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Search Aspect (Bewerley Street Infant School )
Location - Leeds & District

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Bewerley Street School, at the junction with Galway Street and Bewerley Street (Hunslet) (22 comments)
Black & White image4th June 1964 A view of the frontage of what was Bewerley Street School built in 1872-3. It was designed by architect George Corson and was the first purpose built school in Leeds set up by the newly elected School Board. Children have clustered at the gates to pose for the camera.
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Bewerley Street, Houghton Street (Hunslet) (1 comment)
Black & White image4th June 1964 View of the junction of Bewerley Street and Houghton Street showing school buildings on a very wet afternoon in June. Bewerley Street is off to the left and two women equipped for the rainy weather can be seen walking along Houghton Street.
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Kirkland Place, Bewerley Street Infants School (rear view) (Hunslet)
Black & White image4th June 1964 Looking at the rear, view of Bewerley Street Infants School from the junction with Houghton Street and Kirkland Place. This was the first school to be built by the old Leeds School Board and was opened to pupils on August 8th 1873.
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