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Results Found (68), Result Page (1 of 14)
Search Aspect ( Period Dress )
Location - Leeds & District

[1]
Back Burley Street, Burley Street Mills (City Centre) (1 comment)
Black & White image5th May 1926 Situated off Park Lane, rear view of mill from Back Burley Street, which is on the right. Westman and Co had occupied the mill, trading as cloth finishers. A woman is to the left, dressed in fashion of the period.
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Bell Street (Leylands) (1 comment)
Black & White image1901. View looking west to the back of Star Street. A cul-de-sac of dwellings in the Leeds Unhealthy Areas programme of 1901. At the end of the street is a horse and cart. A large number of children in period dress pose for the camera.
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Bridge Street, number 44 (Leylands)
Black & White image1901. View of shops to the east side of Bridge Street. To the left is a family grocer, Max Cohen, at number 44. Moving right, the next shop is selling clothing, then A.E.Prince sweets. The second shop in from the right has a hanging sign, M.Kelly wholesale drapers. People in period dress are posing for the camera.
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Bristol Street and Cross Stamford Street (Sheepscar)
Black & White imageJuly 1903. Junction of Bristol Street and Cross Stamford Street. Painted signs and Playbills are visible on side of house the most prominent being for Oxo and Bass Carling label. Children are gathered on the corner in period dress. 4 properties 3 with downstairs window shutters with United Methodist Free Church (Providence Chapel).
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Bus Trial, Yeadon (Yeadon)
Black & White image8th May 1906. Postcard, with scene on Yeadon High Street of motor bus trial. The vehicle is in the centre with a crowd dressed in the fashion of the period. Shop on the right of the bus is the business of Robert Howard, paper and stocking merchant, who was the father of famous Yeadon comedian Sydney Howard.
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