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Freese, Stanley (1902-1972), town planner and artist
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Windmill, Bidston Hill

This image is undated; however it cannot be later than 1933 as this copy of the postcard bears a postmark of that date.

Message on reverse from Stanley Freese to H E S Simmons reads "Dear Mr Simmons, I started a little trip to the north on Tuesday, and am now at Carlisle. Went over v interesting mill (motor-driven now) at Upton Pk Chester, and sketched several in the Wirral and north of Liverpool. Have found a derelict mill near here. Didn't know there were any in Cumberland. Weather fine, except Tuesday and Thursday. Yrs Sincerley, Stanley Freese."

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Programme of SPAB Windmill Meeting

Typescript letter announcing programme of SPAB Windmill Meeting, 24 March 1973, including lecture in memory of Stanley Freese by James Venn.

Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings Mills Section

Miscellaneous leaflets and ephemera

Includes 'In praise of windmills', 1935 appeal to the public to join the Windmill Section; 'Guidelines to safety in wind and watermills'; guidelines on repair; appeals for mill repair; note 'in appreciation of Stanley Harman Freese'; notes on 'molinological records'; 'Education resource pack for millers'; 'Record your local mill'; list of Sussex windmills in 1976; silver tokens; publicity leaflets; poster for film 'Turn to the wind'; 50th anniversary calendar; map of mills open to view; poster for National Mills Weekend 2001; biographies of nominees to the committee 2002.

Cowlinge smock mill, Suffolk, in decay.

Sketch made on 15 April, 1933, when he noted:"Hadn't worked for some yrs. V. cramped inside. Store top floor. Stones middle and sacks bottom. No room to move. Nearly all wood. Falling into decay."

Freese, Stanley (1902-1972), town planner and artist

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