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Search Aspect ( Memorial Hall )
Location - Leeds & District

Hunslet Temperance Memorial Hall (Hunslet) (1 comment)
Colour image1971. View of Hunslet Temperance Memorial Hall located in Church Street, opposite Hunslet Parish Church. The datestone on the frontage reads Hunslet Temperance Memorial Hall 1923. The building replaced an earlier Temperance Hall in Belinda Street which was later to become Bromley's Coffee works.
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Hunslet Temperance Memorial Hall, Stoney Yard (Hunslet) (1 comment)
Black & White imageUndated. 1950s image shows side of the Memorial Hall built in 1923 and located opposite St. Mary's Church. On the left is an area of wasteland with a wooden hut.
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Hunslet Temperance Memorial Hall, Stoney Yard (Hunslet) (2 comments)
Black & White imageUndated. 1950s view shows the Hunslet Temperance Memorial Hall, built in 1923 located opposite St. Mary's. On the left is number 3 Stoney Yard and on the right just visible are advertising hoardings.
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Main Street, Memorial Hall (Collingham)
Black & White imageUndated. Visible on the left of the image is the Collingham Memorial Hall, the first to be built in the West Riding after the first world war, The hall opened in 1920. In the centre of the image is Main Street as it leaves Collingham and travels towards Wetherby. On the right is Fullerton House. Frith/379/C265/36
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Memorial Hall, Collingham (Collingham)
Colour image2003 Collingham Memorial Hall, which opened in 1920. This view shows the garden with sundial, around which have been placed memorial wreath and crosses.
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