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Fulwell Mill

Cutting from 'Sunderland Echo' describing the recent restoration of Fulwell Mill in Durham, and the conversion of Ryhope Mill in Grangetown into a headquarters for the Boy Scouts.

"Old windmill to come down"

Cutting from 'Evening Chronicle' describing the planned demolition of a mill in Gateshead due to safety issues. The article mentions the previous owners and millers as the Snowden brothers, one of whom was killed when he was oiling the sails.

"Every picture a story, but this one just isn't true!"

Cutting from 'Northern Daily Mail' of an article by Robert Wood disputing the details of the locations of Newburn Mill and Knowles Mill in Hartlepool according to a lithograph by Ellen Pearson. The cutting also contains an auction advertisement from 1835 for a wind and steam mill by Messrs. Sotheron and Son.

"The jolly miller"

Cutting from 'Cumberland News' describing the funeral of a miller as told by George Neasham in "North County Sketches" in 1893.

"An old mill"

Cutting from 'Sunderland Echo' describing the conversion of an old flour mill at New Seaham into a private residence. The article mentions the mill was formerly owned by the Brough family, and that the building now stands in a Clearance area.

"Children damage Wear showpiece windmill"

Cutting from 'Evening Chronicle' describing the damage done to a windmill in Sunderland by children at the end of Mrs. Edith Helm's garden. The article mentions that the mill was once owned by Mr. Bill Moody and that it was currently under the protection of the Sunderland Trust.

"Back to the grind for rescued mill"

Cutting from 'The Journal' of an article by Tony Henderson describing the restoration of Path Head Mill at Blaydon by Trevor Underwood. The article also mentions that Mr. Underwood was preparing to open the mill to the public, and includes details of the restoration effort.

Fulwell tower mill

Pen and ink drawing, M1055 Fulwell tower mill, 1.5 miles N Sunderland. This mill threw a man 60 yards and killed him.

Wood, Karl Salsbury (1888-1958), artist

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