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  • For Years: 1913 - 1917

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Leeds Mercury Type: Illustrated
Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

13 Jul 1915

for wounded soldiers. The special needs of the ■week for East Leeds Military Hospital, Beckett-street, are bed tables. wheel-chairs, deck-chairs, cratches, sunshades, dressing sneers, dressing gowns, big cushions with washable covers, red neckkerchiefs

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

30 Mar 1916

WELL-KNOWN PEOPLE AT THE OPENING OF BECKETT'S PARK HOSPITAL EXTENSIO ■ ■'* Although much natural disappointment was felt in Leeds, yesterday, at the non-appearance of General Viscount French, the ceremony that his presence was to have graced still carried

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

1 Apr 1916

RELATED LEEDS LORD MAYOR. The Lord Mayor Leeds (Mr. Charles Lupton) received the following letters yesterday morning, which explain the reasons why Viscount French and Lord Faber were unable to participate in the opening of the new hospital extension

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Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

26 Dec 1917

BECKETT'S PARK HOSPITAL In the 2nd Northern General Hospital Beckett's P-vrk, Leeds, the authentic teal of Christmas was so: upon the numerous wards, and amply marked in the diet allowed the soldiers, and their cheerful demeanour throughout the clay.

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

22 Jan 1917

EAST LEEDS WAR HOSPITAL, Amongst the donations snbscribed to by the workpeople of various Leeds firms the East Leeds (Beckett-atreet) War Hospital are the following:— Tainton and Company (Blouse Department) 18s.. D. Little and Company <£s 135., Hepton

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Yorkshire Evening Post

Yorkshire Evening Post Yorkshire, England

20 Dec 1916

EXTENSION AT BECKETT'S PARK MILITARY HOSPITAL. FURTHER SCIIEME. CONTEMPLATED. contemplated further extension the 2nd Northern General Hospital ken's Park was mentioned this afternoon's of the Leeds Education Committee. The Chairman (Alderman W. 11. Clarke)

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Yorkshire Evening Post

Yorkshire Evening Post Yorkshire, England

10 Oct 1917

HER AMBASSADOR IN LEEDS. OPENING or NEW EXTENSION AT BECKETT'S PARK, The latest extension of 2nd General Hospital Beckett's Park, a good deal has been heard lately, was opened this afternoon the American Aml>a*Mr, Dr. Walter Page. This is Dr. Page's

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Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

28 Oct 1916

Lord French, his part, displayed the keenest interest all that he saw, and. on liis visit to the Leeds War Hospital iu the forenoon and Beckett's Park Hospital in the afternoon, many cheery word the wounded men. Public interest centred largely his Lordrliip'k

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

3 Dec 1915

FOR THE LEEDS HOSPITAL, The appeal the Lord Mayor Leeds (Mr. Charles for funds for making possible the extension the Military Hpepital, Beckett’s Park, is meeting with a generous response. Thirty-five donations received yesterday raised the total to £21

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

9 Dec 1915

FOR LEEDS HOSPITAL. Half a dozen further donations to the (and for the extension of the Second Northern General Hospital, Beckett’s Park, were received yesterday the Lord Mayor of Leeds (Mr. Chas. Lupton). Thev include j£l9l from insurance men, per the

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

12 Oct 1916

halls, is situated within a short distance the East Leeds War Hospital in Beckett-street. The children attending the school have been transferred to the Cowper-street Council School, and they will go to school half-days only.

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Yorkshire Evening Post

Yorkshire Evening Post Yorkshire, England

12 Aug 1916

portion the Leeds Workhouse in Beckett Street into emergency branch the East Leeds War Hospital. The hospital itself a couverted portion of the Poor Law buildings, three blocks and other smaller premises having been handed over to the Army Council many

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Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

30 Mar 1916

SNOWED CP. LEEDS ABANDONED ~, military HOSPITAL EXTENSION. eat disappointment in Lewis yesterday ictc turn o: events which Lord •vented from fulfilling his programme the city. was known up in the Midlands on Tue-iday, was hoped that would able I Leeds time

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Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

6 Oct 1914

MOTOR AMBULANCES FOB LEEDS MILITARY HOSPITAL. The staff of the tnd Northern General Hospital Beckett’s Perk, Leeds, yesterday became poascaeed their, second motor ambulance. is the gift of Hn. Currer Briggs, and is * completely equipped end most useful

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

12 Oct 1916

situated within short distance of the East Leeds War Hospital in Beckett-street. The children attending the school have been transferred to the Cowper-street Council School, and they will school on half-days only.

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

16 Nov 1916

NURSED IN LEEDS HOSPITAL DECORATED ' • •••• ■• V : .■ - v - vj; V ■. . —'' Sergeant T. Mottershead, who has been awarded the D.C.M. for conspicuous gallantry when on a bombing raid. Some months ago was an inmate of the East Leeds Military Hospital, in Be

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Yorkshire Evening Post

Yorkshire Evening Post Yorkshire, England

18 Aug 1917

VISIT LEEDS. NEW SPECIAL DEPARTMENTS AT BECKETT'S PARK. happy arrangement, it announced, tho American Ambusador Loudon, Hon. Walter Hines Page, will Leeds early October to open tfco new extension of the 2nd Northern General Hospital ftt Beckett's Park

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Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

2 Jun 1915

to the Organising Secretary each hospital, J. B. Kiteon, East War Hospital, Beckett Street; Miss A. M. Lupton, 2nd Northern General Hospital, Beckett’s Park; and they will acknowledged once. As the East Leeds War Hospital newly formed, the following things

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

25 Mar 1916

and make the next call the Killiugbeck Hospital. The time of arrival here is 11.50, ?? they depart for the East Leeds ALuitary Hospital in Beckett-street, going via Harohills-lane and Compton-road. The hospital will be reached at 12.10, and after staying

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