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Wood, Karl Salsbury (1888-1958), artist
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North West Mills research documents

CD (and backup copy) of research documents relating to windmills, watermills, iron sites and kiln tiles in North West England. Includes information relating to E. Mitford Abraham; Karl Wood; millers in the Fylde; Milling patents and turbines.

Bleasdale, William J, known as Bill

"Painter of windmills"

Cutting from 'Leeds Mercury' describing Me. K. S. Wood's efforts to record a photograph of Bocking Mill after hearing the news that it might collapse. The article also mentions Mr. Wood's other artistic exploits to do with mills.

Karl Wood

Cutting from 'Home Chat' of a photograph of Karl Wood. The caption mentions his quest to paint every windmill in Britain.

"Former windmill that inspired Karl Wood"

Cutting from 'Yorkshire Post' describing the inspiration provided to windmill artist Karl Wood by an old windmill in Appleton Roebuck. The article gives a brief history of the mill, as well as some background information on Wood and his ...

"Gainsborough artist's task"

Cutting from 'Lincolnshire Chronicle' describing Mr. Karl Wood's efforts to paint several hundreds of historical buildings all over the country. The article mentions his special interest in windmills, and that when completed, his co...

"Windmill sites"

Cutting from 'Gainsborough News' describing an exhibition of some of Mr. Karl Wood's work of over a thousand paintings of windmills from all over the country, held in the showroom of Messrs. C. and S. Vickers.

"Oldest mill in England"

Cutting from 'Boston Guardian' describing Mr. Karl Wood's work of painting over a thousand paintings of windmills all over the country. The article also gives some background on Mr. Wood's interest in mills.

"Pictures of windmills"

Cutting from 'Lincolnshire Chronicle' describing a collection of pictures of windmills in Lincolnshire collected by Mr. W. Hallgarth. The article provides details about the photos, and also mentions a collection of Karl Wood paintings st...

Notebook listing Simmons postcards and Wood pictures

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...

Mason, Thomas James (1881-1961)

"Artist's 700-mile quest"

Snippet in the 'Yorkshire Post' about Karl Wood's final project to travel 700 miles to the Shetland Is to paint the remains of the windmill on the deserted island of South Havra.

"He is painting all our windmills"

Note in the 'Nottingham Evening Echo' recording that Mr K. S. Wood, the art Master at Gainsborough Grammar School, now has just 93 sites to visit before he achieves his target of painting all the surviving windmills (or their remains) i...

"Windmills and teeth"

Piece in the Boston 'Lincolnshire Standard' quoting Karl Wood's recent interviews when he suggested that, were children to be fed on bread made with stone-ground flour, they would suffer from far less tooth decay.

"Windmills may come back, claims Karl Wood"

Cutting from the 'Lincolnshire Chronicle & Leader' quoting Karl Wood's opinion that, if the War carries on for any length of time and some of our big flour mills get destroyed, windmill owners will be considering reopening their...

Mr Wood completes his task"

Note in the 'Lincilnshire Chronicle & Leader' saying that Mr Karl Wood, the Art Master at Gainsborough Grammar School, has just completed his self-imposed task of painting all the 198 surviving windmills - or their remains - in Linco...

"About windmills"

Piece in the 'Sheffield Telegraph' about Mr Karl Wood, whose project for this coming summer is to cycle around Scotland and do paintings of its 17 windmills.

"Windmill Man"

Note in 'Tit Bits' about Karl Wood of Gainsborough Grammar School and his hobby of doing paintings of all the windmills still standing in England.

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