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Aspects of Leeds 3 is a fascinating dip into the local history of the wider Leeds area (it covers the Leeds post code) in twelve articles. Most of these, such as Christine Nolan's on domestic service, above, deserve a wide audience. Margaret Ratcliffe's article on Arthur Ransome is another which deserves a wide s: 2. Buy Aspects of Leeds: v.3 by Lynne Stevenson Tate from Waterstones today! Click and Collect from your local Waterstones or get FREE UK delivery on orders over £Pages: Following the great success of Aspects of Leeds 1, we are now delighted to announce the forthcoming publication of Aspects of Leeds 2. In this edition, we witness the arrival of the Black Prince in the City and revisit Leeds United during their breakthrough years of and Price: £ Brian Barber ‘Municipal government in Leeds ’, in Derek Fraser (ed.) Municipal reform and the industrial city, Leicester University Press, , pages provides a valuable context for ‘municipal Chartism’. The first successful candidate put forward by the Leeds Chartists at a municipal election, Jackson was elected an Improvement Commissioner in as part of a bloc of.
Other subjects include, 'Leeds Dental School', 'The National Institute of Houseworkers', The Thompsons of Golden Acre', 'Roundhay Hall' and the life of 'Arthur Greenhow Lupton', a citizen of whom any city would be proud. These and many more subjects are clearly described and lavishly illustrated in Aspects of Leeds 3. Buy Aspects of Leeds: Discovering Local History: v. 2 First Edition by Tate, Lynne Stevenson (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Paperback. AD: A woman buries the remains of her husband in a stone sarcophagus in Northern Roman Britain. A man in desperate need of money plans a new street to be called Briggate A girl named Alice Musgrave of Vicar Lane is the first victim when the plague strikes Leeds. A heartbroken woman walks down a set of steps into the River Aire. Two young men, fired by the Reviews: 4. Aberford (1 book) Beeston (1 book) Elland Road (1 book) Farnley (1 book) Harewood (1 book) Headingley (2 books) Holbeck (1 book) Kirkstall (1 book) Ledsham (1 book) Leeds City Art Gallery (1 book) Leeds General Infirmary (2 books) Manston (1 book) Rothwell (1 book) Scarcroft (1 book) University of Leeds (2 books) Woodhouse (1 book).
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