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Freese, Stanley (1902-1972), town planner and artist Post mills
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Woburn Sands Postmill

Well-finished pencil sketch of mill showing tailpole, rear door and porch, but not dated.

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

Westleton Mill interior, Suffolk.

Drawing made {presumably} after the visit at Easter, 1932, when all the sketches were done.

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

"Suffolk Windmills"

Letter to the Editor of the'East Anglian Daily Times' from Stanley Freese approving the decision of East Suffolk CC to preserve Saxtead Green post mill, which he considered one of the most pleasantly situated mills in England. And if Wortham Mill cannot be saved too, might West Suffolk CC be pursuaded to preserve Drinkstone Mill ?

"Repair Work"

Letter to the Editor of 'Cycling' Magazine from Stanley Freese, asking if "R.W." (= Rex Wailes) can idenetify an alleged law preventing later buildings from being erected around windmills: he thinks this only applies in the case of the water rights for water mills.

"Suffolk Windmills"

Cutting [ presumably from the 'East Anglian Daily Press' as it was stuck to the same Durrant's slip as our CUTT-02757 ] with a letter from Stanley Freese on the subject of preserving examples of Suffolk's rich windmill heritage.

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