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Location - Leeds & District

[1]
Anne Clayton, Mayor of Morley 1960-61, portrait (Morley)
Black & White imagec1960-61. A portrait of Alderman Anne Clayton, the second of the three women to be chosen as Mayor of Morley. She represented Gildersome on Morley Town Council and took a prominent part in the ceremonies that were held in March and April 1961 to celebrate 75 years of Morley's Borough status. She was Mayor from May 1960 to May 1961. Photograph from the David Atkinson Archive.
[internal reference; 2006324_161078:Morley M 1106]
[2]
Clayton Street nos. 1 - 13, junction with Meynell Street (Holbeck)
Black & White imageUndated, View of Clayton Street taken from the junction with Meynell Street. Back-to-back terraced houses number from left to right, 1 to 13. The street is paved in stone setts.
[internal reference; 200363_78628177:WYAS Meynell Street, Box 74/2, no. 134]
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Clayton Street nos. 1 - 13, looking towards Meynell Street (Holbeck)
Black & White imageUndated, View of back-to-back terraced properties in Clayton Street looking in the direction of Meynell Street, in the background left. Houses number from left to right, 1 to 13, a black dog sits outsdie number 11. Toilets are housed in a yard adjacent to number 13.
[internal reference; 200363_4420107:WYAS Meynell Street, Box 74/2, no. 123]
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Clayton Street nos. 18 - 28, junction with Port Street (Holbeck) (2 comments)
Black & White imageUndated, View of the even numbered side of Clayton Street showing from the left to right, 28 to 18. A woman in a pinafore stands looking at the camera alongside a baby in a pushchair and another woman looks out of the doorway at number 22. The corner with Port Street is on the left.
[internal reference; 200362_49198550:WYAS Meynell Street, Box 74/2, no. 111]
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Clayton Street nos. 2 - 28, from the junction of Meynell Street (Holbeck) (4 comments)
Black & White imageUndated, A long view of Clayton Street showing the even numbered side, from left to right numbers 28 to 2. 'V' marks are chalked on the walls of properties which may have been related to the clearance scheme taking place.
[internal reference; 200363_3367251:WYAS Meynell Street, Box 74/2, no. 135]