|||Elland Road, no. 32, Elland Road Fisheries (Holbeck)
View shows Elland Road Fisheries at no. 32 Elland Road. Standing in the doorway are proprietors Ernest and Emma Webster. No date is given for the photograph but Ernest Webster is listed as a fried fish dealer at 32 Elland Road in trade directories of the 1930s and 1940s. Emma Webster, nee Gee, was the daughter of Mary Gee who ran Gee & Whitwam's fish and chip shop with her sister Elizabeth Whitwam (see image ID 201729_175925).
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|||Fish and chip shop, Chapeltown Road, Harehills Avenue (Chapeltown) (14 comments)
|7th October 1940.
View of Cantors Fish & Chip Shop on the corner of Chapeltown Road and Harehills Avenue.
House next door appears to be selling cigarettes and chocolate from an open window.
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|||Harper Street, Dennis's Fish and Chip shop (City Centre) (1 comment)
|22nd September 1999.
View of Dennis's Fish and Chip Shop looking from Kirkgate towards New York street.
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|||Lower Wortley Road (Wortley) (7 comments)
|30th May 1933. View looking across Lower Wortley Road towards A, Milners Ritz fisheries. Behind the shop are several large, mature trees. In the background is a row of brick built houses.
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|||Main Street, fish and chip shop (East Ardsley)
View of Main Street seen from the junction with Chapel Street showing a small detached building occupied by a fish and chip shop in the centre. To the right the road becomes Thorpe Road where the edge of the single storey brick building of the East Ardsley Working Mens' Club can be seen.
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