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Harehills County Secondary School (Harehills) (2 comments)
Black & White image1961. View of Harehills County Secondary School AKA Harehills Middle School in the 1970s. The school situated between Conway Street and Conway Mount and fronting Harehills Road, opened on 14th October 1897 as Gipton Board School. Conway Street is visible on the left. Nearest the camera is the boys' section with the entrance at the right edge. The entrance to the girls' section is seen behind the three parked cars. Nowadays the building is occupied by the office, conference and events centre, 'Shine' which offers facilities, advice and support for new businesses in the local community.
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Harehills County Secondary School, (originally Gipton Board School) (Harehills)
Black & White imageUndated. View of Harehills County Secondary School which opened on 14th October 1897 as Gipton Board School. It fronted Harehills Road and was situated between Conway Street and Conway Mount. The building is now converted to a business centre known as 'Shine'.
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Harehills Road, Conway Street Junction (Harehills) (5 comments)
Black & White image31st December 1940. View of Harehills Road showing the junctions with Conway Street (right) and Back Conway Street (left). Advertising hoardings are seen at the bottom of the terrace of houses in between. The advertising space is managed by Sheldon's Ltd. and posters include Vaseline Hair Tonic, Wills Gold Flake cigarettes, Marmite, Ideal Milk and Guinness. There is also a poster for the Grand Theatre which is showing the pantomime Jack and Jill. On the left is number 91 Harehills Road, Arthur Shipley, sweets and tobacco.
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Harehills Road, Sheldons Advertising Hoarding (Harehills)
Black & White image31st December 1940. Looking south across a cement pavement and the cobbled Back Conway Street, towards the Sheldons advertising hoardings. There are posters for John West, Oxo, war propaganda and a Labour Party meeting among others. The structure itself is made of timber with ornate cornices and mouldings. The back of a row of brick terraces is evident to the left, whilst to the right of the picture a pedestrian crossing on Harehills Road can be seen. The arched facade and bell tower of Conway Street Muncipal School looms in the background.
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Harehills Road, Sheldons Advertising Hoarding (Harehills)
Black & White image31st December 1940. Looking west on Harehills Road at an advertising hoarding which was supplied by Sheldons press and poster contractors. There are advertisements for the Grand Theatre, Wills, Vaseline, Marmite and others. Looming over this timber structure with its ornate moulding and trellis is the roof top and chimney of the Conway Street end terrace and the backs of a row of through terraces can be seen to the left. To the right of this corner is Gipton Council School. its iron railing surrounding a set of steps can be discerned. The roads are cobbled and there are tram lines on Harehills Road.
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