|Admin History||Percival M. Leeds was a student at University College Nottingham from 1931-1935 where he studied for a B.A. in Maths and a teaching certificate. He resided at Mapperley Hall and played cricket for UCN as a wicket keeper and was captain in his last year. He also formed a small music band which played at college dances.|
Mapperley Hall on Lucknow Avenue in Mapperley Park, Nottingham, was built by Ichabod Wright in 1792 and was used by University College Nottingham from around 1900.
|Custodial History||The photographs were gifted by a relative of Percival Leeds.|
|Content Description||NUP/38/1-3: Three photographs of students in academic gowns outside of the Trent Building.|
NUP/38/4-6: Three group photographs, probably taken outside Mapperley Hall, which include H.A.S. Wortley.
NUP/38/7: Photograph of a musical band outside of Mapperley Hall. Includes saxaphone players, a drummer and a trumpet player.
NUP/38/8: Group of four male students.
NUP/38/9-13: require detailed descriptions.
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