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Search Aspect (Harewood House )
Location - Leeds & District

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Civic Hall, on the visit of Queen Elizabeth II in her Golden Jubilee. (City Centre)
Colour image11th July 2002. View of Civic Hall, take in Millennium Square on the occasion of the royal visit to Leeds of Queen Elizabeth II in her Golden Jubilee year. This was part of the programme of visits throughout the United Kingdom between May and August. A jubilee celebration was held at Harewood House.
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Harewood House (Harewood)
Black & White imageUndated, A view, possibly early 1900s of the rear of Harewood House showing the terraces and gardens. The son of Henry Lascelles, former tax collector in the Barbados, London Merchant Banker and MP for North Allerton, built Harewood House. The architects were John Carr and Robert Adam and the grounds landscaped by Capability Brown, including the creation of a large lake. The stone for the house was quarried locally.
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Harewood House (Harewood)
Black & White imageC1950s. View of Harewood House and ornamental gardens. The image is thought to have been taken in the 1950s.
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Harewood House (Harewood)
Black & White imageUndated. Image shows the rear of Harewood House built by Edwin Lascelles, the first Lord Harewood, between 1759 & 1771. The architects were John Carr and Robert Adam who based the house on a Palladian design. A third storey was added in the 19th Century by architect Sir Charles Barry. In 1929 a restoration project began on the house. The terrace and garden in the foreground were added in 1841 also designed by Sir Charles Barry. The design of box scrolls and seasonal bedding creates a transition between house and park. This image is C.1886. Frith/379/H192/7365
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Harewood House (Harewood)
Black & White imageMay, 1959. Aerial view of Harewood House taken in the May of 1959.
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