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Brudenell Grove (Hyde Park) (13 comments)
Black & White image11th November 1954. The view looking north along Brudenell Grove. To the left of the photograph is a row of terraced shops, beginning at number 45 with 'J. Ashworth, boot repairs'. At number 47 is Edna Marfitt, drapers' and at number 49 is Fred Carr, television, radio and electrical installations'. There is a wide pavement which has puddles of rain and a wet looking surface. People walk along the pavement on each side of the road and cars are parked on the roadside. On the opposite side of the road are several rows of terraced houses, Brudenell View being in the foreground.
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Brudenell Grove (Hyde Park) (2 comments)
Black & White image11th November 1954. The view looking north along Brudenell Grove. To the left one can see number 43 Brudenell Grove, next door at number 45 is 'J. Ashworth, boot repairs'. The buildings all appear to be shops. There is a wide pavement and a number of people are walking along it. Two cars are parked on the roadside. On the opposite side of the road are several rows of terraced houses. The street in the foreground is Brudenell View.
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Leeds Industrial Cooperative Society, Brudenell Grove branch, 'The Cooperative Virtue Sculptures' (Hyde Park)
Black & White imageUndated. Image shows detail of the 'Cooperative Virtue Sculptures' built into the back wall of the Brudenell Grove branch of the Leeds Industrial Cooperative Society. The plot of land for the Brudenell Grove store was purchased in 1891. In 1892 the memorial stone was laid by the Chairman of the Leeds Industrial Cooperative Society, Lionel Thornton. He was presented with a timepiece and a writing desk and Mrs. Thornton was given a silver tea service. The following year Mr. Thornton was elected president of the society. The three plaques depict various symbols of food production including machinery on left, possibly a grinding wheel in the centre and a beehive and sheaf of wheat on the right. The beehive symbol was that of the Lancaster Cooperative Society. The back of the building is on Wrangthorn Place.
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Royal Park Road, number 22, R. Bosomworth's Grocer's shop (Hyde Park) (3 comments)
Black & White imagec1903. Early black and white image showing R. Bosomworth's Grocer's shop at number 22 Royal Park Road at the corner with Back Brudenell Grove (left). Standing at the door is the manager, George Walsh Wigglesworth. He is accompanied by three of his younger children. Mr. Wigglesworth eventually took over the ownership and ran the business until his death in 1936. An advertisement for C.P. Government Tea is displayed on the brick exterior wall. The shop is opposite the junction with King's Road.
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