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Search Aspect ( Rugby Road )
Location - Leeds & District

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Meanwood Road no. 61, Rugby Road nos. 3, 5 (Little London)
Black & White image17th April 1958 Premises on the left are 61 Meanwood Road are the British Buttonholing Company. At the corner with Rugby Road is a sign for 'Wellware Clothing Manufacturers M. Wiseman'. Moving right, the first doorway on Rugby Road is number 3. On the right edge is number 5, this is the Rugby Cabinet company Ltd. There is also a sign for an upholstery business.
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Meanwood Road, Rugby Road (Little London) (1 comment)
Black & White image17th April 1958 Rugby Road is on the left, Rugby Street can just be seen on the left edge. Next, yard with access from Rugby Road, business of Smithson and Belshaw, wholesale provision merchants in view. At the corner is 65 Meanwood Road, a drapers shop. Two houses are 65a, 67, then set back are 69 and 71. On the right side is the Kings Arms public house.
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Rugby Avenue, number 2, Barker family portrait (Little London)
Black & White imagec1905 Image shows the Barker family in front of their home at number 2 Rugby Avenue. This was a back-to-back, double fronted brick built terraced house off Rugby Road. Adolphus Parkin Barker, known as Dick, was born in c1869 and was the son of Addyman Parkin Barker. He is seen here with his wife Annie, and two small children, Edwin, left, born 1904 and Ada, right, born 1901. Adolphus was a keen amateur photographer. He worked as a Woodturner and Bobbin Maker with his father at number 13 Borough Mills Yard, Great Wilson Street. The little boy is perhaps holding a wooden bobbin. The family later moved to a house with gardens at number 11 Brick Row.
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Rugby Street nos. 2 - 6, Rugby Road nos. 3, 5 (Little London) (1 comment)
Black & White image18th July 1958 The cottage on the right edge is on Meanwood Road, the gasometer seen behind was off Barrack Street. Moving right, the building on the corner was 63 Meanwood Road, business of M. Wiseberg 'Wellwear Clothing Co'. On Rugby Road a yard can be seen between numbers 3 and 5, there is a sign pointing into the yard 'M. Wiseberg, Offices'. Three houses on Rugby Street, 6 on the left, 4 in the centre and 2 at the right end. The house on the right side is facing onto Glover Street.
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