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Search Aspect ( Ivy Avenue )
Location - Leeds & District

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Arthur and Clara Thompson outside their home in Ivy Avenue (Richmond Hill)
Black & White imagec1958. Arthur and Clara Thompson photographed in the doorway of their home at number 2 Ivy Avenue. This was an end terrace of four, located off York Road, with substantial gardens to three sides. In the background, right, are old brick buildings, possibly belonging to Broomhill Works, York Road.
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Ivy Avenue, Communal surface shelter (Richmond Hill)
Black & White image1st April 1942 View of communal surface Air raid shelter on Ivy Avenue
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Victoria Avenue, postcard (Richmond Hill)
Black & White imagec1905. Postcard view of Victoria Avenue looking towards York Road. The junction with Ivy Avenue is in the foreground. Terraced houses occupy both sides of the road and wrought iron arches are just visible at the end of the street.. The postcard has a postmark of 23rd September 1905.
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