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  • For Years: 1923 - 1932

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

8 Oct 1927

Leeds Church and Dickens—-A Bradford Musical Personality —The Countess of Harewood’s Visit —York’s Great Bell. * Did Dickens Write of It? A Bradford Personality. * * * ♦ * * « * « « * « Fixing the Huge Bell. The & C. ELECTRICAL Leeds Church Bi-Centenary

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Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

23 Feb 1931

NORTHERN ITEMS. Princess Mary Countess of Harewood has consented to become Patron of the Yorkshire Ladies’ Council of Education. The Whitby Rural Council are calling the attention of the North Riding County Council to the dangerous condition of Limber

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

3 Jun 1924

your readers F. HAEEWOOD Harewood House, Leeds, As far as can be ascertained, the exact amount of eggs collected in the West Riding is as follows: Vice-Periiident, Lady Evelyn Collin?, 145,119; Bradford Group, Yice-Prosidont. Lady Beatrice Lister Kaye, 81

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

7 Feb 1924

the Countess of Harewood as president. Sir Brooksbank secretary; vicepresident for the Leeds group, the Ladv; Ehel.vn Collins; vice-president for the Sheffield group, the Lady Kathleen Pilkington; vice-president for the Bradford; ; group, the Lady Beatrice

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

3 Oct 1932

The Countess of Willingdon. (By Joyce Mather,) LEEDS, Sunday. Important Godparents. and Mrs. Ralph Rayner’s baby daughter, who is to be christened on Friday next, will have some very important godparents. Mr. Rudyard Kipling, for one, is be a godfather

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

6 Jan 1928

Commander in China —Harewood’s New Vicar —Leeds Charity Ball. Holiday Parties. Hjive you ever seen Leeds so full of children spared no efforts to ensure its success, and the gathering has the cordial support of the Earl and Countess of Harewood. Music will be

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Yorkshire Evening Post

Yorkshire Evening Post Yorkshire, England

1 Jun 1923

LADY HAREWOOD. Among those ho arrived Prince was the Countess Harewood, wearing a dark grey costume and a bat with a grey ostrich plume. The Lady Mayoress of Leeds (Mrs. Frank Fountain), who was carrying a beautiful bouquet, wore a smart grey coat frock

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

13 Dec 1927

Christmas. In Harewood village they are looking forward to a quiet homely Christmas, in which the Earl and Countess will share. It will be a family festival at Harewood House, where Lady Boyne (the only daughter of Lord and Lady Harewood), with her husband

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Sheffield Daily Telegraph

Sheffield Daily Telegraph Yorkshire, England

23 Feb 1931

group at Ossington Hall on Saturday, including the Marquis and Marchioness of Titchfield, Lady Sibell and Mr. H. D. Argles, Lady E. Denison, Major Noel Clarke, and Mr. ''‘iTlitwirllMW .r .«trai&> i , v ' *%«■ S>% ■. ■ . ; ; S-' :■«■ .. -; •■, ».',• ,'•••

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Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

7 Apr 1927

HAREWOOD ESTATES. CONVERSION TO A PRIVATE COMPANY. Announcement made of tile registration the Harelles Trust Ltd., with the lit. Hon. the Earl of Harewood, arc wood House, Leeds, and the Rt. lion. Viscount Lascelles, K.G., Goldsborough Hall, Knaresborough

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Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

6 Mar 1930

accession of ladies, were taking special interest in the activities the Society. Lord Harewood to succeeded the coming year by Colonel C. Spenco- Colby. and the nomination Sir Walter Gilbev President elect was to-day heartily approved. Lord Middleton one of

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Sheffield Independent

Sheffield Independent Yorkshire, England

7 Oct 1929

in 1881 Lady Florence Katherine Bridgeman, daughter of the third Earl Bradford. Harewood House, the magm Parliaments, was created Lord The earldom dates from 1812, and the late peer was the fifth earl. llarowood House, eight miles north of Leeds, is the

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

22 Aug 1927

them the sun of their native land. * * * Lord Harewood 81. The Earl of Harewood spent his eighty-first birthday very quietly with the Countess of Harewqod and his brother, the Hon. Frederick Lascelles at Harewood House yesterday. He attended midday communion

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

6 Jan 1923

LEEDS CHARITY BALL. Brilliant Scene at Town Hall. CARNIVAL. (By Our Lady Representative.) rho Leeds Charity Ball, always one of the most delightful social events of the year, took place at the Leeds Town Hall last night. Organised in support of the Leeds

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

4 May 1925

FAVOURITE AT HAREWOOD The Earl and Countess of Harewood returned to London—where they are in residence for the season —this week-end, after a few days’ stay at Harewood House, in order that Lady Harewood might fulfil some engagements, principally in

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Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

20 Nov 1924

Mayor and Lady Mayoress other guests being the Countess of Harewood, Miss Yorke, the Deputy Lord Mayor and Lady Mayoress (Mr. and Mrs. John Lambert), Alderman and Mrs. Uatclitfe. Mr. and Mrs. Arnott, Mr. and Mrs. Jl. Gibson, the Chief Constable ( View article

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Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

10 Jan 1930

life-saving certificate to Mr. G. Bowden yesterday. The Lady Mayoress and the Deputy Lord Mayor (Mr. C. V. Walker) are on the left. < ? %11 ; .' : ' id'•■£< *' LORD HAREWOOD AT NEW HARROGATE ART GALLERY.—The Ear! of Harewood speaking at the new Art Gallery

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Hull Daily Mail

Hull Daily Mail Yorkshire, England

17 Mar 1932

Fenner, Coun. F. K. Fryer. Mr V. Galloway (Art Gailerv Curator), N. Gebbie (Medical Officer of Health), Aid. Sir W. Alfied Gelder, Lady Gelder, Mr and Mrs A. Goldslone. Mr If. Hamcr (City Engineer), Mrs H. Hamer, Mr J. S. Harper, Mr' D. Harvey (City Architect)

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

26 Sep 1925

following rates; Mb -w- —« One Three Six A J E T I LEEDS RAND THEATRE, LEEDS. Insertion, insertions. Insertions. - 2 lines 1 2 3 TO-DAY 3 lineg 1 9 4 9 9 0 111 NORMA TALMADGE, in “The Lady” Monday Next. Sept. 28th. lor Six Nights, at 7.30

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Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

10 Dec 1929

Riding Assizes—Leeds Town Hall, 10.30. Leeds and District Owners', and Ratepayers' Association Annual Dinner —Queen's Hotel, 7. Central Leeds Women's Conservative Association Debate Conservative Club, South l'ai-ade, 7.45. Leeds and Club—Mr. George Nelson

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