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Results Found (126), Result Page (1 of 26)
Search Aspect (Cottages )
Location - Leeds & District

[1]
Albert Grove, rear of Elmwood Cottages (Little London)
Black & White image1956. View of Albert Grove by the junction with Mill Lane on the right. On the left edge D & M Clothiers factory can be seen. The brick wall with advertising posters is the rear of Elmwood Cottages, numbers 3-7. Products advertised include bread, beer, New Zealand butter and cheese, milk, 'Gleem' toothpaste and Mackintosh's toffee. Also advertised are York and Beverley Races, Hunslet Feast, the Great Yorkshire Ideal Home Exhibition on Woodhouse Moor and cinemas including the Dominion at Chapel Allerton (showing Edward G Robinson in 'Illegal') and the Royal Cinema on Meanwood Road (featuring "Genevieve", "Doctor in the House" and "The Court Jester")
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[2]
Alderhill Cottages (Meanwood)
Black & White image29th March 1950. View shows Alderhill Cottages on Stonegate Road. A crumbling wall is next to a path on the left. Hedges surround the house on the right and someone is visible in the garden.
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[3]
Alderhill Cottages (Meanwood)
Black & White image29th March 1950. View shows Alderhill Cottages on Stonegate Road. A semi-collapsed stone wall is on the right. A path leads up to the front door and then round to the back of the house past the unmaintained garden.
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[4]
Alma Cottages (Headingley) (4 comments)
Black & White image5th December 1972 View looks onto a garden situated between numbers 2 and 3 Alma Cottages. Part of number 3 is just visible on the right edge. On the left is a small castilated structure which housed a privy.
[internal reference; 2003106_71087283:WYAS Headingley (North Lane) Box 161, no. 13]
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Beck Bottom Cottages (Farsley) (4 comments)
Colour image2001. Image shows the stone built Beck Bottom Cottages owned by Cape Mills. The cottages are numbered 6, left, and 4 right. Number 2 is set further back at the rear corner of number 4. The view is in the direction of Coal Hill Lane.
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