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Search Aspect (St. James''s Hospital )
Location - Leeds & District

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Beckett Street Board School (Burmantofts) (28 comments)
Black & White imageUndated. View of Beckett Street School built in 1885. The infants were taught on the ground floor and the Senior Girls occupied the floor above. On the left there is a glimpse of the Cookery and Handwork annexe built at the later date of 1904. The school eventually became known as Lincoln Green Primary School but the building was demolished and the site is now a car park for St. James's Hospital.
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Beckett Street Board School (Burmantofts) (2 comments)
Black & White imageUndated. View of Beckett Street Board School.The photographer is standing in the playground which, at this side, fronts Beckett Terrace. It shows the entrances for the Senior and Junior Girls. The school dates from 1885 and in a Leeds Directory for 1906 there were 191 boys, 215 girls, 316 infants and 242 juniors (mixed) attending the school. In later years it became Lincoln Green Primary School but is now demolished and the site is a car park for St. James's Hospital.
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Beckett Street Board School (Burmantofts) (1 comment)
Black & White imageUndated. Image shows Beckett Street Board School from Beckett Terrace, built in 1885. Junior (Mixed) Pupils were located on the ground floor and Senior Boys on the floor above. Part of St. James's Hospital can be seen on the right. The school was later to become Lincoln Green Primary School but the site is now a car park for the hospital.
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Beckett Street, Thackray Medical Museum (Burmantofts) (2 comments)
Colour imageUndated. View of the Thackray Medical Museum on Beckett Street. Built in 1858-61 as Leeds Union Workhouse, it later became the Ashley Wing of St. James's Hospital. The museum opened on March 25th 1997, built around the collection of Paul Thackray, from the firm of surgical instrument makers started by Charles F. Thackray.
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Nurses Home, L.U. Infirmary, Beckett Street (Burmantofts)
Black & White imagec1908. Postcard showing the nurses home of the Leeds Union Infirmary on Beckett Street. The Infirmary was built in 1874 alongside the Leeds Union Workhouse. In 1915 both workhouse and infirmary were taken over as the East Leeds War Hospital; in 1925 it became known as St. James's Hospital. The postcard has a postdate of 19th February 1908.
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