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Leeds City Museum: Inside Leeds City Museum when it was located on Park Row in Leeds.

Leeds City Museum

Inside Leeds City Museum when it was located on Park Row in Leeds.
Regent Street Bridge: Artists impression - subject to change

Regent Street Bridge

Artists impression - subject to change
Visual of how Regent Street is set to look: Artists impression of how Regent Street might look - subject to change.

Visual of how Regent Street is set to look

Artists impression of how Regent Street might look - subject to change.
Marianne Nicholson’s pen set: This pen set belonged to Marianne Nicholson. She would have used it to write all her letters to Florence Nightingale when she was young. It contains a pen with nibs, ink, a pen wipe, a seal engraved with MN and a stick for rubbing paper ready for a wax seal.

Marianne Nicholson’s pen set

This pen set belonged to Marianne Nicholson. She would have used it to write all her letters to Florence Nightingale when she was young. It contains a pen with nibs, ink, a pen wipe, a seal engraved with MN and a stick for rubbing paper ready for a wax seal.
Marianne Nicholson's pen set: This pen set belonged to Marianne Nicholson. She would have used it to write all her letters to Florence Nightingale when she was young. It contains a pen with nibs, ink, a pen wipe, a seal engraved with MN and a stick for rubbing paper ready for a wax seal.

Marianne Nicholson's pen set

This pen set belonged to Marianne Nicholson. She would have used it to write all her letters to Florence Nightingale when she was young. It contains a pen with nibs, ink, a pen wipe, a seal engraved with MN and a stick for rubbing paper ready for a wax seal.
Marianne's dolls: When Florence and Marianne were children they often played with dolls. This assortment of little porcelain dolls belonged to Marianne Nicholson. She used to carry them around in a homemade purse in her pocket. The cousins could play with them anywhere.

Marianne's dolls

When Florence and Marianne were children they often played with dolls. This assortment of little porcelain dolls belonged to Marianne Nicholson. She used to carry them around in a homemade purse in her pocket. The cousins could play with them anywhere.