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Allders Department Store, interior view, staff kitchen (City Centre)
Colour imageMay 2005. View of the staff kitchen at Allders Department Store on The Headrow, taken around the time of the store's closure in 2005.
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Central Library, Staff Retirement (City Centre)
Black & White image1977 Photograph to mark the retirement of Miss Mary Pedley, seen in the centre. Her brother Alan Pedley was a long serving member of Leeds City Council. This was taken in the Acquisitions department, where incoming new book stocks were processed. On the left is Marion Hartley, next Geoff Barrett, who was department manager. To the right of Miss Pedley is Barbara Hopper, then Maureen Hunter, then Josie Gooch.
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Glasshouse Street, looking south-west (Hunslet)
Colour imageUndated. View of Glasshouse Street looking south west across a link road between the M1 and A621 towards the flats of Heywood Lawn and Stafford Chase, since demolished. Factory premises are seen on the right. Photograph courtesy of Stephen Howden.
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Hunslet Nelson Football Ground, American Football training (Hunslet)
Colour image5th July 1988. View shows an American Football team training on the Hunslet Nelson football pitch off Low Road. In the background on the left is the chimney of Armistead and Grimshaw Ltd., nail makers, on Stafford Street, followed by the office block South Point on South Accommodation Road. On the right are old mills on Goodman Street.
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Hunslet Road, from Epworth Place (Hunslet)
Black & White imageUndated. View looking from Epworth Place, off Joseph Street, towards Hunslet Road. An area of wasteground where buildings have been demolished lies in between. On Hunslet Road, from right, are Stephenson's wallpaper shop, the junction with Stafford Street, the former Midland Bank and a row of shops including Jim's Carpet Store and Jim's Divan Store.
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