Leeds Police Institute

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buffaloskinner
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Re: Leeds Police Institute

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To compliment Uncle Mick's post here are four articles from the Leeds Mercury, they refer to the premises on Hanover Street

December 11, 1896
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Re: Leeds Police Institute

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Leeds Mercury

December 19, 1896
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Leeds Mercury

February 3, 1899
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Leeds Mercury

February 4, 1899
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Re: Leeds Police Institute

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Hi everyone,

Very many thanks to everyone who responded to my query regarding the Leeds Police Institute. Yes, my postcard appears to be identical to the one uncle mick posted and which others have identified as the Oxford Chambers building in Hanover Street. Brilliant! This is what I love about forums like this.

Once again thank you to everyone for their contributions. Take care.

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