Crown Point Printing Works. Alf Cooke (1842-1902) began printing in 1886. He developed great skills in colour lithography producing art reproductions and portraits of the famous. In 1885 he was awarded a Royal Warrant. Following a fire, these works were entirely rebuilt in 1885 as "the largest, healthiest printing works in the world." Architect: Thomas Ambler.

Photo of Crown Point Printing Works, Alf Cooke, and Thomas Ambler blue plaque
'(p_khoo) on Flickr
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Leeds City College Hunslet Road, LS10 1JY., Leeds
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by Leeds Civic Trust on 25 June 2014

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See also...
Photo of Weetwood Hall, Leeds, Daniel Foxcroft, and Alf Cooke blue plaque
sgwarnog2010 on Flickr
Photo of Thomas Johnson, Thomas Ambler, Joseph Priestley, and Library, Leeds blue plaque
Peter Hughes on Flickr
Photo of John Barran and Thomas Ambler blue plaque
Mtaylor848 on Wikimedia Commons