A film made by Kathleen's father featuring the wedding of Kathleen Cole and the christening of her baby.
This film features Kathleen Cole as a small child as well as a family christening. The film was made by Kathleen's father.
A film featuring Kathleen Cole and her family during two time periods: roughly 1945 and 1948. The film includes a wedding and being on holiday and was made by Kathleen's father.
A film featuring Kathleen Cole and her family, especially Louise her daughter, made by Kathleen's father. It includes a family holiday in Morecombe.
A film of a wedding made by Albert Cole.
This film mainly features a young man walking in the countryside and includes a wedding at the end of the film. Filmed by Albert Cole.
This is a film by Charles Chislett of his family at home and on visits to countryside and seaside. It features daughter Rachel, son John, and two young friends (seen in Dale Days). They visit Ingleton waterfalls and Castlerigg stone circle.
This is a series of films made by Albert Thornton, the father of Kathleen Cole, featuring Kathy as a baby, a wedding, a christening, two birthdays, a holiday in Scarborough and at home in the garden.
This is a promotional film made for Coghlan Bright Steel Company of Hunslet Forge, Leeds. The film shows short takes of each process. These takes are broken up by black blank footage.
This film deals with the issue of race relations and the immigrant community in Huddersfield, specifically in terms of education. It was filmed shortly after the famous "Rivers of Blood" speech given by Enoch Powell which addressed the rise in immigration during this time period.
This film is from the John Murray collection and contains unedited footage that was taken at a clothes shop in Dewsbury. The shop also had a work room where clothes were made and the film contains interview with the designer, Alison Cawkwell (11 the Drive, Manston Park, Carlinghow Lane, Batley) and the shop's financial backer is also interviewed. The clothes were sold in Leeds and London.
This film was made as a promotional film for Leeds University and highlights the wide range of subject areas potential students can choose to study, the facilities the university provides, and aspects of student's social life including student halls and the University Union. The film also includes interviews with many of the University's current students.
Made by the University of Leeds, this is a promotional film that explores both campus and the city, specifically to aid sixth formers make a decision about university.
This is a humorous, animated film about a mean-spirited industrial tycoon who sells his soul to the Devil in exchange for his lost youth. It is a version of the Faust legend set in Batley, Yorkshire. The film was made by Tony Hall and others at Leeds University and was also based on a story by William Beaumont, a local writer now deceased.
This is a film made by Charles Chislett on behalf of the C.P.A.S. documenting the charitable work of St George's Church Crypt in Leeds. It shows the work of providing food and shelter for the homeless and gifts for poor children at Christmas.
This is from the Ray Illingworth Collection of family holiday films. This shows the family at home and film of a Yorkshire County cricket match at Scarborough, with Fred Trueman and Brian Close.
This film captures the village of Marsden, near Huddersfield, after heavy snow. There are also some shots of various family members.
This film is a compilation of family trips, activities, and local scenes in Scarborough and the Ripon area as well as scenes of a flooded Bentley.
This film captures the events on a steam ship trip taken by a group of people. The shots include the activities on board the ship and the places that they visit in Norway as well as some footage from a family trip to the seaside.
This is a film showing a performance of The Tom Thumb Club, a children’s club sponsored by the Yorkshire Evening News, and also of someone on their travels: to the Isle of Mann (with film of the Manx novelist Sir Hall Caine), the Middle East and London.
This film shows the workings of Holme Valley Memorial Hospital including the different wards, surgical operating theatre, and the opening ceremonies which took place for the new building in 1935.
Part of the Pashley Collection, this film is a record of Bonfire Night preparations and celebrations at Kellet Road in Leeds, 1963. All the neighbours from the street have come out to join in the celebrations.
Part of the Pashley Collection, this film is a record of motorcycle races at Wortley in Leeds. The film also features footage of Robert Thompson's shop in Kilburn, North Yorkshire.
Leeds Bradford International Airport is located at Yeadon, West Yorkshire. It was opened in October, 1931 as Yeadon Aerodrome, and the airport is the largest airport within Yorkshire. The following film features the airport and the traffic which comes in and out of Yeadon (Leeds Bradford) airport on an average summer day.
Part of the Pashley Collection, this film is a wide-ranging film showing Yorkshire during the winter, including speeded up journeys along icy roads and footage of scenic snow-covered landscapes.