Correspondence with Ken W. Hamlin; J. Kenneth Major; Archie S. Palmer; H.E.S. Simmons; Lawrence Stevens; Rex Wailes; Gerrard Young and other individuals. Indexed by Ken Kirsopp during stage 2 of Frank Gregory Online.
Substantial photographic, technical, and newspaper information on windmills in Derbyshire, Leicestershire and Nottinghamshire. The material appears have been collated by P J H Baker and then passed to Rex Wailes. Photographs were taken by several people, including Rex Wailes, Sid Simmons, and Richard Neville.
Includes introduction not present in first draft. This is a complete version of the partial text given as Appendix I in the 2007 printed volume. Part three (Thames tributaries south of the Chilterns) is loose in the front of the ring binder along with correspondence from H E S Simmons, R S Rothwell, Buckinghamshire County Museum (1967, re. deposit of manuscript) and Lorna Cassidy, as well as notes and sketches.
Freese, Stanley (1902-1972), town planner and artist
Collated and bound file of typed research notes organised by individual mill. Entitled "Duplicate typescript matter". Probably useful tto supplement what's filed elsewhere in a more stringent manner. by parish name.
The notebook contains handwritten lists of H E S Simmons postcards, photos from the Ratcliffe collection and drawings by Karl S Wood. These are presumably lists of the material collected by T J Mason. The handwritten list of Simmons cards contains gaps, but a complete typescript list of the watermill cards, perhaps by Simmons himself, has been pasted over the handwritten list. T J Mason's collection passed to Martin Mason, and was then sold; letter 46 in FWGC/1106833 from Stephen Buckland to Frank Gregory describes the sale of the Martin Mason collection, referring to a large amount of Simmons postcards, presumably those listed in this book. Frank Gregory's collection when catalogued at the Mills Archive was found to contain many Simmons postcards, now in the Simmons Collection (HESS). It also contained the Karl Wood drawings listed in this book, now catalogued as the Karl Wood Collection (WOOD); notes in T J Mason's hand were found with them.