AN ILLUSTRATED HISTORY OF ALWOODLEY
Sources of Illustrations
Thanks are due to the following bodies, societies and individuals who have kindly granted permission to reproduce their material. Illustrations not listed below are in the author’s collection.
Leeds Libraries and Information Services: 10, 20, 25, 30, 32,
33, 34 & 38
West Yorkshire Archive Service (Leeds): 5, 11, 12, 31, 42 & 43
Thackray Medical Museum: 26 (bottom)
The Thoresby Society: 8, 19, 21 & 26 (top)
Leeds Civic Trust: 37 (main photograph)
Moor Allerton Golf Club: 29
Dave and Pauline Todd: 22, 36, 37 and back cover
Pam Collison: 23
Shirley Barnes: 30 (bottom)
All O.S. Maps: Crown Copyright.
Front cover: 'Crofter's cottage on King Lane' by Richard Burt based on the photograph by Godfrey Bingley c.1888. (Oil pastel on canvas). It is remarkable that this tiny building still survives today near the junction with Stairfoot Lane.
Back cover: A delightful summer scene of a mother and daughter chatting next to the Slabbering Baby, taken by Mr. C. W. Dalton in the late fifties. It is likely that Mr. Verity the stonemason created this drinking fountain for walkers. The old tea huts in the background were owned by Mrs. Verity and provided cover when the weather was inclement.