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Search Aspect ( Slater )
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Hopeville, Interior view showing E.E.Slater (Yeadon)
Black & White imageUndated Ernest Ethelbert Slater strikes a relaxed pose in the comfort of his fine home, Hopeville. E.E.Slater (1850-1928) was the son of Philemon Slater, local historian. He was interested in photography and a member of Yeadon Photographic Society. E. E. Slater was trustee of Queen Street Chapel and manager of Manor Mills in Kirk Lane. Hopeville is still standing (off Harper Lane) but is now divided into flats.
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Hopeville, Whitmonday Walk. (Yeadon)
Black & White image6th June 1892 Members of Queen Street Methodist Chapel and Sunday School have assembled at Hopeville before taking part in a Whitmonday walk. The children are lined up at the front and the adults are at the rear,all wearing their best clothes. It was traditional for children to have new clothes at Whitsuntide. Hopeville was a large property, with land belonging to Ernest Ethelbert Slater, son of the historian Philemon Slater. E.E.Slater was a keen amateur photographer and this is one of his images. Hopeville is situated between Harper Lane and what was then South View Road. In the background is Yeadon South View School, a Board school built in 1882 at a cost of £6,000. It is at present in the process of being demolished, and a wonderful open day was held in the summer of 2004 celebrating, in photographs and memorabilia, over 120 years of the school's history. A new school is to be built on the site.
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Hopeville, Whitmonday walk. (Yeadon)
Black & White image6th June 1892 Photograph of members of Queen Street Methodist Chapel and Sunday School about to set off on a Whitmonday walk.The photographer is E.E.Slater, owner of the house in the background, Hopeville. He was the son of local woollen manufacturer and historian, Philemon Slater, and he was manager of Manor Mills in Kirk Lane. As well as being an amateur photographer he was also the trustee of Queen Street Chapel. The stone-built Hopeville has large grounds and is situated between what was then South View Road and Harper Lane. Now the house is divided into apartments and much of the land has been built on, part of the Rufford Park Estate. South View Road which runs from the High Street now ends at the junction with Harper Lane. The section that continued at the other side of Harper Lane past the school and what would have once been the gardens of Hopeville but is now housing,is now called Rufford Avenue. Rooftops of Harper Rock are in the background right.
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Portrait of Ernest Ethelbert Slater and his wife (Yeadon)
Black & White imageUndated Portrait of Ernest Ethelbert Slater(1850-1928) and his wife, Sarah. The son of historian, Philemon Slater, he was manager of Manor Mills, Kirk Lane, trustee of Queen Street Chapel and an amateur photographer. He was a member of Yeadon Photographic Society and many early images of the locality are attributed to him. His wife, in Victorian dress stands behind him holding a lace-trimmed parasol.
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Slater's Buildings (Stanningley) (1 comment)
Black & White image26th August 1963 Image shows a row of through terraced houses off Town Street. On the far right a large chimney is visible, belonging to the Temperance fabric mills.
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