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West Yorkshire Society of Architects Archive
WYSA-A · Coleção · 1929 - 2006

Majority of records cover the post-war period from the mid-1940s up to mid-2000s, geographically covering Leeds, West Yorkshire and the wider county. Includes Society published journals, minutes and agenda of WYSA ruling body, lease of premises, articles of association, accounts, trusts and scholarships.

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Cavendish Cricket Team
WHI/5 · Item · 1916
Parte de White Donation

City of Leeds Training College, Cavendish Cricket Team.
Principal Walter Parsons sitting in the middle front row. Fred Unwin in middle row, far left.

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Harrier Team photograph
WHI/4 · Item · 1915
Parte de White Donation

City of Leeds Training College Harrier team
Back row: C. Hey; H. Holt; Dudley Roe; L. Joy; I. Larkin.
Middle row: Mr. Lacey; Len Schofield (Captain); Mr. Jarman
Front row: C. Whittle; Bill Ratcliffe; Fred Unwin.

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Home made Episcope
GB 2830 WOO/Box 3/1 · Item · n.d.
Parte de Dr M. T. Woodhouse Donation

This is a home made episcope made by M. T. Woodhouse, these were optical devices for projecting opaque images onto a screen. It consisted of a very bright light which illuminated the object from the side, the image was reflected off mirrors and projected upside down through the lens. The projected objects could be flat like postcards, photographs or three dimensional like coins, leaf specimens. Care had to be taken that the intense light and heat did not damage the object.

Dr Woodhouse’s camera
GB 2830 WOO/Box 1 · Pasta/Processo · 1914 - 1924
Parte de Dr M. T. Woodhouse Donation

This No.1A Autographic Kodak Jr. was a folding camera owned by Maurice T. Woodhouse, a tutor at the City of Leeds Training College. This particular model with the Kodak Ball Bearing shutter and 1/25s, B, 1/50s, T, and 1/100s was produced between 1914 and 1924. It was made in America by the Eastman Kodak Company and took 116 autographic film. The autographic film had a strip of carbon embedded, a metal stylus and small latch at the back of the camera was included to allow the photographer to attach information to the shot just taken, such as date or title. unfortunately the stylus is missing from this camera. The viewfinder is offset just above the lens and includes a the original shutter release cable.

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Queenswood Donation
GB 2830 QUE · Coleção · 1878 - 2000

Carnegie cricket books; Yorkshire Training College of Housecraft ephemera including college magazines and book presented by Mary Princess Royal; City of Leeds Training College notebooks, visitors book and Leeds School of Art record of student careers.

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Edward Harrison portrait photograph
GB 2830 POL/1/9 · Item · 1912
Parte de Iain Poole Donation

Edward Harrison was born in 1881 at Burnley, Lancashire son of John and Ann Harrison, his father was a Tallow Chandler. He was trained at Borough Road Training College in Isleworth, Middlesex later becoming Mathematics teacher at the City of Leeds Training College. He was Head of Buckingham House a mens hostel of the teacher training college in the years immediately prior to the opening of the college at Beckett Park, Thomas Halliwell was a student based at Buckingham House. Harrison was killed in action on 28 April 1917 he was Second Lieutenant in the 158th Siege Battalion, Royal Garrison Artillery. He is buried in the Mindel Trench British Cemetery, St.Laurent-Blangy in France.