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Search Aspect (Iveridge Terrace )
Location - Leeds & District

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Iveridge Terrace, no. 11 (Hunslet) (15 comments)
Black & White imagec1900. View shows no. 11 Iveridge Terrace, a brick-built three-storey terraced house with a small garden enclosed by a brick wall with iron railings. The occupier of the house, Kate Gomersall nee Peniston stands by the gate with her children Clarice born 1898 and David born 1900.
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Low Road and Pepper Lane junction, showing number 154 Low Road (Hunslet) (3 comments)
Black & White image23rd September 1935.This view shows a rendered house called Rocheford at Number 154 Low Road, at the junction with Pepper Lane. In a Leeds Directory for 1932 it is listed as the premises of dentist, James Cecil. There is a stone wall enclosing the garden where there is a wash house and toilet built in brick. The gable end behind number 154 is the end of a row of terraced houses in Pepper Lane, numbers 30 to 56. In the background there is a large wooden fence or advertising hoarding and the row of brick terraced houses seen are in Iveridge Terrace.
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Pepper Lane and Low Road junction showing number 154 Low Road (Hunslet)
Black & White image23rd September 1935.The rendered house called Rochford behind the stone wall, at number 154 Low Road, is located at the junction with Low Road to the left and Pepper Lane, foreground. It has a sunken garden, in which a brick-built, slate-roofed wash-house can be seen. In a Leeds directory for the year 1932 this property is listed as the premises of dentist, James Cecil. Beyond the garden there is a large wooden structure, probably an advertising hoarding, and in the background there is a brick-built row of terraced houses, Iveridge Terrace.
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