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Results Found (18), Result Page (1 of 4)
Search Aspect ( postcard )
Location - Leeds & District

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Burley Post Office, 286 Burley Road (Burley)
Black & White imageUndated. An early black and white postcard showing Burley Post Office situated at number 286 Burley Road. It is listed in a directory for 1906 as the Town Sub-Post & Money Order Office and savings Bank run by Miss Emily Whitaker, grocer. Mr. James Hobson Whitaker, grocer, beer retailer and newsagent had premises next door at number 284. Possibly some of the Whitaker family are in view standing in the doorway. The shop window is packed with jars of sweets and greeting cards. There is an advertisement for Cadbury's Cocoa and a wall mounted letter box. There are railings in front of the Post Office and a cellar below. The entrance is approached by two steps from pavement level.
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Colton Road, Postcard (Whitkirk) (2 comments)
Black & White imageUndated Postcard view of Colton Road showing late nineteenth century, now Grade II listed, stables and coach house on the west side. They belonged to the Manor House. A horse and cart can be seen in Colton Road with two men. The gates of the Manor House are visible on the right. Published by Parkinson and Roy Studios, Kelsall Street, Leeds.
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Coupland Road postcard (Garforth)
Black & White imageEarly 1900s. A copy of a postcard produced in the early 1900s of Coupland Road.
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Dawson Hill, Postcard (Morley)
Black & White imageUndated. Old black and white postcard view of Dawson Hill dating from the late nineteenth to early twentieth century. Dawson Hill is located between Queen Street and Brunswick Street. A woman, wearing a long, dark skirt and white apron, smiles at the camera from the door of the single storey stone dwelling. Opposite, a young girl, in a hat and coat with a large collar, also poses for the photographer who is R. Simpson. Photograph from the David Atkinson Archive.
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Guiseley Postcard (Guiseley)
Black & White imageUndated. 3 views of Guiseley. On the left is St. Oswalds, the parish church, top right is the garden of rest on Towngate with the Saxon Cross and village stocks. Bottom right is the old Rectory. This is now apartments, a new rectory replacing it.
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