Leeds Co-operative Store – 1928

Leeds Co-operative Store 1928

Title Leeds Co-operative Store
Date 1928
Location Yeadon
Photo ID A137
Comment This branch of the Leeds Industrial Cooperative Society was on Town Hall Square, built after the alterations to the square in 1928. In the right window a notice exhorts people to “Eat more Salmon – Buy a half pound tin – Do it Now!” In 1967 the building was converted into a library opening in 1968.
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A136 – Leeds Co-operative Store, Undated.

Leeds Co-operative Store – Undated

A branch of the Leeds Cooperative stores on the Steep (Town Street) in Yeadon.

On the left is a poster advertising events in the Peoples Hall, Albion Street, Leeds, the headquarters of the L.I.C.S. Three shop assistants pose in the doorway.

Leeds Co-operative Store Undated

N35 – Leeds Co-operative Store, Undated.

Leeds Co-operative Store – Undated

Leeds Industrial Co-operative store on the High Street.

Previous Comments:

Re A137
teleg
The Leeds Co-op building went round the corner on the left and was occupied by Leed’s Co-op Butchers.
25 June 2013.

Consolidated by Jack Brayshaw. 26 November 2021.
Last updated: 26 November 2021.

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