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Once of a series of hand-drawn postcards by Smith Carter (c.1864-1933) of Netherton.
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Undated photograph of a football team in the Holmfirth area taken by Bray & Son.
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Undated photograph of young rugby players in the Holmfirth area by Bray & Son.
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Photo postcard of the fire that destroyed Swan Bank Mill, Holmfirth, on 24 October 1924.
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Hand-coloured photo postcard of the fire that destroyed Swan Bank Mill, Holmfirth, on 24 October 1924.
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Photo article from the Leeds Mercury showing the "Thong Birds" of Upperthong in rehearsals.
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Undated photograph of Holmfirth Railway Station.
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1953 advert for tailors George Mason & Son of 99 & 101 King Street, Huddersfield, and 2 Station Road, Holmfirth.
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1955 advert for coach hire firm Baddeley Bros. Ltd. of Northumberland Street, Huddersfield.
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Undated photograph of locomotive 42285 at Holmfirth Railway Station. The locomotive was built in 1947 at the Derby Works and withdrawn in 1965.
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Undated postcard of the Technical Institute on Huddersfield Road, Holmfirth, at the junction with Bridge Lane.
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Hand-coloured postcard of Holmfirth. The viewpoint is from the north-west of Towngate.
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Photograph of New Fold and Upper Bridge, Holmfirth, taken in 1934.
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Undated photograph of Good Bent, at the head of Bilberry Reservoir to the west of Holmfirth.
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One of eight photographs of Holmfirth published after the Whit Monday flood on 29 May 1944.
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One of eight photographs of Holmfirth published after the Whit Monday flood on 29 May 1944.
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Photograph of the demolition of a chimney at Dyson's Mill, near Holmfirth, on 8 September 1906.
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The mills in the lower part of the photograph are Victoria Mill (left with gable end facing the photographer) and Dyson's Mill (right).
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Undated postcard of St. David's Church, Woodhead Road, Holmbridge.
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Undated photo postcard of Towngate, Holmfirth, by Bamforth.
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Photograph of Hinchliffe Mill, Holmfirth, believed to date from circa 1900.
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1894 Ordnance Survey map showing the short-lived Harden Moss Racecourse, situated above Meltham and Holmfirth on the Greenfield Road. Solicitor Frederick Robert Jones (1814-1896) had hoped to build a racecourse next to his "model farm" at Harden Moss…
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Undated photograph of peat cutting on Cartworth Moor near Holmfirth. The tower on Cook's Study is seen in the background.
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Undated photograph of Chantrey Tower at Cook's Study, situated 3 miles south of Holmfirth.
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Postcard of the Holmfirth Technical Institute, situated on Huddersfield Road, Holmfirth. The building is now an adult education centre.
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