Collection WPAC - Watlington Postcard and Art Collection

Mills in Art Iced Wheel, Heworth Mill, Newton Aycliffe Woman using pestle and mortar Barry race in the Congo baking Woman with baby grinding corn Grinding corn Child grinding corn, Johannesburg Basuto women stamping and grinding mealies Grinding corn Woman mill grinding Zulu women grinding corn Hawaiians pounding poi in Honolulu Pounding to create palm oil Grinding wheat for evening Khana Peasants grinding corn in Jerusalem Women crushing mealies Arabs grinding corn, Basrah, Mesopotamia Filippino girls grinding and sifting corn A Zulu woman grinding corn and nursing a baby Women at the mill
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Reference code

WPAC

Title

Watlington Postcard and Art Collection

Date(s)

  • 1880 to present (Creation)

Level of description

Collection

Extent and medium

32 albums

Name of creator

Administrative history

Repository

Archival history

Many of the collections donated to the Mills Archive contain postcards. To avoid keeping many duplicates of the same postcard, these are removed from the collections in which they were donated and have been put together in this collection and the duplicates removed.

Immediate source of acquisition or transfer

Scope and content

Postcards with images of traditional mills in the UK and the rest of the World.

Appraisal, destruction and scheduling

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Conditions governing access

This collection may be consulted free of charge at the Mills Archive; please email visitors@millsarchive.org to arrange an appointment.

Conditions governing reproduction

Language of material

  • English

Script of material

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Dates of creation revision deletion

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Archivist's note

Collection level description revised by Nathanael Hodge, June 2012.

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