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Results Found (67), Result Page (1 of 14)
Search Aspect (Royal Celebration )
Location - Leeds & District

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Royal Celebration Opening, Life Guards (City Centre)
Black & White image23rd August 1933 Life Guards who had formed an escort for King George V and Queen Mary. This is Victoria Square with the statue of Queen Victoria, which was later relocated to Woodhouse Moor.
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Royal Celebration Opening, Life Guards (City Centre)
Black & White image23rd August 1933 Life Guards are inspected prior to duty as Sovereigns escort. This was the visit to Leeds by King George V and Queen Mary to open the Civic Hall.
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Royal Celebration, Civic Hall Opening (City Centre)
Black & White image23rd August 1933 King George V and Queen Mary leaving Leeds Town Hall, they were to travel the short distance to the Civic Hall and perform the ceremony there.
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Royal Celebration, Civic Hall Opening (City Centre)
Black & White image23rd August 1933 View of the Headrow with Leeds Town Hall on the left, then Civic Buildings, now the location of the Central Library and Art Gallery. Crowds line the road watching the procession of King George V and Queen Mary on their way to the Town Hall.
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Royal Celebration, Civic Hall Opening (City Centre)
Black & White image1933, View of Leeds Town Hall from the Headrow. This was at the time of a Royal Celebration for the opening of the new Civic Hall.
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