Aireborough Historical Society

Temperance Hall, Yeadon



Title
Temperance Hall Cinema Ticket
Date Undated
Location Yeadon
Photo ID
F135
Comment
The upper part of the image is a ticket holder with space for a name and address, it contained a complimentary ticket which would have been awarded to a shop-keeper for example in exchange for displaying advertising posters for the cinema. it is marked "Yeadon Temperance Hall Electric Picture Palace"
The ticket states:
"This Ticket Will Admit One Person Into the Body of the Hall Free. If the bearer wishes to go into the Gallery they can do so on payment of 2d. Available on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday in each week and must be exchanged for a pass at the Ticket Office on entering the Hall.
Memorandum
It is a condition for this Ticket that each week's Bills are shown in a prominent position or the Ticket may be cancelled.
E915

1932: An invitation to a meeting and concert organised by the National Union of Textile Workers.

F940 to F945

1991: Temperance Hall Memories, Yeadon.

This account of the Temperance Hall was written by Mable Harrison and published in "An Aireborough Selection" published by Martin Rigg.

To see more pages of these memories or to arrange a visit to our archive room to view the original, please contact our archive team who can be reached at: airebroarchiveroom@gmail.com

 

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