with Victoria Road seen on the right edge. Numbers run from the left in ascending order to numbers 47 and 49 on the right. Number 45 has a sign showing that it is the premises of A. Needham and Sons, coal and carting agents. On the gable end of number 49 are three large billboards with three smaller posters below, which advertise a half yearly meeting of the Church Institute, performances by The de Peyer Trio and Norma Proctor at Temple Newsam House and the film 'Say One For Me' at the Tower Cinema.
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Lady William Gordon, Temple Newsam (Temple Newsam) (2 comments)
Black & White imageUndated. This portrait of the Hon. Frances Ingram-Shepheard (1761-1841) was painted by Sir Joshua Reynolds RA FRS FRSA in 1780 when she was 19 years old. She was the 2nd daughter of Charles, 9th Viscount Irwin and Frances Shepheard but became known as Lady William Gordon upon her marriage to Lord William Gordon on 1st March 1781. He was the son of Cosmo George Gordon, 3rd Duke of Gordon, and Lady Catherine Gordon. Lady William Gordon inherited Temple Newsam house and park from her sister Lady Hertford in 1834. Having married unsuitably in her youth, the death of her only daughter, Frances in 1831 caused her to live quietly and become involved in charitable work in the neighbourhood. The estate passed to her nephew, Hugo Charles Meynell Ingram,upon her death.
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