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"Butch & Mates" in front of properties in Servia Hill (Woodhouse) (1 comment)
1970. Image, entitled "Butch and Mates", shows a group of children of varying ages pictured as they play out on an area of cleared land in front of rows of terraced houses located in Servia Hill. They have lit a small "camp fire" which is blazing away behind them.
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Aberford Road, co-operative store (Woodlesford) (5 comments)
Undated. View of Aberford Road taken circa 1900. Show co-operative store and rows of terraced houses. A man, woman and children all in period costume pose on corner.
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Accommodation Road and Great Garden Street - looking SW (Burmantofts) (2 comments)
Undated. Corner of Great Garden Street and Accommodation Road, showing corner shop with wall advertising for Mansion Polish; children playing in street and group of men on doorstep. Property shown belongs to one Clara Sutcliffe.
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Ackroyd Street, Morley Friends' Adult School (Morley)
c1902. Morley Friends' Adult School and children from around Charles Street at about the time of the coronation of King Edward VII in 1902. The memorial stone is just below the level of the iron railings at the right hand side. The members of the Adult School also collected rent from two wooden lock-up shops that can be seen on the left of the picture. That next to the Adult School was a barber's shop and it lasted much longer than the building next door. Photograph from the David Atkinson Archive.
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Acorn Street and Great Garden Street. (Burmantofts)
Undated. Corner of Acorn Street and Great Garden Street, showing terraced houses (back-to-back), children in street, and corner shop with striped barbers pole and poster for Lyons Tea. Property belongs to J.Oddy.
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