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Location - Leeds & District

[1]Headingley and Adel, multi-image postcard (Headingley)
Headingley and Adel, multi-image postcardc1921. Colour-tinted postcard with a postmark 24th June 1921 showing views of various areas of Leeds. A central picture of the Shire Oak tree at Headingley is surrounded by views of Headingley Lane, Woodhouse Ridge, the Seven Arches at Adel and Leeds Training College at Beckett Park (then the 2nd Northern General Hospital). Smaller circular photos of Adel Church, Kirkstall Abbey, the Ethel Preston Memorial at Lawnswood Cemetery and Adel Crag are also featured.
[2]Ireland Wood Estate, plan (Lawnswood)
Ireland Wood Estate, plan15th July 1950. A 1/2500th scale plan of the Ireland Wood Estate. Otley Old Road runs diagonally through the estate. Lawnswood Cemetery is on the far right. Ireland Wood and Clayton Wood are on the left.
[3]Lawnswood Cemetery, headstone (Lawnswood)
Lawnswood Cemetery, headstone13th July 1911. Stone cross and headstone marking the grave of Dorothy Irene Greenwood, aged 5. Another grave can be seen in the background.
[4]Lawnswood Cemetery, headstone (Lawnswood)
Lawnswood Cemetery, headstone13th July 1911. Graves and headstones in Lawnswood Cemetery. The one to the right of the photo is inscribed 'In loving memory of Henry Banks'. In front is the grave of Dorothy Irene Greenwood. A clearer image of this can been seen on photo CLIB Lawns 1.
[5]Lawnswood Cemetery, Memorial (Lawnswood) (2 comments)
Lawnswood Cemetery, Memorial1994. Image shows part of a memorial in Lawnswood Cemetery, off the West side of Otley Road. In the background an angel holds a torch aloft in a kneeling position. The statue in the foreground is holding a jar. The chapels at Lawnswood Cemetery were designed by George Corson between 1870 and 1876 and the Crematorium was a later addition of 1905. Lawnswood Cemetery opened in 1875.
[6]Lawnswood Cemetery, Memorial to Sam Wilson 1851 - 1918 (Lawnswood) (2 comments)
Lawnswood Cemetery, Memorial to Sam Wilson 1851 - 19181994. Image shows the memorial to Sam Wilson, born 16th January 1851, and died 13th December 1918. It stands in Lawnswood Cemetery off the West Side of Otley Road, and is the work of E. Caldwell Spruce. A bronze angel holds a torch aloft mounted on the top of of the black marble plinth. On the left is the shrouded figure of 'Faith' holding a book and crucifix. To the right is 'Benevolence', a kneeling female figure bearing a cross and cup. Above the inscription in the centre is a plaque with symbols of death and mourning in relief. Samuel Wilson J.P. of Rutland Lodge, Potternewton was chairman of Joshua Wilson & Sons, worsted coating manufacturers of Bean Ing Mills, Wellington Street. He was involved with the City Art Gallery during his life-time. He bequeathed all his paintings, porcelain, bronzes and furniture to the City of Leeds on the death of his wife, Ann. Sam Wilson also willed £100 to the Headingley-cum-Burley Burial Board for the upkeep of this Grade II monument. Image courtesy of Paul Baker.
[7]Lawnswood Cemetery, postcard (Lawnswood)
Lawnswood Cemetery, postcardUndated. Postcard view of Lawnswood Cemetery showing a path running through the middle with graves on either side. A chapel is seen in the background.
[8]Otley Road, opposite Lawnswood Cemetery (Lawnswood)
Otley Road, opposite Lawnswood  Cemetery2nd October 1931. Lawnswood Memorial Works, opposite Lawnswood Cemetery on Otley Road. Tall trees in background.
[9]Otley Road, opposite Lawnswood Cemetery (Lawnswood)
Otley Road, opposite Lawnswood Cemetery2nd October 1931. Otley Road, showing land opposite Lawnswood Cemetery, with stone mason's yard full of headstones (Lawnswood Memorial Works). Tall trees in background.
[10]Preston Memorial, Lawnswood Cemetery, postcard (Lawnswood) (5 comments)
Preston Memorial, Lawnswood Cemetery, postcardUndated. Postcard showing the grave and memorial to Ethel Preston situated in Lawnswood Cemetery. This grade II listed structure, dating from 1911, is of Italian marble and features a life-size statue standing under a classical porch, in front of partially open black marble doors, holding a bunch of flowers. Ethel Preston, who died on 24th March 1911 aged 50 years, was the wife of Walter Preston of The Grange, Beeston. The memorial is reputed to be a replica of the entrance to The Grange which has since been demolished.
[11]Tramcar, Lawnswood Terminus (Lawnswood)
Tramcar, Lawnswood TerminusUndated. Image shows tramcar number 82 at the Lawnswood terminus, probably around the time of the First World War. Two tram staff, one a female conductress, are posing for the photo along with a soldier who appears to have been wounded. Two more soldiers are on the top deck of the tramcar, which has a destination of Street Lane, Roundhay. The Lawnswood tram terminus was situated just south of Lawnswood Cemetery. Trees can be seen in the background.