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Search Aspect (John Atkinson Grimshaw )
Location - Leeds & District

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Elaine Ragland Phillips photographed with family (Unknown)
Black & White imagec1900s. Image shows Elaine Ragland Phillips on the extreme left of what is thought to be a family photograph. She was the wife of Leeds Councillor, Edmund Ragland Phillips, and the daughter of Leeds born artist, John Atkinson Grimshaw. The location is unknown as are the other people pictured. Any further information would be welcomed.
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Family photograph (Unknown) (4 comments)
Black & White imageUndated. Image shows a family group in Victorian clothing posing for the camera in a garden. They may be members of the Ragland Phillips family who lived at number 1 Balmoral Terrace, Headingley. Other photographs found with this one show Councillor Edmund Ragland Phillips, his wife, Elaine and children. Elaine Ragland Phillips was the daughter of Leeds-born Artist John Atkinson Grimshaw. Any further information would be welcomed.
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Portrait of Marjory and Guy Ragland Phillips (Headingley)
Black & White imagec1911. Portrait of two children taken in the garden of their home of 11 Woodbine Terrace. The elder child is Marjory Sara Ragland Phillips (born 1905). She is nursing her baby doll in one arm and also holding her brother's hand. He is Guy Dibdin Ragland Phillips (born 1909.) They are the children of Councillor Edmund Ragland Phillips, and his wife, Elaine (nee Grimshaw). Elaine was the daughter of the Yorkshire artist John Atkinson Grimshaw. Edmund Ragland Phillips was Councillor of the Headingley ward between 1907 and 1911. Guy Ragland Phillips grew up to become a journalist and author.
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Ragland Phillips family group (Headingley)
Black & White imagec1900s. This photograph shows Mrs. Elaine Ragland Phillips on the left, and on the right her little girl, Marjory Sara Ragland Phillips (born 1905). Elaine was the wife of Councillor Edmund Ragland Phillips and the daughter of Leeds born artist, John Atkinson Grimshaw. She was one of four of Atkinson Grimshaw's children who became painters. The lady in the centre is the mother-in-law of Elaine, Mrs. Sarah Ragland Phillips (nee More). She was also an artist and married the journalist and author John Searle Ragland Phillips in Prestwich in Lancashire in 1875. The photograph may have been taken in the garden of number 1 Balmoral Terrace in Headingley which was the home of Mr. Phillips' parents at that time. Elaine and Edmund Ragland Phillips were likely to have been living at number 11 Woodbine Terrace in Headingley when this photograph was taken.
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Souvenir portrait of Edmund Ragland Phillips (Unknown)
Black & White imageJune 1911. Souvenir portrait of Edmund Ragland Phillips, to mark his membership of Leeds City Council between December 1907 and November 1911. The bronze coin on the left reads around the circumference 'presented by Wm Middlebrook, M.P., Lord Mayor of Leeds to Councillor E.R. Phillips, June 1911. The reverse of the coin is shown on the right. It commemorates the coronation of King George V and Queen Mary in 1911. On the left at the top the medallion with the Leeds owls reads 'County Borough of Leeds Stage Play Licences Sub Committee.' Edmund Ragland Phillips lived with his family at 11 Woodbine Terrace in Headingley. He was the husband of artist, Elaine nee Grimshaw, a daughter of John Atkinson Grimshaw.
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