Louie Sambrook is the lady on the right in this group, she was well known in Yeadon having received a telegram from the Queen on her 100th birthday.
Mr Sample was a saddler, the street sign to the right of his premises is for Bridge Street which no longer exists.
To the left is Herbert Sample, centre Thomas …
This was a dress rehearsal for the Top Youth Club competition, the club won this title 4 times….
Thomas Arthur Sample was born in 1875, he was a saddler by trade. In this photo his wife Hannah is holding baby Arthur, on the left is Elsie, then Rispah with Jimmy on the right….
Guiseley Amateur Operatic Society.
Kenneth Schofield in a production of “Gypsy Love”, an operetta with music by Frank Lehar.
Mrs Schofield was Treasurer of the Aireborough and Horsforth Museum Society (now Aireborough Historical Society) 1964-1971, then Joint Auditor 1972-74 and President 1974-1975.
Mrs B Schofield was President of Aireborough Historical Society 1990 – 1992.
Photo of George Scott plus details about his family.
it Sebastion’s mobile disco, he is the epitome of male fashion of the era with his flared trousers! Note the huge speakers and twin record deck.
Abraham Moon & Sons, Guiseley, Margaret Sedgwick at work in the mill.
Mr W Sedgwick was President of Rawdon Industrial Co-operative Society (RICS).
Yeadon and Guiseley Secondary School hockey team (renamed Aireborough Grammar School in 1937).
On the back row left to right are:…
Val Ryan (nee Hoare) 1952 on the left Val with cat Timpuss, in the background is a car which belonged to Mr Sellars plus a bungalow which was the home of Edith and Norman Freeborn.
Mr and Mrs Sharpe Firth, they lived on Swaine Hill.
Mrs Firth has very long hair which is braided and appears to have pearls or beads entwined in it….
Ada was the wife of Harry Shaw, their children were Edgar, Elsie and Nellie. Ada was a member of the St. John Ambulance and seen here in her uniform. Donated by Ken & Jean Jones (nee Richardson).