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Search Aspect ( royal visit )
Location - Leeds & District

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Art Gallery, Re-opening, H.M. The Queen (City Centre)
Black & White image26th November 1982. View showing Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and other guests at the official re-opening of the City Art Gallery in November 1982, following the building of extensions including the Henry Moore Sculpture Gallery.
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Brian Bradley Barker, Mayor of Morley, awaiting Royal visit (Morley)
Black & White imageMay 1937. The Mayor and Mayoress, Alderman and Mrs Brian Bradley Barker, together with the Town Clerk Mr. E.V. Finnigan awaiting the passing of the King and Queen (King George VI and Queen Elizabeth) on a post coronation tour in May 1937. The Mayor and Mayoress were photographed in a small roped off enclosure outside Dean Hall Mills nearly opposite the Junction of Bruncliffe Lane with Corporation Street. Photograph from the David Atkinson Archive.
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City Square Arch, Royal Visit to Leeds (City Centre)
Black & White image7th July 1908. View shows a Triumphal Arch erected on Wellington Street by City Square to welcome the Royal visit of King Edward VII and Queen Alexandra. The Royal couple were in Leeds to open a new electrical engineering wing at Leeds University. During their visit they also had lunch at the Town Hall with the Lord Mayor, Wilfred L. Hepton, and the Lady Mayoress.
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Civic Hall, Royal Visit (City Centre)
Black & White image24th June 1966. The Lord Mayor of Leeds, Alderman Joshua Walsh, and his wife, the Lady Mayoress, are seen with Princess Margaret on the steps of the Civic Hall during a royal visit to Leeds. The Princess opened Agnes Stewart Church of England School in Burmantofts and visited the Hudson Road clothing factory of Montague Burton Ltd during her stay in Leeds.
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Dean Hall Mills, Mayor and Aldermen awaiting Royal visit (Morley)
Black & White imageMay 1937. The Mayor and Mayoress of Morley, Alderman Brian Bradley Barker and his wife, seen towards the centre of the photograph next to the Town Clerk, E.V. Finnigan, with Aldermen in their full robes lining up on either side, are all waiting outside Dean Hall Mills for the arrival of the new King and Queen (King George VI and Queen Elizabeth), who were passing through Morley on a post-coronation tour.
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