Hopeville (4)

Hopeville c1910
Title Hopeville
Date c1910
Location Yeadon
Photo ID G440
Comment Image of a man holding a baby titled “My Dear Little Son”, the scene was captured on a glass slide by E E Slater, probably in the grounds of Hopeville House, Yeadon.
Hopeville 1915

E464 – Hopeville, 1915.

Hopeville – 1915

A splendid image of a classic car and passengers, unfortunately the identity of these people is unknown. The image was taken on a glass slide by E E Slater and digitally transferred by John Hobson.

Hopeville 1915

G399 – Hopeville, 1915.

Hopeville – 1915

A group photo taken on a slide by E E Slater, on 24th May 1915. Judging by the date it could well have been one of the Whitsuntide gatherings held at Slater’s home Hopeville for members of Queen Street Methodist Chapel.

Hopeville 1916

H218 – Hopeville, 1916.

Hopeville – 1916

Whit Monday entertainment at Hopeville, the home of E E Slater, these people would have been members of Queen Street Chapel.

Hopeville 1916

H219 – Hopeville, 1916.

Hopeville – 1916

Whit Monday entertainment at Hopeville, the home of E E Slater, these people would have been members of Queen Street Chapel.

Murgatroyd Girls Hopeville 1918

C334 – Hopeville, 1918.

Hopeville – 1918

Murgatroyd Girls – These two girls are a mystery, nothing is known about them.
I think that this photograph was taken at the top end of my garden. (Carlo Harrison)


Original image on a glass slide taken by E E Slater of Hopeville House, Yeadon.

Hopeville 1920

F479 – Hopeville, 1920.

Hopeville – 1920

Seems to be a chilly day, many of the ladies are wearing furs and carrying umbrellas. Photographer E E Slater.

Hopeville 1920

J628 – Hopeville, 1920.

Hopeville – 1920

A Methodist Circuit garden party held in the grounds of Hopeville House. The immediate post WW1 period brought a change in ladies’ fashions as seen here, shorter skirts and smaller hats very different to the elaborate Edwardian gowns and millinery women had worn in the pre-war period.

Hopeville 1922

SL028 – Hopeville, 1922.

Hopeville – 1922

Children dressed in their new Whitsuntide clothes out for a walk, probably with a Chapel group having left Hopeville House. The location is the bottom of the High Street, behind them is the Steep (Town Street) and to the right is Silver Lane.
This photograph was originally taken onto a glass slide by E. E. Slater of Hopeville, Yeadon. It has been digitally transferred for us by John Hobson.

Previous Comments:

Michele
We used to help Dad with the garden when we were little. Our house was built in the grounds of Hopeville House. We used to find old coins and bits of fancy crockery. I wish we had kept them.
23 November 2016.

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Consolidated by Jack Brayshaw. 20 May 2021.
Last updated: 27 October 2021 – Photo ID: C334. 06 August 2021 – Photo ID: G440 & SL028. 29 July 2021 – Photo ID: E464.

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