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Abbey House Museum, Dearlove Family (Kirkstall) (4 comments)
Black & White image1958 This image shows members of the Dearlove family outside a reconstruction of a 19th century violin makers in Harewood Square, Abbey House Museum. The shop has been named for Mark Dearlove who originally ran an 18th Century violin makers on Boar Lane. Many of the instruments on display were made by him and donated by the Dearlove family. Mark was renowned for his craftsmanship, musical knowledge and acute sense of sound, all skills vital in the creation of violins. The majority of his descendants have continued this tradition by becoming involved with music or the stage and have been known to reunite at the museum for music recitals like the one pictured here in 1958. Back row (left to right) Jack, Kenneth, Derek, Thomas, Doris (Mrs Garside), Jacqueline (Mrs Williams). Back row (left to right) Arthur, George, Mark and Charles all brothers.
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Abbey House Museum, Dearlove Family (Kirkstall)
Black & White image1958 This image shows members of the Dearlove family inside a reconstruction of a 19th century violin maker's at the Abbey House Museum. The shop has been named for Mark Dearlove who originally ran an 18th century violin maker's on Briggate. Many of the instruments on display were made by him and donated by the Dearlove family. Mark was renowned for his craftsmanship, musical knowledge and acute sense of sound, all skills vital in the creation of violins. The majority of his descendants have continued this tradition by becoming involved with music or the stage and have been known to reunite at the museum for music recitals like the one pictured here in 1958.
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Abbey House Museum, Harewood Square (Kirkstall)
Black & White imageUndated, Image shows a reconstruction of a nineteenth century violin maker's located on Harewood Square, a replica of a Victorian street in the Abbey House Museum. The name above the shop reads Mark Dearlove. Dearlove originally ran an 18th century violin maker's on Briggate where he built and sold violins, cellos and other musical instruments. Many of the instruments on display were made by him and donated by the Dearlove family. Mark Dearlove was known for his craftsmanship, musical knownledge and acute sense of sound, all skills vital in the creation of violins. The majority of his descendants have continued this tradition by becoming involved with music or the stage, and some have been known to reunite at the museum for music recitals.
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Albert Terrace, Lyceum Picture House (Burley) (11 comments)
Black & White imageUndated. View of the house, nearest the camera, on Albert Terrace, where the Tempest Family lived when they first came to Armley Mills. Steward Tempest had begun as a child labourer at Armley Mills and the company he founded, Bentley and Tempest, took over the mill in 1907. The Lyceum Picture House at the junction with Thornville Road and Cardigan Road can be seen to the right.
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Camp Road, Interior view showing a family mealtime. (Little London) (11 comments)
Black & White image1955. Image shows a mother and her children seated at the table in the living room of their terraced home in Camp Road. The table cloth is protected by sheets of newspaper and there are the remains of a meal of boiled eggs, bread, jam and fruitcake. Tea has been brewed in a teapot and pint bottles of milk stand on the table. In the background, right, a large bowl occupies a stand and washing is draped over a line across the room. Photograph courtesy of Terry Cryer.
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