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Central Kayes' College 22.jpg
Page from an undated photographic album promoting the Central (Kayes') College, Huddersfield. Photographer unknown.

Central Kayes' College 21.jpg
Page from an undated photographic album promoting the Central (Kayes') College, Huddersfield. Photographer unknown.

Central Kayes' College 09.jpg
Page from an undated photographic album promoting the Central (Kayes') College, Huddersfield. Photographer unknown.

Central Kayes' College 06.jpg
Page from an undated photographic album promoting the Central (Kayes') College, Huddersfield. Photographer unknown.

Clough Road, Crimble.jpg
Undated photograph taken at the junction of Clough Road and New Lane, looking north. Brook House is shown in the centre.

Church Lane, Slaithwaite.jpg
Undated photograph taken on Nabbs Lane (at the junction with Howgate), looking east towards St. James, Slaithwaite.

New Hey Road, Outlane.jpg
Undated photograph taken in the vicinity of the Waggon & Horses Inn, Outlane. The larger building on the right was a Conservative Club and the smaller building jutting out in the centre was a smithy that was attached to the inn.

Longroyd Bridge, Huddersfield.jpg
Undated photograph, likely taken from near Spring Grove School. St. Thomas's Church is shown on the right and the houses in the Thornton Lodge area appear in the centre background.

Seth Lister Mosley (1847-1929).jpg
Newspaper photograph of Huddersfield naturalist Seth Lister Mosley (1847-1929), from his obituary in the Leeds Mercury (8 Feb 1929).

Meltham Branch Line Closure 3.jpg
Press photograph of the last regular passenger service on the Meltham Branch Line.

Meltham Branch Line Closure 2.jpg
Press photograph of the last regular passenger service on the Meltham Branch Line. 90-year old Francis W. Creaser, who had travelled on the very first train from Meltham in 1869, is seen shaking the hand of the driver, Tom McCurley, of Low Moor,…

Meltham Branch Line Closure 1.jpg
Press photograph of the last regular passenger service on the Meltham Branch Line. 90-year old Francis W. Creaser, who had travelled on the very first train from Meltham in 1869, is seen shaking the hand of the driver, Tom McCurley, of Low Moor,…

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Photographed captioned "The Mikado / October 1949", believed to be the debut production of Carr Lane Methodist Church Amateur Operatic & Dramatic Society.

The society underwent several changes of name over the decades, including "Slaithwaite…

Annie Blacker (1899-1922).jpg
Newspaper photograph of Annie Blacker (1899-1922) née Morley, one of the three people killed when the upper floors of Quarmby Clough Mill collapsed on 22 March 1922, from the "Leeds Mercury" (23/Mar/1922).

Leeds Mercury 24 March 1922 B.jpg
Photograph of the aftermath of the Quarmby Clough Mill collapse which killed three workers, from the "Leeds Mercury" (24/Mar/1922)

Leeds Mercury 24 March 1922 A.jpg
Photograph of the aftermath of the Quarmby Clough Mill collapse which killed three workers, from the "Leeds Mercury" (24/Mar/1922)

British Dyestuffs Corporation (1920).jpg
Newspaper advertisement from 1920 for British Dyestuffs Corporation (later ICI). The company's Huddersfield site was at Dalton Works.

Ramsden Street Chapel.jpg
Photograph from "Ramsden Street Chapel" (1925) by Arthur W. Sykes.

Meltham Junction.jpg
Photograph of LMS 2-6-4T No. 2296 and Lockwood No.2 junction box at Meltham Junction. The train is on the single-line Meltham Branch Line and the track in the foreground was a long siding.

Barber's Mill, Holmbridge.jpg
Undated photograph of Holmbridge Mill on Woodhead Road, Holmbridge, which was also known as Barber's Mill after the family who leased it in the 1800s.

Daily Mirror (21 March 1907) front cover.jpg
Front cover of the 21 March 1907 edition of the "Daily Mirror" newspaper. The first photograph shows the arrest of 16-year-old Huddersfield suffragette Dora Thewlis.

Well & Truly Laid, Royal Visit, Holmfirth, Aug 5th 1927.jpg
Photograph from the stone laying ceremony of the new Princess Mary Ward for children at the Holme Valley Memorial Hospital, Holmfirth. The stone was laid by HRH Princess Mary during a royal visit to the area.

Opening of the Princess Mary Ward, April 7th 1928.jpg
Photograph from the opening of the Princess Mary Ward for children at the Holme Valley Memorial Hospital, Holmfirth. The ward was opened by Miss Catherine Mary Tinker of Ashgrove, Holmfirth, in a ceremony presided over by Mrs. Mary Quarmby of…

Opening of the Princess Mary Ward, April 7th 1928.jpg
Photograph from the opening of the Princess Mary Ward for children at the Holme Valley Memorial Hospital, Holmfirth. The ward was opened by Miss Catherine Mary Tinker of Ashgrove, Holmfirth, in a ceremony presided over by Mrs. Mary Quarmby of…

Opening of the Princess Mary Ward, April 7th 1928.jpg
Photograph from the opening of the Princess Mary Ward for children at the Holme Valley Memorial Hospital, Holmfirth. The ward was opened by Miss Catherine Mary Tinker of Ashgrove, Holmfirth, in a ceremony presided over by Mrs. Mary Quarmby of…

Mr Henry Wilson MP after the Declaration of the Poll 1910.jpg
Photograph of Liberal Party MP Henry Wilson, who was the Member of Parliament for the Holmfirth constituency from 1885 until 1912.

Royal Visit, Holmfirth, Aug 5th 1927.jpg
Photograph from the stone laying ceremony of the new Princess Mary Ward for children at the Holme Valley Memorial Hospital, Holmfirth. The stone was laid by HRH Princess Mary during a royal visit to the area.

Royal Visit, Holmfirth, Aug 5th 1927.jpg
Photograph from the stone laying ceremony of the new Princess Mary Ward for children at the Holme Valley Memorial Hospital, Holmfirth. The stone was laid by HRH Princess Mary during a royal visit to the area.

Hospital Day 1922.jpg
Photograph of a Hospital Day parade, believed to be in the Holmfirth area.

Lines on the Melancholy Catastrophe at Holmfirth.jpg
Printed broadside titled "LINES On the melancholy Catastrophe at Holmfirth, on the Fourth of February, by the bursting of a large Reservoir, causing the loss of upwards of 100 lives".

Brownhill Reservoir - plate 27.jpg
Undated photograph taken during the construction of Brownhill Reservoir, which was built between 1925 and 1932.

Brownhill Reservoir - plate 26.jpg
Undated photograph taken during the construction of Brownhill Reservoir, which was built between 1925 and 1932.

Brownhill Reservoir - plate 25.jpg
Undated photograph taken during the construction of Brownhill Reservoir, which was built between 1925 and 1932.

Brownhill Reservoir - plate 24.jpg
Undated photograph taken during the construction of Brownhill Reservoir, which was built between 1925 and 1932.

Brownhill Reservoir - plate 23.jpg
Undated photograph taken during the construction of Brownhill Reservoir, which was built between 1925 and 1932.

Brownhill Reservoir - plate 22.jpg
Undated photograph taken during the construction of Brownhill Reservoir, which was built between 1925 and 1932.

Brownhill Reservoir - plate 21.jpg
Undated photograph taken during the construction of Brownhill Reservoir, which was built between 1925 and 1932.

Brownhill Reservoir - plate 20.jpg
Photograph taken during the construction of Brownhill Reservoir, which was built between 1925 and 1932.

Brownhill Reservoir - plate 19.jpg
Undated photograph taken during the construction of Brownhill Reservoir, which was built between 1925 and 1932.

Brownhill Reservoir - plate 18.jpg
Undated photograph taken during the construction of Brownhill Reservoir, which was built between 1925 and 1932.

Brownhill Reservoir - plate 17.jpg
Undated photograph taken during the construction of Brownhill Reservoir, which was built between 1925 and 1932.

Brownhill Reservoir - plate 16.jpg
Undated photograph taken during the construction of Brownhill Reservoir, which was built between 1925 and 1932.

Brownhill Reservoir - plate 15.jpg
Photograph taken during the construction of Brownhill Reservoir, which was built between 1925 and 1932.

Brownhill Reservoir - plate 14.jpg
Undated photograph taken during the construction of Brownhill Reservoir, which was built between 1925 and 1932.

Brownhill Reservoir - plate 13.jpg
Undated photograph taken during the construction of Brownhill Reservoir, which was built between 1925 and 1932.

Brownhill Reservoir - plate 12.jpg
Undated photograph taken during the construction of Brownhill Reservoir, which was built between 1925 and 1932.

Brownhill Reservoir - plate 11.jpg
Undated photograph taken during the construction of Brownhill Reservoir, which was built between 1925 and 1932.

Brownhill Reservoir - plate 10.jpg
Undated photograph taken during the construction of Brownhill Reservoir, which was built between 1925 and 1932.

Brownhill Reservoir - plate 09.jpg
Undated photograph taken during the construction of Brownhill Reservoir, which was built between 1925 and 1932.

Brownhill Reservoir - plate 08.jpg
Undated photograph taken during the construction of Brownhill Reservoir, which was built between 1925 and 1932.

Brownhill Reservoir - plate 07.jpg
Undated photograph taken during the construction of Brownhill Reservoir, which was built between 1925 and 1932.

Brownhill Reservoir - plate 06.jpg
Undated photograph taken during the construction of Brownhill Reservoir, which was built between 1925 and 1932.

Brownhill Reservoir - plate 05.jpg
Undated photograph taken during the construction of Brownhill Reservoir, which was built between 1925 and 1932.

Brownhill Reservoir - plate 04.jpg
Undated photograph taken during the construction of Brownhill Reservoir, which was built between 1925 and 1932.

Brownhill Reservoir - plate 03.jpg
Photograph taken during the construction of Brownhill Reservoir, which was built between 1925 and 1932.

Brownhill Reservoir - plate 02.jpg
Photograph taken during the construction of Brownhill Reservoir, which was built between 1925 and 1932.

Brownhill Reservoir - plate 01.jpg
Undated photograph taken during the construction of Brownhill Reservoir, which was built between 1925 and 1932.

Yorkshire Post 03 June 1944 Riley Family.jpg
Newspaper photograph of Riley family (L-R) Donald, Geoffrey and Lily. Donald died on 29 May 1944 after he and Geoffrey attempted to rescue an elderly neighbour from rising floodwaters.

RAF Mosquito DZ698 (July 1944).jpg
Local newspaper photograph of the aftermath of RAF Mosquito DZ698, piloted by Flight Lieutenant Ernest Robert James Blezard, crashing into residential housing at the junction of Central Avenue and West Close, Fartown.

Stanley, George Herbert and Arthur Mitchell.jpg
Photograph (L-R) of siblings Stanley, George Herbert and Arthur Mitchell, believed to have been taken in 1917.

George Herbert Mitchell (centre), who is wearing a German Pickelhaube helmet, was awarded the Military Medal in October 1916 and died on…

George Herbert Mitchell (1893-1917).jpg
"Huddersfield's Roll of Honour: 1914-1922" (2014) by J. Margaret Stansfield: MITCHELL, GEORGE HERBERT, MM. Corporal. No 240588. 1/5th Battalion Duke of Wellington's Regiment. Born Almondbury. Son of George and Ruth A. Mitchell, 23 St. Helen's Farm,…

Belle Vue Refreshments, Harden Moss.jpg
Undated photograph of Belle Vue, Harden Moss Road, Meltham.

Chantrey Tower (early 1930s).jpg
Photograph of Chantrey Tower (known locally as Cook's Study) taken in the early 1930s by Mr. T. Dyson of Netherthong. It appeared in a newspaper article dated 10 February 1934.

Shoulder of Mutton, New Mill.jpg
Undated photographs of the Shoulder of Mutton, New Mill, which closed on 31 December 1938.

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Undated photo postcard by Smith Carter showing the former footbridge over the Meltham Branch Line in Dungeon Wood (later Beaumont Park).

George Moxon & Sons.jpg
Letterhead for George Moxon and Sons of Huddersfield, "coal, coke & breeze factors" and specialists in "high class breeze, foundry & furnace coke"

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Selection of invoices from carrier Henry Hanson of Church Street, Paddock.

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Invoice from saddler and harness maker Joseph Edward Hemingway of 36 King Street, Huddersfield.

Hemmingway was residing at 38 Birkhouse Lane, Dalton, in 1900.

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Invoice from "builders, contractors, stone merchants, &c" Ben Graham of 16 Prospect Street, Huddersfield.

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Invoice from tobacconist and cigar merchant Harry Kirby of Huddersfield.

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Invoice from Whitestone Ironworks off Turnbridge Road, Huddersfield.

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Invoice from joiner, builder and undertaker Joe Sykes Farrand of the Steam Joinery Works, Colne Road, Huddersfield.

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Invoice from manufacturing chemist H. Buckley of Lockwood.

This was likely chemist Herbert Buckley of Almondbury who is listed 15 Bridge Street, Lockwood, in the 1900 Huddersfield Street Directory.

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Invoice from the Undertakers of the Aire and Calder Navigation to John Haigh & Son of Firth Street.

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Invoice from the Undertakers of the Aire and Calder Navigation to John Haigh & Son of Firth Street.

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Invoice from veterinary surgeon Henry Cooper of Moldgreen to John Haigh & Sons Ltd. of Priestroyd Iron Works, Firth Street.

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Receipt from the Royal Insurance Company, Huddersfield, to John Haigh & Sons Ltd. of Priestroyd Iron Works, Firth Street.

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Selection of 1907 invoices from manufacturer George Moxon & Sons of Huddersfield, producers of "high class breeze, foundry & furnace coke", sent to John & Sons Ltd of Priestroyd Iron Works, Firth Street.

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Undated mounted photograph of a young woman by Verona of Market Place Chambers, Huddersfield.

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Undated school photograph by Kruger & Holdsworth of Northumberland Street, Huddersfield.

Shakespeare Hirst (1841-1907).jpg
Undated photograph of Shakespeare Hirst (1841-1907).

Ellen Highley (1848-1929) née Dennison.jpg
Undated photograph of Sam Highley (1845-1927) and his wife Ellen (1848-1929) née Dennison. Ellen was an early member of the Huddersfield branch of the Women's Social and Political Union (WSPU).

Edith Ann Key (1872-1937) née Proctor.jpg
Undated photograph of Edith Ann Key (1872-1937) née Proctor, first secretary of the Huddersfield branch of the Women's Social and Political Union (WSPU).

Tolson Half Sheep - Daily Mirror 10 December 1925.png
Newspaper photograph of the new "half sheep" exhibit at the Tolson Memorial Museum, from the Daily Mirror.

Standard Fireworks - Daily Mirror 24 October 1956.png
Advertisement for Standard Fireworks from the Daily Mirror newspaper.

Catherine Augusta Yeats-Milne (1857-1905) née Hutchison.png
Newspaper illustration of Catherine Augusta Yeats-Milne (1857-1905) née Hutchison -- captioned as Catherine Yates Milne -- who one one of the two people who died following a railway accident at Huddersfield Railway Station on 21 April 1905.