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[21]Temple Newsam War Memorial, Selby Road (Temple Newsam)
Temple Newsam War Memorial, Selby Road2001. Image shows the Temple Newsam War Memorial on Selby Road. Semi-detached houses on the right are situated on Queensway.
[22]First Tram to Rodley (Rodley)
First Tram to Rodley1906. Image shows staff and passengers posing for the camera on the first tram from Leeds to Rodley. The date written on the photograph is 6th July 1906, although other accounts give the date of 9th July for the first tram. The car number, 155, can just be seen written on the side. The driver is listed as being W Booth, and the conductor W Greenfield. In the background is The Owl public house, at the junction of Rodley Lane and Bagley Lane.
[23]Theatre Royal, poster (City Centre)
Theatre Royal, poster1910. Image shows a poster advertising a production of the pantomime "Forty Thieves" at the Theatre Royal on King Charles Croft, and featuring photographs of performers and theatre staff. The performances ran from 26th December to 7th January with seats in the price range 1d to 2/6. Featured at the top is theatre manager Francis Laidler, who took over from 1909 to 1939, and established the tradition of performing pantomimes at the theatre.
[24]Hinsley Hall Catholic Archives, memorial plaque (Headingley)
Hinsley Hall Catholic Archives, memorial plaqueJuly 2005. View shows the second of two circular plaques bearing the names of old St. Anne's Boys who lost their lives serving their country during the First World War. The plaques are located on the floor of a room in the Catholic Archives at Hinsley Hall off Headingley Lane. Names included are Killeen, Kent, Kenny, Keenan, Killion, Keene, Lee (3), Lennahan (2), Leary, McDermott, McIntyre, McGuire, Molloy, Mongan, Mitchell, Morgan, Mervin, Morris, Newton, O'Neill, Oakes, O'Connor, O'Brien, Owen, Pugh, Price, Roddy, Riley, Roberts, Strangeway, Sandford, Scott, Tobin, Thompson, Townend, Timlin, Vasey, Valette, Viney, Whiteley, White, Winn, Welsh, Whittaker, Whelan and Wilson.
[25]Headrow, looking east (City Centre)
Headrow, looking eastc1940s. View of the Headrow, looking east towards Quarry Hill Flats, which can be seen in the distance. on the right can be seen Schofield's department store at number 79-83, the entrance to Victoria Arcade, Shiphams hosiers and Campbells house furnishers at number 75, Lands Lane, and Benefit Footwear at number 69.The edge of Lewis's department store can be seen on the left.
[26]Hinsley Hall Catholic Archives, memorial plaque (Headingley)
Hinsley Hall Catholic Archives, memorial plaqueJuly 2005. View shows the first of two circular plaques bearing the names of old St. Anne's Boys who lost their lives serving their country during the First World War. The plaques are located on the floor of a room in the Catholic Archives at Hinsley Hall off Headingley Lane. Names included are Bendelow, Brigham, Brennan, Bayldon (2), Brown, Boland, Burke (2), Barry, Connolly, Connell, Cullen, Diamond, Dunne (2), Donnelly, Eagin, Essex, Finnerty, Ford (2), Fowler, Foulis, Fleming, Farley, Foster, Fenton, Gallivan, Gilligan (3), Gallagher, Greville, Galli, Garbutt, Golesworthy, Geraghty, Hall, Horan, Hartley, Hushen, Hart, Ivers, Jacquemot, Johnson and Kelly (5).
[27]Upper Wortley Road, The Golden Fleece (Wortley)
Upper Wortley Road, The Golden FleeceUndated. Pictured are a group of men posing for the camera outside the Golden Fleece Inn at 136 Upper Wortley Road. Above the door is the name Samuel Jordan, who was the licensee from around 1920 to 1930. Behind the group is a sign advertising "Fine Melbourne Ales" from the Melbourne Brewery situated off Regent Street in central Leeds. Another board bears the letters RAOB, which stands for Royal Antediluvian Order of Buffaloes, a worldwide charitable lodge founded in 1822, and it is likely that the group pictured are lodge members.
[28]Hinsley Hall Catholic Archives, memorial plaque (Headingley)
Hinsley Hall Catholic Archives, memorial plaqueJuly 2005. View shows a memorial plaque on the floor of Hinsley Hall Catholic Archives bearing the inscription, "In Proud and Loving Memory of Old St. Anne's Boys who gave their lives for their country in the Great War 1914-1919. On either side of it are circular plaques listing the names of those who lost their lives.
[29]Hinsley Hall, Pastoral and Conference Centre (Headingley)
Hinsley Hall, Pastoral and Conference CentreJuly 2005. View shows Hinsley Hall Catholic Archives and Pastoral and Conference Centre, situated off Headingley Lane. Originally named Headingley College, it was built in 1886 as a Wesleyan Methodist College.
[30]St. Anne's Cathedral, War Memorial Alcove (City Centre)
St. AnneJuly 2005. View shows the War Memorial Alcove at St. Anne's Cathedral (now Leeds Cathedral).
[31]Bardsey Church, memorial plaque (Bardsey)
Bardsey Church, memorial plaqueSeptember 2003. View shows a memorial plaque on the wall of Bardsey Church, provided by the Bardsey and East Keswick Branch of the British Legion. It is dedicated to all who served in the Great War 1914-1918, with an additional dedication underneath to those who served in the Second World War 1939-1945.
[32]Bardsey Church, memorial plaque (Bardsey)
Bardsey Church, memorial plaque2003. View shows a memorial plaque situated on the wall of Bardsey Church, dedicated to the men of the parish who gave their lives in the two World Wars. The names of those commemorated are E. Clayford, A. B. Mitchell and H. Walker from the First World War and P. S. Foxcroft, K. A. Mallinson, R. E. Newcombe, C. R. Swinney and A. G. Willans from the Second World War.
[33]St. Matthew's Church, stained glass window (Holbeck)
St. MatthewJune 2004. View shows a stained glass window at St. Matthew's Church including a plaque which states that the first stone of the church was laid on the 5th August 1829, that it was consecrated on 4th January 1832, and opened for public worship on 8th January 1832. The Rev. J. Bushby was the first incumbent and R. D. Chantrell was the architect of the church which is situated on St. Matthew's Street. The Grade II listed building is now (2017) a community centre.
[34]Trinity United Methodist Church, Trentham Street (Beeston)
Trinity United Methodist Church, Trentham StreetMay 2005. Image shows the Trinity United Methodist Church on Trentham Street, at the junction with Tempest Road (left). The view is seen from the junction with Colwyn Road.
[35]Church of the Holy Spirit, war memorial (Beeston)
Church of the Holy Spirit, war memorialMay 2005. View shows the war memorial in front of the Church of the Holy Spirit, situated on Tempest Road.
[36]Church of the Holy Spirit, memorial plaque (Beeston)
Church of the Holy Spirit, memorial plaqueMay 2005. View shows a memorial plaque to Sergeant Air Gunner Kenneth W. S. Ramsden of the RAF, who was killed in action on 19th August 1941 aged 19 years. It is situated in the Church of the Holy Spirit on Tempest Road.
[37]Church of the Holy Spirit, First World War memorial plaque (Beeston)
Church of the Holy Spirit, First World War memorial plaqueMay 2005. View shows a memorial plaque in the Church of the Holy Spirit, Beeston Hill, dedicated to the men from the church who died during the First World War. They are named as Frank Abe, Clarence Armitage, George Armitage, Stanley Bailey, Charles Barratt, Harry Bate, Joshua Binks, Percy Comstive, Tom Davies, Maurice Elstub, Reginald Greaseley, Albert Greaves, John Greaves, Barry Hemingway, William Hemingway, Arthur King, Alfred Lemmon, Harry Pick, Sidney Preston, Bernard Reed, Norman Renton, Arthur Robinson, Walter Robson, Jack Shaw, John Sheard, George Smith and Peter Townend.
[38]St. Peter's Church, memorial to members of Bible Class (Rawdon)
St. PeterMay 2005. View shows a memorial plaque in St. Peter's Church, remembering the members of Rawdon Church Bible Class who laid down their lives in the Great War 1914 - 1919. Their names are given as George W. Binns, John G. Carter, Sam Emmott, Louis Houlden, Ronald Kay, John A. Middlemiss, Harry Myers, J. Edgar Oates, Arnold Palliser, Harry Proctor and George Wood.
[39]St. Peter's Church, stained glass window (Rawdon)
St. PeterMay 2005. Image shows a stained glass window at Rawdon St. Peter's Church which was erected in memory of Second Lieutenant Clarence Rueil Harper, who was killed in action on July 15th 1916 in his 25th year. The window was erected by his father and mother Charles and Isabella Harper.
[40]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.