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Thoresby Society Members Evening - Part 2

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Thoresby Society Member's Evening, Part 2 - Monday January 31st at 6pm

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1. The Leeds firm Burmantofts, 1880-1914, presented by Hans van Lemmen

2. Family life in a ledger 1860-1877: The records of a regular visitor to Leeds -Frederick W. Sheppard, Schoolmaster & Parish Clerk of Bardsey, presented by Margaret Mosley

3. Brutal exhibition' or 'Noble Art of Self Defence'? - a short history of prize fighting in Leeds 1820-1860, presented by Derek Martin

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You will receive the Zoom link in the 3 reminder emails you will receive 2 days, 2 hours and 10 minutes before the start time.

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The Thoresby Society is the historical society for Leeds and its surrounding area and is open to everyone interested in the city’s rich past and its development over the centuries. It has a long-established library and archive collection, including historical records, maps, newspapers, and images, provides a varied programme of monthly talks and summer excursions, and publishes original research on aspects of Leeds history in its highly regarded annual publication (free to members). Our lectures are now held live in our new home at the Leeds Library on Commercial Street, Leeds and on Zoom.

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