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Freese, Stanley (1902-1972), town planner and artist United Kingdom Smock mills
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Gamblingay , Cambs. Bk.31, No.32

Small sketch. Has note that, at Yelling, the mill had gone but the post of the paddock gate probably came from the upright post.

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

Winfarthing, Norfolk

Sketch from a postcard that the miller had given to H.E.S. Simmons. A cryptic note may be to indicate the mill was "non-extant" by then.

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

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

Stanton Smock Mill, Suffolk

Sketch looking along the road when it was working: unlike the "dilapidated post mill".

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

Great Thurlow, Suffolk

Sketch when the sails etc had all gone.

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

Kingston Downs six-sailer, Lewes, Sussex. Bk 14, no 9.

"Exact copy of a postcard by Delittle, Fenwick and Co for Shurey's Publications." The mill was "the only one of its kind in England" [being a post mill] but fell in 1916. The postcard was lent to Stanley by Mr J.C.Stevenson of Toft Mill, Friskney, Lincs.

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

"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.

"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 ?

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