- Early 20th century (Creation)
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39 small boxes
After Hallam Ashley's death, the majority of his photographs were given to the National Monuments Record (now the English Heritage Archive). His daughters retained only a small amount of material, of which the mill photographs were donated to the SPAB Mills Section by his daughter in 1998.
In February 2004 the archival material in the possession of the Mills Section was transferred to The Mills Archive. His daughter was contacted at the time and assigned the copyright to The Mills Archive.
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Scope and content
Photographs and negatives, some mounted on glass, depicting windmills and watermills. These are mainly in East Anglia. Interior and exterior views are shown.
Parts of the collection have been given individual catalogue entries. The remainder is listed in the attached PDF.
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This collection may be consulted free of charge at the Mills Archive; please email firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange an appointment.
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Collection level description revised by Luke Bonwick and Nathanael Hodge, 2012.
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