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Search Aspect ( Arnold )
Location - Leeds & District

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Art Gallery, Arnold and Marjorie Ziff Gallery, refurbishment (City Centre)
Colour image19th April 2007. View showing the Arnold and Marjorie Ziff Gallery in Leeds City Art Gallery, taken during £1.5 million refurbishment of the building in early 2007. This room, named after local philanthropist Arnold Ziff (1927-2004) who along with his wife, Marjorie, was a major benefactor of the arts in Leeds, has been stripped bare for redecoration.
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Art Gallery, interior view (City Centre)
Colour imageUndated Interior view of Leeds City Art Gallery, showing the Arnold and Marjorie Ziff Gallery.
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Brunswick Terrace/ Wade Passage showing excavation site (City Centre) (2 comments)
Black & White imagecirca 1965. This view shows site excavations for the new building as part of the Merrion Centre development scheme by Town Centre Securities Ltd., a successful Leeds based property company led by Arnold Ziff. Brunswick Terrace is in the background and at number 32, left of centre, is R.S. Whitworth, a manufacturer of uniforms. Properties in Brunswick Terrace were demolished to make way for Leeds Polytechnic, now the Leeds Met University. The excavation is the site of the Podium Building housing Wetherspoon Free House and the Grosvenor Casino in Merrion Way, and Tower House is off camera to the right. In the 1970s the building on this site was the venue for the night club 'Cinderella, Rockafella's'. Wade Passage leads off into the top left-hand corner.
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Gelderd Road, looking towards ring road (Beeston) (4 comments)
Black & White image28th December 1979 Image shows Gelderd Road looking in the direction of the ring road at Beeston. Far left is Wallace Arnold Tours Coach Depot terminal point. Then Pickfords Heavy Haulage Ltd., dealing with removals, both domestic and commercial and offering a storage service.
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Harrogate Road (Chapel Allerton) (4 comments)
Black & White image5th May 1930. Two new houses are being built on the left with the one on the right almost completed. To the right is the driveway up to Arnold G Wilson's garage with 'Midget Sports Cars' for sale in the window for £185.
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