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Search Aspect (Hillary Place )
Location - Leeds & District

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Hillary Place (Woodhouse)
Black & White image25th March 1966, Part of number 1 Hillary Place is visible to the left of this view, premises of Laverty and Sons Ltd, church furnishers. Moving right a garage, then the roof and side wall of number 12 Lodge Street. To the right is an area of waste ground where number 2 Hillary Place had stood, this was demolished as part of the slum clearance programme.
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Hillary Place no 1 (Woodhouse)
Black & White image25th March 1966, View shows number 1 Hillary Place, the junction with Woodhouse Lane is just out of sight on the left. The building was the premises of Laverty and Sons Ltd, church furnishers, offering metalwork, plates and candles as well as objects of devotion.
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Hillary Place, Greenhouse (Woodhouse)
Black & White imageUndated, Photograph taken by W. Carrach in the 1890s. View of greenhouse or conservatory, part of a property on Hillary Place. The area is now part of Leeds University Campus.
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Hillary Place, Hillary Chambers (Woodhouse) (1 comment)
Black & White image25th March 1966, Hillary Place was developed by and named after John Hillary Hebblethwaite around 1840. In this view, the demolished remains of number 3 Hillary Place stand to the left with Hillary Chambers at number 4 to the right. Several businesses were based in this building including Clarkson Brothers Ltd, merchants and Broadbent Thompson and Wilson Chartered Architects and Surveyors.
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Hillary Place, no.1 (Woodhouse)
Black & White image21st November 1984. View shows no.1 Hillary Place, situated just off Woodhouse Lane, premises occupied by the University of Leeds. Around the back the building is numbered as 12 Lodge Street. Buildings adjoining it on the left are addressed as Woodhouse Lane, following on in descending order from no.173 nearest the camera.
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