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Aerial View of Morley Grammar School (Morley) (7 comments)
Black & White image22nd August 1968, View looking South West over buildings and fields. Fountain Street in the background, Wakefield-Bradford Railway Line on the left. Morley Grammar School which is surrounded by playing fields opened on 4th July 1909. Alderman Samuel Rhodes, the Mayor of Morley laid the foundation stone on the 5th October 1907.
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Aireborough Grammar School, class photo (Yeadon) (2 comments)
Black & White image1922. Group photograph of form IV A, at what was then called Yeadon and Guiseley Secondary School. The name later changed to Aireborough Grammar School when the 3 towns of Yeadon, Guiseley and Rawdon were amalgamated in 1937 to become Aireborough. . Most of these people have been identified, names can be supplied on request.
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Arthur Aaron statue, close up (City Centre) (2 comments)
Colour image6th June 2006. View of the top of the 5 metre high bronze statue commemorating Arthur Aaron V.C. At the age of 21 Flight Sergeant Aaron saved the lives of his crew when, fatally wounded himself, he landed the badly damaged bomber. This took place on 12th August 1943 and he died nine hours later in hospital. Arthur Aaron grew up in Leeds attending Roundhay Grammar School. He was the only serviceman from Leeds to be awarded the Victoria Cross and one of very few Jewish recipients to receive this honour. Here we see children at the top of a tree, representing the generations of children since the war who have enjoyed freedom. A little girl at the very top releases the dove of peace. The people of Leeds voted for Arthur Aaron as the subject of this Millennium statue and it was unveiled in March 2001 on the site of Eastgate Roundabout. Photograph courtesy of James W. Bell.
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Belle Vue Road, Leeds Grammar School (Woodhouse) (1 comment)
Black & White imagec1984. View of the junction of Belle Vue Road (left) and Woodsley Road (right) showing part of the premises of Leeds Grammar School. The school, which moved here in 1859, occupied a large site bordered by Moorland Road, Belle Vue Road, Woodsley Road and Clarendon Road. It moved to a new home at Alwoodley Gates in 1997 and this site was taken over by Leeds University.
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Belle Vue Road, Leeds Grammar School (Woodhouse) (1 comment)
Black & White imagec1984. View of Belle Vue Road showing part of the premises of Leeds Grammar School. The main entrance to the school is on Moorland Road, where the old school building, dating from 1859, is just visible in the distance on the right. The school moved out in 1997 and the site is now occupied by Leeds University.
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