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[1]Harehills Cemetery, War Memorial (Harehills)
Harehills Cemetery, War MemorialMay 2004. View shows a war memorial screen in Harehills Cemetery commemorating 15 casualties of the Second World War. These 15 are said to lie buried elsewhere in the cemetery but are commemorated here in the war memorial section alongside the larger memorial dedicated to the First World War losses.
[2]Harehills Cemetery, War Memorial (Harehills)
Harehills Cemetery, War MemorialMay 2004. View shows a war memorial in Harehills Cemetery commemorating 176 Commonwealth casualties of the First World War. The memorial consists of a cross, with a plinth below bearing the inscription "To the honoured memory of those sailors and soldiers who gave their lives for their country in the Great War 1914-1918 and who lie buried in this cemetery", along with a large screen behind bearing the names of the fallen.
[3]Harehills Cemetery, German Grave (Harehills)
Harehills Cemetery, German GraveApril 2007. View shows a German Grave in Harehills Cemetery, commemorating Heinz Meier, a 19-year-old German who was killed in action in Leeds during the Second World War. He was born on the 12th January 1925 and died 3rd September 1944.
[4]Harehills Cemetery, double war grave (Harehills)
Harehills Cemetery, double war graveApril 2007. View shows a double war grave at Harehills Cemetery, one of many laid out in neat rows, commemorating two soldiers who lost their lives serving in the Second World War. They are Private George Fawcett Thomas of the West Yorkshire Regiment (Prince of Wales's Own) 10th Battalion, who died on 22nd July 1940, and Sergeant John William Hezelgrave of the Duke of Wellington's (West Riding Regiment) 9th Battalion, husband of Winifred Hezelgrave of Leeds, who died on 21st December 1940 aged 33.
[5]Harehills Cemetery, double war grave (Harehills)
Harehills Cemetery, double war graveApril 2007. View shows a double war grave in Harehills Cemetery, one of many laid out in neat rows, commemorating two servicemen who lost their lives in the Second World War. They are Leading Aircraftman Ronald Bottomley, of the Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve 199 Squadron, who died on 7th August 1943 aged 21, and Gunner Horace Jennings of the Royal Artillery, who died on 14th August 1943.
[6]Harehills Cemetery, double war grave (Harehills)
Harehills Cemetery, double war graveApril 2007. View shows a double war grave in Harehills Cemetery commemorating two soldiers who lost their lives in the Second World War. They are Private Sidney William Smith of the Green Howards (Yorkshire Regiment) 30th Battalion, who died on 10th January 1943, and Lance Corporal Hugh Maurice Maher of the Loyal Regiment (North Lancashire) 2nd Battalion, who died on 6th February 1943 aged 37.
[7]Harehills Cemetery, War Graves (Harehills)
Harehills Cemetery, War GravesApril 2007. View shows a row of four First World War graves in Harehills Cemetery, commemorating servicemen buried elsewhere. On the left is that of Cedric Edgar Fenton, of the Royal Air Force 44th Squadron, who died on 24th October 1918. The son of Samuel & Mary H Fenton, he was born in Bradford and buried at Guiseley Primitive Methodist Memorial Garden. Next is that of Private G. Peacock, of the Highland Light Infantry 7th Battalion, who died on 20th August 1916 and was buried in Yeadon Wesleyan Methodist Chapel yard. Third from the left commemorates Arthur Peel, staff sergeant of the Royal Army Veterinary Corps who died on 14th January 1921 aged 34. He was the husband of Mary Ann Peel, of Westgate, Bramhope, and was buried in Yeadon Wesleyan Methodist Chapel yard. Finally on the right is the gravestone of Sapper Edwin Hewitt of the Royal Engineers 69th Field Company who died on 13th May 1917. The son of William & Elizabeth Hewitt of Rawdon, he was buried in Little London (Cragg) Baptist Chapel yard.
[8]Lands Lane, looking south (City Centre)
Lands Lane, looking southUndated. View of Lands Lane in the early 1950s, looking south towards Albion Place. On the left can be seen Mallories wine & spirit merchants at number 36, and the Scala Cinema further down. On the right can be seen Campbells house furnishers, Schofields Department Store, Sherwins Restaurant, King Charles Hotel, and the Theatre Royal. The theatre was closed and demolished in 1957, and the area pedestrianized in the 1970s.
[9]Illuminated Tramcar (Kirkstall)
Illuminated Tramcar2nd June 1911. Image shows a heavily illuminated tramcar, created to celebrate the coronation of King George V. The photograph was most likely taken at Kirkstall Tram Works.
[10]Headingley Lane, Hyde Park (Hyde Park)
Headingley Lane, Hyde Parkc1914. View looking south-east down Headingley Lane, from the junction with Regent Park Avenue. A row of shops can be seen, with Joe Pheasey, bookseller, at number 18, George Crawshaw, chemist, at number 16, George Camben Busby, ironmomger, at 14, Sam Ferrand, hairdresser, at 12, Charles Walker Hardy, fruiterer & game dealer, at numbers 10 & 8, and Ashley William Bottomley, draper, at number 6. At the bottom left of the picture the junction with Woodhouse Street can be seen.
[11]Oak Inn, Headingley (Headingley) (1 comment)
Oak Inn, Headingleyc1906. Image shows the Oak Inn, Headingley, opposite St Michael's Church and St Michael's Road, on Headingley Lane. A sign on the wall directs tram passengers to alight there for Headingley Cricket and Football Grounds, and a poster advertises a match between Leeds and Hull Kingston Rovers on Saturday 29th September 1906. The inn was named after the nearby Skyrack Oak, or Shire Oak, a large oak tree that that grew in Headingley for several centuries, and eventually collapsed in 1941.
[12]Nippet Lane, Hartley's Dressmakers (Burmantofts)
Nippet Lane, HartleyUndated. Image shows the junction of Nippet Lane and Nippet Place, with the premises of Hartley's Dressmakers in the centre. The 1908 Trade Directory of Leeds lists Harry Hartley, Tailor, and Mrs Fanny Hartley, dressmaker, at numbers 13 and 15 Nippet Lane. They are likely to be the couple standing in the doorway. Houses on Nippet View can be seen in the background on the left, and on the right, part of Burmantofts Brewery is visible.
[13]The Imperial, Coronation party (Burley) (1 comment)
The Imperial, Coronation party1953. Image shows a group of children and adults attending a party at the Imperial public house to celebrate the Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II. The Imperial was situated on Somerby Street, between England Street and Florist Street, in the "Alphabet Streets" area of Burley. The photograph was supplied by John Bean who is one of the children pictured.
[14]The Imperial, Coronation party (Burley)
The Imperial, Coronation party1953. View shows a party held at the Imperial public house to celebrate the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II. Children wearing party hats are seated at long tables with a few adults among them to supervise. The Imperial was situated on Somerby Street, between England Street and Florist Street in the "Alphabet Streets" area of Burley. The photograph was supplied by John Bean who is one of the children pictured.
[15]Hyde Park Preparatory School, class photograph (Hyde Park) (1 comment)
Hyde Park Preparatory School, class photograph1945. School photograph of pupils at Hyde Park Preparatory School taken in 1945. Among the pupils is William Thornton Moyle, born in September 1937, whose parents later moved to Newquay and he became a teacher at Stoke Damerel School in Plymouth. He is seen third from left on the second row from the top.
[16]Holy Rosary School, Barrack Street, class photograph (Sheepscar)
Holy Rosary School, Barrack Street, class photograph20th May 1954. Class photograph of the Standard 4 class at the Holy Rosary School, Barrack Street, which ran between Meanwood Road and Chapeltown Road. The children would be aged around 8 or 9. The image was sent in by Michael Doherty who believes the teacher was Miss Fisher and names some of the pupils as :- Back row, L to R: ? Slater; Bernard Farnell; Tony Carey; Michael Doherty; Brian Persil?; Michael Keoghan, ? Webster; Patrick Folan; Kevin Trainer. Front row, L to R: Mickey Murphey; Steven Wilson; ? Sing; Unknown; Cath Carney; Diana Marshall; John Wilson; George Wray. He is unsure of the girls in the middle two rows but they may include Gloria Leonard and Anne McConnell.
[17]Dewsbury Road, Hunslet (Hunslet) (1 comment)
Dewsbury Road, HunsletUndated, possibly early 1900s. Image shows Dewsury Road, looking north towards Leeds, from the area around Linden Terrace and Tunstall Road. St Peter's Church can be seen in the distance on the right, and there are tram tracks in the road and wires overhead. Two horse drawn wagond can be seen; one is heavily laden.
[18]Leeds Bus (Unknown)
Leeds BusUndated. Image shows a Leeds bus, registration number HD2981, possibly on route 62, with staff posing in front for the photograph. Information on the reverse suggests the bus was new in 1927, had 32 seats, and was withdrawn around 1932. The words Kirkgate Leather Works can be seen on the building in the background.
[19]Driver Brothers, Hunslet Road (Hunslet)
Driver Brothers, Hunslet RoadUndated. Image shows the premises of Driver Brothers, provisions dealers, at number 283 Hunslet Road. Edmund Driver is listed as the proprietor in the 1908 Leeds Trade Directory, and the firm continued as a family business until the late 1940s.
[20]Beckett Street (Burmantofts)
Beckett StreetUndated. View of Beckett Street, possibly in the early 1900s, showing the premises of Barnes & Co, drapers at number 117. The row of houses in the image is Backett Terrace, in front of Beckett Street School. A man is waiting at a tramcar stop, and tram tracks can be seen in the road, with wires above.