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Location - Leeds & District

Albion Street (City Centre) (4 comments)
Black & White image9th February 1930. On right, part of the Leeds Industrial Co-operative Society building. The company HQ was on Albion Street they had two blocks of property one on each side of the road. Numbers 6 to 24 and 19 to 25, covering all retail departments. Posters in the window advise 'Join the Co-operative Society - Save as you spend'. Progressing up the street, many businesses have hanging signs, number 30 Constance Raw, Harry Pateman Chiropodist, Charles Fox pianos number 30 was referred to as Equitable Chambers.
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Churwell Industrial Cooperative Store, postcard marking the opening of the new premises (Churwell)
Black & White image25th November 1922. Postcard produced to mark the opening of the new premises of Churwell Industrial Cooperative Society Stores in Elland Road on 25th November 1922. It was built to replace the earlier store which was completely destroyed by fire on 22nd March 1921. The extensive windows display all kinds of 'Grocery, Provisions and Confectionery' including a 3 tier wedding cake. There is also a 'Butchering Department.' Photograph by T.A. Stephenson, part of the David Atkinson Archive.
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Cooperative Street nos. 16 - 26 (Morley)
Black & White image1964 Terraced houses, numbers 16 to 26 Cooperative Street. Gardens and allotments can be seen over the fence to the right. The chimney in the distance is that of Victoria woollen mills.
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Greenside Street no.39 (Wortley)
Black & White imageUndated. This building, once known as Tingle's House, was where Low Wortley Industrial Cooperative Society was established. It was originally called 'The Wortley Cloth Manufacturing and Provision Society'. The society had a rule that all their cloth should be sold at eleven shillings per yard. They began business from these premises in 1854 and also began to sell groceries. Eventually, after six or seven years the Society moved to other premises, until it was necessary to build a new larger store at the cost of £5,000 in Lower Wortley. The foundation stone was laid by Mr Abraham Lightowler, who had been president of the society for seventeen years, in 1892. A John William Tingle was residing at the house as listed in Robinson's directory of Leeds for 1899. He Was a Tailor.
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Hardy Street from Greenmount Street at the junction with Lodge Lane (Beeston) (3 comments)
Black & White image4th August 1983. View of Hardy Street from Greenmount Street at the junction with Lodge Lane. The main focus is number 1 Hardy Street, the brick-built former Leeds Industrial Co-operative Society branch. The foundation corner stone was laid on 22nd August 1896 by Jos. Wigglestone and the co-op opened on 22nd April 1897. At the time of the image the building was undergoing conversion to the Kashmir Muslim Welfare Centre and the upper storey windows had recently been replaced. On the left Hardy Terrace is visible. In the background there is a glimpse of Tempest Road, right.
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