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Search Aspect ( Woodbine Terrace )
Location - Leeds & District

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Oakfield Terrace, looking west (Headingley)
Black & White imageUndated. Looking west along Oakfield Terrace. Behind the stone walls and trees on the right are the long narrow gardens of this terrace of houses off Grove Lane. The houses in the background, left, are probably on Woodbine Terrace.
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Portrait of Marjory and Guy Ragland Phillips (Headingley)
Black & White imagec1911. Portrait of two children taken in the garden of their home of 11 Woodbine Terrace. The elder child is Marjory Sara Ragland Phillips (born 1905). She is nursing her baby doll in one arm and also holding her brother's hand. He is Guy Dibdin Ragland Phillips (born 1909.) They are the children of Councillor Edmund Ragland Phillips, and his wife, Elaine (nee Grimshaw). Elaine was the daughter of the Yorkshire artist John Atkinson Grimshaw. Edmund Ragland Phillips was Councillor of the Headingley ward between 1907 and 1911. Guy Ragland Phillips grew up to become a journalist and author.
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Ragland Phillips family group (Headingley)
Black & White imagec1900s. This photograph shows Mrs. Elaine Ragland Phillips on the left, and on the right her little girl, Marjory Sara Ragland Phillips (born 1905). Elaine was the wife of Councillor Edmund Ragland Phillips and the daughter of Leeds born artist, John Atkinson Grimshaw. She was one of four of Atkinson Grimshaw's children who became painters. The lady in the centre is the mother-in-law of Elaine, Mrs. Sarah Ragland Phillips (nee More). She was also an artist and married the journalist and author John Searle Ragland Phillips in Prestwich in Lancashire in 1875. The photograph may have been taken in the garden of number 1 Balmoral Terrace in Headingley which was the home of Mr. Phillips' parents at that time. Elaine and Edmund Ragland Phillips were likely to have been living at number 11 Woodbine Terrace in Headingley when this photograph was taken.
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Woodbine Terrace, Girl with perambulator (Headingley) (1 comment)
Black & White image20th March 1909. Image shows four year-old (born 1905) Marjory Phillips with her dolls' perambulator. She was the daughter of Edmund Ragland Phillips (b. 1877) and Elaine (nee Grimshaw). He married Elaine, the daughter of artist, John Atkinson Grimshaw in 1899. Edmund studied law and both he and Elaine were painters. (John Atkinson Grimshaw named all his fifteen children after characters in the poems of Tennyson.) Elaine was one of four of his children who became artists. Marjory is standing im the flagged yard of number 11 Woodbine Terrace. Between 1907 and 1911 Edmund Ragland Phillips was a Councillor for the Headingley Ward.
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Woodbine Terrace, portrait of two children (Headingley)
Black & White imagec1911. Image shows two children of Edmund Ragland Phillips and Elaine, nee Grimshaw, at their home of 11 Woodbine Terrace. The elder child is Marjory Sara (born 1905) holding her baby doll. The younger child is her brother Guy Dibdin (born 1909). Their father, Edmund Ragland Phillips(born 1877)was a councillor for the Headingley Ward between 1907 and 1911. He had studied law and also painted. Elaine, their mother, was the daughter of well-known artist John Atkinson Grimshaw and she was also a painter.
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