|||Bill from 'Dr. to C. H. Johnson Ltd. (City Centre)
|31st January 1917
Bill,'Dr. to C.H Johnson Ltd Manufacturing Stationers, Toy and Fancy goods merchants, Call Lane, Leeds,1917,with illustration of premises; customer Mr Pearson,22 Benson Street, Leeds
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|||Bill from Foxholes Colliery to Thwaite Mills (Methley) (3 comments)
|8th July 1870.
Bill from Fox Holes Colliery, Methley, to Thomas Horn of Thwaite Mills. Most of the materials delivered to Thwaite were delivered by sailing barges on the Aire and Calder Navigation. In this case the 'Duchess' was delivering coal.
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|||Bill, Oulton Brewery (Oulton) (2 comments)
|11th July 1869.
Bill from Bentley's Oulton Brewery, 'Ale, Porter & East India Pale Ale Brewers',to Thomas Horn of Thwaite Mills.
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|||Billet Yard (Quarry Hill) (2 comments)
View of Billet Yard, situated at the top of Cross Billet Street. Poor conditions of homes can be seen, with drain in the centre of the street and outside toilets. This was part of the Leeds Unhealthy Areas improvement scheme; an attempt to eradicate the worst housing conditions in the City.
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|||Billing Hill Farm, demolished buildings. (Rawdon)
|4th February 1981.
View of demolished buildings close to the top of the Billing. The Billing is a tree topped hill over the village of Rawdon which rises to a height of 231 metres. The view, right, looks towards Horsforth and Hunger Hills.
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