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Location - Leeds & District

[1]
Acton Street at the junction with Kiln Street, numbers 1 & 3 (Beeston) (2 comments)
Black & White image15th July 1964, View of corner terraced houses. The shop is licensed to sell groceries. It is on Kiln Street at number 20. The living accommodation is part of the premises and occupies number 1 Acton Street. Number 3 is on the right. Far right is the junction with Brixton Place.
[internal reference; 2003317_48861331:WYAS Algeria Street. Box 4/2. No 139(2nd copy Local Studies D LIC Acton 1) ]
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Acton Street, nos. 2 - 8 (Beeston) (6 comments)
Black & White image16th July 1964, View of Acton Street from the junction with Kiln Street, showing house numbers 2 to 8 beginning with 8 on the left and moving to the right in descending order. The end door and window on the right are those of a block of several outside toilet facilities for the use of the street. A small boy rides his scooter. An area designated for clearance in line with the Housing Act of 1957.
[internal reference; 2003317_30277651:WYAS Algeria Street. Box 4/2. No 177(2nd copy Local Studies D LIC Acton 3) ]
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Albion Street nos. 119 - 125 (City Centre) (1 comment)
Black & White image14th August 1939. Albion Street, looking south to Boar Lane across the Headrow. Number 125, St Ann's Buildings housed Hillman Brothers wireless factors, Leeds Premier Supply Co. clothing club, Miss Lizzie Crosby artist, Loyal Order of Ancient Sheperds Friendly Society. At the top of the building, sign 'Hearts of Oak' Assurance Co. Ltd. number 123 S.N. Kilner jeweller has shop blind down to protect window. Next, junction with Coronation Place. Number 119 Miller Page Furnishing. There is a hanging sign on shop front and banners in the window inform that it is a 'Walk Round Store' Junction with Upper Fountaine Street. Corner of 44 to 68 Headrow building used as Tax offices, Electricty Offices. Directly across the Headrow (with clock) number 105 Albion Street is the Leeds and Holbeck Building Society.
[internal reference; 200244_24993533:C LIC Albion (8)]
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Albion Street nos. 119-127 (City Centre) (2 comments)
Black & White image14th August 1939. Left side, corner of Standard Cars showroom, number 120/122 Albion Street. On right number 127 Charles Whitelock, tailor Number 125, St Ann's Buildings housed Hillman Brothers wireless factors, Leeds Premier Supply Co. Clothing club, Miss Lizzie Crosby artist, Loyal Order of Ancient Sheperds Friendly Society. At the top of the building, sign 'Hearts of Oak' Assurance Co. Ltd. Number 123 S.N. Kilner jeweller has shop blind down to protect window. Next, junction with Coronation Place. 119 Miller Page Furnishing. This view is looking towards Boar Lane, across the Headrow. There are cars in the road, a loaded horse and cart outside Miller Page.
[internal reference; 200244_74285525:C LIC Albion (7)]
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Algeria Street at the junction with Kiln Street (Beeston)
Black & White image16th July 1964, Long view of Algeria Street taken from the junction with Kiln Street. Houses are numbered in an odds sequence starting with 17 on the left. Houses are back-to-back with houses on Broadway Street. Windows on the gable end have bricked up.
[internal reference; 2003317_16860598:WYAS Algeria Street. Box 4/2. No 168 (2nd copy Local Studies D LIC Algeria 5)]