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Location - Leeds & District

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Studio Portrait (City Centre)
Black & White imageUndated. Studio portrait, believed to be of the daughter-in-law of Mary Ibberson, later Mary Smith, who became the landlady of the Old Hall Hotel on Wade Lane.
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Studio Portrait (City Centre)
Black & White imagec.1920s. Studio portrait, believed to be of the daughter-in-law of Mary Ibberson, later Mary Smith, who became the landlady of the Old Hall Hotel on Wade Lane. She is dressed in clothing typical of the period.
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Studio Portrait, Mary Smith (City Centre)
Black & White imageUndated. Studio portrait of Mary Smith, formerly Mary Ibberson, landlady of the Old Hall Hotel until shortly before its purchase by the Council for demolition in 1937.
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Woodhouse Moor, Two Friends (Woodhouse)
Black & White image1969. Image shows two friends photographed on Woodhouse Moor, an area that has remained popular for recreational activities since it was first purchased for public use in Victorian times. These fashion conscious girls, however, are very much of the 1960s. Hairstyles like these would have been the height of fashion in 1969. One wears her hair long, back combed for height at the crown in a style reminscent of the French actress, Brigitte Bardot. In contrast the other girl has her hair styled in a sleek 'page boy'. Behind them people are enjoying the open space of the moor.
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