|||H.R.H. Princess Mary, Bramham Moor Hounds, Hook Moor, Postcard view (Aberford)
Old black and white postcard view of H.R.H. Princess Mary as a young girl riding with the Bramham Moor Hounds. In 1922 she married Sir Henry George Charles Lascelles who succeeded to the title of 6th Earl of Harewood in 1929. He also became Master of the Bramham Moor Hunt. Hook Moor Lodges are just visible in the background. From 'Aberford in Times Past' by A.G. Bennett, T. Hayton & K. Hewitt published in 1983.
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|||Harehills Road, no.24 (Harehills) (2 comments)
View shows the premises of W. Featherstone, butcher, at no.24 Harehills Road, situated between the junctions with Banstead Street (left) and Lascelles Road (right).
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|||Harewood House, Harewood Estate (Harewood)
View of Harewood House and grounds. The house was built to designs by John Carr of York for Edwin Lascelles (1713-1795) Lord of the Manor of Gawthorpe and Harewood. His father had become wealthy as a result of investment in the sugar plantations of the Caribbean. Capability Brown landscaped the grounds and the park, and the interior of the house was decorated by Robert Adam between 1765 and 1761. Harewood House is the seat of the Earl of Harewood.
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|||Lascelles Terrace to Harehills Board School. (Chapeltown) (2 comments)
View from Lascelles Terrace to Harehills Board School in Roundhay Road. The school was built by the School Board and opened on 4th October 1891. School Boards were set up nationwide as a result of Forster's Education Act of 1870. Lascelles Terrace is a street of red brick terraced houses. On the left hand side they have bay windows at the ground floor level, basements and attics. Roundhay Road runs in front of the school in the background.
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|||Moynihan Loan Portrait Exhibition, Leeds City Art Gallery (City Centre)
|4th January 1927
A view of portraits loaned by Lord Moynihan to the City Art Gallery in 1927. On the left is the Lady Mayoress, Ella Lupton, beside her is Viscount Lascelles, then the Lord Mayor, Alderman Hugh Lupton, then Lord Moynihan, an avid art collector and an Eminent Consultant Surgeon at Leeds General Infirmary, finally, Councillor G. Lambert. Lord Moynihan was a noted authority on abdominal surgery. Sir Berkeley George Andrew Moynihan was knighted by King George V in 1912 and given the title of Lord Moynihan in 1929. In 1914 he acquired Carr Manor off Stonegate Road, Meanwood. He instigated the use of sterile rubber gloves in the performance of surgery in 1903 and took a team of Surgeons to the Western Front in 1914. In 1926 Lord Moynihan became president of the Royal College of Surgeons which he had been instrumental in founding in 1920. Part of the exhibition loaned by Lord Moynihan features the engraving of samuel Cousins (1801-1887) described in the catalogue as 'the last of the great English Mezzotinters'.
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